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223 Avalon Road

 

Paw Paw, WV  25434 

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TEL:  304-947-5600

E-MAIL: information@avalon-resort.com

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CAMPING

Avalon Resort has three beautiful campground areas with 127 sites and 2 bathhouses complete with laundry facilities. , access to a bath house and Cabin rentals are also available.  Some sites offer full hook-ups, easy pull through for larger R.V.’s and others offer rustic primitive camping sites. Sites can be reserved for short or long term camping. 

 

The Main Campground features a wide variety of spaces. Some sites are dedicated to primitive tents or self-contained small trailers while other sites feature full hookups and some have the space needed for larger RVs or travel trailers.

 

The Meadow Campground has 6 large pull-thru sites and two locations for trailers each with water and electric (no sewer, however a dump station is on site). Self-contained or tent camping is permitted anywhere in the Meadow.

 

The Pine Grove is a popular location for tent camping. Conveniently located next to the outdoor pool, dining room and near the Pickle Ball and Volley Ball courts, this is a perfect location to pitch a tent. This area has a large common fire pit for those social evenings and also has easy access for the physically challenged. Bathroom and shower facilities are also nearby at the outdoor pool (when open) and the indoor Aquatics Center.

 

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Firewood for sale at Avalon

Information regarding location and price is at the Avalon office.

 

It is a West Virginia law regarding firewood that it be burned where it is purchased. It is against the law to bring firewood into West Virginia from out of state.

 

Firewood, a staple of almost any camping trip, can be a simple and useful forest product. But when you transport firewood to your campsite or vacation home, you could unknowingly spread dangerous insects and diseases, which have the potential to kill millions of trees.

Transported firewood could spread devastating invasive species, including:
•The emerald ash borer;
•The Asian longhorned beetle;
•The European gypsy moth; and
•Pathogens such as Beech bark disease and redbay wilt, among others.

The Nature Conservancy urges campers, travelers and homeowners to purchase their firewood locally to avoid the spread of invasive infestations. To best protect trees, make sure all your firewood is sourced less than 50 miles from where it will be burned.

Buy Where You Burn

With the increase of non-native insects and diseases throughout the country, campers can no longer transfer firewood without risk. It is imperative when we use firewood to camp, hunt or heat our homes that we buy wood where we burn it.

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