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Barboursville, WV

A great fishing lake, a sparkling pool, games for the whole family and a deluxe campground provide visitors to Beech Fork State Park a first-rate recreation experience in southwestern West Virginia. With the introduction of the online reservation system, vacation plans comes together in a snap. Select sites in the Old Orchard or Moxley Branch areas and let the fun begin. Old Orchard is open year-round and has full hookups. Moxley Branch features upgraded 20- or 30-amp electric service. Comfort is key, with full-service bathhouses and restrooms, coin-operated laundry, grills and picnic tables.

Prepare to see a delightful array of wildlife, including birds, raptors, whitetail deer, fox and maybe even a wandering black bear at camp. Get your fishing gear ready to land some of the bass, catfish, walleye, saugeye and bluegill populating Beech Fork Lake. The park's swimming pool complex includes a snack stand and bathhouse. Scoop up some hand-dipped ice cream at the Camper's Corner Store as well as basic groceries, fishing and camping supplies and bait. Equipment for outdoor games--basketball, tennis, horseshoes, softball and volleyball--can also be rented. Come indoors to play video games in the park headquarters game room. Cruise the lake waters in a pedal boat, canoe, kayak or row boat; rentals are available. During the summer, daily activities like hikes, games and nature programs, are planned for entertainment and education. A history weekend in September allows guests to experience 18th century life.

Prime hunting and fishing space is preserved in the Beech Fork Wildlife Management Area adjacent to Beech Fork State Park. The forest is home to deer, fox, rabbit, turkey and other animals. Other nearby attractions include Marshall University, named for the Supreme Court chief justice, the Blenko Glass Factory, Huntington Museum of Art and Camden Park, a family owned amusement park dating back more than 100 years. Getting hungry? Try the notorious 15-inch Home Wrecker at Hillbilly Hotdogs, featured on "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" and the Travel Channel. Devour one in less than 12 minutes and you get a t-shirt to go along with your heartburn. A vacation at Beech Fork State Park will satisfy your appetite for food, adventure and good times.

Harpers Ferry, WV

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Harpers Ferry, WV

Located on a beautiful deep water section of the Potomac River near Harpers Ferry in Jefferson County. A four mile section of deep water runs from our campground to above the Dargan Bend Boat Ramp in Maryland. Pontoon boats, fishing boats, water skiing, wake boarding, and jet skis are welcome. Pitch your tent and tie your boat up out front.

Originally part of Virginia, Harpers Ferry is located in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia near the convergence of the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers. In October 1859, the U.S. military arsenal at Harpers Ferry was the target of an assault by an armed band of abolitionists led by John Brown as part of an elaborate plan to establish an independent stronghold of freed slaves. John Brown was captured and convicted of treason and hanged, but his raid was a catalyst leading up to the Civil War.

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