Nestled among the Appalachian Mountains, Big Bear Lake Campground provides exhilarating views of the mountains, lakes, streams, and forested hills that make up the area. This park has more than 500 acres of wooded land that give you an opportunity to view the wildlife and plants native to the area in their natural habitat. Whether you’re taking time to participate in one of the sporting activities available within the park or simply stretching out to view the animals that live within the campground, you will appreciate your surroundings.
When it comes to campgrounds in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia that embody the sights and sounds of the area, you will find everything you are seeking at Big Bear Lake Campground. This park gives you access to the lakes and streams of the area for boating, swimming, and kayaking. You will find that natural ponds are perfect for a quiet day of fishing while the sports field and water park give you the ability to take a more active approach to a memory-filled vacation.
“Visited for a mountain bike festival this weekend and it was a great place for such an event! MTB Trails are awesome, some flowy, some big drops, some Bridges and technical stuff just to keep you alert! Great scenery and well maintained!” – Kelly Shaffer, Google Review