VIRGINIA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY 2017 A S S O C I AT I O N
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From our biggest cities to the small, rural towns, our history and our geography provide campers with every type of experience imaginable. The private campgrounds and RV parks and our local and regional parks exceed expectations of the vast majority of campers by offering quality facilities, amenities and recreational activities and opportunities.
Officers President: Ray Barker, Tall Pines Harbor Campground Vice President: Ken Gedicke, Jellystone Park Gloucester Point Treasurer: Phil Upton, Holiday Trav-L-Park Chairman: Karl Littman, Candy Hill Campground
Whether it’s the colorful fall leaves on Skyline Drive or the warm white sand on Virginia Beach, the wonderful, rich Virginia wines or orchards or farms, the excitement of the rides at Busch Gardens and Kings Dominion, or the heritage homes of America’s early Presidents, Virginia is for Campers!
Directors Scott Daniel, Cozy Acres Campground Bob Aldrich, Shenandoah Hills Campground Mike Johncox, Riverside Camp #2 Whitney Ward, Ed Allen’s Campground & Cottages Greg Linsmeyer, Bethpage Camp-Resort
The Virginia Campground Association proudly presents the Virginia Campground Directory, a comprehensive listing of campgrounds and RV parks in Virginia. The directory lists members of the association who provide a wide range of facilities and amenities to meet the diverse interests of campers and RVers residing in Virginia or visiting the beautiful and historic Commonwealth of Virginia, the birthplace of America. This 2017 Directory is a product of the Virginia Campground Association, an organization dedicated to the improvement and betterment of family camping. We eagerly look forward to welcoming you and serving all of your camping needs.
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Campground Name………………………………… MAP INDEX GUIDE PAGE # 1 American Heritage ……………………………… 14-R 28 2 Anvil Campground……………………………… 14-S… 28 3 Bethpage Camp-Resort………………………… 14-P 12 4 Camp Outback - Shenandoah River Outfitters…10-D 24 5 Candy Hill Campground ……………………… 10-B 23 6 Chantilly Farm Festival…………………………… 7-V … 26 7 Charlottesville KOA …………………………… 10-M 7 8 Cherrystone Campground ……………………… 15-R 19 9 Chesapeake Bay RV Resort & Campground…… 14-Q 12 10 Chesapeake Campground ……………………… 14-X 29 11 Christopher Run Campground………………… 11-L… 8 12 Cozy Acres Campground ……………………… 11-Q 8 13 Davis Lakes Campground ……………………… 14-X 29 14 Deer Run Campground ………………………… 7-Y… 8 15 Ed Allens ………………………………………… 13-Q 30 16 Fredericksbrurg/DC KOA ……………………… 12-J… 21 17 Greenville Farm Family Campground………… 12-E 21 18 Grey’s Point Camp……………………………… 14-P 13 19 Gwynn’s Island…………………………………… 14-Q 13 20 Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA………… 10-H 23 21 Heavenly Acres Campground ………………… 10-J… 9 22 Hillwood Camping Park………………………… 12-E 21 23 Holiday Trav-L-Park……………………………… 15-W 29 24 Indian Acres Club of Thornburg………………… 12-K 22 25 Kings Dominion Camp Wilderness …………… 12-N 9 26 Lake Gaston Americamps……………………… 11-Y… 7 27 Leeman Field Campground……………………… 1-X… 27 28 Lynchburg/Blue Ridge Parkway KOA…………… 8-Q 9 29 Lynchburg Thousand Trails……………………… 9-S… 11 30 Madison/Shenandoah Hills Campground, Inc… 10-I… 10 31 Meadows of Dan Campground………………… 6-X… 26 32 Misty Mountain Camp- Resort………………… 9-L… 10 33 Montebello Camping & Fishing Resort………… 9-N… 10 34 Mountain Lake Campground …………………… 11-C 24 35 Natural Bridge/Lexington KOA………………… 8P… 24 36 Newpoint RV…………………………………… 14-R 14 37 Newport News Park Campground …………… 14-T… 30 38 Northwest River Park…………………………… 15-Y… 15 39 Prince William Forrest RV Campground ……… 12-H 22 40 Rainbow Acres Campground …………………… 13-P 15 41 Riverside Camp #2 ……………………………… 13-R 30 42 Shenandoah Valley Campground- Mt. Jackson…10F… 24 43 Shenandoah Valley Campground - Verona…… 9-J… 24 44 Small Country Campground …………………… 10-L… 11 45 Tall Pines Harbor Campground………………… 16-L… 20 46 The Cove Campground ………………………… 10A… 25 47 Trailhead ATV Resort…………………………… 4-S… 27 48 Virginia Beach KOA ……………………………… 15-W 31 49 White Tail Resort ………………………………… 13-V 31 50 Wilderness Presidential Resort………………… 12-i… 22 51 Williamsburg KOA ……………………………… 14-R 31 52 Williamsburg RV Resort & Campground……… 14-R 31 53 Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Emporia …………… 12-X 11 54 Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Gloucester Point…… 14-S… 15 55 Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Luray ………………… 10-G 25 56 Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Natural Bridge……… 8p… 25
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Heritage and natural beauty abound in Central Virginia.
Settlers arrived in Central Virginia as early as 1617. Today’s living history interpreters love sharing those stories at Henricus Historical Park - where Pocahontas grew up, and Wilton House Museum - Richmond’s own Georgian plantation.
Richmond’s Jackson Ward neighborhood is considered “The Birthplace of Black Capitalism.” Don’t miss sites honoring African Americans who helped shape the nation as we know it today: Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site, Black History Museum & Cultural Center, and the L. Douglas Wilder Library at Virginia Union University. Take the Civil War Trails that follow the campaigns to see preserved battlefields through Richmond, Petersburg and finally, on to Appomattox. Visit sites like The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar, Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier and Appomattox Court House & National Historical Park. Other historical sites in Central Virginia include those of the presidential variety: Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland, and James Madison’s Montpelier. Two acclaimed resorts are in Central Virginia - Wintergreen and Boar’s Head - as well as the famous Jefferson Hotel, which has been a premiere hotel for more than a century. Don’t miss Kings Dominion, a theme park just north of Richmond boasting world-renowned roller coasters. Outdoors and sports in Central Virginia include great fun - from ballooning and camping to horseback riding and tennis. Eight State Parks and a multitude of beautiful gardens await as well. For cultural interests, see the spectacular Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and sip the local flavor at wineries and craft breweries. Quite a variety of events are awaiting you as well. Enjoy your stay in Central Virginia!
Americamps Lake Gaston | South Hill Lakeside campground with rustic wooded sites. LP gas exchange & filling station, swimming, boating, great fishing, mini-golf, playground, pavilion, gameroom, laundry, store, pets accepted. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: I-85 south of South Hill, VA; exit 4 off of I-85. East on 903 for 5 miles. Hosts: Debbie & Everette Branch, 9 Lakeside Lane, Bracey, VA 23919; 434-636-2668; www.lakegastonamericamps.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlottesville KOA Kampground See Ad Back Cover Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Closest campground and RV park to Jefferson’s Monticello and the University of Virginia. Full hook-ups, pull-thrus, separate tent area, one & two-room camping cabins with AC & heat. Kamping cottages with bathroom, kitchenette, AC & heat. Extra large swimming pool, pedal kart rentals, nature trail, playground, pavilion, sportsfield, gameroom, convenience store and giftshop, laundry facilities, movie rentals. Pets accepted except in Cabins and Cottages. Free cable TV and free Wi-Fi.
Season: Mar. 15-Nov. 12. Attractions: Monticello, AshLawn-Highland, Michie Tavern, UVA, vineyards, apple orchards, Walton’s Mountain Museum, James River tubing & rafting nearby, canoe rentals at nearby county lake. Discounts: 10% KOA ValueKard, 10% Active Military, internet specials via website. Directions: From I-64 (Exit 121), south on SR 20, 8 mi., west (right) on Rt 708, 1.5 mi. Hosts: Bryan & Ashley Nettleton, 3825 Red Hill Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903; 434-296-9881; www.charlottesvillekoa.com; email@example.com
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Christopher Run Campground | Mineral See ad this page. On the shores of Lake Anna, we offer tenting, RVing, cabins and lodge. Reservations recommended. Lake swimming, boat rentals, marina, water skiing, fishing, boat ramps, group areas and a full range of campground amenities for all ages. Attractions: Lake Anna, Charlottesville, major Civil War battlefields, wineries, and within easy reach of all major VA attractions. Directions: 90 miles from the Washington area, 50 miles from Richmond, 40 miles from Charlottesville, 30 miles from Culpeper. Check website, map or call for exact directions. Host: Kristy Bazzanella, 7149 Zachary Taylor Hwy., Mineral, VA 23117; 540-894-4744; christopherruncampground.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Cozy Acres Family Campground | Powhatan
Family owned for over 117years, shaded pull-thru sites, w/full hook-ups, 50 amp super sites w/patio, water2340 irginia rustic V frontin sites w/gazebo, cabins & cottages w/bath, mini kitchen, heat/ac, large clubhouse w/meeting room l, ra e •M Hwy.(heat/ac), 522kitchen. Catering available to clubs, group picnics. Great playground, large pool, catfish r camper t. lo R y a n T o l ry Mineralarge selection RV supplies, golf cart rentals, fishing, WiFi, LP gas, hiking, gameroom, laundry, store, Zacha North ofponds, 6.5 Miles dump station. Pets on leash. Attractions: nearby golf, Richmond, VA Science Museum. Discounts: Good Sam, FMCA, clubs. Season: 4/1-11/15. Directions: 7 mi. west of Powhatan on US 60; 2 miles on 627. Hosts: Larry, Jean & Scott Daniel, 2177 Ridge Road, Powhatan, VA 23139; 804-598-2470; Fax: 804-598-2470; www.cozyacres.com; email@example.com
7149 Zachary Taylor Hwy. • Mineral, Virginia 23117 6.5 Miles North of Mineral on Rt. 522
Deer Run Campground | Ferrum Family camping in the woods of Patrick County. Large shady sites, swimming pool, fishing pond, playground, game room, horseshoes, two bathhouses, laundry, propane, and camp store. Tents, pop-ups and RVs are all welcome. Attractions: Martinsville Speedway, Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Crooked Road Music Trail. Events: Hayrides, movie nights, covered dish dinners and Halloween parties. Season: Mid-May Thru October 31. Directions: We are located 8 miles East of Woolwine, just off Rt. 40 on Deer Run Road in Patrick County. Please check our website for directions. Hosts: Tim and Renea Payne, 28 Fawn Road, Ferrum, VA 24088; 276-930-1235; www.deerruncampground.net.
