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(757) 824-0777 Virginia’s Eastern Shore 8107 Tall Pines Lane • Temperanceville, VA 23442

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From the Mountains… Courtesy Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground

…to the Ocean! 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. 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! 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 2013 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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Join the VCA… Become a Virginia Campground Association Member, contact: David Gorin, Executive Director, David Gorin & Associates P.O. Box 9928 • McLean, VA 22102 • (703) 448-6863 E-Mail: • To advertise, contact Jim Stallard, Stallard Studios Publishing 610 West Main Street • Wytheville, VA 24382 • (276) 228-7092 E-Mail: •

Thanks to our Photo Contributors:

Tall Pines Campground, Virginia State Parks, Wytheville Convention and Visitors Bureau, Beagle Ridge Herb Farm, Morgan Management, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort @ Natural Bridge, Montebello Resort, Holiday Trav-L-Park,, Montebello Camping and Fishing Resort, Charlottesville KOA, Holiday Trav-L-Park. COVER: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Gloucester Point.and Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground


President: Karl Littman, Candy Hill Campground Vice President: Ray Barker, Tall Pines Harbor Campground Treasurer: Phil Upton, Holiday Trav-L-Park & Best Parks in America Virginia Beach Chairman of the Board: Steve Albrecht, Staunton KOA / Walnut Hills Campground

VCA Directors:

Bob Aldrich, Madison KOA/Shenandoah Hills Campground Scott Daniels, Cozy Acres Campground Ken Gedicke, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Gloucester Point Mike Johncox, Riverside Camp #2, Hidden Acres Campground Kathi Martin, Deer Trail Campground Joe Elton, Virginia State Parks

C o nte nt s : Southwest Blue Ridge Highlands Shenandoah Valley Northern Virginia Central Virginia Tidewater & Hampton Roads Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore

Map of Campgrounds ~ inside back cover

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Southwest & Blue Ridge Highlands

Natural Tunnel State Park, Courtesy Virginia State Parks


Mount Rogers - Highest Peak in Virginia The Crooked Road, Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail Virginia Highlands Festival - Area’s Arts, Crafts, Music Virginia Creeper Trail - Originally Native American

Claytor Lake State Park


Located on the 4,500 acre, 21 mile long Claytor Lake in the New River Valley of southwestern Virginia, Claytor Lake State Park offers a wide variety of activities for water and land enthusiasts. The park also has an excellent marina, campsites, RV hook ups, cabins, hiking trails, picnicking facilities, sandy beach area and meeting facility. Season: Cabins open year ‘round, campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Directions: From I-81, take Exit 101 (Claytor Lake) to State Park Road (State Route 660). Travel South on State Park Road, which ends at the park’s entrance. Hosts: Claytor Lake State Park, 6620 Ben H. Bolen                Drive, Dublin, VA 24084; 540-643-2500;

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Deer Trail Park &  Campground Inc. Beautiful Mountain Views

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Fishing water & Pond sewer. At the base of Big Walker Mountain, a clear   flows through this campground. Fish our  OPEN creek mountain ALL YEAR stocked pond or swim in the heated pool. Kids playground, horseshoes, volleyball,  sites   hot showers - clean bathhouse. Stay in one of our   hiking trails, and laundry, full RV hookupsstore • grassy tent • free WIFI  laundry • groceries • hiking trail • firewood RATES. Attractions: Jefferson National cabins! Free Wi-Fi, SEASONAL   kids • shade trees Forest, Bigplayground Walker Mountain Lookout Season: Open year ‘round. DeertrailI-81 Campground, Directions: to ExitInc.70, go north on Rt 52 for 9 miles, take a left – I-81 to Exit 70, go North 9 Miles on US 52 see ourLeft sign onFork Gullion Fork Rd. Hosts: Ted and Kathi Martin, 599 Gullion Gullion Rd. to 599. 599 Gullion Fork Rd., Wytheville, 24382 Fork Rd, Wytheville, VAVA24382; 276-228-3636; 




Lake Ridge RV Resort

Our mission is to provide our visitors with camping excellence in a friendly atmosphere, clean facilities and enjoyable activities so you enjoy a great escape in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Planned theme weekends, twin 400’ water slides, 2 heated pools. Company, group outings, catering. Attractions: Blue Ridge Parkway, golf, Fiddlers Convention, outlet malls. Events: Labor Day Fun & Flea Market, Hillsville, VA. Season: March 1 - November 15. Directions: Exit 89A off I-81; exit 14 off I-77. Hosts: Alan and Joyce Sumrall, 8736 Double Cabin Road, Hillsville, VA 24343; 276-766-3703;; E-mail: 4

Meadows of Dan Campground

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;; E-Mail:

Smyth County Tourism H.L. Bonham Tourism Center

408 Whitetop Road, Chilhowie, VA 24319 Phone: (276) 646-3306, Fax: (276) 646-3301, The Gateway to Smyth County! Get maps and information on attractions, lodging, and restaurants for the Towns of Chilhowie, Saltville and Marion.


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CHILHOWIE • MARION • SALTVILLE SUGAR GROVE • ATKINS • 276.646.3306 • 877.255.9928 —4—


Natural Tunnel State Park

Natural Tunnel has been attracting sightseers to the mountains of southwestern Virginia for more than 100 years. Today it is the focal point of Natural Tunnel State Park, a park which offers visitors not only spectacular sights but also swimming, camping, RV hook ups, picnicking, hiking, a visitor center, an amphitheater and interpretive programs. Season: Cabins open year ‘round, campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Contact Info: Natural Tunnel State Park, 1420 Natural Tunnel Parkway, Duffield, VA 24244-9361; 276-940-2674;

Beagle Ridge Herb Farm Wytheville

Wytheville Convention & Visitors Bureau

975 Tazewell Street, Wytheville, VA 24382 Phone: (877) 347-8307,, Numerous attractions, restaurants and shopping nearby for visiting campers! Call 877-347-8307 for free visitor guide. Wythe History… Comes Adventure!

Wythe History… …Comes Adventure!

Wythe County… 7 campgrounds, 140 + miles of trails for biking, hiking, horseback riding, and trail motorcycling… trophy fish from trout, small and largemouth bass, catfish, muskie to walleye fishing, two wineries, fine restaurants, and welcoming accommodations to spoil anyone!

Stroll through history, hike a trail, experience an evening of musical entertainment, sample a locally crafted wine. A visit to this small town offers authentic adventures Wythe a historical touch.

