Cedar Creek State Park RV & Campground Guide
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Cedar Creek State Park sits on 2,588 acres near Glenville in West Virginia's central region and less than 25 miles from Gassaway and Sutton. In 1955, Cedar Creek joined the state park system. The park office is a fully restored log cabin, previously known as a Gilmer County historical landmark. Further adding to the park's charming appearance, a reconstructed schoolhouse, which was originally built in 1910, was relocated to the park in 1989. The rolling hills and wide valleys of this park provide the perfect picturesque setting for outdoor recreational opportunities, from swimming to enjoyable family strolls. The park is the home to three lakes, with a mere 8 acres of exceptional bank fishing.
Spring 29-75 F
Summer 57-85 F
Fall 31-79 F
Winter 20-46 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Cedar Creek State Park
Whether your upcoming trip to Cedar Creek State Park is in the intense heat of the summer or cool winters, an RV would be the perfect comfortable escape. If you haven't yet experienced the comforts of a recreational vehicle, you may want to make this trip more extravagant with an RV rental from RVshare. All rentals come with roadside assistance and nationwide insurance.
Flatwoods KOA Journey
Flatwoods KOA Journey sits close to the interstate exit, yet far enough away for the perfect overnight stay. All guests will have access to free Wi-Fi, bathhouses, a playground, and a laundry facility. The campground has gravel back-in and pull-through sites that can house RVs up to 85 feet long, with water, sewer, and electrical hookup options. All sites come with a grill and picnic table. Some amenities available are hiking trails, an outdoor pool, and a KampK9 dog park.
Elk River Camp and RV
Elk River Camp and RV provide campsites with partial- and full-hookup options for any size of RV. It lies along the Banks of Elk River, giving you complete access to recreational water activities. This pet-friendly campsite allows visitors to bring their horses along. The park is off Interstate 79 and a short distance from restaurants, stores, and local attractions in the nearby cities of Flatwoods, Morgantown, Clarksburg, and Bridgeport.
Bulltown Camp is the perfect place to experience the picturesque scenery and historical importance of this central Western region. The campground sits on the edge of Burnsville Lake and right beside the Bulltown Historic Area, giving you the perfect view of the Civil War re-enactments held here twice a year. There are nearly 200 sites with water, electric, and sewer hookups. Free Wi-Fi, a dump station, a playground, horseback riding trails, and lake access are amenities offered at this camp.
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What to Do at
Cedar Creek State Park
Inside Cedar Creek State Park
You can take a peaceful hike on the 14 miles of trails that offer challenging adventures or relaxed, leisurely strolls. Move smoothly through the trails on a mountain bike and see nature from a different viewpoint. The fisherman's trail provides anglers a scenic trail to access some of the most popular fishing spots where they can catch muskie, bass, and other freshwater fish. The park has an outdoor pool where visitors can swim and cool off from the hot summer heat, sunbathe, or relax. Other things to do inside the park are geocaching, miniature golf, boating, and camping.
Outside Cedar Creek State Park
The area outside Cedar Creek State Park and its surrounding cities offer many things to keep your vacation interesting. Nearby Glenville provides many places to sit down and have a delicious meal from several different cultures, including Chinese and American. Glenville and Sutton's cities have a wide selection of shops to get souvenirs or food essentials. The Weston and Sutton cities provide plenty of museums with historical findings of their history, making it a great way to learn more about these particular areas. Be sure to stop in Burnsville to see the beautiful waterfalls.
The Cornerstone Café is popular with the locals and vacationers for their sandwiches, steaks, beef stew, hamburgers, fries, and various veggie sides. This restaurant offers a cozy, family-friendly atmosphere.
Location: 19 East Main Street, Glenville, WV 26351
China One Chinese Restaurant
China One Chinese Restaurant specializes in a new style of Chinese foods using fresh vegetables, seafood, and other ingredients. Some popular favorites are sweet-sour pork, chicken with broccoli, shrimp lo mein, and vegetable chow mein.
Location: 350 WV Highway Five East, Glenville, WV 26351
Enjoy smoked meats at the Smokehouse Barbeque. Smoked top sirloin, pulled pork, barbeque chicken, and smoked turkey are some popular meats offered on the menu.
Location: 10 North Lewis Street, Glenville, WV 26351
Tudor's Biscuit World
Tudor's Biscuit World not only makes homemade biscuits, but they also offer delicious food options such as country fried chicken, hot roast beef, meatloaf, and various breakfast platters.
