Simple but convenient park in the heart of Quitman. Spaces were level and quite wide. A few long term residents but they are located together in one area of the park. Restroom adjacent to the park, large treed park area with pavilion nearby. Would stay there again if in the area.
A very small RV park located next to a stream in Damascus that is very basic, but clean and everything worked. The owners are very friendly and helpful if wanting to see the sights and spend some time in the area. This area of Virginia is among the most scenic and this park is the only one for 30 miles around. We would definitely stay here again.
A great location, but saying that a 40 foot rig can get into one of their big rig spaces on the Amelia River side is really pushing it. Low hanging tree branches make it a chore to get parked on some of the allotted big rig spaces. Easy access to Fort Clinch which is definitely worth the visit.
A hidden jewel. This park is located in a wooded area with spaces located along one side of a lake. A few pull through sites but mostly back-in sites. We stayed in Space 19 right on the lake and even though we had trees all around we were able to get satellite reception. The lake has a nice paved path all around its 1 1/3 mile perimeter, a sandy beach area with bath house, and 2 mountain bike trails-one of which is rated in the top ten in the US. We stayed for 5 nights and hated to leave. Would definitely stay there again.
A very nice park with wide concrete pads and picnic tables. When we were there the Wi-Fi only worked in the office area and we were told over several days that they were working on it. The biggest drawback, and the real reason for the lower rating is the park is located no more than 150 feet from a very busy train track. Freight trains begin rolling through the area about 4:30 am with horns blowing. If you are a light sleeper, this is no fun. Would look to stay elsewhere if space was available elsewhere, which it wasn't when we stayed there in early October.