Located along the South Branch of the Potomac River, 5 miles south of Romney, WV in beautiful and historic Hampshire County, we offer over 300 sites with an abundance of shade trees on the ridge overlooking the South Branch River Valley and in the meadow. All campsites are within walking distance to over 2,000 feet of natural shoreline on the South Branch of the Potomac River. Enjoy camping, walking, and bicycling on our spacious grounds of over 100 acres. Bring a small boat, canoe, tube or raft and enjoy the river swimming or fishing. We are ideally located for the float trip enthusiast, as the South Branch has numerous "FREE" drop-in access areas along the river. Browse our Fishing section for some examples of trips that will float you back to our campground. Visit the historic town of Romney, Ride the Potomac Eagle Excursion Train, or take a "day trip" to Seneca Rocks, Smoke Hole Caverns, Dolly Sods, Canaan Valley, Blackwater Falls, just to mention a few of the many sites in the surrounding area.
Romney, WV is also less than 30 miles from Historic Cumberland, MD, home of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, beginning of the Great Allegheny Passage, the terminus of the C&O Canal National Historic Park, museums, historic attractions, Tri-State Zoological Park, great restaurants and shopping, and events, such as Summer In the City (Friday-After-Five, farmers markets, etc.)