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The best campervan rentals in West Virginia

West Virginia is known for its scenic mountain beauty, outdoor recreation opportunities, and some of the most friendly folks in the country. Create your own vacation adventure with a campervan rental. 

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in West Virginia

Whether you are exploring the wilds of West Virginia in a camper van rental or roughing it, this part of America is an ideal destination. With so many distinct places to visit and experience, exploration will take up most if not all of your time here. The mountainous lakes region near riverside camping grounds is perfect for experiencing recreational activities like water rafting down mountain streams!


Summersville Lake is a place of adventure and natural beauty, where visitors are sure to have an exciting experience. The water there has been nicknamed the "Little Bahamas of the East" because it's so clean and clear. The conditions are ideal for those who love getting out on their boats or just exploring by land. This lake features 60 miles lake of shoreline waiting to be explored as well other beautiful lakes in this region like Stonecoal, Sutton, Burnsville Lakes.


Rent a campervan and take the road trip of your dreams to West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest. This national forest is home to many iconic spots like Dolly Sods Wilderness Area that spans three counties. Be sure you plan time well in advance so you can explore all this beautiful place has to offer!

West Virginia Fun Facts

West Virginia is the only state completely within the Appalachian Mountain range, aptly given the nickname the Mountain State.

The first rural free delivery mail service took place in 1896 in Charles Town through the Post Office Department’s pilot program to determine the feasibility for rural delivery for the rest of the country.

West Virginia is the third most forested state. In fact, the Monongahela National Forest covers nearly a million acres of land and spans 10 counties.

You don’t have to travel far to see the world – West Virginia holds the record for having the most towns named after cities in other countries, including Athens, Berlin, Cairo, Calcutta, Geneva, and Shanghai.

The largest sycamore tree in the world was located in Webster Springs until it fell in 2010 when it was estimated to be over 500 years old.

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