What a beautiful setting for one of the best RV / Camping areas West Virginia has to offer. Close to everything WV, wildlife abound, fishing hiking, rafting, canoeing, biking, motorcycling, rock climbing, golf, restaurants, lodging, and yet, WV state parks are letting this gem of an opportunity pass it by. The RV site's need a drastic infusion of $$ which it is my belief, will be returning 10 fold. Spend a day watching Rv'ers try and negotiate the tight spots with little 30 foot bumper tow's, parking cars in the grass, etc., etc., all because the spaces are so small and the park has been neglected. Make the investment and it will be returned over and over. Heck, the small town of Hinton and Athens would even benifit from an RV park expansion/upgrade. There are plenty of park workers flying by and all seem to accept standard as the norm. Go big Pipestem, your sitting on a good mine. No thanks needed. Wakeup and just did it, the workers who live here are deserving.