Pretty much all of these are less than 6 hours away from you here in WV. Some scenic some have good fishing, some has bothÖ.
-South Branch of Potomac: Smokehole canyon(kinda hard to catch, prolly most remote in state) and "The Trough" (holds water well, still pretty remote) are the premier overnighters in the state.
-The Greenbrier River-The longest free flowing river in the eastern US provides over 100 miles of camping opportunities. Above Marlington itís a little more seasonal, below Marlington runs much more of the year, great fishing.
-The New River has lots of access and camping options with various levels of whitewater. Pretty much always running.
-Gauley River has a few overnight options. Light whitewater abover Summersville dam and the famous gorge below
-Shavers Fork has options in the lower and upper sections, with large falls in the middle. Very secluded, holds water better in the bottom than at the top.
-Cheat river has a couple options some flat water, some big rapids. Some more secluded than others.
-North Branch of the Potomac has lotsa options and some whitewater release but runs most of the year
With a little planning others can be found like Dry fork and Black Fork of the Cheat or bluestone river.
Some out of WV that are nice: Red River Gorge KY, Big South Fork TN/KY, New in VA around Pearisburg, Potomac Rvr VA, James in Va and the south Fork of the Shenandoah in VA
Iíll provide more info as far as access, camp sites, maps and fishing if requested