Fairly level gravel pull through surrounded by very muddy grass. Good power,water and cable. Useless Wi-Fi. Smashed a large gouge in the bottom of our fifth wheel overhang and a large dent in the truck on the turn and hill at the entrance. Will not stay here again.
Rate is for a super site, including tax. Sites are nice, large, level, with picnic table with chair backs, and fire pit. Renovated baths were pretty but strange. The men's room was not clean, women's was. Have you ever seen a sink with no bowl, just a slanted piece of marble? Showers looked like the rain style with a faucet in the ceiling (not good if you don't want to get your hair wet). Wi-Fi was Tengo free for an hour a day. Would expect more for the price. It is just 2 miles from the oceanfront where there is a free parking lot for the campground. There are lots of places to eat at the oceanfront. There are also lots of places to shop and to eat a short ways south. It is very close to the Virginia Aquarium. We stayed here for our maiden voyage.
Pretty spot in the woods but close by to everything. Fairly large level sites, some with hookups on the wrong side. Rate was for FHU. No WIFI but good Verizon and AT&T signals. Noise from gun range ends at dusk. Lots of places to walk the dog. Very convenient to visit the battlefield or Air and Space Museum at Dulles.
Pretty spot in the woods. Fairly level gravel sites - some are tight others are fine. Be sure to get sewer site since dump station is tough to get to. Less than 2 miles to Blue Ridge Parkway. About 15 miles to grocery/gas/Walmart. Lots for kids on the weekend, nice and quiet during the week. New owners are very nice and continue improvements. They have taken down quite a few trees and done a better job of marking roads/sites so it is much more navigable. They have also tried to level sites and have put down lots of new gravel. Only a couple of over the air TV stations. Weak Verizon signal, no AT&T signal, and slow but free Wi-Fi. Great location for visiting the Parkway, Natural Bridge, Lynchburg.
Large level sites - crushed stone inside landscape timbers. We paid extra for a pull through and were able to stay hooked up, the backins look easy to get into. Very clean bathrooms. Nice dog park. Good water, cable, WI-FI. Trash pickup at site. We were in the middle of the park, and did not have a problem with road noise. About one mile from the interstate, but located right along the interstate. Very convenient if traveling. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
We had a level gravel pull through surrounded by grass, long and level enough that we did not have to unhook for one night. Place is pretty and very clean. Bathrooms are dated but clean. There is a lot of road noise, especially in the 'one night' pull through sites. Some of the backin sites are cement, others are gravel. Convenient location, but expensive. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
Sites are gravel surrounded by grass and the gravel portion is level. Campground is on a hill, and has great views. Utilities, including WIFI, are fine. Bathrooms and grounds are very clean. Staff and other campers are very friendly. Location is quiet yet close to lots to do. Surrounded by Amish farmland. We enjoyed watching them bale hay then spread manure across the street. This is a great place, wish we were staying longer. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
We had a large pull through level dirt/gravel site surrounded by grass. The one-two night stays are in the sites that get very muddy when it rains, which a little bit of gravel would solve. This is a spot for canoing and tubing the river, so we were not surprised bathrooms were dirty on a Sunday but the cleaning supplies sitting outside had not been used by late the next morning. WiFi was OK if you went to the store. Very convenient to interstate (and for heading down the Delaware Water Gap). Huge place with lots of tent sites - great for walking the dog. Our Golden swam in the river. It is an OK place for one night traveling. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
Pull through sites at the front of the campground are level gravel surrounded by grass. Most are fine, but ours did not have room for the picnic table on the curb side. Bathrooms were clean. Mosquitoes were bad in the wooded part in the back of the campground with some 'tired' looking seasonal. For us, the location to visit family for a last minute weekend stay was fine. Is OK for one or two nights. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
Dirt/gravel site surrounded by dirt/gravel. We needed one board to level. Gravel roads are a bit tight with trees. We were able to pick which pull through site we wanted. Bathrooms were clean. Convenient to interstate and to downtown Freeport. Friendly owners. Good for a night or two if your unit isn't too large.