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Heavenly Acres Campground | Stanardsville
Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Secluded, shaded sites, cabins, camping cabooses, RV rental. Clean restrooms, hot showers, game room, hiking/biking trails, pool, hayrides, fishing, playground. Groups welcome. Swimming, pavilion, store, pets accepted (Except in Rental Units). Attractions: Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, wineries, caverns, Charlottesville historic attractions. Discounts: Seniors, AAA. Season: March 15 - November 1. Directions: From Rt 29 take 33 W, right on 33 Business in Stanardsville, right on Rt 230, 2 miles. Hosts: Gary & Jan Schneider, 2010 Madison Road, Stanardsville, VA 22973; 434-985-6601; Fax: 434-985-6601; www.heavenlyacres.net; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kings Dominion KOA / Camp Wilderness Richmond North/Doswell Our newly renovated pristine campground features fun for the whole family. Campers can enjoy our swimming pool, play area, volleyball court, and basketball. Campers can also take advantage of our cozy campground lodge with a fire place, a well-stocked convenience store, and a laundry room. For the convenience of our campers, two bath houses are available. Facilities to fill potable water holding tanks, a dump station, and a propane filling station and exchange tanks. You can choose between primitive tent sites, group fields, or new deluxe cabins. In addition, large and small RV sites are available with 30/50 amp service and water, electric, sewer, and cable hookups. Free Wi-Fi and free shuttle service available. Attractions: Kings Dominion, Meadow Event Park, State Fair of VA, James River Wine Cellars, Bass Pro Shops. Discounts: Military, Kings Dominion Season Pass, AARP. Season: Open Year Round. Directions: Exit 98 off of I-95, ½ mile going east on Rt. 30 (go over the RR Tracks) then 2nd right. Manager: John Dutton, 10061 Kings Dominion Blvd, Doswell, VA 23047; 804-876-3006, 1-800-922-6710, kingsdominion.com, email@example.com
Lynchburg - Blue Ridge Parkway KOA | Monroe See Ad Back Cover The famed Blue Ridge Parkway is literally right outside your door (or tent flap) at this long standing campground, now a KOA. That means scenic hikes, waterfalls, caverns, ATV trails and several historic sites within an easy drive down one of America’s most scenic roads, which winds along the backbone of the Appalachian Mountains. Highlights include Natural Bridge, The James River, and Peaks of Otter near Bedford. 50 Max Amp, Propane, Pavilion, 85’ Max Length, Fishing, Wi-Fi, Mini Golf, Pool, Firewood. Attractions: Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail / James River Foot Bridge, South Pedlar ATV Trails, James River, George Washington National Forest, Natural Bridge, Lynchburg, VA, Historic Appomattox, VA, Historic Lexington, VA, Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, Liberty University / Liberty Mountain Snowflex, National D-Day Memorial. Season: April 1 - November 15. Directions from Lynchburg: (Do not trust your GPS) I-81 Exit 257, take US RT 11 North about 100 yards, take US29 Business North to VA130 West (Elon Rd.) ~15 mi to campground on right. Directions from Blue Ridge Parkway: MM61.5, Exit at VA130, Turn left 1 mile to campground on left. 6252 Elon Road, Monroe, VA 24574; 434-299-5228; www.lynchburgkoa.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Madison/Shenandoah Hills Campground, Inc. | Madison
Quiet shady sites nestled in a forest setting ready for your getaway whether a weekend or long term. Enjoy our Catch & Release Fishing pond, pool, playground and jumping pillow or venture off to explore the nearby caverns, historic places, wineries & more. Try some delicious & healthy Bison Meat from our store! We also have LP gas, cable, wi-fi, a rec building, bathhouse & laundry. Only non-aggressive dog breeds allowed per the insurance company. Outside wood is not allowed due to the transference of pests & disease. Attractions: Shenandoah Nat’l Park, caverns, Montpelier, Monticello, Battlefields, wineries & Graves Mountain Lodge Nearby: Hunting, fishing, horseback riding & shopping Discounts: AAA, Good Sam, Extended Stays & Event Specials Directions: 2 mi. south of Madison on US Hwy 29 South, 10 mi. north of Ruckersville on Hwy 29 Hosts: Bob & Sandi Aldrich, 110 Campground Lane, Madison, VA 22727; 540-948-4186; Fax: 540-948-6524; www.shenandoahhills.com; email@example.com Courtesy Small Country Campground
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Misty Mountain Camp Resort | Greenwood
Beautiful tent sites burrowed in the woods to charming cabins with sleeping lofts to convenient full hookups for big rigs. Misty Mountain can accommodate all type of campers in 50 acre park nestled in trees. Sports field, nature trails, gameroom, swimming pool, scheduled activities. Catering to small groups. LP gas, playground, hiking, climbing, laundry, store, pets accepted. Attractions: Monticello, University of Virginia, vineyards, Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway. Events: Karaoke, live music, horseshoes, hayrides, rec hall. Discounts: AAA 10%, Good Sam and Military. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: I-64 to Exit 107, 1/2 mile west on Rt 250. Host: Mike Leo, 56 Misty Mountain Rd., Greenwood, VA 22943; 540-456-6409 or 888-647-8900; Fax: 540-456-8311; www.mistycamp.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Montebello Camping & Fishing Resort Montebello
High in the Blue Ridge Mountains on Scenic State Route 56
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15072 Crabtree Falls Highway • Montebello, Virginia 24464 www.MontebelloVa.com • 540-377-2650
Family owned, full service campground high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Central Va. Shaded sites, 4 acre lake w/paddleboat & kayak rentals & fishing. Cabin rentals, trout ponds, country store w/ groceries, ice, firewood, gas/diesel, camping/fishing supplies & many unique gifts. Laundry, pavilion, hiking, playground, pets welcome. Attractions: Blue Ridge Parkway, Crabtree Falls, Natural Bridge, wineries & orchards, hiking trails. Season: April thru October (Cabins, country store & trout ponds open year ‘round.) Directions: From South – Rt. 151N to Rt. 56W; From Blue Ridge Parkway – MP 27, Rt. 56E. Hosts: The Grant Family, 15072 Crabtree Falls Highway, Montebello, VA 24464; 540-377-2650; MontebelloVa.com, email@example.com
Small Country Campground | Louisa Rustic upscale, Small Country Campground offers Super Sites with 50-amp electric, wi-fi, DirecTV, water, and sewer. Many pull-thrus, mostly wooded…200 sites. Many tent and 4400 Byrd Mill Road, Louisa, VA 23093 pop-up sites with or without water www.smallcountry.com 540-967-2431 and electricity. Central Virginia’s fun family campground with a Bouncing Central Virginia’s Funest Campground Pillow, giant lake toys, two beaches Open Year Round • 25-acre Lake with Toys on 25-acre Lake, pool, paddleboats, kayaks, fishing boats, playgrounds, a Pool • Bouncing Pillow • 18-hole Mini Golf pavilion for parties and recreation, hiking trails. New championship minigolf course opened in 2014 - 100% ADA certified and accessible. Rental Fire Truck Rides • Fishing/Boats Park Models and cabins with AC & heat. Store, game room, laundry, and FREE wi-fi • DirecTV outdoor music pavilion. Friendly pets accepted - except in rental units. Nearby Attractions: Monticello, Ashlawn-Highland, Michie Tavern, UVA, wineries, flea markets, Walton’s Mountain Museum, and a driving tour of the largest all-cavalry battle of the Civil War. Discounts: Good Sam, FMCA, Passport America, Active Military, and bicyclists. Season: Open all year ‘round. Directions: From I-64 (Exits 136 or 143) follow our wonderful signs to Small Country. Hosts: Bill & Ruth Small & family. Location: 4400 Byrd Mill Road, Louisa, VA 23093; 540-967-2431 www.smallcountry.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thousand Trails – Lynchburg | Gladys
Get away and relax at our 161 acre wooded campground right in the heart of Virginia. We offer full hook up campsites, tent sites and wilderness sites. Enjoy our private 11 acre lake while fishing, swimming on our beach, playing beach volleyball, canoeing or kayaking. We also have a Jr. Olympic size swimming pool with kiddy pool, Jacuzzi, mini golf, tennis court, basketball court, pickle ball court, shuffleboard, horseshoes, playground, weekend recreation activities and holiday entertainment. We offer daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal stays. Public welcome for overnight camping. Great family fun in a family friendly environment. Nearby Attractions: Blue Ridge Mountains/Parkway, Natural Bridge of VA, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and Poplar Forest, Historic Lynchburg, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, The National D-Day Memorial, Liberty University’s Snow flex, many festivals throughout the year and much more. Season: May through October. Host: Joyce Ray, Manager. 405 Mollies Creek Road, Gladys, VA 24554. (877) 362-6736, www.thousandtrails.com. Reservations required.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Emporia Emporia I-95 Exit 17, EMPORIA
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See this page and Page 25 Easy access for I-95 traveler. Long pull-thru sites, big rigs welcome, 50/30/20 amp. Shaded and open sites, movies, heated bathhouse, large clean pool, restaurants and gas nearby. Spray Zone, Jumping Pad, Jumping Mat, Water Wars. Free WiFi, mini-golf, LP gas, swimming, playground, gameroom, laundry, store, movie rentals, pets accepted. Pavilion, cable TV. 2 camping cabins. Family owned and operated. Attractions: VA Peanut Festival, VA Pork Festival, Petersburg battlefields, Village View Plantation. Discounts: Seniors, AAA, Coachmen, Good Sam, FMCA, military all 10%; Season: Year ‘round. Directions: I-95 Exit 17, 1.5 miles south on Hwy 301. Hosts: John & Mary Wagenhoffer, 2940 Sussex Drive, Emporia, VA 23847; 434-634-3115 or 800-545-4248; www.campingbear.com; email@example.com
Virginia's Chesapeake Bay
region features George Washington's birthplace, the estate of Confederate General Robert E. Lee - Stratford Hall, as well as the lands of the Pamunkey and Mattaponi Native Americans. See rural and waterfront cottages, quaint villages and expansive farmlands all along the Bay. Ways to enjoy the Chesapeake Bay and all it has to offer include Westmoreland State Park with its beach, Caledon Natural Area with its trails to the Potomac River, and charter boats, which show off the charm of this region. One of Virginia's most prestigious vineyards is located here Ingleside - in the Northern Neck. Also visit Westmoreland Berry Farm & Orchard, famous for their jams, jellies and climbing goats. You'll love the B&Bs in this region as well as the worldrenowned Tides Inn resort. Escape the ordinary by spending your vacation in the Chespeake Bay region of Virginia. You'll go home refreshed, full of seafood and country charm.
