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This campground is CROWDED. Granted we were there July 4th weekend, but the place was packed. If you have a golf cart, and don't mind nonstop golf cart (at all hours) noise then this place might be for you. Quiet hours were not enforced. Lots of permanent sites. Playgrounds are not suitable for younger kids. The restrooms were amazingly clean, probably the most clean ive ever seen. I did send an email to the campground a week prior for help finding things to do in the area and got no response. It wasnt a horrible campground, but we wouldnt stay here again.



Rudds Creek Park COE

Boydton, Virginia

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We loved this park! We were in site 100 which was a two tiered camp site. The sites are very large, and kept nicely. We did have a "water view" but at the very end of the cove and the water levels are very low. No real trails at this campground, so bring equipment for fun on the water.

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We enjoyed this park for just a one night stay while passing through on our way home. The park is nice and well kept but is very busy. The sites feel isolated, but the crowd noise reminds you that it is not. I caution people on the "pull thru" sites. We had problems in a site in the B loop getting in (and out) in our 24' motor home. I would call ahead if you are in a big rig and reserve a spot that way. We ended up in E94- Nice spot and close to a bath house for restroom facilities. Generator hours are limited, so keep that in mind if you have a medical need that would require longer use. Over all it is a nice park and we would stay here again.