Great location. Rate is for 30 amp FHU. No reservations - drive and pick your site, setup then pay. We arrived around 10am on a Sunday and had a choice of pull throughs by the road or a pull through on top of the hill. Although the latter are on a slope, they have more ambiance and are larger. Our site was level side to side with slope front to back. Pay 6 nights for 7, cash or American check only. Clean bathrooms and showers (25 cents for 5 minutes). Clean laundry (cold water only) and only $1 each for wash and dry. Wi-Fi has a strong signal but very slow to download; fast to upload. On the shuttle bus route. Dog friendly. Friendly campers and work campers. Pick wild blueberries at top of the hill. Gravel sites surrounded by grass. Beautiful tent sites in the woods. Mix of decent looking W/E sites. We would return if coming to this area.
Large level gravel sites surrounded by grass with some shade. Good water, power, WIFI and cable. Very clean bathrooms. Adult oriented. Very clean and well kept. There was a problem with our power and they replaced the breaker right away, despite the pouring rain. Friendly staff. We only stayed two nights, so did not find the seasonal campers to be friendly. Great place for a night or two. Close to Bangor. New grocery nearby. Good spot for dog walking. We would stay here again.
Beautiful, friendly adult oriented campground. Level gravel sites surrounded by grass. Middle area are pull through, outer circle back in. We had a very nice site (19) with the Moose River about 15 ft from the back window. Good water, power, WIFI and cable with utilities in good location. Good laundry with deep sink. Extremely friendly owners and campers, especially if you enjoy sitting in rockers on front porch and visiting. Very well kept. Convenient to lots of things to do, including Dog Mountain which our Golden really enjoyed. Several folks return every summer and stay a month or two. First campground we have stayed at where neighbors came and knocked on door in morning to welcome us. Planned to stay 2 nights, stayed 5 - they were full for the weekend. We would certainly stay here again.
Interesting spot as long as your rig is not too large. Back in spots on grass with utilities between each two sites, so might be on the wrong side. We did not see the sewer hookup until parked and did not have enough hose. Very good water, good power, cable and WIFI. Bathrooms were old, but relatively clean. Did not use laundry other than deep sink. Interesting old style north country bar/restaurant with good food - we enjoyed the weekend prime rib and fried haddock. Lots of trails for walking (snowmobiling). Great spot for local canoe/kayaking. Mostly folks who spend 2 to 4 weeks every year. Nothing really for kids, great for adults. Friendly campers and owners. Not much in this area w/ hookups. We were torn between rating 6 or 7.
Paved roads and sites. Site level side-to-side with some slope front-back with large grassy site with fire ring, picnic table, and shade. Very nice, clean bathrooms. Clean inexpensive laundry. Nice pool and hot tub. Very good WI-FI. Price was for a week stay. Free shuttle to casino. Short distance to harness races. Nearby Rome and Sylvan Beach and reasonable distance to Syracuse. Would give it a 10, if it had a dog park.
Rate for E/W/S with senior pass. Paved sites level side to side some slope front-back. Nice large sites on a pretty lake. Lots of easy walking around the campground. Bathrooms were very clean, but somewhat old. Recommend this park. It was busy during July and lots of smokey campfires. It is about 15 miles to a grocery.
Some sites are small or on a hillside, others are medium to large but fairly level - so pick your site carefully. The roads are rutted and could use some work. The bathrooms are older, but clean. We had no problem with elec/water/sewer. There is WIFI at the activity building. We got plenty of over the air TV and good Verizon cell coverage. We were there on a rainy weekend so there were only a few seasonal campers, but the kids were well behaved and the wood fires weren't smokey. Staff was friendly. It poured and the sites all seemed to drain just fine. It is about 5 miles to a major grocery. We stayed as guests, rate is for one weekend night and 2 Passport America nights. Our Golden Retriever gave it a 10 for a great place to swim, to walk, to chew on sticks and to get pets from other campers. It is a good location to visit Lynchburg and we will probably stay again to visit family.
Very pretty COE campground with gravel sites, electric and water hookup and new bathhouses which were clean on our weekday visit. Some sites are hard to get into with a larger rig or have trees in the way, but many work just fine. Many sites have a view of the lake. Work has been done to eliminate trees which helps. Sites are large, typically with a spot (at least nearby) to park a boat. Rate was with senior pass.
Some sites are large, others are small (for a county park). All are on sand/grass and pretty level. The power/sewer on our site was on the wrong side so we had to pull in forward and put the picnic table over the next door sewer connection. They have put down sand to fill in the soft spots, and both light and dark sand track into the camper. The bathrooms are old, but clean. Laundry looked clean. Folks are very friendly and there is lots to do at this county park. There is a huge dog park, used by lots of locals, with a dog rinse station.
