- Entrance Gate
- First Time Kamper Assistance
- Grassy, Shaded Sites
- Long-term Sites
- New Family style bathhouse
- No Permanent Sites
- Open Sites for Satellite
- Patio Sites
- Renovated bathhouse
- RV Sewer Dump ($)
- Two New laundries, new machines
All Themed Weekends
We have upped the anti for 2012 ;) We will have themed weekend activities every weekend in the summer season (Memorial Day through Labor Day). we will be having a theme for the weekend in which the Saturday activity or game, movie and kid's kraft will correspond with this theme. Some weekends the staff will even dress up to go along with the theme and increase the fun times!!!!Download the details
Malcomb Springs Mining Co.
Our new Gem Mining attraction will give each kamper the opportunity to feel like a prospector. Select from different size bags loaded with different types of gems or fossils. Once you have your bag of dirt, take it to the flowing stream of water. You'll sift through the dirt to find the prizes! Super fun, and highly addictive, it's great for the whole family! Not only will this be fun, but you might learn something about geology and have a keepsake gem to keep or give away.
We have a basketball hoop mounted to the barn. We also have basketballs that you can borrow. Make some new friends in the park by starting a game!
Fishing (Catch & Release)
We have three stocked ponds for you and all your fishing plans. Our kiddy pond is overstocked with bluegill by the kabins. The swim lake and fishing pond are stocked with small and large mouth bass, bluegill, catfish, and carp. All fishing is on a catch and release only basis, so that way everyone can enjoy the fun!
The swim lake is right by the kampstore and office. To call the swim lake the iconic image of our kampground would be an understatement. With its cool blue color and crisp temperature, everyone enjoys swimming in it! There is a roped off section for kiddos and then the deep end for older kids and adults. There's a platform that you can swim out to and jump off of, or just sunbathe. You gotta come check it out! It's the best!
WEST BOUND travelers on Hwy. 60 will pass the yellow KOA sign and after 500 feet make a sharp right turn onto Fox Fire Road.
EAST BOUND travelers on Hwy. 60 will make an easy left turn onto Fox Fire Road. The larger KOA sign will be seen up the road on the left well past the turn.
A smaller KOA sign on the south side of Hwy. 60 appears at the Fox Fire Road entrance along with Blue Trail Blazer signs in either direction.
KOA park entrance is 1/4 mile at end of Fox Fire Road.
Special thanks to Kuyler McComas for providing many of our professional photographs. He can be reached at Kuyman@gmail.com or 304.633.7809
Guest Service Guide
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Meet Your Hosts
"It's not work if your having fun!"The Andrews family has taken the "Life is Good" motto to heart. They resigned from their corporate jobs as a banker and engineer, sold their house, and bought a diamond-in-the-rough campground. Since purchasing the park in 2007, the owners have put more than one million dollars into the park to restore its natural beauty and wonder.
They're always making some sort of improvement and coming up with new and fun ideas for those summer weekends. Every year, they add something new to the park to entertain the guests. This year, it's premium patio sites and cable TV ! "Cable has been requested for several years and we finally were able to get it done!" We're really proud to introduce to our guests these new premium patio sites. "We always try to make opportunities for family memories here, whether it's during craft's, swimming, or planned activities,"
Southern hospitality is the name of the game for the Andrews family. They couldn't imagine running a business any other way. With all the friends they've made, every year gets better and better. "We don't call our campers 'customers', because they are our guests. We make guest service our number one priority!"
We invite you to the camp with us at Huntington KOA. Be sure to stop and say hi, we would enjoy meeting you and your family. We'll have a sweet tea or ice cream on the front porch. See you soon.