Sites are not reservable. Sites are on a first come, first serve basis.
Maximum length of stay is 14 days.
Check-out time is 2:00 p.m.
Dogs are permitted if on a leash at all times. Leash must be 6 ft. or shorter. Food storage order applies to pet food also.
Single site limit is one wheeled camping unit only, defined as motorhome or travel trailer; no more than 8 people; no more than 2 vehicles. Vehicle pulling camper or trailer is considered 1 of the 2 allowed vehicles. Tents must be contained within the campsite.
Vehicles must be parked on gravel or paved spur, not in the woods, grass or road.
Discharging and draining gray water and black water (sewage) onto national forest lands is illegal and punishable by fines under 36 CFR 261.11(c) and 36 CFR 261.11 (d). Dump station and water fill are available in Richwood at Four Seasons Outfitter and Adventure Sports. Dump stations are also available in Marlinton. Cranberry Campground has its own dump station that is donation based.
Please see bulletin boards for more information.
2 non-accessible vault toilets
More information on this campground is available through the Gauley Ranger District, 932 North Fork Cherry Rd., Richwood, WV 26261 (304) 846-2695.
Directions: From Richwood travel one mile east on State Route 39/55, then 6 miles north on Forest Road 76.
Five semi-private campsites. Sites will accommodate small campers. Each site features a picnic table, fire ring, lantern pole, gravel parking spur and activity area. Sites are suitable for tents or small - medium size campers. There is no electric available. No dump station is available. There are two privately owned dump stations available in Richwood.
Five semi-private campsites. Each site features a picnic table, fire ring, lantern pole, gravel parking spur and activity area. Sites are suitable for tents or small - medium size campers. There is no electric available. No dump station is available. There are two privately owned dump stations available in Richwood.
River and Stream Fishing
Fishing is allowed in the adjacent Cranberry River. A valid West Virginia State Fishing License is required, along with a National Forest Stamp a Conservation stamp, and a trout stamp. Please contact the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources for more information on fishing and hunting licensing requirements.