Date of Stay: September, 2010
We've visited quite a few KOA parks, State Parks, and others in Virginia and Pennsylvania (and in North Carolina). This is one of our favorites. The staff is super-friendly and they take great care of this campground. It's clean and the staff takes the extra mile to make sure campers are taken care of. There is a lot to do, 2 pools, a huge water-slide, activities galore, and a great mini-golf course. The layout of the camp is great too, lots of grass and shade. The campground sits at the edge of the mountains and the view is spectacular. The only downside is that some of the sites are not so level. But overall we love this campground and we will return every summer. We give it a 10 (and we're picky!).
Date of Stay: August, 2009
What a pleasant surprise. Very nice State Park with spacious, flat, wooded camp sites. The best thing about this campground is the access to the Potomac. Amazing scenery (stunning!), fun beach, and fishing. There is also a nice pool right on the beach with a gorgeous view of the Potomac. All around a great campground and we'll return here many times.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
Nice campground with great scenery at the foothills of the mountains. The park itself is very busy and somewhat packed but that being said, they do a great job of keeping it nice. Lots to do for the kids, a great pool, lots of activities. Luray is a fun place to visit also. Check out family restaurant 1/2 mile to the east. Some of the sites were not very flat seemed to work for everyone. We'll be back!
Date of Stay: May, 2009
A nice campground! It's on a quaint river that was fun to tube down, also beautiful waterfalls. Lots to do and the sites were all wooded. There were lots of ducks and rabbits around and the kids loved it! We will return.
Date of Stay: April, 2009
This was a disappointment. Don't believe what they say about waterfront and being on the bay. All the waterfront sites are taken-up by permanent or semi-permanent residents. The place felt like a trailer-park. It got wild at night with plenty of beer-drinking and golf-carts speeding around. There were some wooded sites but many are in an open field. The people and management were very nice and it was well-kept (and huge camp store) but overall this is not really a campground. It's a trailer-park.