Horrible place, mismanaged and terrible facilities. The "camping" sites are no more than a small open field with a few picnic tables side by side and the highway on one side and a dirt road on the other side. The ONE night we wasted here there were rednecks spinning their tires and revving up their engines on the dirt road throwing dirt and dust all over the tents and the noise from the highway kept you up all night. There were campers on the other side of the small field smoking pot in broad daylight with none of the Burning Rock"staff" saying a word to them. The staff also failed to address the issues with the rednecks revving up their trucks and spinning their tires all the way up and down the entrance to the "park" with people walking around everywhere. Talk about a dangerous situation! They also do not have posted anywhere on their website that passengers are not allowed on motorcycles on the trails: http://www.burningrockwv.com/atv-rules-regulations nor do they tell you this when you call. We paid over the phone, drove nearly 100 miles to get there only to be treated like 2nd class citizens when we arrive because they did not have our name on the list (that they had printed early that morning, we paid later that afternoon). After the hassle of being accused of lying about paying over the phone they finally gave us our "camp site" and 1 year passes. Then the next morning after riding on the trails one of the RUDE staff tells us we are not allowed to ride 2UP and he was going to tell the park ranger in the morning to have us removed from the park. He was very unprofessional, stated that he should have made my fiancee walk back from the trails even if it was "five miles". So we just packed up our stuff and left instead of wasting another day at this shit hole.
My score for Burning Rock ATV park? -1 out of 100, they suck. It is a real shame because some of the trails were not bad but the terrible staff and terrible "camping" areas make it a big failure.