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Bethpage Camp-Resort | Urbanna
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See Ad Page 16-17 Stay and play by the Chesapeake Bay! Visit Virginia’s highest rated waterfront RV resort, twice named best RV resort in the nation! Incredible water park, restaurant, sunset cruises, full hook up sites, modern cottages, waterfront indoor reception facility, pavilion, daily activities, theme weekends, live entertainment, playgrounds, marina, boat ramp, storage, fishing charters, sandy beach, water trampoline, COWTOPIA miniature golf, ice creamery and more! Pets welcome. Attractions: Bethpage Camp-Resort is near many of Virginia’s most popular attractions like Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown and Yorktown. Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay region also offers charming towns, unique shopping, wineries, golf courses, seafood, festivals and more! Events: The area’s signature event is the 60th Annual Urbanna Oyster Festival which takes place November 3 & 4, 2017. Season: March 23 – November 12, 2017 Directions: From US 17 & SR 602, head east 4 mi on SR 602, then north 0.7 mi on SR 684 – 679 Lane, Urbanna, VA 23175 Contact: Bethpage Camp-Resort, PO Box 178, Urbanna, VA 23175 804-758-4349; bethpagecamp.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Chesapeake Bay RV Resort & Campground
With 280 acres of space to enjoy, this coastal Virginia RV campground makes it easy to create lifetime memories. Full hook-up sites, tent sites, cabin rentals and a friendly, welcoming, 24hour staff, Chesapeake Bay RV Resort is equipped with plenty of activities. Upstream from the Chesapeake Bay, Piankatank River is perfect for water skiing, jet skiing, swimming, fishing, crabbing and boating. Clubhouse, Bike Trails, Shuffleboard, Swimming Pool, Whirlpool/Spa/ Hot Tub, RV Storage, Pets Welcome, Restaurant, Store Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown Settlement, Gloucester Courthouse, Mathews Courthouse, Urbanna, Bush Gardens, Water Country USA, King’s Dominion Season: Open Year round Directions: Located off of VA-198 West in Gloucester, VA. Check website for exact directions. Host: 12014 Trails Ln, Gloucester, VA 23061. Reservations: 1-800-388-7788, Reservations (Non-member): 1-877-570-2267, www.thousandtrails.com/virginia/chesapeake-bay-rv-resort
Grey’s Point Camp | Topping
See Ad Page 16-17 Stay and play by the Chesapeake Bay! There’s something special at Grey’s Point Camp for everyone. Try your hand at fishing, crabbing, boating, sunbathing, paddle boarding, swimming at the beach or one of our pools. Kids of all ages will love the splash pool and waterpark complex with slides and sprayers! Recreational activities, theme weekends, community dinners, train rides, fishing charters and live music keeps the fun going! Inquire about group events. Make your reservation today! Attractions: Take a day trip into history with a short drive to Virginia’s Historic Triangle of Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg. Along the way, browse through the many charming coastal towns in Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay region. Events: Crab Feast on August 12 with ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT steamed Chesapeake Bay blue crabs! Halloween is the best with three weekends of scary fun for the whole family! Directions: From Jct Hwy 33 & Hwy 3, go 3 ¼ mile NE on Hwy 3, enter on left at foot of Robert O. Norris Bridge. 3601 Grey’s Point Road, Topping, VA 23169 Contact: Grey’s Point Camp, PO Box 8, Topping, VA 23169; 804-758-2485; www.greyspointcamp.com; email@example.com
Gwynn’s Island RV Resort | Gwynn See Ad This Page A haven for those who love to fish, located on the Chesapeake Bay. We have 117 sites with water and 30 AMP hook up and 11 sites with full 50 AMP, water and sewer hookup. All sites have a fire pit and picnic table. We have a dump station, bathroom and shower facilities, LP gas, 100’ fishing pier, beach area for swimming, a large pond for crabbing, kayaks & canoes, a children’s playground, an outdoor pavilion with fire pit, grill, horseshoes and cornhole boards, an indoor pavilion with cable tv, games & sporting equipment for check out, as well as, planned activities most weekends, a well stocked camp store and non-denominational worship services. We are family and pet friendly. Small groups and RV Clubs are welcome. Attractions within 1 hour: Gloucester, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, and Outlet Shopping. Season: April 1st - October 31st. Directions: Hwy 14 to Hwy 198N to Hwy 223 across the bridge. Road turns into Old Ferry Road. Follow to Buckchase Road. Turn right. Campground is about 3/4 of a mile on left, 551 Buckchase Rd, Gwynn, VA 23066; 888-723-2535; www.gwynnsislandrvresort.com
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New Point RV Resort | New Point
See Ad Page 13 Enjoy your vacation on our beautiful white sand beach located on the Chesapeake Bay. 323 full hook-up sites. 50 Amp service available. Campers enjoy a full range of activities and amenities: marina with boat gas, bait shop and boat ramp, swimming pool, arcade, laundry, 2 playgrounds, screened pavilion with cable TV, pedal carts, laser tag, archery tag, crafts and activities planned most weekends, kayaks & canoes for checkout, laundry, nondenominational church services in our Chapel, and a well stocked camp store. We are family and pet friendly. Groups and RV Clubs are welcome. Attractions within 1 hour: Gloucester, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, and Outlet Shopping. Season: April 15th - November 9th. Directions: Hwy 198 through Mathews. Turn right onto Hwy 14E, drive about 7-1/2 miles and turn left onto Hwy 602 (Sand Bank Road). 877-681-9597; www.newpointrvresort.com
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Northwest River Park | Chesapeake
Located on the banks of the Northwest River in Southeastern Chesapeake, VA, this 763-acre park is the perfect blend of natural beauty and recreational activities. Boating, fishing, hiking, and programs are just the beginning. We rent paddle boats, canoes, and bicycles. We have mini-golf, disc golf, horse shoes, volleyball nets and more. There are picnic shelters and charcoal grills throughout the park. The campground has 66 campsites, six group sites for organizations and 2 rental cabins. Facilities include hot showers, laundry, RV pump out, and fresh water. There are two climate controlled, one room cabins available for rent. There is also Equestrian camping available during the season. Facilities include restrooms and potable water. Attractions: About an hour from the Outer Banks, Virginia Beach Oceanfront, 30 minutes from Chesapeake City Park. Season: April 1 - Nov 30 Directions: From Norfolk take I-464 south. At the end of I-464 stay left to take Rt. 168 south. Take exit 8B, Hillcrest Pkwy East (last exit before toll.) Turn right onto Battlefield Blvd. Turn left on Indian Creek Road, Park is approx. 4 miles on the right. From North Carolina travel North on Rt. 168. Turn right on Gallbush Rd, turn right on Indian Creek road and the park is approx .2 miles on the right. Hosts: City of Chesapeake, 1733 Indian Creek Road, Chesapeake, VA 23322. 757-421-7151; www.cityofchesapeake.net/nwrp, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rainbow Acres Camping Resort, Inc. | King & Queen Courthouse
Enjoy the great outdoors on the graceful Mattaponi River and explore the winding inlets in your canoe or kayak. We offer shaded full hookup overnight, weekly or seasonal sites with 30/50 amp, rustic tent sites and cabins, LP gas, beach area for swimming, piers for fishing, boat ramps and gasoline, laundry, playground, pets accepted, and non-denominational worship services. Home of the “Rainbow Grill.” Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, wine trails, and other charming historic towns. Events: West Point Crab Carnival, Urbanna Oyster Festival. Season: Year ‘round (limited services). Directions: From Richmond, 360 east to St. Stevens Church, right on Rt 14 (16 miles), right on Frazier Ferry Rd, 1 mile to entrance on left. Host: Rose Mary Zellner, 514 James Road, King & Queen Courthouse, VA 23085; 804-785-9441; www.rainbowacrescampground.com; email@example.com
Camp with Yogi Bear™ on the Severn River/Chesapeake Bay! 804-642-4316
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Gloucester Point Hayes at Gloucester Point, VA Hayes, Virginia
See Ad this page and Page 25 Camp with Yogi Bear on the beautiful Severn River. Enjoy the rural waterfront setting only a short drive to Virginia’s Historical Triangle. 30/50 amp full hook up RV sites, W/E tent sites, cabin and cottage rentals. Splash park, water slides, swimming pool, Jumping Pillow, kayaks, paddleboats, aqua trikes, gem mining, pony rides, playground, balloon battles. Weekend activities April, May, September, and October. Daily activities Memorial Day to Labor Day. Boat ramp, licensed crabbing and fishing piers on the Severn River/Chesapeake Bay. Laundry, camp store, pavilions and event space, concession stand.
