The second to last stop in our 18 day Fall National Park trip – we left Rifrafters Campground in West Virginia and headed northeast to make our way to Sun Valley Campground in Chillicothe, Ohio. On a side note, West Virginia is beautiful. I almost hated to leave those mountains and start returning back to the flat lands. I choose Sun Valley Campground because it was not too far off of the main highway as we made our way towards home. One thing I learned from this route was to really check in google maps when not traveling on a main interstate. What I assumed was at least a 2 lane highway in parts became one lane winding roads through farm country (oops, note for next time). But we made it (although I almost ran out of gas driving the car).
About the Campground
Sun Valley Campground has 45 sites (mostly seasonal). We had standard full hookup site. This campground only does reservations via phone and you have to pay in cash upon arrival. The host was super nice. We were invited to a chili cookout by some fellow seasonal campers – super friendly folks. We did not attend but everyone at the campground that we came in contact with where very nice. Aside from the seasonal folks, there were a lot of really big nice rigs that pulled in. So this apparently was hot spot for overnight stays.
Trip Stay: Overnight
Access: 2 miles from the highway.
Hook Ups: 50 amp Full Hook Up
Site: Standard RV park
Level site: yes
Site Type: Pull Through
Online Reservations: No (you must call and pay in cash on arrival)
Trip Photos:New River Gorge – West Virginia