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Hats off to the Corp of engineers who have made such a quaint interpretative center with local buildings resituated here. They are staffed with volunteers to make local civil war history come alive through the battle of the turnpike. The Cunningham farm is the sweet...More
We stayed here for one night on our way home from NC to NY. We stayed in loop C and it was very nice! The sites are well kept! We had two playgrounds. My 6 year olds were able to ride their bikes freely. We...More
Beautiful area but campers are packed in like sardines. So tight that we constantly had adults and children walking thru our campsite when we were relaxing or eating a meal. VERY noisy place. Staff allows too many cars at sites with streets thru the camp...More
My wife and I stayed at the Bulltown Campground for two nights. It was one of the BEST campgrounds we have ever stayed in. The restrooms and showers were very clean and well maintained. The campsites were clean and well kept. The people running the...More
Historic Area is a separate part of the park. Seems to me the Bulltown area has several different sections of the park that offers a range of outdoor activities, but we had come to see the Historic Area-and it's very well maintained and available to...More
Absolutely beautiful ride through the back roads! We stopped at Bullstown Campground, WV on our way through from New England to Sedona, AZ. We tented it - the facilities were very clean and the grounds well cared for. Lots of history in this area with...More
They have several great camping areas here, and to two of the areas you may bring pets. The Picnic day use area is really nice. The sand beach is great for kids and the swimming area a good size. Their is a nice boat ramp...More