Five thousand acres of mountainous West Virginia land is enough to build a top-notch campground. That’s exactly what Paul E. Garbart did in 1972 when he created the park that is known today as Big Bear Lake Camplands in Bruceton Mills. Currently, 2,800 deeded property owners enjoy the freedom of the RV life at this campground, and transient guests are welcomed as part of the family.
From mini-golf to mountain bike trails, Big Bear Lake Camplands has it all. The lake is perfect for the swimming, fishing, and kayaking crowd. You can play basketball, tennis, volleyball, and a variety of other games. Campers can cross-country ski or ride a snowmobile in the dead of winter.
“We love to spend time here. Swimming, fishing, friends, and family. It’s relaxing to sit and just watch the wildlife. The kids love it and so do the adults. Well worth it.” – Jeanna, Google Review