We tried to find a place for our travel trailer but there wasn't a big enough place to park. They have only 110 and 20 amp. They need to let people know what they have. And it is only for tent trailers.
This place IS NOT rv friendly----ANY size or type. Getting there on narrow small town streets was harrowing ar best. Once you get into the forest the "road" is more like a goat path, the place is poorly marked. We have a 33 ft class a and we tow a jeep wrangler. The goat trail was barely wide enough to accommodate us. We were very concerned about encountering any oncoming traffic. Mountain on one side and sheer drop into an abyss on the other. Praise God we didn't encounter anyone. We FINALLY arrived at the "campground " a little gravel, mostly grass. NO tv, or cell phone service. Deep in the forest NO OUTDOOR Lighting of any kind. They warned us about exiting this nightmare. Do it a specific way or you will bottom out and need a wrecker. "Just look at the gouges on the road" he says. AVOID THIS PLACE!!! BTW we made it out undamaged.
Kanawha State Forest isn't for large RV's. The access roads in are narrow, curvy and sometimes steep. That's 8-10 miles from the 4 lane. The forest itself isn't set up for larger units. That said, if you have a small RV or tent and looking for someplace off the beaten path, this is your place.