A Starry Night And Your Keystone Outback: Almost Heaven

Come surround yourself in nature!

To enjoy one of the best planetariums that Mother Nature has to offer, visit West Virginia’s Spruce Knob with your Keystone Outback. Reduced levels of air pollution and the area’s remote location mean you’ll be able to see stars that are invisible almost everywhere else in the region. As Spruce Knob is the highest point in West Virginia, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world, surrounded by the dense forests of the Allegheny Mountains. A campsite for your Keystone Outback is available in both Spruce Knob Lake (43 spots) or the small Gatewood Group Campground (3 spots). No electric hookups are available, but there are bathrooms and a solar powered system for drinking water. Firewood is also sold on site. Because of its high altitude, the weather is often significantly cooler and breezier than at lower elevations. You’ll want to pack extra sweaters and blankets for those late night stargazing sessions.