Location: 163 WV-5, Glenville, WV 26351
The Glenville Pub
The Glenville Pub offers live music, dancing, bar games, and happy hour. This pub has a casual, laid-back atmosphere where you can easily enjoy good food, beer, and wine.
Location: 101 South Lewis Street, Glenville, WV 26351
Stop in the neighborhood Family Dollar where you can get cleaning supplies, seasonal items, and discounted grocery items. Toys, beauty supplies, and personal care items are also sold here at a low price.
Location: 8 Foodland Plaza, Glenville, WV 26351
Glenville Foodland is about nine miles from the state park, making it the most convenient place to refill your RV snack stash and other grocery items. The shelves are well-stocked, and the filled cream donuts are delicious.
Location: 2 Foodland Plaza, Glenville, WV 26351
Walmart Supercenter has a large selection of products, from camping and fishing supplies to unique, stylish clothing for the whole family. You can also fill your RVs refrigerator and cabinets with your favorite snacks. A photo center, pharmacy, and vision center are located inside the store.
Location: 369 Scott Fork Road, Sutton, WV 26601
Famous Footwear Outlet
Famous Footwear Outlet is located inside of Flatwoods Center. The outlet offers a wide selection of shoes and accessories at a great price.
Location: 216 Skidmore Lane, Sutton, WV 26601
When you travel less than eight miles northwest from the state park, you'll come to Rustic Treasures. This unique gift shop has several independent vendors that sell crafts, homemade rock candy, glassware, knickknacks, and other antique products.
Location: 15 North Lewis Street, Glenville, WV 26351
The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia
The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia was established in 1993 to dedicate the region and nation's rich glass heritage. The museum has a gift shop with various books and monographs for sale amongst their beautiful glass pieces. It's open with free admission Monday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: 230 Main Avenue, Weston, WV 26452
Burnsville Waterfall is in Burnsville Lake Wildlife Management Area. Several dams were placed across the Burnsville Lake to form many beautiful rays of waterfalls easily seen from the riverbanks.
Location: 1931 South Main Street, Burnsville, WV 26335
Flatwoods Monster Museum
Flatwoods Monster Museum is just two miles from Interstate 79. You can see programs like Nerdist's Bizarre States, Legacy of Fear, American's Got Aliens, and the Unseen World. Collections of artifacts, historical objects, and other memorabilia items are displayed at the museum. At the store, you can find souvenirs such as shirts, shot glasses, stickers, lanterns, and so much more.
Location: 208 Main Street, Sutton, WV 26601
Mountaineer Military Museum
Learn about the prominent role West Virginians played in various conflicts at Mountaineer Military Museum. The museum has just added 2,100 square feet, giving more room for 18 more exhibits that feature personal and historical items of the Civil, Korean, and Vietnam War. The admission fee remains free to all visitors.
Location: 345 Center Avenue, Weston, WV 26452
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum served as a sanctuary for the mentally ill in the early-mid 1800s. Today, it's a historic landmark that offers paranormal tours from the beginning of April to mid-November and ghost hunts all year round.
Location: 50 South River Avenue, Weston, WV 26452
How to Get to
Cedar Creek State Park
If you are traveling from Glenville, you'll need to head southwest toward East Main Street. Turn right onto East Main Street and then a left at the first cross street onto US-119 South/US-33 West/South Lewis Street. Continue to follow US-119 South/US-33 West for 3.6 miles. Turn left onto Cedar Creek/Clear Creek. Go for about 4.2 miles, and Cedar Creek State Park will be on the right.
Entering Cedar Creek State Park
Cedar Creek State Park is open 24 hours a day.
Cedar Creek State Park Entry fee : $0.0
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Frequently Asked Questions About Cedar Creek State Park
Springtime is the best time to visit Cedar Creek State Park. The weather is mild, and there are fewer crowds. They are open all year, but some activities and facilities are seasonal.
Some types of wildlife you can find in Cedar Creek State Park include deer, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, chipmunks, rabbits, skunks, and groundhogs. You will also see birds like blue jays, woodpeckers, and owls.
You do not have to reserve a camping spot. The cost is $25 per night for a campsite with water and electric hookups, $15 nightly for a hike-in or bike-in site, and $5 fee for each additional vehicle.
Pets are allowed in the park, but they must always be on a leash. There are some areas of the park where pets are not allowed, such as the beach, playgrounds, hiking trails, and picnic areas.
Cedar Creek State Park is accessible to disabled visitors. There are wheelchair-accessible bathrooms, picnic tables, paved roads, and parking lots. The perch pond and birdwatching stations are also accessible through board walk.