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Charleston RV parks and campgrounds are spread around the outskirts of town, with a few campsites close to the city center. Many parks are clustered around the area’s natural and historic attractions in nearby communities like Fayetteville, Milton, and around Summersville Lake. Closer to town, there’s camping near Julian, at Kanawha State Forest, and there’s more extending west of the city along I-64 and the Kanawha River.


Most of the national and state parks in West Virginia are within a day’s drive of Charleston, and the region is loaded with historical import. The Hatfields and McCoy Trails region is popular with folks who like a bit of history with their outdoors. Explore the nation’s bloodiest and longest-running family feud in the state’s rural backwoods. Summersville Lake and Sutton Lake camping are popular in the summertime, and both offer boating, fishing, and hike and bike trails.


In Charleston, check out the West Virginia State Capitol Complex, or the Craik-Patton House for a healthy dose of regional history and culture. If that doesn’t cure what ails ya’, head on over to the West Virginia State Museum for an entire retrospective of these parts from prehistory to the modern day. Downtown’s Capitol Street has large trees that provide plenty of shade for quaint storefronts and restaurants, and frequently features civic events in this area.