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Intersection I-81/I-77 in Southwest VA

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Shenando AREA ATTRACTIONS Incredible Limestone Caverns • Golf Courses Natural Bridge - One of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders Skyline Drive • Blue Ridge Parkway • Lime Kiln - Lexington’s Outdoor Theater • Virginia Museum of Transportation 6

Buckhorne Country Store and Campground

Situated on 8 acres bordering the GW National Forest, less than 1000 feet to Douthat State Park.Wilson Creek, a designated trout stream flows thru the campground; 30/50 amp RV sites, pull thrus, cabin rentals and primitive tent sites.WiFi, Free high speed internet service for our campers. Open year round with Cable TV for RV sites. Beauty salon on premises. One pull through. Attractions: Town of Lexington, Virginia Horse Center, Natural Bridge Homestead, Greenbrier Resort, Douthat State Park with lake, beach, trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Railway Heritage Center and the Alleghany Highlands Arts and Crafts Center. Season: Open all year. Discounts: Escapees. Directions: On Route 629, less than 2 miles from exit 27 off I-64. Hosts: M. Ray & Cherie Suzanne Allen, 3508 Douthat Road, Clifton Forge, VA 24422; 540-862-4502 or 877-301-3817;; E-mail: 7

Candy Hill Campground

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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. Events: Apple Blossom Festival, Apple Harvest Festival. Discounts: Good Sam. Season: Year ‘round. 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: 540-662-8010;; E-mail:

In Northern Virginia, at the top of the Shenandoah Valley...

Reservations Year ‘Round


Office (540) 662-8010 OPEN ALL YEAR 165 Ward Avenue Winchester, VA 22602

...Welcome to Northern Virginia’s Highest Rated Campground! —6—

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The Cove Campground

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, Snow Tubing. 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: Alexander W.K. McDowell, 980 Cove Road, Gore, VA 22637; 540-858-2882;; E-mail: 9

Endless Caverns NASCAR RV Resorts

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Sites located on Massanutten Mountain on wooded hillside. Endless Caverns Cave Tour on site. New: 18-Hole Themed Miniature Golf Course, Playground, Basketball Court and Family Arcade. Spacious & wooded sites. Full hook-ups, Pet friendly, Wi-Fi, laundry, Big Rig friendly, hiking/biking trails, propane. Directions: Located 4 miles south of New Market, VA. I-81 Exit 257, go north on Route 11, 3.5 miles campground on right. 1800 Endless Caverns Road, New Market, VA 22844; 800-544-CAVE(2283) or 540-896-2283; 10

Front Royal RV Campground

Swimming Pool, 20 Camping Cabins. Wooded area for tent sites. Two miles south from Front Royal, one mile south from north entrance of Skyline Drive & Shenandoah National Park. LP Gas, Swimming, Fishing, Mini-Golf, Laundry, WiFi, Store, Pets accepted. Fishing Pond on 40 acres of land. Season: April 1st-October 30th. Directions: 2 miles south of Front Royal. 1 mile south from North entrance of Skyline on Hwy 340. Host: Dong Uk Kim, 585 KOA Drive, Front Royal, VA 22630; 540-635-2741; E-mail:

Endless Caverns, Courtesy Morgan Management —7—

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort @ Natural Bridge 11

Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA

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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;; E-mail:


Endless Caverns, courtesy Morgan Management 12

Luray KOA

Located on a hill top with the most beautiful mountain views in the Shenandoah Valley. We provide shaded, full hookup sites and pull thrus with 50 amp service. Big rigs are welcome. Our amenities include swimming pool, playground, wireless Internet access. Ask for our package to Luray Caverns. Season: March 15 to November 15. Directions: Off Rt 340, 3 miles north of Luray, VA; watch for signs and turn at State Route 658, Kimball Road. Hosts: Erich & Shulamit Schumacher, 3402 Kimball Road, Luray, VA 22835; 800-562-2790;; E-mail: 13

Mountain Lake Campground

A quiet family owned campground located near the head of the Shenandoah Valley. Swimming, fishing, laundry, pets accepted (leashed). Attractions: 1.5 miles west of Appalachian Trail; 1 mile east of Shenandoah River; near Skyline Drive, battlefields, Washington, DC; the State Arboretum, and many wineries. Events: Winchester Apple Blossom Festival; Delaplane Strawberry Festival. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: .5 miles off Rt. 50 on Rt. 606, approximately 3 miles west of Paris. Hosts: Edward and Brenda VanKeuren, 127 Mountain Lake Lane, Paris, VA 20130; 540-837-2134; E-mail: 14 Natural Bridge/Lexington KOA See Ad Back Cover In the heart of the Beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Large shady 50 amp pull-thrus, A/C Kamping Kabins, Rental Trailer, clean A/C restrooms, dinner served to your site nightly. Free WiFi, Cable TV, LP gas, swimming, playground, gameroom, laundry, campstore, gift shop, pet playground. Attractions: Virginia Horse Center, Natural Bridge, Caverns, Zoo, Safari Park. Season: March 1-Nov 30. Directions: I-81 south Exit 180B, go straight across to campground; I-81 north Exit 180, left on SR 11, 1/4 mile. Hosts: GERBNA Campgrounds, LLC, 214 Kildeer Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578; 540-291-2770 or 800-562-8514;; E-mail: 15

Shenandoah River Outfitters Camp OutBack

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. Attractions: Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park. Season: Apr. 1-Nov. 15. Directions: From Luray, go north on 340N. Bus. 200 yards, turn left on Mechanic St. (Rt 675), 4 miles (changes to Bixler’s Ferry Rd) across the Shenandoah River. Turn right on South Page Valley Rd (SR 684) go 6.5 mi. Host: Nancy Sottosanti, 6502 S. Page Valley Rd., Luray, VA 22835; 540-743-4159 or 800-6CANOE2;; E-mail:


Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort @ Natural Bridge 16 Shenandoah Valley Campground See Ad Below Located in the Heart of the Shenandoah Valley, nestled within 1 ½ mile horseshoe bend of Middle River, we are the only campground 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. 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. 540-248-2267 or 1-800-310-2580; 17

Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA See Ad Back Cover Quiet, scenic park in the Shenandoah Valley. TL rating is 9/9.5*/9.5. Instant on-site telephone hookups, WiFi, kabins and housekeeping kottages. Modem, cable, propane, swimming, fishing, playground, pavilion, game room, laundry, store, pets accepted. On-site massage therapy center. Attractions: Museum of Frontier Culture, Statler Brothers Complex, historical Staunton, VA., Golf nearby, Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway. Discounts: 10% KOA ValueKard, 10% Active Military, Internet Specials Via Website. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: I-81 South to Exit 217, W to US 11, S on US 11, 1.5 mi. to Rt 655, turn left. I-81 North to Exit 213, right on Rt 11, left on Rt 340, 2.5 miles to Rt 655, turn left. Host: Steve Albrecht, 484 Walnut Hills Road, Staunton, VA 24401; 540-337-3920 or 800-562-7566; Fax: 540-337-9744;; E-mail: 18

