Overnight visitors enjoy the forest's 46-site, fully equipped camping area. The campground is served by two bathhouses and coin-operated laundry facilities.
All sites have fireplaces and picnic tables and 25 sites feature electric and water hookups. All electric pedestals are 20-amp service. Firewood and ice are available. A dump station is available for campground guests.
The campground is open from mid-April through the first Saturday in December or deer rifle season, whichever is the later date. Only one tent or trailer is allowed per site and check-out time is 12 noon. An attendant is on duty from 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. daily. Campers may select a site that is not taken or reserved and the attendant will stop by and register you.
Roads leading to the forest are a challenge to campers greater than 26 feet in length. It is recommended to contact the forest office prior to arrival if your unit exceeds a length of twenty-six feet or more to discuss road access.
Reservations are accepted from Memorial Day through Labor Day Weekends.
Sites are on first come, first served for the remaining camping season.
Campsites have been winterized. The 25 sites at Kanawha State Forest continue to provide electricity, but water hookups at the sites, as well as the campground bathhouse have water lines winterized. Port-a-johns are on site. Camping is still available.