Attractions: Yorktown, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Busch Gardens, Water Country U.S.A., Premium Outlets. Season: Year Round; limited services November to March. Directions: Rt. 17 (south of Gloucester) to Bray’s Point Road, right at fork to Glass Road, right onto Low Ground Road, left onto Zack Road, left on to Campground Road. Hosts: Ken and Eileen Gedicke. Contact Info: 3149 Campground Road, Hayes, VA 23072; 804-642-4316; jellystonegp.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tall Pines Harbor CAMPGROUND
“Virginia’s Eastern Shore”
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8107 Tall Pines Lane, Temperanceville, VA 23442 email@example.com
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History and natural beauty combine to make Virginia’s Eastern Shore a special destination. The Coastal Virginia Eastern Shore region is accessible via the 17.5-mile Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. The Shore stretches 70 miles and is situated between the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Step back to a time of old railroad towns and intimate fishing villages. Listen for the unique old-world accents spoken here, especially by Tangier Island residents! Shop at a roadside stand, and learn how to crab from a pier. The Shore is known for its fresh oysters and winter is the season to claim these succulents for your own. If harvesting is not as appealing as devouring, finding a restaurant to serve them up any way you wish is no task at all. One of the most beloved sites on the Eastern Shore is the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, where the annual Pony Swim and Auction occurs. The event was made famous by Margurite Henry’s “Misty of Chincoteague”. No other beach walk will be as memorable as the one you’ll take on Assateague. Watch wild ponies feed on the marsh grasses. Chances are, it’ll be just you and them! Other Eastern Shore notables: The Assateague Lighthouse Eastern Shore Railway Museum NASA Visitor Center at Wallops Flight Facility Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge Wreck & Bone Island Natural Area Preserve Kiptopeke State Park - home of the Eastern Shore Birding Festival in October! Accommodations are cozy here with a variety of B&Bs and inns. The seafood can’t be beat! You’ll also love the out-of-the-way beaches, where you might not meet another human for miles. Be sure to check out the fun events on the Eastern Shore as you plan your vacation.
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Cherrystone Family Camping Resort | Cheriton
AT CHERRYSTONE, THE FUN NEVER ENDS! (Except maybe when you have to go home.)
300 acres on the Chesapeake Bay on Virginia’s Eastern Shore Cottages • Campers • Cabins • Wooded Tent Sites On-site Trailer Rentals • 50-amp Big Rig sites
FUN ON THE WATER* • Fishing • Boat Rentals • Crabbing • 4 Piers • Party Fishing Boat • Boat Ramp
FUN ON LAND* • 5 Pools & Splash Park • Golf Cart Rentals • Mini Golf • Planned Activities • Playgrounds • Jumping Pillow
*some activities are seasonal
See Ad This Page 725 sites - 240 full hook ups, 120 fifty-amp pull thru sites, 223 water & electric, 19 no hookups. Camping cabins (52), cottages (36), rental campers (economy 17 & deluxe 18), 5 pools (in season), horseshoes, mini golf, cornhole, game room, playgrounds, pedal boats, paddle boards, kayaks, boat ramp, laundry, craft shop, bait & tackle, store, restaurant, LP gas (metered and bottled), covered pavilion, boating, 4 fishing piers, pets welcome (limit on number and breed) Season: Easter to Halloween but open year round. Directions: 11 miles north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, west at Cheriton traffic light (Rt 680) from US 13. Drive west to end of road, Welcome Center is on the right. Hosts: James Hopkins and Mable Harrison, 1511 Townfield Dr., Cheriton, VA 23316 (physical) PO Box 545, Cheriton, VA 23316 (mailing); 757-331-3063 office phone; www.cherrystoneva.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Call (757) 331-3063 for a Free Vacation Guide or visit us on the web at www.cherrystoneva.com 11 miles North of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel on U.S. 13 in Cheriton, VA email@example.com 19
Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground Temperanceville See Ads Page 18 and Inside Front Cover
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Waterfront camping on Virginiaâ€™s Eastern Shore, just minutes from Chincoteague, nestled among the tall pines. New pool with splash features, splash park in 2017, new pavilion, bath house, laundry and snack bar, cabin and trailer rentals. Cable TV, Free WiFi, LP gas, 100 ft. long 50 amp pull-thrus, beach swimming, boating, fishing, jumping pillow, new playground, gameroom, water trikes and kayak rentals. Pets accepted except for cabins/rentals. Attractions: Chincoteague/Assateague Islands, Wachapreague, Crisfield, Wallops Island, Ocean City, MD. Events: Themed weekends. See calendar of events. Season: Mar. 1-Nov. 1. Directions: Rt 13, 8 miles south of MD/VA line, turn west on Rt 695 (Saxis Rd.), 6 miles to campground on right. Hosts: Ray & Sherri Barker, 8107 Tall Pines Lane,Temperanceville, VA 23442; 757-824-0777; www.tallpinesharbor.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fredericksburg/Washington, DC KOA See ad Back Cover Come celebrate 40 years of family fun, at our scenic country resort. Featuring A/C cabins, lodges with full baths, tenting, big rig friendly pull thru’s and patio sites. Cable and Wifi, heated pool, on-site food service, gem mine, Pet Park, fishing, playground, pavilion, paddle boat and bike rentals, propane, store, pets accepted. Closest VA KOA to Washington, DC, Historic Fredericksburg and Civil War Battlefields, easy access to DC Metro. Nearby: Kings Dominion, wineries, and Lake Anna. Discounts: KOA Value Card, Active Military. Season: Open year ‘round. Directions: From I-95 South, Exit 126 (Spotsylvania), head south on Rt. 1, 4 miles, turn left on 607. From I-95 North (Thornburg), turn left on 606 to Rt. 1, head north 4 miles, turn right on 607. Hosts: Ron & Susan Hart, 7400 Brookside Lane, Fredericksburg, VA 22408; 540-898-7252, 800-562-1889; www.fredericksburgkoa.com; email@example.com
Greenville Farm Family Campground Haymarket See ad below. Family camping on a working farm. Swimming, fishing, playground, gameroom, laundry, store, LP gas, pets accepted. Attractions: Manassas Battlefield, Washington, DC. Season: Year ‘round (limited winter facilities). Directions: 35 mi. W. of Washington, DC. From I-66, Exit 40; go 4 mi. N on US 15, right on 234 for 100 yards, left on Shelter Lane (Rt 601) 1.3 mi. Hosts: The Latham Family, 14004 Shelter Lane, Haymarket, VA 20169; 703-754-7944, www.greenvillecampground.com.
Greenville Farm Family Campground Family owned & operated since 1828 • Campground Established 1967
Anniversary 1967 ~ 2017
A Quiet, Family-Oriented Campground on a Real Working Farm!
35 miles from Washington, D.C. near the Manassas Battlefield 200 acre working farm • 43 wooded acres for your camping pleasure. Roam the farm, see the farming operation, and enjoy the animals. Four ponds stocked with bass, bluegill, and channel cats. Pool • Game Room • Pull-Thru Sites • Full Hookups
14004 Shelter Lane, Haymarket, VA 20169 • (703) 754-7944 • greenvillecampground.com
Northern Virginia offers the culture of two different worlds combining cosmopolitan skylines and country star-lit skies. Northern Virginia is next door to our nation’s capital - Washington, D.C. - yet has kept its own character reminiscent of colonial times, rambling plantations, equestrian farms and cobblestoned streets leading to quaint taverns, chic shops and historical gems. Fairfax County is a treasure trove of unique historic sites, museums, performance venues, and natural wonders. Visit and discover such national treasures such as George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens, the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, the Ali Zaman, Courtesy Virginia Workhouse Arts Center, Wolf Trap National Park for Tourism Corporation. the Performing Arts, and Great Falls National Park. Much more history can be found in Northern Virginia. Arlington honors our nation’s soldiers and military history at Arlington National Cemetery and the Women in Military Service For America Memorial. A beautifully-preserved historic district on the Potomac waterfront, Old Town Alexandria is the heart of the city George Washington called home. Today, Old Town’s cobblestone streets and red brick sidewalks hum with an energy that attracts everyone from presidents to pet lovers to some of the region’s best chef-driven restaurants; a vibrant arts culture, including the nationally renowned Torpedo Factory Art Center; a thriving boutique scene; numerous boat tours and water taxis; and creative cocktails and craft brews, including Alexandria’s own Port City Brewing Company, recently named the Best Small Brewery in America.”
