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Dallas Pike Campground

Rt 1
Wheeling, WV 26003
No Email Address
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4 Reviews
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We also had the .75 mile guided tour thru the mobile home park and then the gravel road with numerous large potholes. Our "site" was an extra wide stretch of concrete pavement where the vehicles where parallel parked. This was the most depressing campground that we have ever visited. Our site was surrounded with litter and trash and our dog was even glad to leave!

Received from Bill for visit in Sep 2009

Site Number:6
Stay Again? NO
I just left Dallas Pike Camp Ground. Nowhere...and I repeat...NOWHERE...did I come near to dragging my vehicle on trees or roads. The pool is CLEAN AND SPARKLING. It is tested DAILY....state law. The 'guide' to get to the sites is sometimes necessary because of the layout of the grounds. The place even offers lodges with hot-tubs. The entrance to the grounds may look a bit 'unkept', but that is because they are preparing to tear down the office...which will be rebuilt in a better location. If you enjoy spending a few hours or days in a quiet, wooded, country setting, this is your place. The campground is conviently located next to I-70 at the Dallas Pike exit. It can be seen from the highway. Just across the highway from the campground is a major, new shopping plaza. It's called The Highlands. There is Cabela's to begin with. Yes...there is a WalMart. There are enough stores there now, to keep most shoppers and diners satisfied. More opening every month. Just a few miles to the west on I-70 is Wheeling, West Virginia...Oglebay Park Resort...Wheeling Island Gaming and Dog Racing...plus many sports and entertainment events. Don't pass this by without seeing for yourself. Best Wishes, D.B.

Received from Ed G for visit in Jul 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Had the exact same thing happen to us as the previous review. We where escorted around the park through winding small muddy roads with trees so close to the motorhome we narrowly got through . We ended up at the beginning where we started only to find a few sites that there barely wide enough to step out of our RV and not fall down a 5 foot drop.The 4 pull throughs that I saw where all the same. We lost our muffler and tail pipe on the way through the campgound. Which resulted in a $250.00 bill to get fixed, which the camp owner could not have cared less about. After they got our money with a credit card payment a few days before we arrived ,the owner told us the camp was not open on the day we arrived and did not even know who escorted us in. This place is a mess to say the least, the ' pool ' has not been used in years as well as most of the campground which was totally overgrown with weeds, grass, trees, etc. We only stayed because they charged our credit card before we got there.Please do yourself a favor and stay at the Wal-Mart which is at the next exit 1/2 mile down the road, where we say several RV's parked.

Received from Joe F for visit in May 2007

Site Number:3
Stay Again? NO
I don't know what to say here. Woodall's says 72 pull throughs but I didn't see them. We couldn't drive to our site alone. They had to escort us. I could see why. The road, and I use the term loosely, was a muddy, rutted, narrow mess through the trees. There were sites along it that looked like tent sites. We finally ended up almost where we began. There was a concrete strip to park on. It looked like it would hold about 4 Rvs in a line. Site width was about 18' max. Restrooms were closed. I didn't see any ammenties at all. It had one advantage over Walmart, FHU. Only one problem, I don't know that there are any Walmarts near the interstate and there aren't any campgrounds. We stopped there to see the Christmas light displays in Wheeling. They were well worth it.

Received from Ed H for visit in Nov 2005

Site Number:None
Stay Again? NO

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