Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse

(2 Reviews)

278 Summersville Lake Road, Mt Nebo, WV

304-872-5975

Official Website

GPS: 38.1995, -80.866

Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse is located at 278 Summersville Lake Road, Mt Nebo, West Virginia 26679 with a total of 65 campsites. Before your trip to Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse, check out website at https://summersvillelakeretreat.com/ or contact them through 304-872-5975 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

38.1995, -80.866

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 38.1995, -80.866

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Overview of Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse


Last Price Paid: $40

Reported by Wildwood Corgis on 07.11.2021

Longest RV Reported: 39 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

65

Pad Type:

asphalt

Elevation:

2,001 ft / 609 m

Max Length:

75 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse

2 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Wildwood Corgis
    Bait and Switch

    Reviewed 11/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Beware when making a reservation here!! We arrived for 6 nights only to be told we were in another campground about 5 miles away - and that, “This sometimes happens”. We were directed to a TERRIBLE campground called Mountain Top RV, it’s not even on the map! Make sure you verify (maybe even over the phone), which place you are in, and Do Not go to Mountain Top RV!!

  • Area Guides Avatar RV Pilgrims
    Decent private park near a fantastic lake

    Reviewed 11/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 23

    We arrived at Summersville Lake Retreat on a Friday in July, and were pleased to find that they had a space for us. The roads in the park were easily passable, with an entry gate to keep non-campers out. The staff was pleasant on arrival and departure.Site 23 was long and somewhat sloped (manageable with Anderson Levelers), with a thin gravel pad, 30 amp electric, water, picnic table and a fire ring. The spaces were more widely spaced than is typical for a private park. The park does not have a dump station (which we were told on arrival), nor do they have laundry facilities. There is plenty of grassy area for kids to play, and a playground (Covid closed, as was the bathhouse). The premium, FHU sites have a nice view of Summersville Lake.The park has a faux lighthouse (created from a wind turbine) which you can tour for a fee, and a gift shop that we did not patronize. Overall, it was a nice spot, although a bit pricey for what you get.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 07/11/2020

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 07/11/2020

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