Hillwood Camping Park Gainesville 50 year old friendly family owned campground tucked away in the fast growing family town of Gainesville, located in northern Virginia. Lots of shopping options in town. Long term rates and quick access to Rt. 66 and 35 miles from Washington, DC, 30 and 50 amp. All sites with water, electric and sewer. Note on-site phone service all sites at your expense directly with ph co for landline and internet. Cable tv, ph and internet on a few of the sites; most have own satellite dishes. LP Gas nearby. Laundry and bathhouse on site. Pets welcome with restrictions. Attractions: Manassas Battlefield and Washington, DC. Season: Open all year. Directions: Off of Rt. 66, exit 43A (Gainesville), 1/2 mile on the right Hosts: Pat Gardner, 14280 Gardner Manor Place, Gainesville, VA 20155; 703-754-6105; Fax 571-261-5139, www.hillwoodcamping.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indian Acres Club of Thornburg
Indian Acres Club of Thornburg is a beautiful 802 acre private family camping and recreation community nestled in the Northern Virginia countryside. Yours to own and use exclusively for your camping pleasure. Area Attractions: Fredericksburg, Kings Dominion Theme Park, Lake Anna, Washington DC Directions: Indian Acres is located between Washington DC & Richmond Virginia along I-95. From I-95 in Virginia take exit 118 onto Mud Tavern Road towards Thornburg (606 West). The road name changes to Morris Road at the intersection crossing Route 1. At approximately 2.9 miles from I-95, you will see the large Indian Acres sign on your right. Turn right onto Hiawatha Drive at the sign. Please have all passes ready when arriving at the gate. Aquiring Directions from GPS or Mapping Software: On some maps Indian Acres will appear as part of Thornburg, VA and some as Spotsylvania, VA. You may want to try both towns if using a GPS or mapping software. Contact Info: 6437 Morris Road, Spotsylvania, VA 22551. 540-582-6314. http://www.indianacres.org/
Prince William Forest RV Campground
An authorized concessioner of the National Park ServicePrince William Forest Park
Prince William Forest RV Campground | Dumfries
See ad this page. We are a private concession operated campground in Prince William Forest Park, a unit of the National • Paved Pull-Thru Sites Park System. We offer paved • Large 50 amp Full Hookup Sites 30-amp pull-through sites and • Wooded Tent Sites • Playground new 50 amp-80’ long, back-in • Swimming Pool sites have been added with big • Laundry & Propane rigs in mind. We are approximately 21 miles from Mt. Vernon, Manassas • Free Wi-Fi Battlefield, and Fredericksburg. We are approximately 28 miles from • Pet Playground 16058 Dumfries Rd., Dumfries, VA 22025 the White House, 4 miles from Quantico Marine Base and 5 miles from www.princewilliamforestrv.com Potomac Mills Mall. Prince William Forest RV Campground is the perfect • 703-221-2474 base-camp for your DC-area visit! Our facilities include heated restrooms email@example.com and showers, a small playground, laundry, great dog park, large outdoor chess/checkers set, and pristine swimming pool. Attractions: Prince William Forest Park, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Potomac Mills Outlet Mall, Washington DC, Mount Vernon. Season: Open Year Round. Directions: Exit 152B off I-95. Host: Recreational Adventures Co., 16058 Dumfries Road, Dumfries, VA 22025. 888-737-5730, 703-221-2474; princewilliamforestrv.com
Easy access from I-95 at Exit 152 B
Wilderness Presidential Resorts | Spotsylvania Wilderness Presidential Resort is a privately owned, family-oriented retreat that rests on more than 600 acres of beautiful forests and waterways in historic Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Open 365 days a year, Wilderness Owners and guests enjoy fun weekly planned activities, campsite access, RV rentals and fully stocked cabins. Whether you have been an owner for years, are new to the area or are looking for a weekend “home away from home”; Wilderness has new exciting things happening every day! Family reunions are popular at our resort and create lasting memories. Whether you are planning a family event, corporate function or any other special occasion – Wilderness Presidential Resort is the perfect retreat! Resort Amenities: 2 Outdoor Pools, 1 Indoor Heated Pool, 2 Lakes and Marinas, Paddle Boat and Jon Boat Rentals, Adventure Park with Ropes Course and Climbing Wall, Mini-Golf, Basketball, Disc Golf, General Store, Grill, Full Gym, Horseshoe Pits, Multiple Playgrounds, 2 Fitness Centers, Clubhouse, 2 Pavilions for group rentals and 24-Hour Security. Area Attractions: Located just 15 minutes away from Historic Downtown Fredericksburg and Central Park, Fredericksburg’s Premier Shopping Center. Surrounded by Chancellorsville and Wilderness Civil War Battlefields. Also just a short drive from Kings Dominion, Lake Anna, Washington D.C. and Virginia’s Capitol, Richmond. Directions: Located just 9 miles off of Interstate-95, take exit 130B toward Route 3 West/Culpeper and travel for about 10 minutes. The Resort will be located on your left hand side just after the Chancellorsville Battlefield. Discounts: 10% Military Discount Season: Year Round Contact Info: 9220 Plank Road Spotsylvania, Virginia 22553-4237; (540) 972-7433 Thinking of planning a Group Event? Contact (540) 972-7433 ext. 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. www.wpresort.com
Shenandoah Valley The Big Valley
The Shenandoah Valley stretches 200 miles across the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains. It’s been nicknamed “The Big Valley” and immortalized in song, dance, film and Scott K. Brown. Courtesy Virginia Tourism Corporation. television. The history and heritage of the region includes many sites devoted to the pioneers who traveled westward, settled and farmed - those like the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton and Cyrus McCormick’s Farm in Raphine. He invented the first reaper! During the Civil War this region was nicknamed “The Breadbasket of the Confederacy.” In Lexington, visit Virginia Military Institute and Washington & Lee University - where Gen. Robert E. Lee served as president after the war and where the Lee Chapel & Museum is located. See battlefields - New Market Battlefield State Park and Fisher’s Hill Battlefield. Another historical site of the region is the Birthplace of President Woodrow Wilson.
Candy Hill Campground Winchester See ad this page. Located in Winchester at the top of the Shenandoah Valley. 100 sites for tents to big rigs, pull-thrus, 30/50 amp, paved roads, log cabins, trolley trips Sat. Apr.Oct., wireless Internet service, catering, LP gas, swimming, playgrounds, pavilion, game-room, laundry, store, pets accepted. Cable TV. Big rigs welcome. Attractions: Caverns, civil war historic sites, plantation homes, Skyline Drive, Harpers Ferry, golf courses, horse, car & bike racing. Season: Year ‘round. Events: Apple Blossom Festival, Apple Harvest Festival. Discounts: Good Sam. Directions: I-81 to exit for Rt 37, follow Rt 37 to Rt 50 west 1 block. Turn left at the 7-11. Hosts: Karl & Selena Littman, 165 Ward Avenue, Winchester, VA 22602; 540-662-8010 or 800-462-0545; Fax: 540-662-8464; www.candyhill.com; email@example.com
Harrisonburg/ Shenandoah Valley KOA | Broadway
See Ad Back Cover Big Rig friendly pull thru sites, lodges, cabins, and tent sites. Quiet, wooded campground, pets and all families are welcome. Seasonal swimming pool, free mini-golf and outdoor games, WIFI, propane, firewood, fishing, playground, pavilion, hiking/biking trail, small game room, laundry, bathhouse, store and PIZZA! See our website for Seasonal theme weekends. Attractions: Luray Caverns, Civil War Battlefields, Skyline Drive/ Shenandoah National Park, horseback riding, Massanuttun Ski Resort, Indoor/Outdoor Water Park, Shenandoah River, apple picking, James Madison University, farmers markets, wineries, antiques, golfing, Harrisonburg, VA , and much more all within a 30 minute drive! Discounts: KOA value card, Military, Police, Firefighter. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: (Do not trust your GPS) I-81 Exit 257, take US RT 11 North about 100 yards to SR 608 (Mauzy Athlone Road). Right on 608. Continue about 4 miles to the end of the road, continue forward into our driveway. 12840 Mountain Valley Road, Broadway, VA 22815; 540-896-8929; koa.com/campgrounds/ Harrisonburg, firstname.lastname@example.org
In Northern Virginia, at the Top of the Shenandoah Valley!
