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Spend time camping along the country roads in this Appalachian state and soon you too will be humming "Almost heaven, West Virginia". Recreation reigns near West Virginia campgrounds. The Monongahela National Forest offers an ideal playground—over a thousand square miles of rocky knobs and wooded trails perfect for hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing. The Highland Scenic Highway lets the less-sporty enjoy the terrain as well. South of Flatwoods, the New River delivers striking gorge scenery and exciting whitewater rafting. In the northeast, Harpers Ferry preserves Civil War history. Enjoy all the sights and sounds of West Virginia from your RV, cabin or tent.