Large campsites and shade trees are the distinguishing features of this forested campground near Morgantown, West Virginia. Some folks come here for the fishing, biking, hunting, and geocaching. With all the natural beauty that it has to offer, this park is popular among locals as well as travelers.
When you explore the various hiking trails at Coopers Rock, you will discover all sorts of hidden gems. Raven Rock Trail, for example, gives you a peek at the Cheat River Valley with its canyon. Twenty-one distinct trails that run a total of 50 miles in length cover the state park.
“This small campground is just a couple of miles from busy Highway 68 but amazingly quiet. Sites are average to large with a few that can accommodate larger RVs. All have electricity, a picnic table, fire ring, and lantern pole.” – Shari, The Dyrt Review