Welcome to Northern Virginia’s Highest Rated Campground! Open All Year! Trolley Trips • Special Events 103 Landscaped and Level Sites Pull-Through Sites • Cable TV • WiFi Clean Bath House with A/C • Pets Welcome Large Swimming Pool • Rental Bikes Rental Golf Carts • Off Leash Dog Run Reservations Year ‘Round
1-800-462-0545 Office (540) 662-8010
www.candyhill.com • 165 Ward Ave, Winchester, VA 22602
Mountain Lake Campground | Paris
A quiet family owned campground located near the head of the Shenandoah Valley. Swimming, fishing, 7 laundry, pets accepted (leashed). LEESBURG
Attractions: 1.5 miles west of Appalachian Trail; 1 mile east of Shenandoah River; near Skyline Drive, 7 battlefields, Washington, DC; the State Arboretum, and many wineries. Events: Winchester Apple Blossom Festival; Delaplane Strawberry Festival. WASHINGTON Season: Year ‘round. 7 Directions: .5 miles off Rt. 50 on Rt. 606, approximately 3 miles west of Paris. ALEXANDRIA
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22 Hosts: Edward and Brenda VanKeuren, 127 Mountain Lake Lane, Paris, VA 20130; 540-837-2134; email@example.com 42 WARRENTON MANASSAS
Natural Bridge/Lexington KOA | Natural Bridge
See Ad Back Cover In the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Large shady 50 amp pull-thrus, A/C Kamping Kabins, Deluxe CULPEPER ONBURG Cabins, 39 clean A/C restrooms. Free WiFi, Cable TV, LP gas, swimming, playground, gameroom, laundry, campstore, gift shop, pet playground. 30 3 50Attractions: Natural Bridge and Caverns, Safari Park, Natural Bridge Zoo, speedway, wineries, canoeing, FREDERICKSBURG 21 COLONIAL BEACHshopping and dining in historic Lexington. hiking and3 fishing. Also, great 3 3 Season: Year ‘Round. 16 Directions: I-81 south Exit 180B, go straight across to campground; I-81 north Exit 180, left on SR 11, 1/4 mile. 24 Hosts: The Conger Family, 214 Killdeer Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578; 540-291-2770 or 800-562-8514; naturalbridgekoa.com, firstname.lastname@example.org 20 Skylin e r ive
Shenandoah River Outfitters Camp OutBack 45 | Luray
3 TEMPERANCEVILLE A tent campground with 25 wooded sites for up to 10 people, with picnic table & fire ring. (No electric/ autos on sites, no dump facilities.) Restrooms, hot showers, firewood for sale, camp store, canoeing, kayaking, rafting and tubing rentals, pets accepted. 3 25 Attractions: Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park. Season: Apr. 1-Nov. 15. URBANNA Directions: From Luray, go north on3340N. 3Bus. 200 yards, turn left on Mechanic St. (Rt 675), 4 miles 40 18 (changes to Bixler’s Ferry Rd) across the Shenandoah River. Turn right on South Page Valley Rd (SR 684) go 6.5 mi. RICHMOND Host: Nancy Sottosanti, 6502 S. Page Valley 9 Rd., Luray, VA 22835; 3 540-743-4159 or 800-6CANOE2; shenandoahriver.com; email@example.com 19 640
41 1Campground Shenandoah Valley | Mt. Jackson 8 52 51
36 CAPE CHARLES An ADA approved campground, nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Mt. Jackson, VA. Located 2 WILLIAMSBURG 54 30/50 amp RV sites (pull thrus and back ins) big rigs less than one mile off of I-81. 43 sites to include are welcome, cabins and tent sites. We also 37 offer wifi, cable TV, campstore, snackbar, playground, pool, PETERSBURG basketball court, miniature golf, bathhouse, laundry facility, pavilion, pet friendly and more. Attractions: Shenandoah Caverns, Virginia CivilHAMPTON War Museum, Bryce Ski Resort, Lake Laura, Rt. 11 Chips NEWPORT Season: Open all year. NEWS Directions: I-81 to Exit 269, follow to Caverns Road to Industrial Park Rd Hosts: David and Diane Saville, Road, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842; 540-477-3080; fax 49 168 Industrial Park NORFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH 540-477-3083; shenandoahfamilycampground.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. 199
• Spectacular Waterfall 53 Fishing FRANKLIN •EMPORIA Trout & Bass • Indoor Hot Tubs • River Tubing • Huge Pool & Kiddie Pool • On-site Camper Rental
RV HookUps • Cabins Heated/AC • Shaded Tent Sites
I-81 Exit 227 • 800-310-2580 • CampingIsFun.com
Shenandoah Valley Campground™ | Verona 48
See adSUFFOLK thisCHESAPEAKE page. Located in the Heart 10 Valley, nestled within of13the Shenandoah 1 ½ mile horseshoe bend of Middle River, we are the only38campground in Virginia with a spectacular waterfall and four indoor hot tubs. FREE WI-FI, river tubing, trout and bass fishing in the river as well as trout and bass fishing in our well stocked lake. We also offer a pool, kiddie pool, 18 hole mini-golf, game room, basketball, 2 playgrounds and a cafe/pizza shop. Full hook ups, 30 am / 50 amp. Cable TV. Heated/AC camping cabins. On-site Rental Campers. See our special events and planned activites at CampingIsFun.com. Facebook.com/ShenandoahValleyCampground. Directions: I-81, Exit 227, west on Laurel Hill Rd. 1m, Right on Lee Jackson Highway .6m, left on Bald Rock Rd. 1.2 m., 476 Bald Rock Road, Verona, Va. 24482 540-248-2267 or 1-800-310-2580; www.campingisfun.com 168
The Cove Campground | Gore The Cove Campground is open year round and consists of 3000 mountain acres and includes 3 large lakes and 30 miles of ATV and motorcycle trails. The campsites are large and most are wooded. Several lakeside sites are available. The Cove provides family camping removed from commercialization. Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Pavilion, Climbing, Hiking, ATV Trails, bird watching. Cabins and event hosting. Pets are welcome. Attractions: Historic Homes, Civil War Battlefields, Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: Go to Gore, VA 12 miles W of Winchester on Rt 50, turn on to Rt 751. At Gore, take Rt 704 4.5 miles to Rt 683 to The Cove Entrance Host: Willis and Daniel McDowell, 980 Cove Road, Gore, VA 22637; 540-858-2882; www.covecampground.com; email@example.com
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Luray | Luray See Ad This Page Located in Shenandoah Valley with mountain views. Midway between Luray Caverns and Shenandoah National Park. Scenic family resort with full time activities. Amenities include pools, water slide, mini golf, pedal boats, restaurant, golf cart rentals, and more. Attractions: Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park. Discounts: Club Yogi. Directions: I-81, Exit 264; follow US 211, 20 miles east. Hosts: 2250 US Highway 211 East, Luray, VA 22835; 540-743-4002; www.campluray.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort @ Natural Bridge Natural Bridge Station
See Ad This Page Dual water slide, spray playground, jumping pillows. Family camping resort on the James River with views of the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains. Rent a tube or canoe and float the James. Swimming pool, swim lake with sandy beach and inflatable water course, fish pond, snack bar, golf cart rentals, planned activities, game room and mini golf. Attractions: Natural Bridge, caverns, Wax Museum, Haunted Museum, Zoo, Safari Park. Discounts: Yogi Rewards, Active Military, AARP, Good Sam. Directions: From Natural Bridge take Rte. 130E 4 miles, Right on Rt. 759. First left after crossing the river onto James River Rd. – 1 mile to campground entrance on left. Hosts: Kevin & Crystal McLindsay, 16 Recreation Lane, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579; 540-291-2727 or 800-258-9532; Fax: 540-291-1942; www.campnbr.com; email@example.com
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Chantilly Farm | Floyd
Chantilly Farm is a campground and special events facility located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Floyd County, Virginia. Located only 6 miles from Downtown Floyd and minutes off the Blue Ridge Parkway and Crooked Road Music Trail, this is the perfect place to park your RV or pitch your tent while visiting our part of Southwestern Virginia. Electric, sewer and water hookups are available for RV’s and a dump station is available on-site. Primitive tent camping spaces are available, some with amenities. Amenities include: handicapped accessible shower and restroom facilities, hiking, bird watching, ATM and ice, free wifi. Please call for availability and reservations. Attractions: Blue Ridge Parkway, Crooked Road Music Trail, Chateau Morrisette, Buffalo Mountain Natural Preserve, Mabry Mill, Floyd Country Store, unique galleries and shops nearby. Special Events: Chantilly Farm’s Annual Bluegrass and BBQ Festival (Memorial Day weekend), Chantilly Farm’s Annual Floyd Auto Fair (third weekend of August). CameronDavidson@CameronDavidson.com Season: Open year ‘round (except during inclement winter weather) Dancing at the Friday Night Jamboree at the Floyd Country Store. Directions: Located 6 miles east of Floyd on Franklin Pike (681). 40 miles from Roanoke, 34 miles from I-77, and 25 miles from I-81. Please The Birthplace of Country Music check our website for exact directions. As the Birthplace of Country Music, this area invites you to Host: David Larsen travel The Crooked Road on a musical journey. The hotspots Contact: (540) 808-4984; 2697 Franklin Pike, Floyd, VA 24091; include Bristol, Fiddling Conventions, such as the granddaddy of www.chantillyfarm.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
‘em all - Galax and the Floyd Country Store. “America’s Most Scenic Drive,” the Blue Ridge Parkway, runs through this region of Virginia. Explore the abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, and plenty of places to see wildlife ... Clinch Mountain Wildlife Management Area Crooked Creek Wildlife Management Area State Parks in the Blue Ridge Highlands Abingdon is known around the world for Barter Theatre, The State Theater of Virginia, its two-week-long Virginia Highlands Festival and its Historic District with charming residences and craft shops. Blacksburg is home to Virginia Tech, the state’s largest university and home of Lane Stadium, where NCAA Atlantic Coast Conference football match-ups are waged. Before leaving the region, be sure to visit Saltville, “The Salt Capitol of the Confederacy,” and its Museum of the Middle Appalachians. Meadows of Dan’s Primland Resort offers mountain-top chalets, elegant dining and Orvis-endorsed activities like flyfishing and wingshooting, as well as mountain biking and ATV trails. Find your passion for the outdoors and pioneering in the Blue Ridge Highlands!
