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  • Falling Waters Campsite, WV


    Falling Waters Campsite is a very convenient stopping-off place for travelers on I-81 in northeastern West Virginia. The campground is located on US-11, about 7 miles north of Martinsburg, WV.

    Tel: 304 274-2791

    Very pleasant staff here. We were led to our site. Here we are on site 14, beside a small creek. A couple of years ago we sat out a major rainstorm herefor a couple of days and that little creek was up to the table!

    Date of Most Recent Visit: Apr 2010

    This has become an annual stop-over point for us each spring on our way back north. Last year we were on the same site. We were here ten days earlier last year, which makes quite a difference green-wise.

    Gravel and grass sites have some large trees around them for some cooling shade in hot weather. Most of the RV sites are pull-throughs. Shown here: sites 34 and 35.

    Big rigs are quite comfortable here. Sites are level, and offer E(30/50A)/W/Cable hookups. Some also have sewer, such as sites 29 -26 - 24, shown here.

    There are also some grassy sites suitable for tents or pop-ups situated alongside the creek. Shown here - sites 19 and 20.

    The pop-up is one site 18, with 7-8-9 to the right of the creek.

    Site 6 on the left.

    A good over-view of the campground, with sites 1 and 2 on the left.

    Site 4 is to the left, while our LD is on 14.

    There is an over-flow area nearby with 7 sites with hookups. The main campground is beyond the storage facility in the background.

    When we arrived at 2 PM, these sites were all vacant. By 7 PM, they were full. These are front-to-back double sites, which can make access interesting.

    The campground has a nice little bathhouse; clean and with hot showers.

    In its 2007 ads, Falling Waters claimed to be internet-friendly. This is what they mean - an outside pay-phone. Let's hope it's not raining when you want to dial in.

    But....there were several open wi-fi access points from outside the CG. (No sign of them in 2009.)

    Update: We discovered on our most recent visit that the campground now has free wi-fi. But...it appears that it is not available in the overflow area. We had no problem from site 15.

    Alongside the campground, under the same ownership, is a small RV supplies store.


    Rate: $33.00-37.00 (FMCA discount available)

    42 sites with E(30/50A)/W/Cable hookups, some w/ sewer

    Free wi-fi

    Dump Station

    Verizon National Access Service

    Coordinates: 77.88359 W, 39.56835 W