RV & Tent Camping
Tappan Lake Park offers a variety of campsites that range from full hook-up to primitive campsites nestled in the woods. More than 550 campsites are available for RVs and tents to camp for a night or longer (discounted 30-day camping rates are also available). Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. If you choose an electric campsite, 30-amp service is provided.
Enjoy the beautiful park setting all summer with seasonal camping. Whether you choose to stay in the campground all season or prefer the convenience of a campsite ready for your enjoyment, seasonal camping offers a discount from the daily camping rate. A seasonal camping permit is available for a seven (7) month period, April 1 - October 31. A limited number of campsites are designated for seasonal camping. For more information about becoming a seasonal camper, click here.
Discounts : Discounts apply only to the senior citizen or veteran staying at the campsite or cabin. Discounts cannot be combined.
Senior Citizen: 10% discount the daily camping rate year round. Must be 60 years of age to qualify with valid ID.
Veterans: 10% discount off daily camping and daily cabin rentals year round. Verification from the Veterans Administration required.
Active Duty Military: 25% discount off daily camping and daily cabin rate, based on availability year round. Official document from the Department of Defense (DOD) required. Free park admission.
Former Prisoners of War and 100% Disabled American Veterans: 50% discount off of the daily and 30-day camping rate year round. 25% discount off daily camping and daily cabin rate, based on availability, year round. Lifetime free park admission. Verification from the Veterans Administration required.
Seasonal Camping: Permits to camp April 1 - October 31 at a discounted rate from daily camping.
Off-Season Camping: Discounted camping rates are available November 1 - March 31.
Pets are welcome in all areas except for Area 4.
Tappan Park has been rated the "Best of the Best" two years in a row by Weirton Daily Times and the Steubenville Herald Star.