Our site was back in on grass with cement patio. Bathrooms are very nice and very clean. Utilities are fine. Folks are very friendly. Huge dog park, with a nice social hour. Tons and tons of activities; we met with the amateur radio group. Three hot tubs, two pools. We did not use the steam room or sauna. Poolside bar and restaurant. Close to grocery, hardware, and great Amish market. Poor Wi-fi. Great place to spend some time, not what I would pick for an overnight.
Level, paved, back in sites surrounded by grass, with free morning paper delivered to your site, breakfast and lunch special, good wi-fi. Clean bathrooms. Friendly folks. Shuttle service to Lazy Days, but not a lot of high pressure. We would stay again.
Can't complain about a long, level, pull through on grass for the Passport America rate of $18 in February. We didn't pay extra for Wi-fi. Large dog park and lots of places to walk the dog. Very friendly folks. Clean bathrooms.
Long, level, pull through, cement sites surrounded by grass. Close to interstate but not a lot of noise. Friendly owners. Clean bathrooms. Only drawback is no hot tub. Great find for an overnight or to spend a few days. Fuel close by.
Great spot for an overnight or a few days. Rate was Passport America. Long level grass sites, no need to unhook. Minimal road noise. Very clean bathrooms. Friendly owner. Navigable gas stations with diesel on the other side of the interstate. We have stayed before and will stay again.
We had a 30 amp W/E pull-through gravel site, level side to side but quite a slope toward the front, so even for one night had to unhook. The bathrooms and laundry were clean. The 50 amp FHU sites look nicer, but cost much more. Right next to the interstate so there is a lot of noise.
We picked this as a spot to stay a couple of nights and were not disappointed. The sites, mostly back-in, are large and level gravel, surrounded by grass with a cement patio including a charcoal grill, table and two chairs and swing facing the lake. The laundry and bath were small, but very clean. The owners were friendly. We had full hookups, Wi-Fi, cable and a back-in facing the pond.
Some gravel sites, some with (new?) level cement pads. Somewhat strange layout on cement pad sites, but works fine for one night. Very friendly owner. Dog was able to swim in the pond. Bathrooms and laundry are old, but were clean. Far enough from interstate that there is no road noise. It appears this is a new owner, and they are making improvements.
Large level cement pads. We had a great pull through with shade but no trees in the way, surrounded by grass. Bathrooms and laundry are clean. Small dog park by the office. Large dog park on the edge of the park but too many burrs to get there. Close to interstate but road noise did not bother at night. Very close to Cowboy Museum. Good spot for a few days in OKC.
Large level concrete pad sites with paved roads surrounded by stone. No shade (maybe in a few years). Clean bathrooms and laundry. Large grassy areas to walk dog, but no dog park. Quite a few long term/permanent campers, but not much noise. Far enough from interstate. Very convenient to see Cadillac Ranch.
Large, level gravel sites surrounded by sand/grass and tons of burrs which even came into the camper on the bottom of sneakers. Clean bathrooms and laundry. Wi-Fi antenna was broken so only get Wi-Fi at office. Cable was very fuzzy. Restaurant food was so-so, but very convenient.
Gravel sites are wide enough, but some are quite short. Place is very well kept. Bathrooms and laundry are very clean. No dog park, just a walk area along the RR tracks. Good location to visit Durango. The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge RR runs right through the campground, which is interesting to see.
Large level gravel sites with shade trees to the side. Very clean bathrooms and laundry (one each washer/dryer). Bath/laundry has not been renovated like the rest of the park, it sort of 'primitive'. Lots of over the air TV. Strong WI-FI signal but often slow throughput. Friendly owner who provides lots of information about the area. Great city dog park close by. Groceries and Walmart nearby.
Level gravel sites, many with shade and some grass. Our site was not in the shade, but was just fine. Very clean bathrooms and laundry, but it could use more than 2 washers and dryers. Very friendly staff. Far enough from the main road that it is quiet. Rate was Passport America. About 5 miles south of town. You can wash camper for a small fee. Ok WIFI.
