Contact

Please contact us if you need additional information, a brochure, or want to make a reservation.

Chestnut Ridge Park and Campground
346 Chestnut Ridge Camp Road
Bruceton Mills, WV 26525
Phone: 304-594-1773
Toll Free: 888-594-3111
Fax: 304-594-1711
Email: mail@chestnutridgepark.com

 

Current Job Availability

All applications must be turned in at the park office. Please stop by or email our office to receive a blank application. 

 We are currently not hiring any positions. Please look for updates Spring 2020 for seasonal positions at the park.

 

 

FAQ

Q: When are you open?

A: We are open for reservations year-round. Our hours do change with the seasons, but we are open for business! Certain tent loops may occasionally be closed due to winter conditions.

 

Q: I have called, but no one answers…

A: If you call the office during business hours and your call gets directed to voicemail, please leave us a message! We are often on the phone with another customer and will return your call as soon as we are able. In the summer, we are accepting or returning phone calls for a majority of our day. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you.

 

Q: What is the configuration of your RV sites?

A: Each RV site is a graveled back-in with 30-amp electricity, water, picnic table, and a fire ring. Our dump station is separate.

 

Q: Do you have pull- through RV sites?

A: Sorry, no.

 

Q: Can we bring our pets?

A: Pets are allowed at all RV sites, tents sites, and most cabins (*Klaer Lodge has a no pet policy due to recent upgrades.) Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after at ALL times. Excessive barking is not tolerated. We politely ask that anyone with an RV or trailer, bringing an indoor cat, please have a collar and ID on the animal on the chance that it happens to get out. We reserve the right to add damage fees to your account as necessary. Anyone with additional pet related questions is encouraged to call the park office.

 

Q: Can we bring fireworks?

A: No. If you are caught shooting fireworks, you will be asked to leave the premises immediately. No refund will be issued.

 

Q: Can we have alcohol at our site, cabin, or pavilion?

A: No.

 

Q: What are the quiet hours?

A: Quiet hours extend from 9pm to 9am. If you have a noise complaint, please call the park superintendent. The number is posted on the office door, on the bottom of the reservation receipt you receive upon check in, and on the reservation tag clipped to the post of your RV or tent site.

 

Q: Can we bring our own firewood?

A: No. We sell firewood at a rate of 10 pieces for $6.00.  Our wood is sourced from within the park, generally from trees deemed to be a fall hazard to park buildings or reservation sites. Using firewood that is sourced locally to the park prevents the transfer and introduction of invasive species that could come with the firewood brought from outside of the park to the forests. Please help us maintain the health of the forest by not bringing outsourced wood to the park.

 

Q: Do I need to have a reservation to fish in the park ponds?

A: No. You do not need a reservation to fish in Feather or Harris Lakes. Both ponds are catch and release ONLY. Ice fishing is not allowed. Night fishing is not allowed. You do not need a fishing license to fish here. Yes, we do have basic gear available for rent or purchase.

 

Q: How many beds are in the cabins?

A: Klaer Lodge has 7 full beds and 7 twin beds. Pyles Cabin has 1 full bed and 7 twin beds. Casey Cabin has 1 full bed and 3 twin beds. Pine Cabin has 1 full bed and 5 twin beds. Twin A Cabin has 1 full bed and 3 twin beds. Twin B Cabin has 1 full bed and 3 twin beds. Stone Cabin has 1 full bed and 1 twin bed.

 

Q: What does “Rustic” mean in rustic cabin?

A: Rustic cabins are one room cabins with beds, table and chairs, gas stove, wood burning stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and basic kitchen supplies. Each cabin has an outdoor picnic table, fire ring, and charcoal grill. They do not have running water, but do have frost-free valves nearby outside, as well as access to rest rooms and the shower house.

 

Q: Who owns/operates the park?

A: Chestnut Ridge Park is owned and operated by Monongalia County. The park is run using funding from reservations, in-store sales, a local recreation levy, and citizens’ taxes. Thank you for your support.