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Little Beaver State Park campground features 30-sites with electric and water hook-ups and an additional 16 sites with water hook ups only. A total of 46-sites makes this the newest campground in West Virginia's state park system.

Sites are gravel based and the access roads at the campground are also gravel based. Paving is planned. The campground can accommodate RV units up to 40-feet.

A large bathhouse with laundry facilities is on-site. The campground features a central dump station, check-in building, and wireless Internet access at the camp store. Sites have picnic tables and grills. Firewood and ice are available for purchase.

There are 23 reservable campsites at Little Beaver State Park campground at this time and the remaining sites are available on a first-come first-served basis. The campground closes for the season October 31 and reopens on April 1. Call for opening dates.


Little Beaver State Park offers a primitive group camp opportunity.  The large field area can accommodate up to fifty individuals. There are portable toilets only.  There is a per night rental fee and a two night minimum is required on weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends.  Other rental dates are on a first-come, first-served basis with check prior to set up.  Rates are posted on our rates page.

For ‘how to reserve a campsite’ information and guidelines, click here.

For camping fees at Little Beaver, click here.

Little Beaver State Park Campground Rules/Guidelines

  • Campers shall register before occupying a campsite, unless otherwise instructed by posted signs or by other clear means. A campsite is reserved when the rental fee for the site has been paid, which shall be indicated by a camping permit affixed to the numbered campsite post.
  • One responsible person who has passed their 18th birthday, who is answerable for the actions and safety of the campsite occupants and liable for any damages caused by them, shall be at each rented campsite.
  • The length of stay shall not exceed fourteen (14) consecutive nights, except after Labor Day until the first day of May of the following year. Campsites may be rented for longer periods, at the discretion of the superintendent, when there are vacant campsites. At the end of a fourteen (14) consecutive night rental the superintendent, at his discretion, may request the camper to move to another campsite for conservation and maintenance of the first rental site. In no case may occupancy of a campsite be extended by the camper registering under a different name.
  • Campsites shall be vacated by noon on the day the campsite permit expires, unless the area superintendent extends the time at the request of the camper. No extension may extend beyond 4 p.m.
  • Not more than two motor vehicles are permitted on a campsite at any time.
  • A non-family camping group may have only one camping unit (tent, trailer, motor home, camper, van, etc.) on its campsite.
  • A family camping group, at the discretion of the area superintendent, may be permitted to have one (1) or two (2) small tents on its campsite in addition to the main camping unit, but in no case may the additional units be ecologically detrimental to the campsite. A family is defined as parents or guardians and their dependent children.
  • Campsites currently are rented on a first come first served basis.
  • Campers must register before occupying a campsite.
  • The campsite rental fee does not include the use of any other facilities or services for which a fee or rental is charged.
  • Camping in any manner is prohibited, except at numbered sites in areas designated for camping. Campground facilities are provided for the exclusive use of the registered campers.
  • No explosive materials or other dangerous substances are permitted.
  • The washing of any equipment, paraphernalia, clothing, pet or the body is prohibited at water fountains and water pumps and in lakes, ponds, pools and streams. The washing of cooking utensils, tableware, flatware, or any other cooking or eating paraphernalia is prohibited at water fountains and water pumps and in comfort stations, bathhouses and washrooms.
  • Uncased firearms, bows and arrows are prohibited.
  • Posted speed limits and campground regulations must be obeyed.
  • Quiet hours will be observed between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
  • Motorbike riding is prohibited in campground areas.
  • Bicycle riding is prohibited after dark unless properly equipped with a lighting system front and rear. In West Virginia, state law requires anyone 15 years of age and younger to wear a helmet while riding a bicycle.
  • Only dogs and cats are permitted in camping areas. Pets must be restrained on a sturdy leash not to exceed ten (10) feet in length and the owner shall clean up after the pet, keep it from disturbing others and be responsible for any damage that may occur. and must be restrained on a leash no more than 10 feet in length.
  • Campfires are limited to fireplaces or stoves. DO NOT LEAVE FIREPLACES UNATTENDED.
  • No object may be driven into any tree, shrub, rock, sign, building or other object or structure in a state campground. Trenching or digging in a campsite is prohibited.
  • Hunting is not allowed at Little Beaver State Park.
  • Fishing is permitted.
  • A West Virginia Hunting and/or Fishing License is required as appropriate.
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