Level gravel sites surrounded by grass and well placed shade trees. Very clean bathrooms and laundry. Our site backed up to Rt 24 with a nice view of the gas station, Subway, and Day's Inn. Most lights went out by 10, about the same time the traffic died down. Very good WIFI. Owners were snippy at times but very friendly other times - gave us fresh squash from the garden. Nice large area to walk the dog, but they MUST remain leashed. Convenient to Capitol Reef. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
Our site (104) was relatively level gravel with shade trees, grass, and picnic table. WI-FI had good signal strength but very poor throughput and kept disconnecting. Great location to visit Bryce with FHU. Huge park, and the sites will vary based on your location. Expensive for what you get.
Clean well kept park with gravel sites. Would have had a better rating if we could have gotten level or could have left our truck hooked up for a one night stay. Bathrooms were clean. Did not pay for cable, but got over the air TV (PBS) just fine.
Large level gravel sites. Some grassy spots. Some shady spots. Cable TV but no Wi-Fi (saw folks with laptops at the market nearby). Bathrooms were clean with hot water and good water pressure, we didn't drive up to the camper showers. Mule deer and elk wander into the campground. Location, location, location. Shuttle near campground, but we didn't use it as we took our dog walking with us.
Large level gravel sites with concrete patio. All hookups are at good locations. Bathrooms are very clean. Good free Wi-Fi. Free coffee and muffin in morning. Great for a one night stop along the road. We stopped after driving through the Painted Desert/Petrified Forest.
Level paved or gravel sites surrounded by stone or grass. Large enough. Small to medium sized trees for shade, so in the shaded sites at least the square picnic table will get shade. We had a nice breeze most days. Very clean bathrooms and laundry. Somewhat fuzzy cable, very slow Wi-Fi, nice pool and continental breakfast. On the hill west of town, 5 miles to drug and grocery stores, convenient to Old Town and the great farmer's market on Saturday. Medium size dog park with a large tree and benches. Friendly work campers. We would stay here again.
Large gravel parking lot with large level RV sites. A few trees. Lots of room to turn and park. Good WIFI, clean restrooms, good cable (we paid the extra $1). Great one night stop for the price. Near the railroad yard. Free XIT Museum was very interesting. We would stay here again.
Large level cement pad sites; easy to maneuver. Rate was Passport America. Bathrooms were outdated and needed a good cleaning but shower had lots of hot water with good water pressure. Very friendly owner and a great place for the dog to retrieve. Good WI-FI. Verizon cell coverage. No over the air TV.
Long fairly level pull through gravel sites. Rustic but fairly clean bathrooms; low flow shower heads. Great spot to walk the dog and throw for her to retrieve. Friendly campground cat. Rate was Passport America. Good for an overnight, or longer if doing things in the area. Good WI-FI, over the air TV.
Long, level, gravel sites are narrow. Looks like nice landscaping where there is not a drought. Restrooms were very clean and nice. Adjacent to county fairgrounds which make a nice spot to walk the dog. About 15 minute ride to nice park with off leash dog area on a lake. Each site has a little shade. The pool was refreshing. Friendly staff. Concrete patio. Convenient to interstate.
We stayed in Whispering Pines, campground D. This is a new loop with large level, gravel back in sites (at an angle) and a new very nice very clean bathhouse. Sites are water and electric along Wilson Creek. There is no over the air TV. We had Verizon cell. This campground is about 3 miles from the interstate, and another 3 or 4 miles to the park office. The park itself has a beautiful lake and great walking trails. With a reservation you don't have to drive all the way to the office. Although expensive for one night (because of the $5 reservation fee, even for walk in), it is a nice place to stop. Our rate was with the reservation fee, not paying for any pets ($5 each/night), and with a VA State Park pass 10% discount. This campground used to be a private park, which was purchased by the state, leveled and made into very nice sites. We would stay here again. You most likely would need a reservation on the weekend.
Very large level gravel sites, either full hookup or electric only. Premium elec only sites on lakefront. Pretty spot on the lake, where our Golden Retriever found a swimming spot. Appears to have a lot of local folks, and reservations are necessary for weekends. Laundry was reasonable price, but we didn't use it. Just two miles to Wal-Mart. The friendly camp host said they are working on installing Wi-Fi.
