5 Parks near Bellwood, Virginia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bellwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bellwood in the left hand column.
Mar 2017 - $39.00
Really a nice campground for a state park. Our site had plenty of room and privacy. Easy to get in and out of both the site and campground. Rest rooms close by as well as the camp store. We did have a reservation but were not assigned a specific site, you select what is available within the category of sites you reserved. There were only 3 available sites for us when we arrive later in the day. Plenty of OTA channels. Only down side was the lack of sewers, have to use the dump station for longer stays. There was speeding cars in the campground despite a 15 mph speed limit - but few follow it. We would definitely stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Oct 2016 - $37.00
My family has tent camped at this park many times, and this was the first outing with our new-to-us hybrid travel trailer. We picked a pull-through site to avoid the stress of backing in, but plenty of the non-pull-through sites would work for different size travel trailers. Keep in mind that at this park (and most VA state parks) you reserve a TYPE of site, and then pick the site when you get there from what is available. We picked site #10, and loved it.
It's a wonderful and quiet park with mature trees all around. Our site was more or less level, and was in good shape. There's plenty to do at the park. Swift Creek is great for canoeing or fishing, and the water park is good if you have young kids. Unfortunately, though, many of the locals use it as their public pool, so you will encounter some sketchy individuals at times. We prefer to camp here in the spring or fall, when the pool isn't open. This will definitely be our go-to park for a quick weekend getaway. - SteveMM
Oct 2016 - $39.00
Like most state park campgrounds Pocahontas offers large sites. The entire park could be explored with many hiking trails and watercraft. Unfortunately the CCC museum is closed on weekdays at this time of year so we missed that feature. We were able to hike on some of the trails. It's an excellent state park. - rvrose
Mar 2017 - $36.00
We travelled North on RT 1 to enter the campground. They have a new grey stone entrance with no sign indicating their name or they are a campground. Pulled in because we saw other RVs. Pulled up to what appeared to be an office, no signs. We were told to pick one of 5 sites, 30 thru 35. The transient sites (30-35) are elongated blacktop, grossly out of level to the point my rear tires were off the ground. This is predominately a seasonal/permanent resident facility, no internal roads are marked (one way or dead end). Inappropriate parking made it difficult to navigate to our site. If you are a transient looking for an overnight, do not stop here! - AT Jersey
Sep 2016 - $34.00
Stayed in a gravel back in spot with lots of room. Had electric and water but no sewer. This was OK for we were only staying a couple of nights. Staff was friendly and helpful and helped me park. - BobsFixIt
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Several long level paved pull through sites for the traveler. Park is mostly long term combination of workers and local military. Mostly well kept. Immaculate bathhouse. Pool looked inviting, but we did not use. Small fishing lake, where our Golden Retriever enjoyed a swim. Convenient to I85, just south of Petersburg. Worked well for us for an overnight, we would probably return. - 2hams
11322 Air Park Rd Ashland, Virginia 23005 (map) | (804) 798-5298
Sites: 198 | Latest Rate: $50.00 | 146 Reviews
Jan 2017 - $50.00
We really appreciate the Americamps. We have stayed there many times when visiting family in Richmond. Now that we live in Richmond we use them to prep the coach prior to our long trips. We move the coach from our storage location to Americamps for a couple of days to get it ready for travel. They are just so nice and accommodating. The RV park is convenient for I-95 travelers, clean and well maintained. It is a bit pricey but it is really the only nice alternative in the immediate area. - Allure470
Jan 2017 - $50.00
We have stayed here on many occasions, generally for the first night out and last night before returning home on north/south trips. The staff is friendly, campground clean and convenient to I-95. We were pleasantly surprised on arriving to discover they were hosting a "Spanish" New Year's Eve dinner. Also, love the morning Pancake/waffle breakfasts! We will continue to return. - dandd
Oct 2016 - $51.00
This was just an overnight stay for us. Sites are quite close but a pull through site accommodated our 40 foot RV with toad. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Nice dog park.
Easy access from main highway but traffic noise at night could be an issue.
The office and community buildings were spotless! Staff pleasant and eager to provide assistance.
The free waffle breakfast is fantastic! Juice, Keurig coffee cups, tea, hot cocoa and fruit cocktail complement the fresh-made Belgian-style waffles.
Grounds are well groomed. - Lab Lovers
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This a small self-contained only park is on the front end of a mobile home park screened by trees. The office has a night registration board, mail slot was hidden behind the board, no way to tell if an empty site was reserved. Other than a small playground, there are no amenities here other than site hookups. There is road noise from Rt 1 but it quiets down at night and the very bright security light would make those staying closest to the office think that a UFO is about to beam them up. No cable, but local OTA channels are good with the standard antenna. Most sites have clear satellite access. Most are level pull throughs. The voltage may drop on a warm sunny day when they have a full house. Good place to stay for a few nights if visiting the area. - Trailbuddy
May 2016 - $32.00
No instructions/rules upon arrival. Good for overnight. Gravel site. Good WiFi. Senior discount! - Retired FL CSM
May 2016 - $35.00
We had a pull-through, but found that the sewer connection was at the back of the site. It was either go buy more sewer house or unhook the toad, so we unhooked the toad. No problems hooking up the water or electric. The road and sites were gravel and with all the rain that day, there were puddles, especially around the sewer connection. The site was level. There was no cable TV, but antenna and satellite worked fine. The Wi-Fi was spotty, even using a booster. There is no one in the office over the weekend, and you register on the weekends under the porch, near the office door. - Bbtj
Nov 2016 - $35.00
We actually left the rv here for 3 weeks while we went on vacation. The staff looked after everything and we had a very good experience before we left and when we returned. This is the second time we stayed at this facility and have been very happy. - Al and Anne-Marie
Oct 2016 - $39.00
We stayed here in a 36' 5th wheel w/3 slides and a F-350 DRW truck. Gravel, FHU, pull-thru site was adequate size for both vehicles with good space between campsites. Interior roads are dirt and somewhat narrow but we were able to navigate and park with no problems. Picnic table and fire ring at sites. Did not use the restrooms/showers but the ladies room appeared clean. Decent laundry room. Most sites are heavily wooded. Our site (#A-9) had good reception for DirecTV roof mounted satellite and Verizon WiFi and cell phone. Did not use park cable or WiFi. Close to I-95; park was quiet with very little traffic noise. We would stay here again when in the area. - Moneypenny
Sep 2016 - $39.00
South 40 RV Park is a nice place to stay for someone traveling through or even for a week or so. It is close to I-95, and easy to get to from exit 41. There is Civil War stuff to see not too far away. Just up Rt. 301 is shopping, and many restaurants. The facilities are old, but, clean and well kept. The water is good. It is fairly quiet, and peaceful. I heard a train far away, and some traffic noise at night, but it was not disturbing at all. - Jimal