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Brooklyn Heights Riverfront Campground

A Wilderness Riverfront Oasis

Open for Business by On-line Reservation!
(mid-April - mid-November)

A Wilderness Riverfront Oasis

The camp has access to nearly 4 miles of wilderness riverfront on a dead end road, and yet just a few miles to the beautiful town of Parsons WV in Tucker County! Home of 19th century tourist towns of Thomas / Davis / and Canaan Valley.

--> The Dryfork and Blackwater Rivers combine nearby, the pedestrian cable suspension bridge to Hendricks is less than half a mile downstream, the Fernow Experimental Forest is just a mile downstream, and the Monongahela national forest and huge unlogged forests are all around!

Hike, camp, swim, fish, bike tube, kayak, canoe, explore, forage, campfires, beach area fires, relax and enjoy!

--> Brooklyn Heights Riverfront Campground includes 35 acres of unlogged wilderness forest with roads, trails and 2100 feet of riverfront on the Dry Fork River.

--> The camp includes 15 camping sites (firepits, slabwood benches, parking, and future picnic tables), 5 primitive shelter cabin sites (10x`12 lofted barn cabins with hasp for your padlock), and a 10 short term RV sites near the river (RV's 30 foot or less recommended).

--> Waterfalls, creeks, kayak drop points, swimming, tubing, hiking, fishing, and water recreation abounds.

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--> Brooklyn Heights Riverfront Campground includes 34 acres of unlogged wilderness forest with roads, trails and 2000 feet of riverfront on the Dry Fork River. 

--> Now Open for Business by Online Reservation!

--> The camp includes 14 camping sites (firepits, slabwood benches, parking, and future picnic tables), 5 primitive shelter cabin sites (10x`12 lofted barn cabins with hasp for your padlock), and a 5 short term RV sites near the river (RV's 30 foot or less recommended).
--> The camp is situated on nearly 4 miles of wilderness riverfront on a dead end stunning road, and yet just a few miles to the beautiful town of Parsons WV in Tucker County (home of Thomas / Davis / and Canaan Valley).

--> The Dry Fork and Black Fork Rivers combine nearby, the pedestrian cable suspension bridge to Hendricks is less than half a mile downstream, the Fernow Experimental Forest is just a mile downstream, and the Monongahela national forest and huge unlogged forests are all around! 

--> Waterfalls, creeks, kayak drop points, swimming, tubing, hiking, fishing, and water recreation abounds.

--> And Brooklyn Heights Rd. is also a waterfall mecca after any decent rains including right here on the property and very nearby.

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A nature lovers riverfront oasis

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Nature Centered Exploring

Hike, explore, plant identification walks  -- edibles, medicinal and simply botanical varieties here in this river valley of Appalachia.  Wildflowers for each season, waterfall expeditions...
With nearly 4 miles of wilderness riverfront along Brooklyn Heights Rd., there is so much spectacular nature to take in!

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Water Recreation & Tourist Towns Nearby

Swim, tube, kayak, canoe, fish, hike, and enjoy the amazing clean and beautiful Dry Fork River and surrounding nature while you camp nearby.

And enjoy the nearby towns of Parsons / Thomas / Davis / and Canaan Valley which provide endless entertainment with cafes, breweries, a distillery, music, cafes and coffee shops, galleries and artwork, restaurants and state park lodges as well as endless rails to trails hiking trails throughout the county where railroads once ran during the coal and virgin forest harvest days of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. And the towns are still here!

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Biking & Hiking

6.5 miles of roadway between Parsons and the dead end of Brooklyn Heights Rd., and many miles of additional roadway through the spectacular Fernow Experimental Forest roadway which parallels stunning Elklick creek.... plenty to see and do for biking enthusiasts.   
The Blackwater trail from Hendricks to Thomas is easily and quickly accessed across the cable suspension foot bridge nearby (Hendricks Swinging Bridge) - which also places you on Dry Fork Rd. which will take you all the way to Red Creek and Dolly Sods / Canaan Valley.

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