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Luray See Ad Page 11See Located in Shenandoah Valley with mountain views. Midway between Luray Caverns and Shenandoah National Park. Scenic family resort with full time activities. Every amenity plus water slide, restaurant, fulltime activities director and golf cart rentals. Attractions: Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park. Discounts: Seniors, Club Yogi. Directions: I-81, Exit 264; follow US 211, 20 miles east. Hosts: The Rusts, PO Box 191, Luray, VA 22835; 800-420-6679; 540-743-4002;; E-Mail: • Spectacular Waterfall • Trout & Bass Fishing • 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 • — 10 —


Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort @ Natural Bridge

See Ad Below 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, 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: John & Alyssa Harlan, 16 Recreation Lane, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579; 540-291-2727 or 800-258-9532; Fax: 540-291-1942;; E-mail:






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45-mile Washington & Old Dominion Trail • 17-mile Mount Vernon Trail ends up at George Washington’s Famous Estate The Potomac River - a Great Fishing Spot Arlington National Cemetery Sites of Civil War Battles in Historic Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County and Stafford County Visit Washington, DC, Arlington and Alexandria Touring Skyline Drive 20

Fredericksburg/Washington, DC KOA

See ad Back Cover Country resort featuring a/c Kabins and Lodges, large pull-thrus, heated pool. Closest VA KOA to Washington, DC, historic Fredericksburg and Civil War battlefields. WiFi, dog walking service, easy access to DC metro, cable/satellite TV, swimming, boating, fishing, playground, pavilion, gameroom, laundry, LP gas, tent sites, store, pets accepted. Attractions: Kings Dominion and Lake Anna. Discounts: KOA Value Card and active military 10%. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: From I-95 south, take Spotsylvania Exit 126. Go S on US 1 4 mi. Turn left on 607. From I-95 north, take Thornburg Exit 118, turn left on 606 to US 1; go N 4 mi. on US 1, turn right on 607. Hosts: Ron & Susan Hart, 7400 Brookside Lane, Fredericksburg, VA 22408; 540-898-7252 or 800-562-1889;; E-mail: 21

Greenville Farm Family Campground

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,

Greenville Farm Family Campground

A Quiet Family-Oriented Campground On A Real Working Farm Visit Historic Virginia & Washington, D.C. — Then relax in our pool — or enjoy our game room — fishing & hiking Pull-Thru Sites • Full Hookups 14004 Shelter Lane, Haymarket, VA 20169

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Hillwood Camping Park

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, Email: 23

Prince William Forest RV Campground

See Ad Below. This secluded campground nestled on the edge of Prince William Forest Park, a unit of the National Park System, is located just 35 miles from Washington, DC. Seasonal activities including nature hikes and ranger talks offered by National Park Service. Planned campground activities. Paved pull-thru sites, Pool, Playground, fenced Dog Park, Laundry, LP Gas, FREE Wi-Fi, DC Tour Bus. Attractions: Prince William Forest Park, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Potomac Mills Outlet Mall, Washington DC monuments/memorials, 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;

Prince William Forest RV Campground

An authorized concessioner of the National Park ServicePrince William Forest Park

• Paved Pull-Thru Sites • Wooded Tent Sites • Playground

• Swimming Pool

• Laundry & Propane

• Free Wi-Fi

• Pet Playground New in 2011

Easy access from I-95 at Exit 152 B

16058 Dumfries Rd., Dumfries, VA 22025 • 703-221-2474

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Central Virginia


Charlottesville - home of Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, James Madison and Rogers & Clark Museum Appomattox, Lynchburg, Petersburg, South Hill, Spotslyvania & Wilderness - Famous Battles of Civil War Richmond, Virginia - Capital of the Confederacy • NASCAR Winston-Cup Racing • Paramount’s Kings Dominion A Prime Location for Fishing, Kayaking & Rafting 24

Americamps Lake Gaston

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 east on 903 for 6 miles. Hosts: Jim & Shelli Ross, 9 Lakeside Lane, Bracey, VA 23919; 434-636-2668;; E-mail: 25

Amelia Family Campground

Located in historic Amelia Court House, VA.“Nothing fancy, just friendly and clean.”LP gas, swimming, fishing, playground, pavilion, hiking, game room, laundry, store. Events: Rock mine, Central Virginia Bluegrass Festival May & August, held on the third weekend of each, annually. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: 25 miles west of Richmond; ½ mile off Rt. 360 on Rt. 153. Hosts: John and Ferne Hutchinson, 9650 Military Rd., Amelia, VA 23002; 804-561-3011;, E-mail: 26 Charlottesville KOA 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 kamping kabins with AC & heat. Kamping cottages with bathroom, kitchenette, AC & heat. Free movies shown in the summer. Extra large swimming pool, pedal kart rentals, fishing pond, playground, pavilion, sportsfield, gameroom, convenience store and giftshop, laundry facilities, movie rentals. Pets accepted - except in kabins. Free cable TV and free Wi-Fi. 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. Season: Mar. 15-Nov. 15. Directions: From I-64 (Exit 121), south on SR 20, 8.5 mi., west (right) on Rt 708, 1.5 mi. Hosts: Bryan, Ashley, & Dane, 3825 Red Hill Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903; 434-296-9881; E-mail:

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Monticello, courtesy Charlottesville KOA

27 Christopher Run Campground See Ad Page 15 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;; E-mail:


Cozy Acres Family Campground

Family owned for over 36 years, shaded pull-thru sites, w/full hook-ups, 50 amp super sites w/patio, waterfront sites w/gazebo, rustic cabins & kottages w/bath, mini kitchen, heat/ac, large clubhouse w/meeting room (heat/ac), camper kitchen. Catering available to clubs, group picnics. Great playground, large pool, catfish ponds, large selection RV supplies, golf cart rentals, fishing, WiFi, LP gas, hiking, gameroom, laundry, store, dump station. Pets on leash. Attractions: nearby golf, Richmond, VA Science Museum. Discounts: 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;; E-mail: 29

Deer Run Campground

Family camping in the woods of Patrick County. Large shady sites, swimming pool, two fishing ponds, playground, game room, horseshoes, laundry, and camp store. Tents, pop-ups & RV’s are all welcome. Attractions: Martinsville Speedway, Wood Brothers Race Museum, Blue Ridge Parkway, The Crooked Road Music Trail and the VA Museum of Natural History. Events: Hayrides & Halloween Party Season: May 1 thru Oct. 31. Directions: We are located 8 miles east of Woolwine, just off of Rt. 40 on Deer Run Road (622). 50 miles from Roanoke, Christiansburg and Hillsville and 25 miles from Stuart, Rocky Mount, and Martinsville. Please check our website or call for exact directions. Hosts: Tim and Renea Payne, 28 Fawn Road, Ferrum, VA 24088; 276-930-1235;; E-mail: 30

