HUNTINGTON, W.Va -- Campgrounds managed by the Huntington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in portions of West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia will begin opening for the 2013 season in April. Opening dates at Corps-managed campgrounds will vary depending on location.
The schedule of campground openings and daily fees are as follows:
Fee Campground No.
Burnsville Lake 304-853-2371
** Riffle Run Apr 24-Nov 29 $20-$30 304-853-2583
** Bulltown Apr 24-Nov 29 $24-$30 304-452-8006
(Reservation Period May 21–Sep 6)
East Lynn Lake 304-849-2355
** East Fork May 15- Oct 19 $16-$24 304-849-5000
(Reservation Period May 15-Sep 7)
R.D. Bailey Lake 304-664-3229
* * Guyandotte May 18-Sep 8 $20-$34 Pay Phone Only
Summersville Lake 304-872-3412 (No pets in Battle Run)
* Battle Run May 1-Oct 12 $20-$30 304-872-3459
(Reservation Period May 22–Sep 7)
Sutton Lake 304-765-2816
* Bakers Run Apr 24 - Oct 19 $20-$30 304-765-5631
Bee Run Apr 1 - Dec 8 $10 304-765-2816
* G.R. Freeman Apr 24 - Dec 1 $20-$30 304-765-7756
(Reservation Period May 20–Sep 7)
Fishtrap Lake (606) 437-7496
** Grapevine May 22 -Sep 8 $12-$20 (606) 437-7496
Dewey Lake (606) 789-4521
Shoreline Area 1 May 23 – Oct 18 $10 (Boat-In Access)
John W. Flannagan Dam & Reservoir (276) 835-9544
* Cranesnest May 15-Sep 7 $12-$14 No Phone
* Lower Twin May 15-Sep 7 $12-$14 (276) 865-4773
* Pound River May 15-Sep 7 $14-$16 (276) 926-5067
( * Electric Hook-ups Available ** Electric/Water Hook-Ups Available)
Campsites may be reserved at Burnsville (Bulltown), Sutton (Gerald R. Freeman), East Lynn (East Fork) and Summersville (Battle Run) by calling the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS) at (877) 444-6777 or Internet: recreation.gov. Call the lakes listed for further campsite information. No showers are available at Bee Run and Shoreline Area 1.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest provider of water-based outdoor recreation in the nation. The Huntington District’s lake and river projects provide a diverse range of recreational opportunities. Visitors of all ages can enjoy traditional activities like hiking, boating, fishing, camping and hunting. For those slightly more adventurous there is flat water kayaking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking and geo-caching. Regardless of your favorite outdoor activity one thing is certain, recreation enriches people's lives. A visit to an Army Corps of Engineers recreation area can strengthen family ties and friendships; create unforgettable memories and connect people to nature in ways that will last a lifetime.
With more than 90 percent of our recreation areas located within 50 miles of a major metropolitan area, there is a Corps site near you. We invite you to visit us!