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The best camper van rentals near Charleston, WV

A camper van rental is an ideal way to discover the hidden gems of Charleston, WV. Offering small town charm and an exciting vibe not found anywhere else on this side of America. You'll be amazed by the restaurants, a diverse arts scene.

A great place to go for outdoor activities on Charleston's West Side is Cato Park. This 90+ acre park has a five mile trail system with16 trails. It's a popular place to take a camper van rental for a day trip. In the historic downtown district along treelined Capitol Street, you can stop into local shops like Taylor Books, then grab a meal at a spot like The Block or Black Sheep.

New River Gorge National Park is a short drive south (about an hour) and a great reason to rent a camper van and explore America's newest national park. On the way to the park just past Gauley Bridge, Cathedral Falls is an impressive water fall worth visiting for an Instagram moment.

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The first brick street that was laid in the entire world is located in Charleston on Summers Street on October 23, 1870.

In the early 1800s, the West Virginia Salt Brines were uncovered beside the Kanawha River. After establishing salt wells Charleston soon became one of the primary salt providers in the world.

West Virginia's first Capital city was located in Wheeling and later moved to Charleston, then back to Wheeling, and then back to Charleston. In 1877, as a result of a statewide election, Governor Jacob declared Charleston the permanent seat of government for West Virginia.

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