Heavenly Acres Campground

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: Year ‘round except December 20 to Jan 2. 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;; E-Mail:

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Hidden Acres Family Campground

A mostly wooded full service campground between Richmond and Fredericksburg, in the center of the nation’s most popular attractions and major markets. On US 301, 2 miles S of Bowling Green. Enjoy planned activities, a campfire under a star filled sky, or just relax in the pool/hot tub. Amenities include cabins, trailer rentals, RV 30/50 amp sites (big rigs to tents), tiled bathhouses, fishing pond, game room, clubroom, WiFi, cable tv, minigolf, hayrides, playgrounds, store/LP gas fill ups/firewood. Pets accepted. Attractions: Kings Dominion, Meadow Event Park/State Fair, Fort A P Hill, VA Sports Complex, Colonial Beach, Rappahannock River. Events: Fireworks & DJ on Holiday weekends, Harvest Festival (Oct), NASCAR/RIR races, Van rallies. Discounts: Monthly rates, website specials, active military, AARP. Season: Open all year. Directions: I-95 Exit 104, east on Rte 207, south on US 301, 1.9 milles. Hosts: The Beveridges, 17391 Richmond Tpke, Milford, VA 22514. 804-633-7592; 32

Holliday Lake State Park

Deep in the heart of Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest, Holliday Lake State Park is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast. Fishing for largemouth bass, yellow perch, crappie and bluegill is a popular activity in the 150-acre lake within the park. Swimming and hiking are also featured along with camping and RV sites. Season: Campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Contact Info: Holliday Lake State Park, 2759 State Park Road, Appomattox,VA 24522; 434-248-6308; 33

Horseshoe Flats Campground

Family campground on the James River, well known for the best small mouth fishing on the East Coast. Full hook-ups & tent sites; walk to historic Scottsville. We take pride in our clean & respectable grounds. Swimming, boating, fishing, rafting, playground, weddings, group outings (call for info). A pet is allowed on leash, 25# or less, with owners at all times. Attractions: Scottsville, James River Ferry, Blue Ridge Parkway, UVA, Walton’s Mountain & vineyards, Monticello, Ashlawn-Highlands, Michie Tavern Events: Batteau Fest (mid-June), fireworks & parade (July 4), fishing jamboree (Sept. 2), canoe & kayak races (Sept.); Season: March thru November. Directions: I-64 Charlottesville, take Exit 121A south on Rt 20, 18 miles to Scottsville. Cross bridge, take next left at Snowden Road or Route 783. Campground at end of road on LEFT. Host: Peggy B. Moseley, 125 Snowden Road, Scottsville, VA 24590; 434-286-4401; E-mail: 34

Madison/Shenandoah Hills KOA

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Quiet shady sites in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Nearby: Shenandoah National Park, Luray Caverns, Montpelier, Monticello, Civil War Battlefields & several wineries. Hunting, fishing & horseback riding also nearby. Bison meat available at the store. Swimming, tennis, playground, LP Gas, Cable, Wi-Fi, gameroom, jumping pillow, fishing pond, rec building, BH & laundry, store, small non-aggressive breed dogs only. Attractions: Wineries, Graves Mt. Lodge, Civil War Battlefields. Discounts: 10% KOA Value Kard, Internet Specials, AAA. Season: Year ‘Round Directions: 2 mi S. of Madison on US Hwy. 29S. Hosts: Bob & Sandi Aldrich, 110 Campground Lane, Madison, VA 22727; 540-948-4186; Fax: 540-948-6524;; E-mail:

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Misty Mountain Camp Resort

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;; E-mail: 36

Montebello Camping & Fishing Resort

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Family owned, full service campground in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Central Va. Shaded sites, 4 acre lake w/paddleboat & kayak rentals, fishing & swimming. Cabin rentals, trout ponds, country store w/café, groceries, ice, firewood, gas/diesel, camping/fishing supplies & many unique gifts. Laundry, pavilion, horseback rides, 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, Virginia 24464; 540-377-2650;, Email: 37

Thousand Trails Lynchburg

Enjoy our 190 acre wooded preserve, 6 acre private lake and small pond. We offer transient camping or annual sites. Good family fun with weekend activities. Public Welcomed. Attractions: D-Day Memorial, Natural Bridge, Blue Ridge Parkway. Season: May 1-Oct. 31. Hosts: Joyce Ray, 405 Mollies Creek Rd., Gladys, VA 24554; 434-332-6672; Fax: 434-332-5775;; E-mail:

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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Emporia

See Ad Below and Page 11 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. New for 2013: 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;; E-mail:

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False Cape State Park • Virginia Beach Busch Gardens & Water Country USATheme Parks in Williamsburg Norfolk’s Nauticus • Newport News Mariners’ Museum Virginia Living Museum • Great Dismal Swamp Berkley Plantation • Yorktown 1607 Jamestown Settlement • Virginia Zoo in Norfolk 39 American Heritage RV Park See Ad Below Located in Williamsburg area in the VA Historical Triangle of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown.Clean, quiet and friendly family campground. 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. Discounts: AAA, Good Sam, AARP and military. 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; 757-566-2133. Fax:757-566-8006;; E-mail:

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Minutes to Local Attractions, including Jamestown, Yorktown, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Virginia Beach and Colonial Downs! Park Models/Cabins Available Hippo Slide: World’s Largest Inflatable Water Slide Spacious Pull-Thrus, All sites have Concrete Pad & Patio Full-hookups (sewer, 20/30/50 amp electric & water) On Site Propane • Picnic Tables • Premium Sites Available Fenced Dog Run, Free Wifi & Cable TV Newly Remodeled Bathhouse • Swimming Pool Playground • Basketball Court • Horseshoes and more. Camp Store has RV Supplies, Gift Items, and Souvenirs.