Large paved sites are mostly level. Very pretty spot. Restrooms were clean. Would give it a higher rating but sites are at a 90 angle to the road, and the water temperature cannot be adjusted in the showers (pick cool or super hot) and low flow showerheads (and sink faucets) have very low pressure. Great spot to walk the dog. During our stay the $ Wi-Fi was free since one of the antennae was down. A private pump out service is available. We would stay here again.
There are large, paved sites surrounded by grass. Lots of kids on the weekend, but quiet during the week except for announcements from the horse park. Really great place to walk the dog. Wi-fi is $10 for 7 days. During the quiet week, showers were too hot. Private pump out service is available. Good over the air TV. This is a pretty park in a pretty area. We originally planned to stay 4 nights, ended up staying 9. We would stay here again.
New RV sites at a small grass field airport. Long level gravel pull through sites are narrow and lack picnic tables. View of the grass runway. Rate was Passport America. Easy 2 mi drive from interstate. No road noise; a train went through once. Fairly steep RR crossing as you enter park. Some standing water - had rained a lot. Extremely friendly owners (sit on the porch and visit a while) and lots of space to walk the dog. We will use this again for an overnight stop. Probably fun on a weekend when skydivers are jumping.
Pretty spot,convenient to interstate, but no road noise. For one night we had long level W/E pull through in the lower section, which was perfect. Other sites may be up a hill (road is paved). Restrooms were spotless, folks were friendly. Lots of space to walk the dog, but pond had too much algae for swimming -- she did enjoy wading in the creek. We camped here in a fifth wheel and would stay again.
Large level pull through sites very easy to navigate. Very nice clean bathrooms. Strong water pressure. Wi-Fi was OK, but slower when the park filled later in the day. Cable was OK (but no ESPN). Nice size fenced dog park, large enough for our Golden to run and fetch. Pool and hot tub were not yet open for the season. Close to I-95. Rate was Passport. You can wash your RV/vehicle here. Staff came to help us repair plumbing. Everyone was friendly. Great place for an overnight stop. We will definitely stay here again.
The sites are very large and level. Some are tucked in the woods and secluded. There are walking trails. The Wi-Fi at the office did not work. The bathrooms are showing their age. The sewer was backed up at one, so it was closed . With one bathroom closed on a weekend, the other one got quite nasty and stayed that way. The sand gnats were aggressive. The rate includes extra fees for a park pass & for the price we should have stayed across the road. We camped here in a fifth wheel.
Large level sites with enough trees for shade but not so many as to make it difficult to navigate. Very friendly campers, who organize pot lucks, dances, etc. Convenient to shopping, not too far to beaches. Large county park with disc golf and a large shaded dog park with water for both humans and dogs and separate small/large dog areas. The roads needed repair, which was in progress. There is Wi-Fi at the office. We would definitely stay here again, hopefully not in the site with the street light right over the bedroom skylight.
Roads are tight with low hanging limbs, but we saw large rigs managing. Site pictures and dimensions on the reservation site are accurate. Restrooms were clean. There was interesting wildlife (and odorous, with a skunk hanging around). It is a great place to ride bikes. The fort is interesting, and has beautiful sunset views. The dog beach was quite busy, but our Golden thought it was great. The dog park is huge, with separate large/small dog areas, and a shower to rinse off the salt water. We probably wouldn't stay again for the price.
Some standard sites are small, some are nice. Deluxe sites look nice and pull throughs very nice. Rate was for a week on a standard site, which was level and large but right on a busy corner. Folks were very friendly. Wi-Fi is very good. Hot tub is very nice. It was convenient to the dog beach, attractions and shopping. We would stay again.
We had a long level W/E pull through in The Oaks; perfect for a couple of nights. Our spot has a low limb, but the site is huge and roads are large enough that we can maneuver to avoid with our mid profile fifth wheel. Staff and other campers are friendly. Free Wi-Fi at the activity center. We were glad to find this spot in February by calling in the AM (and glad to not be just down the road). There is a great farm market just down the street. Would have rated higher if it had a dog park and Wi-Fi at site. Would return here.
Large level pull through sites on grass with wide roads. Close to interstate but not much road noise. No fenced dog run, but a big grassy area for our Golden to play. Great spot for an overnight, and a bargain for FHU at the Passport America rate.
Decent sites. Wi-Fi is free for 8 hours every 24 hours. Extensive cable TV. Friendly owners and other campers. Lots of kids in the playground, all well behaved. Rate was PA with cable TV. Close to Corning, and close enough to Hammondsport/Keuka Lake. Great farmers market up in Bath on Wednesdays. Convenient to interstate, great one night stop. We enjoyed 5 days here.
