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Bear Mountain Cabins & Campgrounds

130 Laurel Creek Road, Fayetteville, WV, 25840

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Last Updated: November 20, 2023

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$43per night

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Campground Overview

TOP THREE REASONS TO STAY WITH US:

1. Location is everything! We are located in the heart of all the exciting things to do in the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.

2. We are just three to four minutes from downtown Historical Fayetteville, West Virginia.

3. Just one mile from the New River Gorge and the world-famous New River Gorge Bridge.

Check In

Check In Time: 2PM | Proceed to the office to check in. Please call the office to make arrangement for late check-ins.

Activities

Volleyball

Area Tips

bear mountain cabins & campgrounds is situated near several popular landmarks and tourist attractions, including

New River Gorge Bridge – (10 minutes) The New River Gorge Bridge is a steel arch bridge that spans the New River Gorge in West Virginia. It is a popular tourist attraction known for its scenic beauty and thrilling activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting.

Fayetteville Historic District – (5 minutes) The Fayetteville Historic District is a charming area of the town that features well-preserved architecture and landmarks from the early 19th century. Visitors can enjoy walking tours, boutique shopping, and dining in local restaurants.

Endless Wall Trail – (10 minutes) The Endless Wall Trail is a popular hiking trail that winds through the scenic New River Gorge. It offers breathtaking views of the river, rock formations, and foliage. The trail is moderate difficulty and approximately 2.4 miles long.

Summersville Lake – (30 minutes) Summersville Lake is a large man-made lake that offers numerous recreational activities such as swimming, boating, fishing, and camping. It is surrounded by the beautiful mountains and forests of West Virginia.

Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine – (40 minutes) The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine is a fascinating attraction that takes visitors on a tour of a real coal mine. It features underground mine exhibits, mining machinery, and historical displays that showcase the region's rich coal mining heritage.

Tamarack – (25 minutes) Tamarack is a unique artisan center that showcases the work of West Virginia's finest artists and craftspeople. Visitors can shop for handmade crafts, jewelry, pottery, and more. The center also features a restaurant that serves locally sourced food.

Please note that all the above distances and times are approximate and may vary depending on traffic and other factors.

Rules

Rules and Regulations

These rules and regulations are designed to assist in the enjoyment and protection of the campground. If you have any questions or observe a violation of these regulations, please contact campground personnel. Failure to comply with any rule may result in expulsion from the campground. 1. Quiet hours are 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. 2. The consumption and/or possession of Alcoholic Beverages is allowed in your reserved camping site to persons of the legal age. 3. No attempt shall be made to destroy, deface, disturb, alter or remove any facilities, wildlife or vegetation in any park. 4. Build fires only in designated areas. Fire rings cannot be moved. Do not leave burning unattended. All fires must be completely extinguished before leaving. 5. All garbage and refuse shall be placed in the dumpster located beside the office. Failure to do so, or deliberate littering on land or water, may be subject to prosecution. 6. All liquid waste including sewage and gray water must be collected and disposed of at the dump station if your site is not equipped with sewer connection. 7. The discharge of wastewater from any campsite or recreational vehicle onto the ground is against County Ordinance and may result in a penalty of $1,000 per day until the violation is remedied. 8. All pets must be on leash or under physical restraint at all times. Pets will not be left unattended. Noisy/aggressive animals must be removed from the park. Owners are required to pick up after pets. No pets in bathhouses. 9. Only campers and their guests are allowed in the campground. No cruising is allowed in campgrounds. 10. Campers are responsible for the behavior of all campers and visitors associated with the campsite and are responsible for following all rules, regulations and policies of Bear Mountain. 11. Camp only at designated sites. Only one camper per site, and not more than 2 vehicles. Price for 4 people, $5.00 extra per person after 4. 12. No washing of vehicles, campers or boats on site. 13. All vehicles must display a valid campground permit. 14. Due to underground wiring, digging and/or trenching is not allowed. Use wood, fiberglass or plastic tent stakes only. 15. The possession or use of fireworks, explosives, firearms or other weapons is prohibited. Authorized law enforcement officers may keep their firearm in their vehicle. 16. No vendors or commercial activities unless authorized in writing by the campground. 17. Loud radios, televisions, engines or other activities that unreasonably disturb other park users are prohibited. 18. All camping units must have a current license plate or registration in order to camp. 19. Must be at least 18 years old and have a valid picture ID to register for camping.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made at least 14 days prior to your arrival will be refunded less a $10.00 processing fee. Cancellations made 7-14 days prior will result in a 50% refund. No refund up to 7 days before check in. We will issue rain checks for use within 1 year, please call to make arrangements with the office for this option.

Check In/Out Times

Check In: 2:00 P.M. Check Out 12:00 P.M. Please stop by the office when you check in, we will have your respective vehicle tag. Please call the office if an earlier check in or later check out is needed.

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