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Culloden is a tiny town on the Interstate 64 corridor located between Huntington and Charleston, West Virginia. Just over 2,000 residents call Culloden home, so don’t expect to see big city lights and a lively downtown when you rent an RV in town. Fortunately, Culloden is smack dab in the middle of one of the most outdoor-friendly areas east of the Mississippi River.

When you book an RV in Culloden, West Virginia, you’ll experience amazing rolling foothills and magical ancient mountains, delightful forested areas, small-town hospitality and charm that can’t be found in the larger cities like Charleston. While the town of Culloden itself might not be the most exciting, it serves as an ideal place to rent an RV to explore the tri-state area between West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky.

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Great Outdoors

If you hope to see some magical wilderness and enjoy wide open recreation areas, West Virginia is the state you are looking for. Culloden doesn’t have much to offer with regards to parks or communal spaces but fret not: the surrounding areas are full of lovely little outdoor sanctuaries to bring you much-needed relief from the city life.

Mill Creek Wildlife Management Area is the closest noteworthy area to town that deserves a visit when you rent an RV in Culloden. The park is known for its hunting during the fall and winter months, but summer hiking is common at Mill Creek. Shawnee Regional Park is another first-class park showcasing the state’s love for recreation. Here, visitors to the park enjoy the many sports fields, courts, and pools.

Kanawha State Forest operates like a state park and has many camping sites for you and your Culloden camper rental. Hiking is popular there in addition to geocaching, cross-country skiing in the winter, and mountain biking. A pool is available throughout the summer; all sorts of recreational activities are possible in the forest.

Crown City Wildlife Management Area is a massive tract of land in southern Ohio, just over the border, that was once an over-harvested timber forest. After the land was donated for public use, it has since become a popular hunting, fishing, trapping, and hiking ground for all to enjoy.

Monongahela National Forest and Daniel Boone National Forest are two of the closest and best places to take your Culloden motorhome rental overnight while in search of breathtaking wilderness and tranquility. Monongahela lies in the Allegheny Mountains and features some incredible sights, like Blackwater Canyon or Douglas Falls on the Blackwater River. Daniel Boone National Forest attracts over one million visitors a year to breathe in its fresh mountain air and engage in some of the many available recreation activities. There are lots of campgrounds, marinas, and boat launches. If you’ve got a boat or personal watercraft along for the ride on the Culloden travel trailer rental vacation, you can enjoy the rivers, streams, and lakes of Kentucky.

In the City

Culloden is not all that exciting which makes it a nice place to relax and get out to the more natural areas that West Virginia is known for. But if you really seek some cultural institutions or things to do, Charleston and Huntington are just a stone’s throw away. The Huntington Museum of Art is the largest in West Virginia and has thousands of works of art on display with artists from all over the world. The museum is unique and owns lots of natural hiking trails on its 52-acre campus.

The Farm Heritage Museum and Village is a great place to learn about the agricultural history and heritage of West Virginia. Lots of Appalachian artifacts populate the barns belonging to the museum, while children can pet one of the many animals in the petting zoo.

The Museum of Radio and Technology is yet another fascinating institution designed to educate and help people learn about the objects that we use every day. Last but not least, take a ride on the New River Train owned and operated by the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Society, which brings passengers through hundreds of miles of jaw-dropping wilderness area.

RV Parks to Visit

You won’t need to drive very far after renting an RV in Culloden, because there are plenty of places to stay overnight in the area. Jim’s Camping and Storage is just outside of town along I-64 and possesses camping spaces for you and your Culloden luxury RV rental. The Mud River is a great place to fish and swim and runs alongside the campground.

Little Coal River Campground is farther off the beaten path. The year-round campground is quite basic, but comfortable and peaceful. Huntington/Fox Fire KOA Campground is easy to find right off of the Interstate. This pet-friendly park is known for its excellent fishing. You can also rent bicycles to explore the nearby trails in the area.

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