Pretty, well maintained campground. Long level gravel sites with patio on super sites. Catfish ponds where our Golden enjoyed a swim. Clean bathrooms. Lots of facilities for kids: pool, playground. Camp store well stocked with RV supplies. Good over the air TV reception from both Charlottesville and Richmond. Long walk to bathroom and Wi-Fi hotspot at the office. Slow Wi-Fi. Friendly staff. Several campers were here because of no power at home after Hurricane Irene.
We stayed here for a family reunion. Of the 8 sites we had in loop 700, about 3 would work for our fifth wheel, most any would be fine for a popup, and several were very difficult for a tent to be placed anywhere but on gravel or in standing water. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Over the weekend there were lots of loud groups long into the night, and no park staff to quiet them.
Sites are wide, some are not very deep; most are level. Bathrooms were clean enough, but could have been better. Nice spot for our Golden to swim in the lake. Good location to visit family and locations on the north or west side of Syracuse.
Decent size level sites. Clean restrooms and laundry. Friendly owners. Rate was Passport America. Charge $10 to pump tanks Friday or Monday. Wi-Fi available at the office/laundry which is about 1/2 mile from the campsites. Great spot for our Golden to swim in Fish Creek. Convenient to visit Rome.
Large extremely clean campsites, very clean bathrooms and laundry. Very friendly owners and campers. Beautiful spot, convenient to White Mountains scenery. We had a nice FHU site in the field, parked on gravel but rest of site was grass. Very nice tent/popup sites right along the creek. Our Golden Retriever enjoyed swimming in the creek. Families with kids enjoyed swimming in creek and floating down creek to swimming hole. We paid a weekly rate. Would have stayed longer had we not had future reservations and definitely will return if we are back in the area. Plan on a ride to Littleton for diesel or major groceries.
Very pretty spot. Be sure to follow website driving directions. Large level sites: ours was wide but not deep, the FHU 50A sites easily accommodate large motorhomes. Good Wi-Fi, and major cable TV. Very friendly owners. Medium size dog park, but a large field to run your dog. Our Golden Retriever enjoyed swimming in the lake, but every time she went by the office, the owners gave her another biscuit. I thought I had reserved a FHU site but ended up with just W/E on a very busy weekend. Bathrooms are old but clean and adequate; showers are quarter for 5 minutes. We planned on staying 3 nights, but are staying an extra day.
Large, level site; gravel drive surrounded by grass. Clean bathrooms. Friendly owners. Dog friendly. Over the air NBC and PBS TV. Good wi-fi connection. Verizon cell works fine. Nice ice cream stand. We stayed at PA rate. Good location, quiet. We would stay here again.
We had a large level pull through. Back in sites are large and level. Beautiful spot with lots of potential. Bathrooms were clean but need to be replaced. Boil water order in place. We stayed at the PA rate. With fixes to the water system and bathrooms this place could rate 8 or 9. Good spot if you are self contained. Convenient to the interstate but no road noise.
Sites are decent size and fairly level, but we did have to unhook the fifth wheel to level front to back. We were in a shaded woody site with FHU at PA rate. Lots of places to walk the Golden Retriever and to let her swim in the lake. No cable but all network stations from Charlottesville and Richmond over the air. It looks like there are lots of activities for the kids, so it might be busy on weekends. Staff was very friendly. They also have large nice sites in an open field that look good for big rigs. We would stay again.
Large level sites, gravel parking surrounded by grass. Very clean bathhouse. Friendly staff and campers. Great places for our Golden Retriever to walk and play. Pretty spot central to lots of attractions. Spotty Wi-Fi was provider problem. Rate was PA for 5 of 7 nights. We would definitely stay here again.
Mostly permanent campers, but a couple of transient sites. Large sites. Very friendly owner and campers. No dumpster. WiFi goes out during rainstorms, but the owner is great about resetting modem. Traffic to boat launch at Leesville Lake dam, so watch the road. Walking distance to the dam. We stayed here to visit family in the area and would stay again because of the location.
