The J.G. Bradley Campground and Lodge is adjacent to the Buffalo Creek Recreational Trail, a stunningly gorgeous 22-mile long trail that offers hiking, cycling, swimming, and fishing. You can also ride horses or ATVs on nearby country roads. Take advantage of the new Buffalo Creek and Gauley rail bike attraction. A short walk down the rail road to the new Elk River Railroad State Park will get you to the best fishing, hiking/biking trail in the state.
The comfortable rooms, spacious common area, kitchenette, and large creek-side deck offer the perfect location to host weddings, reunions, parties, and more.
Located nearby is the town of Clay, the county seat, in which the annual Golden Delicious Apple Festival is held the 3rd week of September, providing a wonderful week of lively music, dancing, baking contests, rides, games, parades, fireworks, and even food and craft vendors.
Various Ways to Enjoy Your Outdoor Experience
J.G. Bradley Campground allows for a variety of camping styles. There are full and partial hookups for RVs (30 & 50 amps) as well as multiple locations for more traditional tent camping. The camping area hosts a men and women's separated bathhouse with toilets and shower units. A covered pavillion and a separate hunting/privacy cabin sits on the site and available for rent,
J.G Bradley Lodge and Campground is a great location to host events such as parties, reunions, weddings, and more! The large deck and open grounds provide ample space for gatherings, no matter the size. A new bathhouse is onsite and a covered pavillion as well. The site over looks Buffalo Creek's finest swimming holes and is a short walk from the Elk River Railroad State Park.
Each of our lodge rooms offers:
* Full-sized beds
* Personal bathrooms
* Toiletries, towels, and linens
* Antique furniture
* Iron, ironing board, and hair drier
* Handicap-accessible room (king-sized bed with bunkbeds) and a walk-in handicap shower