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There are several campgrounds and RV parks in the Huntington area, mostly spread around the outskirts of town. The nearby city of Milton has several campsites, and there are even more in Beech Fork State Park, just to Huntington’s south.


One of the most popular weekend trips for Huntington area RV and camping enthusiasts is to hitch up and head two hours east to Summersville Lake. The nearby Gauley River National Recreation Area has some of the best white water rafting available in this part of the country.


If you’re looking to explore nature closer to Huntington, check out Barboursville Park, Ritter Park, or Vesuvius Recreation area, just north of Ashland. For something fun and cultural downtown and indoors, try the Museum of Radio and Technology or Huntington Museum of Art. Nearby Camden Park is a small amusement and mini-golf park,, with rides and games.


Just south of Huntington in the Appalachian foothills where Kentucky meets Virginia and West Virginia, along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy river and Route 49, you’ll find a bastion of outdoor sports and history combined into one wild corner of our country. This is where the famous family feud between the Hatfield and McCoy families took place. You’re welcome to explore the small towns and designated areas that provide background into the legendary, generations-long fracas. Meanwhile, the Hatfield and McCoy Trails run throughout the region, and their stewards invite folks to bring their ATVs and dirt bikes out and off-road to their heart’s content. Not a bad combo: motorsports and historical feuds.