DiscounteD AttrAction tickets AvAilAble AmericAn HeritAge rV PArk 146 Maxton Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23188 Toll Free: 1-888-530-2267 • Local: 757-566-2133 • Fax: 757-566-8006

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Anvil Campground

Williamsburg’s Only Campground with shuttle services to all of the local attractions, restaurants, and shopping! Williamsburg’s Absolute Closest Campground to all of the local attractions! Offering: Local Area Expertise, Discounted Attraction Tickets, Premium Sites, Free Wireless Internet, Free Cable TV (in Complete & Premium Sites), 50 Amp Electrical Service, Free Public Access Computer, General Store, Swimming Pool, Three Playgrounds, Arcade, Basketball, Horseshoes, Paved Roads, and Williamsburg’s Best Rental Cottages. “Three generations of campground ownership since 1954, we are here for you and your family! Season: Year ‘round. Attractions: Busch Gardens Europe, ColonialWilliamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, Jamestown Settlement, President’s Park, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Water Country USA, Yorktown Battlefield, and Yorktown Victory Center Directions: From I-64, take exit 238; follow the “Anvil Campground” signs Host: Chris Jump, 5243 Mooretown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188, 757-565-2300,; E-mail:


Davis Lakes Campground

Davis Lakes & Campground is family owned and operated for over 25 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. 200 Byrd Street Suffolk, VA 23434; (757) 539-1191 Hosts: Helen Davis and Denise Thomas., E-mail: 42

Ed Allen’s Campgrounds & Cottages

A family owned campground located along the beautiful shores of the Chickahominy Lake. Ed Allen’s offers a peaceful, 100 acre shaded retreat featuring some of Virginia’s finest camping, fishing, recreation, wildlife. Full hook-ups, 50 amp service, waterfront sites, dump station, cottages, bathhouse, pavilion, two fishing ponds, boat ramp, fishing dock, tackle shop, boat and kayak rentals, bike rentals, swimming pool, game room, playground, horseshoes, restaurant, and so much more! Come experience our wide variety offered through campsites and specials. Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Richmond International Raceway, New Kent and Williamsburg Winery, Colonial Downs and others. Discounts: Senior Citizen/Active Military. Events: Live entertainment and other festivities on holiday weekends. Season: Year round. Tents March 15th – November 15th. Directions: Conveniently located near interstate 64, off route 60. Hosts: Debra and Brock Allen Ward, 13501 Campground Road, Lanexa, VA 23089; 804-966-2582;; E-mail:


First Landing State Park

Originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, First Landing State Park is located by the Chesapeake Bay. The park is nestled in Virginia Beach and offers boating, swimming, nature and history programs, hiking, biking, picnicking, a boat launch, cabins and 20 miles of trails on 2,888 acres. It also has campsites with water and electric hook-ups and nearby access to restrooms and showers. Season: Cabins open year ‘round, campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Contact info: First Landing State Park, 2500 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach, VA, 23451-1415; 757-412-2300;

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Is that voice inside you calling again? To get out? Get Away? Go camping? Listen closely. It whispers Chesapeake, VA as the land you’ve been secretly dreaming of. Pull in the RV, pitch a tent, or rent a cabin for hiking, fishing, paddle boats and more. Nature’s wonders, an area rich in history, family fun, great shopping and dining so close, you can enjoy them all. Or maybe just sit back at twilight, gaze at the stars, and wonder why you didn’t listen to that voice before. For more information on camping in Chesapeake’s Northwest River Park & Campground and Chesapeake Campground, call 888.889.5551 or go to — 24 —

Chesapeake Convention & Visitors Bureau See Ad Page 24 860 Greenbrier Circle, Suite 101, Chesapeake, VA 23320 757-502-4898 or 888-889-5551 Toll Free, Pull in the RV, pitch a tent, or rent a cabin for hiking, fishing, kayaking and more.The refuge, the waterways, the beach. An area rich in history - so close, you can enjoy them all! For more information on camping in Chesapeake, VA, call 888.889.5551 or go to 44

Holiday Trav-L-Park at Virginia Beach

See Ad Below The closest park to the VA Beach resort area. 827 RV, 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 ‘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 866-229-5212; Fax: 757-425-5117;; E-mail:

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Newport News Park Campground

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188 campsites in fully wooded area. Hot showers, flush toilets, picnic tables, grills, sewage disposal, laundry, seasonal church service, ramp, playground, golf course, disc golf, geocaching, group activities, freshwater fishing, jon boat, canoe, paddleboat, bicycle rentals, trails, 24 hour security. 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;; E-mail: 46

North Bay Shore Campground

90 campsites on 25 acres; boat ramp, boating, fishing, swimming, game room, restroom, dump station, shaded sites. Attractions: Sandbridge Beach, VA Beach Resort, VA Science Museum, Ocean Breeze Water Park. Season: May 1–October 1. Directions: East I-264 to Birdneck Rd (Exit 22); turn right, go 3 miles to Gen. Booth Blvd. Turn right and go to Princess Anne Road. Turn left and go 1 mile to Sandbridge Road; go 4 miles to Colechester Road, turn right and go to end of Colechester. Host: Fred Gray, 3257 Colechester Rd, VA Beach, VA 23456, 757-426-7911;; E-mail: 47 North Landing Beach Resort From our convenient location near the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and the Outer Banks of North Carolina to our on-site recreation and resort-quality North Landing Beach camping accommodations, you will enjoy a first class stay whether you come for a day, weekend, or week! From our beautiful cabin vacation rentals, RV sites to fit any size RV, or tent campsites, you are sure to find the perfect camping accommodation for your family. Attractions: Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Military Aviation Museum, The Cape Henry Lighthouse, Ocean Breeze Water Park, Mount Trashmore, Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum, The Boardwalk Season: year ‘round Directions: from north/west, Richmond/ Williamsburg: Follow I-64 East through the Hampton Rds Bridge Tunnel twd VA Beach; continue on I-64 past the I-264 Interchange. Take the Indian River Rd East exit- EXIT 286B. Follow Indian River Rd, continue straight as Indian River Rd changes into Elbow Rd, Turn right onto Indian River Rd. Turn right at light onto Princess Anne Rd / VA-615. “Red Barn” convenience store on your right. Continue south on Princess Anne Rd / VA-615 to campground. From south or west via Rt. 58: from intersection of I-95 and US-58 in Emporia, VA, follow US-58 E. to I-664. Merge onto I-664 S / Hampton Roads Belt toward I-264 E / Portsmouth/ I-64 / Norfolk / US-13 N / VA Beach. Merge onto I-64 W / Hampton Roads Belt via exit 15B toward Chesapeake / VA Beach. Follow I-64 W to Indian River Rd East, Exit 286B. See above from Indian River Road. Host: Erica Brown, 161 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23457, 757-426-6241;; E-mail:

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Outdoor Resorts - Virginia Beach