New RV campground down a steep hill with very large level sites. Very clean new bathhouse with great large individual unisex showers and laundry. Quiet during week. No Verizon cell and only ION TV over the air. Including pet fee, it's pretty expensive but a beautiful spot and sites. Pick sites on upper level for best view. Great places to walk (but lots of ticks) and good places for dog to swim. Short distance to Skyline Drive entrance.
Sites are sand/gravel, nearly level, and not large (50amp sites look larger). Roads are tight but negotiable. Baths are clean, but water pressure is low. Staff/owners are friendly. Great dog park and lots of places to walk dog. Kiddie playground, horseshoe pit, pool (closed for season), bball hoop, volleyball court. Quite a few seasonal/permanents. Arrived during 2" of rain and were assigned a site but told to pick what we wanted. Site did dry out fine. Sands Road is noisy, but stopped at night. We camped in a 30' fifth wheel. Will probably return as it is only 20 minutes from family and only 5 minutes from the CAA Women's Basketball tournament next year.
Great location and friendly folks. We happened to pick Jeep weekend, and get a free BBQ pot luck dinner, a bluegrass band, and entertainment watching folks put Jeeps in/out of the creek. Even so it was relatively quiet. The lower level looks level although sites might be small. We were in the upper level, and the drive up/down is frightening in a fifth wheel. Bathrooms needed cleaning. Good location for southern end of Skyline Drive and wineries close by. Minimal snowy cable TV (includes weather channel), good WiFi. We might stay again.
Very friendly owners. Mix of small and large sites in a wooded setting. Lots of permanents. We stay here to visit family in Lynchburg. Only 1 mile to parkway, 20 minutes to Wal-Mart or grocery. FHU sites are larger/nicer and dump station hard to use. New owners continue improvements: we saw roads graded, new gravel, trees trimmed, new tile in bathrooms, new mini golf. Tight to maneuver. No cable TV or WiFi. We will probably stay again for the location.
Great place for overnight or to spend a couple of days to visit local wineries and Mt Airy attractions. Big rig friendly. Sites are not large, but no problem with room for slide or awning. Good internet. No shade, maybe in 5 to 10 years the trees will grow. Laundry not yet completed/open. Looks like they are adding more sites. Many sites don't have picnic tables. Place for the dog to swim in the fishing pond. Friendly folks. We stayed at the Passport America rate. We will stay here again.
Huge sites, typical of COE campgrounds. Three sections: one near the new bathhouse, one hilly in the middle, and one near the water. Some sites have steep hill. We were in very large and level site 3 near the bathhouse, with shade and a nice wooded view. Other loops are a drive to get to bathhouse. It is about a mile (hilly) walk to the swim area. We would stay here again.
This is a dog park that happens to have a campground. What an experience: no kids except for furkids. Great dog parks, extremely friendly folks, and the cleanest restrooms anywhere. Do not miss this if you travel with a dog that likes to swim, run in a dog park, or play with other dogs. The WiFi was intermittent. Our site was narrow and very difficult to get into with a steep hill leaving that hit the truck on the fifth wheel. Rate was Passport America. We would stay again, on a weekend to partake of the food and more dogs to play with, as long as we got a better site. Our Golden Retriever had a great time, and so did we.
Great stop for one night traveling. Larger rigs should stay in C or low number B sites. Water shared between 2 sites and very low water pressure, even in bathrooms, which are older but clean. We stayed in a fifth wheel and got one of the few sites with shade. Good value and we would stay again.
Great place for an overnight with full hookups. On a Tuesday we were able to pick our spot and had plenty of room so that we did not have to unhitch. The site was large, long and level gravel. There was a great place for the dog to swim at the boat launch. We would stay here again.
What a beautiful park. We were going to stay several nights, but the weather (heat) was brutal. We will return in the spring or fall as a base to visit the St Louis area. Sites are large and level, as long as you stay below #30. Be sure to follow the website directions in, not your GPS. If there were water hookups, a place for the dog to swim and a laundry would give it a higher rating.
This is one of our favorite spots. Rate includes a 10% Va Park pass discount but $5.50 for one dog. Red Oak campground is about 4 yrs old with large (mostly level) sites and gravel is starting to show it needs maintenance. Bathrooms are very clean, with large individual showers. Great spot to spend a few days, be sure to get reservations on the weekend. JRSP no longer assigns campsites, but you pick when you arrive, as is done in the rest of the VA state parks. Looks like the equestrian campground with hookups will be open next year. Great walking trails. Good place for dog to swim in river.
