When it comes to camping, Dillard Price, superintendent at Beech Fork State Park, offers the single most critical piece of advice for newbies: “Plan ahead.”
And Dillard knows a thing or two about camping. He oversees four campgrounds with a total of 275 campsites — the most in the West Virginia State Parks system. Visitors pour in year-round to set up camp, many for their first camping experience. Travelers are encouraged to do a little bit of research ahead of time.
Get the tips from WV State Parks here - https://wvstateparks.com/camping-for-the-first-time-in-a-wv-state-park-or-forest-follow-these-pro-tips-and-best-practices/