Open year round, all lots have full hook-ups with concrete pads at our RV Park/Resort. Cable TV, Modem, Swimming, Fishing, Tennis, Playground, Laundry, Hot Tub, Sauna and Exercise Room. Attractions: Virginia Beach Boardwalk, Ocean Breeze Waterpark VA, Science Museum. Events: Strawberry Festival in May, Neptune Festival in Sept. Special events during summer months. Discounts: FMCA and ORA ownership. Directions: From I-64, take 264 (to Virginia Beach). Go to end of Expressway and turn right at Pacific Ave. About 1/4 mile, go over bridge at Rudee Inlet; road changes name to General Booth Boulevard. Go approximately 5.4 miles and watch for left turn at light onto Princess Anne Rd. Go to the second light and stay in the center lane. Go straight through the light and this will become Sandbridge Rd. Go approx. 6 miles to fire department on right, go right onto Sandpiper Rd, 3.5 miles to Outdoor Resorts Virginia Beach on your right. Host: Gary Crooks, 3663 South Sandpiper Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456; 800-333-7515, 757-721-2020;; E-mail: 49 Outdoor World — Williamsburg Nicely wooded and conveniently located to many attractions and shopping. Daily, monthly and annual sites. Fully equipped park model rentals. Sites offer 30/50 amp service, picnic tables, grills and fire rings. Scheduled family activities and entertainment in season. Pets welcomed. Wi-Fi, indoor pool and spa, outdoor pool and kiddie pool, mini-golf, basketball, pickleball, horseshoes, playground, pavilion, game room, store, laundry. Public Welcomed. Attractions: Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Water Country USA, Jamestown, Yorktown, York River State Park, Championship Golf Courses. Less than 60 miles to Virginia Beach, Kings Dominion, Norfolk and Petersburg Civil War Battlefields. Season: Year ‘round (weekends only 12-3-12 - 3/22/13.) Directions: I-64 to Exit 231A; right on Rt. 607, 1/10 mile to Rt. 30; right at light, ¼ mile on left. Host: Gary Bock, 4301 Rochambeau Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23188; 757-566-3021; 50

Riverside Camp #2 Campground

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, Kayak & 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, Colonial Downs, golf courses, plantations, Go Carts Plus. Season: March 1-Nov. 15. Directions: 25 miles east of Richmond on Rt 60, turn right on Rt 627 for 3 miles. Hosts: Walt, Mike & Sandy Johncox, 715 Riverside Dr., Lanexa, VA 23089; 804-966-5536; Online reservations through website,; E-mail: 51

White Tail Resort Inc.

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 June 1 & 2, 2013, BeachFest August 1-3, 2013. 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;; E-mail:

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Williamsburg KOA

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180 acre quiet wooded campground. Deluxe Cabins, Jumping Pillow, Hot Air Balloon Rides and Kamp K9. Kids “Summershiner” activity program in season, theme weekends, two heated pools, fun bikes, nature trails, and outdoor cinema! Big Rig friendly, premium 50-amp patio sites, Free WI-FI and cable TV. Patio sites. Great group and scout facility! Game room, camp stores, laundry, pets on leash welcome, pet friendly cabins available, LP gas and 55 air conditioned cabins! Attractions: Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, The Pottery, Jamestown, Yorktown, Colonial Downs, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Champion Golf Courses, Outlet Shopping, and Plantations. Special Events: Weinermobile, Music Concerts, Special Events in summer. Season: Year ‘Round Directions: From Richmond I-64E to Lightfoot Exit 234 turn left, or from I-64W to Exit 234B. Turn right, go 2 miles. Hosts: The Fout Family, 4000 Newman Road Williamsburg, VA 23188; 757-565-2907; 800-562-1733,, E-mail:

Virginia Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau

Virginia Beach Visitors Center: 2100 Parks Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA 23451. 1-800-VA-BEACH (1-800-822-3224) Should you first go kayaking with dolphins, jump on a jet ski, embark on a sport fishing adventure, hike through a wildlife refuge - or perhaps just lay on the sun-drenched beach all day long? “Live the Life” in Virginia Beach.

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Virginia Beach KOA 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 (seasonal), Jumping Pillow, playgrounds, dog park, game courts, activities April-Oct. Attractions: World-famous Virginia Beach and Boardwalk, Virginia Aquarium, Ocean Breeze Waterpark, Cape Henry Lighthouses, military bases. Discounts: KOA Value Kard, 10% Active/ Retired military/law enforcement; Scouts. More discounts on website. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: From 264E, exit 21A, turn right onto 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.; Email:

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Newport News Visitor Center

13560 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, VA 23603, (757) 886-7777, Toll Free: (888) 493-7386, Fax: (757) 886-7920 History, fine arts, exotic petting zoo, after hours and family entertainment.


Closer Over 30 Parks

Historic Homes

Virginia Living Museum

The Mariners’ Museum


Minutes to Williamsburg.

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George Washington National Monument • James Monroe B Oyster Festival - First of November • Challen Potomac & Rappahannock River Fishing • Charter 54

Bethpage Camp-Resort

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Top rated Virginia waterfront RV resort on the Chesapeake Bay! Extreme H2000000 water park, miniature golf and ice creamery, great rally center, playgrounds, marina, boat ramp, charter boat, pools, sandy beach and a relaxed “RIVAH” style of life. Activities include theme weekends, river cruises, seafood fests, crabbing, fishing, swimming, corn hole and more. Modem, cable, phone service, LP gas, laundry, store and restaurant. Pets okay. Also offering family vacation rentals (no pets.) Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Tangier Island Cruises Events: Urbanna Oyster Festival 1st weekend in Nov. Season: 4/1-11/15. Directions: From Jct. US 17 & SR 602, 90 east 4 mi. on SR 602, then North .7 mi. on SR 684. Host: Walt Hurley, PO Box 178, Urbanna, VA 23175; 804-758-4349; Fax: 804-758-0209;; E-mail: 

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Birthplace & Robert E. Lee’s Home • Caledon Natural Area nging Golf Courses • Guided Horseback Rides r a Cruise on the Open Bay or Take a Canoe Trip 55

Chesapeake Bay Camp-Resort

Crabbing’s the name of the game overlooking a scenic tidal creek just ½ mile entry to Chesapeake Bay. Camp store sells seasons, crabbing nets, & bait. Hosts will let you work the trotline off their pier, tell you how to cook up your catch for dinner, and schedule live crab races most Saturdays in season. Enjoy a pancake breakfast on Sunday mornings in the air conditioned clubroom, tractor-drawn “Mystery Hayrides”, ice cream socials & a big movie screen on Saturday nights in season. Rent our canoes, exploring creek and river. Or, bike on the scenic byway for a free ferry ride. 11 a/c cabins, 2 lodges, pavilion by pool; boat ramp for trailered boats for river or Chesapeake Bay Fishing. Big rig pull-thru, 30/50 amp RV sites; back in 30 amp w/e/s waterfront; daily, weekly, monthly rates. Seasonal sites w/boating facilities. Canoe rentals, mini-golf. Pets (limit 2) welcome with breed restrictions. Attractions: Take a Bay Cruise; Reedville Fisherman’s Museum; great seafood, Wine Trail. Season: April 1 – Nov 1st. Directions: From US 17, Tappahannock, east on US 360 to Lillian, then NE 2 miles on Sunnybank Road to Campground Road. Hosts: The Evans Family. 382 Campground Rd., Reedville, VA 22539; 804-453-3430; 56

Grey’s Point Camp See Ad Pg 18-19 Top rated Virginia waterfront RV resort with breathtaking views of the Rappahannock River and Chesapeake Bay! Complete recreational facility with Make A Splash water park, pools, sandy beach, marina, boat ramp, playgrounds, fitness trail, basketball and tennis courts with a relaxed “RIVAH” style of life. Activities include theme weekends, crabbing, fishing, swimming and more. Modem, cable, phone service, LP gas, laundry, store and restaurant. Pets welcome.

Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Tangier Island Cruises. Events: Urbanna Oyster Festival-1st weekend in November, Wings & Wheels-1st Weekend in October. Season: 4/1-11/15. Directions: From Jct Hwy 33 & Hwy 3, go 3 1/4 mile NE on Hwy 3 at foot of Rappahannock River Bridge. Enter on Left. Host: Walt Hurley, PO Box 8,Topping, VA 23169; 804-758-2485; Fax 804-758-1135;; E-mail:

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Photo courtesy Morgan Management, New Point RV Resort


Gwynn’s Island RV Resort See Ad Page 30 A haven for those who love to fish, located on the Chesapeake Bay. We have 120 sites with water and electric and a dump station. LP gas, fishing, white sand beach, swimming, crabbing, activities pavilion with kitchen, arcade, non-denominational Sunday church services, camp store and games. Pet friendly. Groups and RV Clubs welcome. Attractions within 1 hour: Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Outlet Shopping. Season: April 1 - October 31. Directions: Hwy 14 then Hwy 198N to Hwy 223 across the bridge. Road turns into Old Ferry Road. Follow Old Ferry Road to Buckchase Road. Turn right. Campground is about 3/4 of a mile on left, 551 Buckchase Rd, Gwynn’s Island, VA 23066; 866-617-8464; 58

Heritage Park Resort

Waterfront and wooded campsites on Cat Point Creek. On-site vineyard and winery. Great freshwater fishing and hiking. Part of Northern Neck Birding and Wildlife Trail. Picnic pavilion. Pet friendly. Attractions: Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail, Menokin Ruins, George Washington’s Birthplace, Richmond County Museum. Special Services: Full service banquet hall overlooking vineyard. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: 2.5 miles off Rt 360 near Warsaw, VA. Hosts: Ray and Catherine Petrie, 2570 Newland Rd., Warsaw, VA 22572; 804-333-4038;; E-mail: 59

Naylor’s Beach Campground

Enjoy the spectacular scenic views of the Rappahannock River located in the historical Northern Neck of Virginia. 60 yr. family-owned campground with 100 spacious shaded sites for Trailers, RV’s and tents. Great for water sports, swimming and offshore fishing. Water/Electric hookups, Bath house, hot showers, picnic tables, boat ramp, dump station. Shady picnic grounds, snack-bar, swings, volleyball, horseshoes. Pets on leash welcome. Attractions: George Washington’s Birthplace, Stratford Hall Plantation, Local Wineries, River Cruises, Osprey and Eagle sightings, Great seafood restaurants. Season: May 1-October 30. Directions: US State Rt. 360 to Newland Rd. – Left onto Rt. 634, Naylors Beach Rd. ��� 4 miles. Host: Jenkins Family, 4011 Naylors Beach Rd., Warsaw, VA 22572. 804-333-3951; E-mail:, Facebook- Naylor’s Beach Campground, Inc. 60

New Point RV Resort See Ad Page 30 Enjoy your vacation on our beautiful white sand beach located on the Chesapeake Bay. 330 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, arcade, laundry, playground, pavilion, non-denominational church services in our Chapel, camp store, crafts and activities most weekends, and games and sports equipment available for check out. Family and pet friendly. Groups and RV Clubs welcome. Attractions within 1 hour: Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Outlet Shopping. Season: April 1 - October 31. Directions: Hwy 198 through Mathews. Then right onto Hwy 14E, 7-1/2 miles past the Mathews Courthouse. Turn left onto Hwy 602 (Sand Bank Road) all the way to the end and then right at the Campground sign. 846 Sand Bank Road, New Point, VA 23125; 866-617-8464; — 32 —


Rainbow Acres Camping Resort, Inc.

Family camping at its best on the beautiful Mattaponi River. Bring your boat/jet ski for great water sports in a fresh water river, boat ramps. Scheduled bonfires, hayrides and kid’s activities. LP gas, swimming, fishing, playground, laundry, store, pets accepted. Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown, Yorktown, Kings Dominion, Water Country. Events: West Point Crab Carnival - 1st weekend in October. Urbanna Oyster Festival - 1st weekend in November. Discounts: Check with management. Season: February thru December. Directions: From Richmond, 360 east to St. Stevens Church (30 miles), right on Rt 14 (15 miles), right on Frazier Ferry Rd, 1 mile to entrance on left. Host: Rose Mary Zellner, 514 James Road, King & Queen Court House, VA 23085; 804-785-9441;; E-mail: 62

Westmoreland State Park

Situated along a scenic 1.5 mile stretch of the Potomac River, this stunning park neighbors the former homes of both George Washington and Robert E. Lee. The park’s Horsehead Cliffs provide visitors with a spectacular view of the Potomac River, as well as offering hiking, camping, cabins, RV hook ups, fishing, boating and swimming. Season: Cabins open year ‘round, campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Contact Info:1650 State Park Road, Montross, VA 22520-9717; 804-493-8821, 63

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Gloucester Point

See Ad Pg 11 Waterfront family camping in a rural setting, just a short drive to Colonial Williamsburg. Jumping pillow, Splash Park & Water Slides, swimming pool, playground, recreation program with daily activities, 30/50 amp sites, tent sites, Big Rigs welcome, pavilions and event space, laundry, camp store, WiFi, pet friendly. Boat ramp, fishing & crabbing piers on Severn River/ Chesapeake Bay. Daily, Monthly, & Seasonal rates. Attractions: Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Premium Outlets. Season: Year round: limited services November 3– March 27. 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; Email:

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On the Beautiful Pocomoke Sound, On Virginia’s Eastern Shore!

• Waterfront Sites • 50 amp Pull-Thrus • FREE WiFi • Picture Perfect Sunsets • Cabin Rentals • Fishing and Boating Pier • Swimming Pool • Sandy Beach • Cable TV

(757) 824-0777 695 West off Rt. 13 in Temperanceville


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Chincoteague Island - Horse Roundup! Historic Lighthouse on Assateague Island The Barrier Islands Welcome Families & Outdoorsmen Salt Marsh Tours and Hunting for Water-Fowl in Hand-Poled Boats!

