It is what it is. Full hook-up sites at the Welcome Center. Advertizes one night only, however they asked us how many nights we wanted, so clearly more nights are available. Nice Welcome center. A bit expensive for what you get, but we would stay here again if we needed FHU. Can dry camp for $10. We camped at Bedford, VA Visitor's Center Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $25.00
The Bedford VA Visitors Center is located at the same place as the National D-Day Memorial (www.dday.org) - the Memorial is on a hilltop directly behind the visitor's center. The visitor's center was kind enough to install 3 RV hook-ups (w/e/sewer) in their side parking lot. Very good spots other than they are slightly sloped. Good water pressure, great power stability, and Wi-Fi from the center is included. At only $25 a night - great! While they do advertise only one night, ask - you may be able to stay longer if there's no events happening. There's also an elementary school across from the RV spots with a walking track! We camped at Bedford, VA Visitor's Center Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $25.00
Great place for an overnight while viewing the memorial. The staff was very nice and the memorial was very impressive. Bring some leveling blocks. The lady at the desk said the RV sites were an after thought, and they are not too level. We camped at Bedford, VA Visitor's Center Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $25.00
This "campground" is at the visitors center in Beford, Va. We specifically stayed here to visit the National D-Day Memorial adjacent to the center. Don't miss this, and don't expect a 5-star campground! It is primarily designed to lure visitors to the area. We would return. Did I mention there are only 3 full hookup sites available? We camped at Bedford, VA Visitor's Center Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $25.00
This is an unusual "campground:" Five sites on a circle near the visitor's center at the National D-Day Memorial on the east side of Bedford. I would only recommend staying here to facilitate visiting the memorial (check in advance to see if they are open, some memorial facilities are closed in the winter). Rest room facilities are in the visitor's center. No showers, etc. Wi-Fi available in visitor's center when it is open. It beats staying in a Wal-Mart parking lot. One can use one of the sewage hookups for $5 if not obstructed by a camper occupying a site. We camped at Bedford, VA Visitor's Center Campground in a Travel Trailer.