We stayed one night because of location traveling through. Next time we'll find an alternative, especially at this price. It looked like there were some large level sites that sat empty. Instead we were on an unlevel site so close to the neighbor that we had to move his picnic table to open our steps, which were about 5' from the door to his small popup. He said they had put someone right on his door every night. There was a dog park, but we didn't use it.
We stayed for one night traveling through. It was hot so we picked a shaded spot in the older section, which had quite a bit of slope down into the site (bad for not unhooking for one night). The bathrooms were OK. We were able to let the dog swim in the lake. On a Sunday, we had our choice of sites. We would stay again.
Very pretty park with wild turkeys. We also saw deer and ducks and a crane. Sites are large with concrete pads and are first come first serve. Bathrooms are older but functional and clean, although you know you are in a campground. No water, but a place to fill. We stayed for one night passing through. We would stay here again.
Pretty park. Shaded. We were the only ones there on a Wednesday so were able to pull through and leave the fifth wheel hooked up on gravel. Bathrooms were old and looked like they weren't cleaned every day. Staff was very friendly and there is a nice walk around Lake Helen. Our Golden Retriever went swimming in the canal. The Pony Express station is just down the road, and FFA was selling sweet corn in tow. The Union Pacific trains were busy the night we stayed there.
Level site with shade that fit fine for our 30' fifth wheel. BBQ dinner was very good. Staff was friendly. We stayed two nights, and would stay again. The dog park was small, but large enough for neighbor dogs to play. The city dog park is only a couple of miles down the road and it's huge.
Great spot for an overnight. Large gravel area with plenty of room to maneuver the biggest rig. Showers are in the office available from 7am to 9pm. WiFi can be flakey and sign you out, but is working to post this review. Can hear interstate and trains, but not so bad as to disturb sleep. Two smallish fenced dog areas. Saw deer walking through this morning. Would stay here again.
Good Sam rate. Beautiful and clean. Sites are somewhat narrow, but comparable to other places. Turns are a bit tight, but doable. The grass is so green and nice you don't want to drive on it. It was very convenient to visit the Golden Spike Monument and the Wal-Mart across the street.
KOA rate. Narrow sites, some without tables. Looked at laundry and decided to wash elsewhere. Fenced dog area is a 10' x 20' area (at most) between the dumpster and the road. Fortunately we only stayed one night.
Pretty spot on top of hill with view of farmland and I-90 (which you can hear). Occasional train whistle. Clean laundry. Narrow pull through sites and as the trees grow they will be more difficult. Our neighbor had to back out of site 5 due to the trees. Great for an overnight, and excellent to stay a couple days to visit the off leash dog park at Bozeman Ponds.
Pretty spot. We were right on the river for a nice back window view, but the sites are very narrow. Bath was old and small but clean. Laundry was old, but there was a clothesline. No place for dog to swim, but a good spot for retrieve.
Fine for overnight. Very narrow but level sites. Immaculate bath and laundry and grounds. Owner is very friendly. We were walking our Golden Retriever to the open area fenced on 3 sides to get her some exercise, and he stopped and petted her and gave her a treat. Would stay again.
We were in lower level. Narrow sites - were able to get slide out but door had pine tree in way. Pull through sloped downward so if you don't unhook for one night you are headed downhill. Wifi was non existent. Upper level concrete pads look much better.
RV Park is accurate description. We had a corner site that was huge and no neighbors. Bathrooms were ok but busy due to dog flyball competition. Good wifi and over the air TV reception. Great spot to visit Amana Colonies, and great for overnight or two. Rate was Passport America. No dog park, but we would stay again.
Fine for one night. Family campground. Owners were accommodating in assigning a site as they would be picking up canoeists when we arrived, then moving us to another site when someone was in our assigned site. We were able to let the dog swim at the canoe launch site (lots of mosquitoes though). Might stay again at the Passport America rate.
Great for one night traveling. Swimming pond needed weeds cleaned out, but we were able to let the dog swim as long as she didn't bother any kids. Pretty view of the valley. Good Sam rate. We would stay again.
We stayed one night. Next time will spend extra $ and 5 more miles to stay at State Park up the road. The bathroom was clean, but rustic and OK if you don't mind a sulfur water shower. We got sick from drinking the well water. Hosts were very friendly.