Cherrystone Family Camping Resort

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Reservations recommended. 725 sites - 403 full hookups including 50 amp, 303 water & electricity, 19 no hook up sites. Camping cabins, deluxe cottages and trailer rentals, 4 pools, playground, horseshoes, mini-golf, gameroom, planned activities (in season), restaurant, store, boat rentals, fishing piers, pedal boats, boat ramp, bait shop, laundry, LP gas, boating, playground, pavilion, pets accepted. Season: Year ‘round. Directions: 11 miles north of Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, west at Cheriton at traffic light off US 13 onto VA 680 (Townfields Dr.). Follow signs to resort. Host: James Hopkins, Mable Harrison, 1511 Townfields Dr., PO Box 545, Cheriton, VA 23316; 757-331-3063; Fax: 757-331-1587;; E-mail: 65

Kiptopeke State Park

Offers recreational access to the Chesapeake Bay and the chance to explore a unique coastal habitat, featuring a major flyway for migratory birds. This full-service campground offers sites with water, electric and sewer hookups, hot showers, restrooms, satellite hookups as well as a tents only camp area with no hookups. Fishing pier, boat ramp, picnic area, hiking trails, biking, kayak rental, laundry facility, playground and swimming. Season: Cabins open year ‘round, campsites open March 1 to the first Monday in December. Contact Info: Kiptopeke State Park, 3540 Kiptopeke Drive, Cape Charles, VA 23310; 757-331-2267; 66

Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground See Ads This Page and Inside Front Cover

On the waterfront of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, on the Pocomoke Sound just minutes from Chincoteague, nestled among the tall pines. New Bath House, Laundry and Snack Bar, Cable TV, Free WiFi, LP gas, Big Rig Friendly, swimming, boating, fishing, playground, gameroom, laundry, kayaking, canoeing, pets accepted. Attractions: Chincoteague/Assateague Islands, Wachapreague, Crisfield, Wallops Island. 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: Raymond & Sherri Barker, 8107 Tall Pines Lane,Temperanceville, VA 23442; 757-824-0777; Fax: 757-824-0777;; E-mail:

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Claytor Lake State Park .................................... 3 Deer Trail Park & Campground, Inc ..................... 3 Lake Ridge RV Resort ....................................... 4 Meadows of Dan Campground ............................ 4 Natural Tunnel State Park ................................. 5

Shenandoah Valley 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Buckhorne Country Store and Campground ............ 6 Candy Hill Campground, Inc................................. 6........ 6 The Cove Campground............................................. 7 Endless Caverns NASCAR RV Resorts .................. 7........ 8 Front Royal RV Campground ................................... 7 Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA.................. 8........ Back Luray RV Resort Country Waye ................................ 9 Mountain Lake Campground ................................... 9 Natural Bridge/Lexington KOA ............................ 9........ Back Shenandoah River Outfitters Camp OutBack........... 9 Shenandoah Valley Campground .......................... 10........10 Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA .................................. 10........Back Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Luray................... 10.......11 Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Natural Bridge ..... 11.......11

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Fredericksburg/Washington, DC KOA .................. 12...... Back Greenville Farm Family Campground................... 12...... 12 Hillwood Camping Park ........................................... 13 Prince William Forest RV Campground................ 13...... 13

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Americamps Lake Gaston ................................................. 14 Amelia Family Campground.............................................. 14 Charlottesville KOA Kampground.................................. 14........Back Christopher Run Campground ....................................... 15........17 Cozy Acres Family Campground........................................ 15 Deer Run Campground ..................................................... 15 Heavenly Acres Campground............................................ 15 Hidden Acres Family Campground ................................... 16 Holliday Lake State Park .................................................. 16 Horseshoe Flats Campground ........................................... 16 Madison/Shenandoah Hills KOA ................................... 16.......Back Misty Mountain Camp Resort ........................................... 20 Montebello Camping & Fishing Resort ......................... 20........20 Thousand Trails Lynchburg .............................................. 20 Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park @ Emporia ....................... 21........11, 21






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American Heritage RV Park ......................................... 22 22 Anvil Campground.......................................................... 23 Davis lakes Campground ................................................ 23 Ed Allen’s Campgrounds & Cottages .............................. 23 First Landing State Park................................................. 23 Holiday Trav-L-Park at Virginia Beach ....................... 25...... 25 Newport News Park Campground ................................ 26...... 26 North Bay Shore Campground ........................................ 26 North Landing Beach Camping Resort ........................... 26 Outdoor Resorts-Virginia Beach..................................... 27 Outdoor World-Williamsburg .......................................... 27 Riverside Camp #2 Campground..................................... 27 White Tail Resort, Inc. ................................................... 27 Williamsburg KOA ........................................................ 28...... Back Virginia Beach KOA ...................................................... 29...... Back




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Chesapeake Bay

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At Cherrystone, the fun never ends. (except maybe when you have to go home.)

When your talking vacations, Cherrystone just might have it all. Fishing, swimming, mini golf, you name it, all situated on 300 acres of the Chesapeake Bay on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. So pitch a tent, pull up the RV or rent a cottage, but be ready to have a blast. Deluxe Cottages • Camping Cabins • On-site Trailer Rentals


Fishing • Crabbing • 4 Piers Boat Ramp • Boat Rentals Party Fishing Boat


4 Pools • Mini Golf • Splash Park Playgrounds • Golf Cart Rentals Planned Activities

*some activities are seasonal

Call (757) 331-3063 for a Free Vacation Guide or visit us on the web at WOODALL RATED Recreation: Facility:



11 miles North of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel.West at Cheriton traffic light off U.S. 13 onto VA 680. Follow signs to the campground.

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Charlottesville KOA

3825 Red Hill Road Charlottesville, VA 22903 800-562-1743 • 434-296-9881

Fredericksburg/ Washington D.C. KOA 7400 Brookside Lane Fredericksburg, VA 22408 800-562-1889 • 540-898-7252

Harrisonburg/ Shenandoah Valley KOA

12480 Mountain Valley Rd. Broadway, VA 22815 800-562-5406 • 540-896-8929

Madison/ Shenandoah Hills KOA 110 Campground Lane Madison, VA 22727 800-562-3315 • 540-948-4186

Natural Bridge/ Lexington KOA

214 Kildeer Lane Natural Bridge, VA 24578 800-562-8514 • 540-291-2770

Staunton/ Walnut Hills KOA

484 Walnut Hills Road Staunton, VA 24401 800-562-7566 • 540-337-3920

Virginia Beach KOA 1240 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23451 800-562-4150 • 757-428-1444 www.

Williamsburg KOA

4000 Newman Rd. Williamsburg, VA 23188 800-562-1733 • 757-565-2907

$10 off at any of these Virginia KOAs.

Not to be used with any other discount. Offer good 1 time at each of these KOA’s. Coupon expires 12/31/13.

Remember. It’s not camping. It’s kamping.™

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Virginia Campground Directory 2013