I remember coming to this state park and going to the overlook years ago. Campground is nestled off the beaten path, but worth the drive. Sites are large, shaded, level and very comfortable. Camp store is well stocked, bathrooms clean and comfortable.
Quietest campground ever. Beautiful. Roads a little tricky for big rigs
Not big rig friendly. Narrow paved roads with no shoulder and drop offs so if you run a wheel off the road you have wrecked. Back in sites facing wrong direction so you have to travel wrong way on narrow campground road to get into sites. Good 30 amp electric at every site but water only available at a few locations in campground. Bathhouse fair. Clean but old and over used. Overpriced at $35 peak season. Did not see ranger so not well supervised.
I just happened upon this little gem of a campground. Right off the interstate. Beautiful area and the camp hosts were so very helpful and very nice. (Explained all the things to do around the area). Free coffee in the morning. Very quite, clean. After some bad stays at other campgrounds this one was a breath of fresh air. WiFi is good if your right at the check in station, but the farther you are from it, it becomes non existent. Verizon cell service is a no go. I enjoyed my stay. **Be aware that the road leading in is very narrow, so if you have a big rig it can be tight*
I was camping 20 miles west of Coopers Rock and went there for a day trip. It was so awesome I booked my next two nights there. The grounds are clean as well as the showers with good pressure and hot water. Hosts were very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable for this rookie camper. When you go you need to go beyond the Overlook. Rattlesnake Trail is fantastic.
Small but beautiful campground. We stayed 3 nights. All sites are treed and shaded. Some pull through. Sites are average sized, but whole area is a tight fit. Full on weekends. Clean bathrooms, park Wi-Fi, $1 washer and dryer. Great for hiking, rest, and visiting Morgantown.