Meadows of Dan Campground Meadows of Dan Shaded and sunny sites, 30/50 amp service; 70’ pull-thrus; secluded, wooded tent sites; cozy & luxury log cabin rentals. Modem, fishing (c&r), playground, laundry, pets accepted (campground only, no pets in cabins). Attractions: Blue Ridge Parkway, Mabry Mill, hiking trails, wineries, Wood Brothers Museum, JEB Stuart birthplace, covered bridges, antique stores, golf courses. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: Junction Blue Ridge Parkway & Bus. 58, 23 miles East I-77. Host: Carleen Lister, 2182 J.E.B. Stuart Highway, Meadows of Dan, VA 24120; 866-952-2292 or 276-952-2292; www.meadowsofdancampground.com; email@example.com
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Leeman Field Campground | Pennington Gap Leeman Field Campground and RV Park sits adjacent to the Spearhead Trail’s Stone Mountain ATV Trail and brand new trailhead welcome center with two showers. The location of the park allows ATV riders (helmets required) to travel from the trail into town via designated streets to shop, eat and enjoy live shows and movies in Lee Theatre. Offering both 30 and 50 amp service hook-ups, and two convenient pull through lots for towing, the campground is part of Leeman Field Recreation Park, all owned by the Town of Pennington Gap. The campground is conveniently located near the swimming pool, horse arena, and horse barn, walking greenway, outdoor basketball, volleyball, tennis courts and league baseball fields. The north fork of the Powell River runs along the park border and the greenway. Special Events: The park hosts the annual Lee County Fair the last weekend in August and Lights in the Park from Thanksgiving until New Year’s Eve, concluding with fireworks. The Fourth of July celebration also includes a large fireworks display. On designated weekends in summer, the Town sponsors ATV Drag races near the park entrance, Cumberland Horse Association sponsors riding competitions and Lee Tractor Association has tractor pull competitions. Attractions: Lee Theatre, Stone Mountain ATV Trail, day trip to Wilderness Road State Park, Sand Cave, Cumberland Gap. For additional information about upcoming events or the town, see www.townofpenningtonva.gov or call 276-298-5177. Season: Open year round, Directions: from I-75, to Cumberland Gap, East on ALT58 (Veteran’s Memorial Hwy) 50 miles to Pennington Gap, left at second light on Kentucky St., one mile into Leeman Field at the Intersection of 421, straight across the bridge. From I-81to 23N, at Duffield, VA, travel 58 West 12 miles to 421 North, 5 miles to Pennington Gap, left on ALT58, to second light, right on 421 N, one mile to Leeman Field on the right across the bridge. Host: Keith Harless, 528 Industrial, Pennington Gap 24277, 276-546-1177, www.townofpenningtonva.gov, email@example.com
Trailhead ATV Resort | Bluefield
See ad this page. Nestled in the heart of southwestern Virginia, Trailhead ATV Resort offers the perfect lodging location for ATV & Dirt Bike enthusiasts with a selection of Cabins, Cottages and RV sites available. Trailhead ATV Resort provides the unique combination of a top quality campground and proximity to two premiere trail systems: the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and the Spearhead Trails System. Trailhead ATV Resort offers convenience and comfort. The resort features 14 cabins/cottages and 7 RV sites. All lodging sites feature fire pits, picnic tables, cable TV, and WiFi. RV sites are available with water, electric and cable TV hook up. All cabins include heat and AC, private bathroom with shower, cable TV, kitchen including coffee pot & toaster & outdoor charcoal grills. Trailhead ATV Resort also offers a general store that will have anything you may have forgotten along with ATV supplies, souvenirs, and groceries. We also have a bathhouse and 24-Hour Laundry facility on site. Trailhead Resort guests have access to WiFi as we understand it is important to stay in touch when you are away from home. Trailhead Resort is located directly across from a convenience store with fuel and a car/4wheeler wash. VIRGINIA Season: Trailhead Resort is open year round. Directions: Located 25 miles from I-77. See website for exact AN ATV RESORT directions (avoid GPS recommendations and follow website directions.) Hosts: Trailhead Resort, 465 Miners Park Lane, Bluefield, VA 24605. 276-945-3089; www.trailheadatvresort.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Affiliated with
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Come Join the Adventure at Trailhead Resort! A campground built specifically for the ATV enthusiast! Direct Access to Hatfield-McCoy and Spearhead Trail Systems. Cottages, cabins and RV sites available. Bathhouse, laundry and store on-site.
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Tidewater & Hampton Roads
Families, be sure to visit Busch Gardens theme park, voted the most beautiful theme park in the world, and soaking-wet fun Water Country USA! Golfers, this region is home to some of the best award-winning golf courses in the country, such as Kingsmill Resort & Spa.
American Heritage RV Park | Williamsburg Located in Williamsburg area in the VA Historical Triangle of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown. Clean, quiet and friendly family campground. Highest rated park in Virginia 10-10*-10. LP Gas, WiFi, Cable TV, “Hippo Slide” world’s largest water slide, ,swimming, put put golf, playground, gameroom, nature trail, clubhouse, laundry, gift shop, pets accepted. Park model and cabin rentals. Attractions: Bush Gardens, Water Country USA, Go-Carts Plus, Colonial Downs, York River State Park, Colonial Williamsburg, Prime Outlets, restaurants and golf courses, Virginia Beach. Season: Year’round. Directions: from I-64 exit at 231A (Norge). Take 2nd left at Mennonite Church onto Maxton Lane; go 300 yards to 1st left into park entrance. 146 Maxton Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23188; Discounts: AAA, Good Sam, AARP and military. 757-566-2133. Fax:757-566-8006; www.americanheritagervpark.com; email@example.com
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The Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads region
Anvil Campground Williamsburg
A nationally top-rated park! Everything here is first-class: hook-ups, rentals, bathhouse, amenities, and staff. Friendliest and cleanest park on the The Historic Triangle planet! Williamsburg’s only campground with shuttle-services. Only campground in the heart of Williamsburg! Big-rig friendly, super petVisit Historic Jamestowne, the Birthplace of English-speaking America, as well as Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory friendly, family-friendly, satellite-friendly, WIFI, cable, 50-amps, paved roads, pull-thrus, renovated restrooms with granite countertops, unique Center in Williamsburg. General Store, swimming pool, three playgrounds, arcade, basketball, handicap accessible, recycling, security, and paved nature trail. Nearby attractions include: Attractions: Busch Gardens Europe, Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Colonial National Historical Park Jamestown, Jamestown Settlement, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Water James River Plantations Country USA, Yorktown Battlefield, and Yorktown Victory Center. “Celebrating 63 Years & Millions of Memories ~ 1954-2017!” Colonial Williamsburg, the nation’s largest living history museum, Season: Year ‘round Directions: From I-64, take exit 238; follow the “Anvil Campground” is actually a functional colonial town itself, and one of the most signs popular destinations in the world! Host: Chris Jump, 5243 Mooretown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188, 757-565-2300, anvilcampground.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
continues to draw visitors year after year. There’s so much to see and do year ‘round that you’ll definitely be glad you came.
