Huntington / Fox Fire KOA

Milton, West Virginia

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Welcome to wild and wonderful West Virginia! This KOA is on the western edge of the state where Southern hospitality is still in fashion and every camper is a special guest. Enjoy the beautiful campground amenities and helpful staff. This KOA can accommodate any camping unit - from the smallest pup tent to the largest big rig. Drop in for an overnight stay or plan your vacation for several days. The campground is conveniently located adjacent to I-64 in the western Metro Valley region of West Virginia between Huntington and Charleston. Plan a trip to local attractions such as the Blenko Glass Company or take an excursion to the Mountain Lakes region. Make this KOA your base camp to enjoy all the tri-state area has to offer. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Brent and Sheila Andrews, owners.

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