Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region

H idden waterfalls, unique rock for an adventure and let our trails lead you in a new direction. Perhaps sleep under the stars? Or bring the comfort of an RV on the road? We’ve got plenty of options for a one-on-one trip with Mother Nature. Camp Creek State Park One of the best camping parks in West Virginia, Camp Creek State Park has more than 6,000 acres of lush forests and more than 35 miles of trails. The park offers RV hookups, a rustic campground for tent campers, an off-the-grid campsite for hikers and a horse and rider campground. Spend the day fishing, hiking, and playing in two of the park’s family-friendly waterfalls, Campbell Falls and Mash Fork Falls. Brush Creek Falls RV Resort This family- owned RV resort lets you bring home to southern West Virginia. The park has 52 RV sites, efficiency cabins and a host of amenities such as a pool, gem mine, go-kart track with weekend races, mini golf, playgrounds, general store, and an arcade. Other close by attractions formations, awesome overlooks — you never know what you’ll see while in Mercer County. Prepare include Winterplace Ski Resort , Brush Creek Falls Preserve and waterfall and downtown Princeton. Want to ride the trail, but need all the comforts of home? Many of our ATV resorts have cabins and RV spots for those looking to stay a little longer. Hilltop Escape , the M ud Pit RV Resort , Appalachian RV Resort and Coal Heritage Camping are just a few places that can accommodate an RV, a bunch of ATVs and a little mud. EXPLORE HIDDEN WATERFALLS WITH MOTHER NATURE

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Want to learn more about camping, ATV trails and adventure? Explore visitmercer- county.com to learn more about our trails, ATV adven- tures and history. Mercer County Convention and Visitors Bureau 621 Commerce Street, Bluefield 800-221-3206 or 304-325-8438


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