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Chesapeake Campground | Chesapeake Located in Chesapeake, CENTRALLY located to all Portsmouth and Norfolk shipyards and Naval facilities. Family-owned, safe and quiet campground with 24-hour security on site. 113 RV sites, 29 tent sites, 4 cabins & 300 RV storage sites. Restroom and laundry room. Playground areas and pavilion rentals for family reunions/corporate & church picnics! 2 swimming pools, tennis/basketball courts; chapel and exercise room; pony rides in season. Close to shopping. Sits on the Great Dismal Swamp Canal and New Hiking/biking trail. Canoe/John Boat Rentals; Golf Driving Range; Miniature Golf; Bicycle and Golf Cart Rentals. Camp store. Antique and Furniture Refinishing Store attached. Free Wi-Fi in camp store. Attractions: Near Virginia Beach, Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Water Park, VA Air & Space Museum. Discounts: Good Sam. Season: Open year-round for RV & Cabins. Directions: From I-64, take Exit #296 (17 South Business-Deep Creek). Go to 2nd light, turn left; immediately cross drawbridge and turn right. We are 2 miles down on the left. Host: Lee Markley, 693 S George Washington Hwy, Chesapeake, VA 23323, 757-485-0149; chesapeakecampgroundva.com; email@example.com
Davis Lakes Campground | Suffolk
Davis Lakes & Campground is family owned and operated for over 33 years. We provide: 30/50 amp full hook up pull thru and back in RV sites, shady open sites with gravel pads and grassy area, cabin rentals, 16 bed bunkhouses, shelter and pavilion rental, 3 spring fed lakes, sandy beach for swimming, fishing with no license required, clean bathhouse with hot showers, daily, weekly and monthly rates. Season: Year round. Attractions: Only 1 hour from Virginia Beach or Williamsburg. Directions: From Jct. of US 13/Rte. 32 and Horton Dr., NW 0.3 mi on Horton Dr. to Byrd St., W 0.2 mi on Byrd St. Hosts: Helen Davis and Denise Thomas, 200 Byrd Street, Suffolk, VA 23434; (757) 539-1191, davislakescampground.net, firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday Trav-L-Park | Virginia Beach See Ad This Page The closest park to the VA Beach resort area. Trailer and tent sites. Free parking on our beach parking lot. WiFi ($), SuperSites, cabins, picnic tables, swimming, playground, mini-golf, LP gas, pavilion, gameroom, store, laundry, organized activities and entertainment in season. Dog Park. Attractions: Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Festival Park, First Landing and False Cape State Parks, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Cape Henry Lighthouses, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown, Busch Gardens. Discounts: All major camping/auto clubs plus seniors. Season: Year â€˜round. Directions: After reaching the resort area, travel south on Pacific Ave. across the Rudee Inlet Bridge, continue 1.5 miles to our entrance on the right. Hosts: Robert & Virginia Bosher, 1075 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23451; 757-425-0249 or 800-548-0223; Fax: 757-425-5117; www.campingvb.com; email@example.com
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Ed Allen’s | Lanexa Ed Allen’s Campground is a family owned and operated campground located along the beautiful shores of the Chickahominy Lake in Lanexa, VA. Ed Allen’s offers a peaceful, 100 acre shaded retreat featuring some of Virginia’s finest camping, fishing, recreation, wildlife and surrounding area attractions to include: Colonial Williamsburg, Bush Gardens, Water Country USA, Jamestown Settlement and much more! Peaceful evenings around the fire, fishing, boating, kayaking, swimming or watching breathtaking sunsets make for unforgettable memories. Try your luck on our two fully stocked ponds located on the premises or one of Virginia’s greatest fishing retreats, the Chickahominy Lake. We offer large shaded overnight, weekly, monthly, seasonal, and park model sites. Whether you come by RV, bring a camper, pitch a tent, or stay in one of our cottages, we’re sure you’ll find us accommodating! EXCITING NEWS FOR 2017: BRAND NEW POOL & PLAYGROUND! Discounts: Senior Citizen/Active Military. Events: Live entertainment and other festivities on holiday weekends. Season: Year round. Tents March 25th – November 15th. Directions: Conveniently located near interstate 64, off route 60. Hosts: Brock Allen Ward, 13501 Campground Road, Lanexa, VA 23089; 804-966-2582; edallens.com; email@example.com
Newport News Park Campground Newport News See ad this page. Our 188 campsites are spaciously arranged throughout natural woodlands and are surrounded by many comforts of home, including electrical and water hookups, bathhouses, parking pads, picnic tables, grills, playgrounds, laundry facilities, a camp store, 24-hour security, and a centralized sewage disposal station, to name a few. The Park also boasts two youth group sites, a Boy Scout Primitive Camping Area, 30+ miles of hiking and biking trails; geocaching; fishing, boating and canoeing on the Park’s scenic reservoir. The Park, located between Richmond and Virginia Beach, is ideally situated in an area rich in historical attractions, theme parks, and museums. Attractions: Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Mariner’s Museum, Virginia Living Museum, Virginia War Museum, Yorktown. Discounts: Senior Citizen. Season: Year ‘Round Directions: From Jct. I-64 & Rt. 143, exit 250B (Jefferson Avenue), go 1 mile west on Hwy 143. Host: Kristi Barber, 13564 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, VA 23603; 757-888-3333 or 800-203-8322; Fax: 757-886-7981; www.nnparks.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Riverside Camp #2 | Lanexa Beautiful overnight sites on the Chickahominy River, great fishing & pleasure riding river. Riverfront cabin rentals. Motorcycles allowed. Family campground with boating, fishing store, tackle shop, bait, ice, boat ramp, dockage, dump station, restrooms, picnic tables, grills, fire rings, canoe rentals, Jon boat/motor rentals. Pets on leash accepted. Only one hour drive from nearby military bases. Wireless internet$. Attractions: Williamsburg/Jamestown, Busch Gardens, golf courses, plantations, Go Carts Plus. Season: March 15 - Nov. 15. Seasonal and monthly sites available. Discounts: Military 10%. Directions: 25 miles east of Richmond on Rt 60, turn right on Rt 627 for 3 miles. Hosts: Mike & Sandy Johncox, 715 Riverside Dr., Lanexa, VA 23089; 804-966-5536; Online reservations: www.riversidecamp2.com; email@example.com
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Virginia Beach KOA | Virginia Beach See Ad Back Cover Family-friendly campground in Virginia Beach. Trolley takes you right to the beach in summer! 50/30 amp, RV and tent sites; A/C Deluxe Cabins and Camping Cabins. Pet-friendly, free wi-fi, free cable TV in Deluxe Cabins & full hook-up sites, laundry, store. 2 swimming pools & giant water slide (seasonal), Jumping Pillow, playgrounds, dog park, game courts, activities May-Oct. Attractions: World-famous Virginia Beach and Boardwalk, Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Waterpark, Adventure Park zipline, paintball on property, military bases nearby. Discounts: KOA Value Kard, 10% Active/Retired/Veteran military/law enforcement, Scouts.
Season: Year ‘round. Directions: From 264E, exit 21A, turn right on First Colonial, go 3.8 miles (becomes Oceana Blvd), left on General Booth to KOA on right. Host: Keith Stachurski, 1240 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23451; 800-562-4150 or 757-428-1444; www.koavirginiabeach.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.
White Tail Resort Inc. | Ivor
Family nudist resort, RV sites, tenting, cabins, planned activities, outdoor & indoor pools, hot tub, sports, playground, 15000 sq ft indoor recreation building, restaurant, outdoor pavilion, chapel, laundry, LP gas, WiFi, 78 channel cable TV, pets leashed. Attractions: Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Water Country USA, Jamestown Settlement, Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Petersburg civil war battlefields are an hour or less away. Yorktown, Richmond and Kings Dominion are a 75-90 minute drive. Special Events: Open House Weekend from 10am-4pm on July 8th & 9th, 2017., BeachFest August 3-5, 2017. Art & Craft Show from 8am-4pm on Saturday, September 30, 2017. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: From Ivor, 2.5 miles east on US 460 to Rt 635, left on 635 for .04 mile to White Tail Dr., 0.8 mile to gate. Host: Robert R. Roche, 39033 White Tail Dr., Ivor, VA 23866; 757-859-6123 or 800-987-6833; Fax 757-859-6724; www.whitetailresort.org; email@example.com
Williamsburg KOA | Williamsburg
See Ad Back Cover It’s revolutionary fun at Williamsburg KOA, a 180-acre quiet, wooded campground where history and relaxation meet. Located in Virginia’s Historic Triangle, it’s minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Visit nearby top-rated theme parks Busch Gardens and Water Country USA. After a busy day, retreat to the campground where you’ll find a heated pool, splash pad, two Jumping Pillows, gem mining, geocaches, Kamp K9 for your furry friend and so much more. For an easy getaway, try one of the Classic Cabins. If you prefer all the comforts of home, you’ll love the Deluxe Cabins with new Rugged Comfort signature sleep systems and linens. Whether you have a big rig, pop up, tent or just a sleeping bag, this KOA has a place for you. Enjoy free cable, Wi-Fi, beautiful nature trails, theme weekends and fun planned activities in season. Discount attractions/tour tickets available. We look forward to making your vacation an experience to remember! View our Vacation Planner online to start planning your Williamsburg KOA vacation today! Host: 4000 Newman Road. Williamsburg, VA 23188, (757) 565-2907, (800) 562-1733, firstname.lastname@example.org williamsburgkoa.com
Williamsburg RV & Camping Resort | Williamsburg
The history of America is the backdrop of our Williamsburg RV Camping Resort & RV Campground in Virginia. Just minutes away from Virginia’s Historic Triangle, there is something for the whole family. Our RV campground puts you in Virginia’s historical center while giving you a comfortable place to go home to at Williamsburg’s finest RV camping resort. Daily, monthly and annual sites are available at this RV campground in Virginia, plus there are also fully equipped park model rentals. You can purchase your own “cottage” at the campground and enjoy rent free vacations time after time. We have a general store and coin laundry, Wi-Fi service, and pets are welcome at Williamsburg RV Camping Resort. Attractions: Go back in time at three living history museums – Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center – as well as the national park sites of Historic Jamestowne and Yorktown Battlefield. Season: All Year Directions: From I-64W, take Exit 231A (Rt 607); right on VA-30W; Left onto Partriot Ln; Right onto Independence Dr; Right onto Minuteman Dr, resort on left. Hosts: 4301 Rochambeau Dr, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23188. 888-551-9102, www.rvonthego.com/virginia/williamsburg-rv-camping-resort
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Lynchburg Blue Ridge Parkway KOA 6252 Elon Rd, Monroe, VA 24574-3012 800-562-8717 • 434-299-5228 http://lynchburgkoa.com/
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7400 Brookside Lane, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 800-562-1889 • 540-898-7252 www.fredericksburgkoa.com
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