Broken Wheel Campground's motto "Enter as strangers, leave as friends" is quite appropriate. It is a small, family-run campground in North Central West Virginia just minutes from Interstate 79. It makes a convenient stop for an overnight stay for those passing through the area. We've met many people dropping by on their way to other destinations. We've also met a lot of regulars who camp there on weekend get-aways from Morgantown or western PA, as well. We are presently making BWC our home-away-from-home, staying in one of their monthly sites until we can secure housing in the area. In addition to monthly sites, the campground has primitive sites for tent camping as well as a large section with water and electric hook-ups for everything from pop-ups on up to the big rigs. The roads and campsites consist of a gravel base. Trees are plentiful, but some sites are shadier than others. The sites aren't as large as we're used to, but they can fit a good-sized unit plus two cars. The water quality isn't great, but being in the mountains and in an area rich with minerals and such, that is understood. We ended up attaching a water filter to our hose and that has helped. Sewer hook-ups aren't available but there is a dump station on the premises. Each site also has a trash can, a picnic table, and a fire ring. The campground store has a TV area, pool tables, arcade games, and tables inside and out if you choose to use the WIFI available. It is well-stocked with supplies for fishing and camping, as well as some groceries and souvenirs. The grounds also have a nice playground, a pavilion, and a stream that runs through the campground. Catch-and-release fishing is allowed. One weekend a month there is a scheduled activity that may include a fishing tournament for the kids, karaoke, a pot-luck dinner, etc. There is also storage available on-site for RVs. Cell phone service is sporadic at the campground, but we discovered this is all over NCWV. Also, the rest rooms are not the cleanest. We found that many campers use the facilities within their units. Overall, we're enjoying our time at BWC!