RV Camping in West Virginia

“Wild and Wonderful” West Virginia, as it is called, is home to America’s newest national park, New River Gorge. Formerly just a national river, this area is now receiving the highest protections available for parks and preserves. A new national park sounds like a great excuse to take the RV out for the weekend (do we really need an excuse though?). We’ve compiled a list of all of the Harvest Hosts locations found in West Virginia at the time this article was written. Buckle up, grab your Harvest Hosts membership and your America the Beautiful Pass, and let’s see what West Virginia has to offer.

Princeton Railroad Museum – Princeton, WV

Located about forty-five minutes from New River Gorge National Park, this is the closest Harvest Hosts location to the new park. This museum features trains, artifacts, artwork, books, and photographs of the Virginian Railway and other trains. The best way to patron this Host is by making a purchase in their on-site gift shop or making a donation to the nonprofit organization. This Harvest Hosts location offers two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size. 

Appalachian Distillery – Ripley, WV

Moonshine and West Virginia go together like Harvest Hosts and RVing. This distillery uses traditional techniques to produce authentic whiskey and bourbon. They also produce and sell eleven flavors of moonshine. They offer five reservable spaces for RVs of any size. 

Riverside Golf Club – Mason, WV

In order to take advantage of this Harvest Hosts location, members must purchase the upgraded golf plan. This gorgeous course sits along the Ohio River. For convenience, tee times may be booked online. They also have an on-site grill that serves lunch and snacks. This Harvest Hosts location offers four reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size. 

True North Farm & Events – Lesage, WV

This facility operates as both a farm and a venue for weddings and other events. When they aren’t hosting events, they are rescuing horses. These rehabilitated horses also help rehabilitate people recovering from substance abuse or managing their PTSD. The best way to patron this Harvest Hosts location is by making a donation to their organization. They offer one reservable, pet-friendly space for an RV under twenty-nine feet in length.

Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum – Wheeling, WV

Take a trip down memory lane by viewing the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum’s displays and collections. They have tens of thousands of items on display, ranging from games to miniatures, dolls, train sets, and more. This may be a Harvest Hosts location you’ll want to visit more than once, as they regularly rotate out displays so that there’s always something new and exciting to see. They also have an on-site gift shop and offer two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs of any size.

Lamberts Vintage Wines – Weston, WV

Established in 1992, this winery will surprise you with their twenty-four available wines and selection of produce. They offer tours of the facility, and on Wednesday nights in the summer, they offer wood-fired pizza. This Harvest Hosts location has five reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length. 

Riffle Farms – Terra Alta, WV

Riffle Farms is one of our newest Hosts that will be officially welcoming Members in April 2021. They raise grass-fed bison and sell tons of bison products on-site. The owners are more than happy to provide visitors with as much bison knowledge as possible. This Harvest Hosts location has two reservable spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length. 

Swilled Dog Hard Cider – Tract, WV

This family-owned business began in 2015 when some small batches of hard cider were produced. Everyone quickly realized they were on to something good and expanded into a full-fledged business. They currently produce hard ciders, small-batch whiskey, and ready-to-drink canned cocktails all with the help of their mascot, Lucy Pickles. This Harvest Hosts location offers five reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length.

Powder Keg Farms – High View, WV

The owners at Powder Keg Farms strive to use heritage-based farming techniques. They produce vegetables, fruits, poultry, eggs, and more. They even supply food to local restaurants and schools. This Harvest Hosts location offers three reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under forty-four feet in length.

Valkyrie Springs Farm and Forage LLC – Capon Bridge, WV

Lyz and their husband own this beautiful slice of heaven and have welcomed Harvest Hosts Members. Lyz is an herbalist and uses their knowledge to plant, harvest, and combine plants to suit a variety of needs. Whether it be aches and pains for a person, a doggie herbal tea, or anything in between, Lyz is probably familiar with a remedy. The best way to patron this Harvest Hosts location is by purchasing some of Lyz’s products, a gift certificate, fresh eggs, or by making a donation (all of which can be found in their online store). This Harvest Hosts location has two reservable, pet-friendly spaces for RVs under thirty-five feet in length. 

West Virginia certainly is “Wild and Wonderful” and is perfect for an RV trip almost any time of year. Even if you’re just passing through the state, be sure to stop and take in the beauty! 

Have you visited the newest national park yet? Which Harvest Hosts sounds like it could be your new favorite? Tell us about it below!

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