17 RV Parks near Bentonville, Virginia
Apr 2014 - $36.00
If you're camping in a tent or want to dry camp this would be rated a 8 or 9. Our 35ft 5th wheel was almost too big for the few electric sites available. No water or sewer available. I would advise the 35ft plus rigs to stay away. The bridge is very narrow but it looks like they are working on a new bridge. It's early but it looks promising for better access to the park. They offer tube/canoe service. The store is barely stocked but they do have basics. - Craig H
Jun 2005 - $25.00
This is a small and simple riverfront campground. The main focus is the simple camping and the river, bring your tube or kayak! We dry camped at a river front site for $25.00 a night. Very large site, not level and no pad, but useable with the use of our bus jacks. Great to sit right on the river, fish,wade, and within walking distance is a canoe rental shop that runs trips on the river, to include transportation (this business is not part of the campground). The road here may be a challenge for large 40'+ motorhomes or big trailer rigs. There are some steep grades, tight turns, low trees, and the bridge is narrow but safe. We were fine and have a length of 33' and 12' overhead clearance. Campground overall is very suitable for tenting, small to mid size trailers and motorhomes. There are about 60 sites which are divided into three main areas. The first section includes about 5 sites that are pull through and have hookups. The second section of perhaps 20 sites runs along the riverbank of the Shenandoah River and puts you right on the river with very good sized sites; no hookups. The third section is a large field; no hookups. Roads are gravel. Staff was friendly and the office had a small store with the very basics. The restrooms/showers were clean when we looked, but we did not use them. - f.wernlein
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great little primitive get a way! We stayed 3 nights. Camp sites are within a few feet of the Shenandoah River. Lot of fishing and river floating available. Although there are no electric, water or sewer hook ups, there are clean porta-potties near campsites throughout the campground. There is firewood available at the office as well as ice. Used mostly for tent camping, but nice spaces for rvs. If you have any questions give manager a call. He is very nice and helpful with any need. - F350Powerstroke
May 2017 - $41.00
RV sites area all roomy and level. However, until March 2018, there are no reserved spots. 32 sites with water and electric hookups for various equipment - tents, popups and RVs up to 60 feet long. Twenty-seven sites are back-in, and five are pull-through. The advantage of the back-in sites is that the side areas are quite large. Some of the roomiest sites I have seen. All sites are level and graveled. They advertise that site assignment is made upon arrival, but we arrived and were told to go pick a site that was not tagged, and set up camp. However, this was a rainy weekend, before the height of vacation season. All have a side area with table, fire pit and lantern poles. No sewer connections, but convenient trash and dump site. Dog friendly. Be aware that with Verizon we had no cell service in the park, and not on the road until we were close to Luray in one direction and Front Royal in the other. So cable. No TV reception. There are small cabins in the campground also. Pets are allowed in the cabins for a fee. - WMRamblers
Feb 2017 - $41.00
Open year round. 50 amp and water. Water spigots all have anti-freeze device. Checkout 3pm. Clean dump station. All big rig sites. Lowest priced big rig campground with hookups in the area. Att wireless 3 bars. Choose your own site upon arrival. - univmd
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stayed in the site closest to the river. Level, and no problems with the 30 amp service. Very clean restrooms and showers, as we have come to expect in Virginia State Parks. A few pull thru sites.
There are plenty of trails here. There are about 3 miles of flat trail along the beautiful river, and numerous more challenging trails on the hillside. If you have a retriever, there are a number of great spots for your dog to get in the river, including one about 50 feet from our camp site.
The park is new and has a great visitor center. Very friendly and helpful staff.
We stayed three nights in October before the leaves changed, which are very late this year. 45 degrees over night but warming up quickly by 10am. Will definitely return with bicycles and canoe next time. - Uberxy
Aug 2012 - $28.00
Warning: Read all reviews. I will add to what was not stated. First a very narrow rough dirt road entrance in a bad spot in the highway. The 82 year old owner was rude and greedy. Wanted extra $3.00 For the towed. Once she found out our holding tanks were near full she refused to let us use her dump station. Said she had just had her septic pumped and didn't want it filled up again. Not to mention a strong odor of alcohol as we conversed. She did agree to give us a refund. We would not recommend this park to anyone. - arlin
Jun 2009 - $25.00
So much potential...shaded sites, quiet stream. And then there was the nasty lady who runs the place and the trashy appearance of the campground itself. When we arrived there was one other camper already there. We were placed right next to them - no option for moving to a more secluded site. Owner/host never got out of her chair when we arrived. Never a friendly wave or 'hello'. Just give me your money - park over there. Campsite wasn't very level, filled with trash and cigarette butts. There was even a sign at the office encouraging campers to burn trash in the campfire. A bit of traffic noise but the deal breaker was the trash and host. We won't be back. - Doneitall
Jun 2009 - $30.00
My wife and I have a small class C. We decided to stay here based on the review and the Web site. When we arrived we noticed garbage and leftover food all over a table outside the office, There was so much junk we had to walk around the patio to get to the office. On our way to the office an older lady came out of a trailer beside the office. We asked for a full hookup. She quoted $27 for a mostly grass pad. Then stated that it was a backin. I said ok, we will unhook the towed. She said in that case it would be an extra $3. I said no thanks and left. On our way out we looked at the sites. We are glad we passed this one by. - afundaburk
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We decided to spend an extra night on our trip and moved here from Big Meadows which was already full - turned out to be well worth it. Not sure why but this campground was nearly empty and we ended up with a fantastic site. Bathrooms were barebones but clean - no showers available. Lots of hiking available both directly from the CG and a short drive away. Most sites are pretty unlevel so bring plenty of blocks. Great scenic spot, would definitely stay again. - TCNG
May 2016 - $8.00
Large, spread out campground. Plenty of room between sites. Easy access to sites. Lots of hiking trails readily available from the campgrounds. Campground Rangers were very helpful. No water at the site, but had a free potable water fill up place within the grounds - and the water was fantastic!!! Clean, clear, cold, pure. - Linda 2
Sep 2015 - $8.00
The park is in a beautiful and quiet area. A few of the sites on the ends of the rows had more privacy, but most sites did not afford any privacy. There are no services here, and no showers, but there is potable water near the dump station. There is no wifi, and I was able to get att cell service (but not verizon) with an antenna, for brief periods here and there. Generator use is restricted to two hours in the am and three in the late afternoon. There are miles and miles of great hiking trails. The biggest problem I had with this park was that there were only a handful of nearly level sites, and none of them are reservable. Many sites had sharp level differences both front to back and side to side. - KAP99
May 2017 - $43.00
Dilapidated former KOA accessed by a long and narrow road through the field of a farm where cows are roaming. The entire place is in different levels of disrepair and neglect. Bathrooms are dirty and lit by a single bulb hanging from the ceiling. Clubhouse is used for storage and can't be utilized. Mini golf is broken and the pool is in such a shape that I wouldn't use it. All in all, this is a park to stay away from. - Jensvilhelm
Oct 2016 - $40.00
This campground has a lot of potential & there are obviously many folks who like it as it was pretty much full on a late October weekend.
The road to the campground was narrow, single lane & through a farm. Was concerned what would happen if someone came the other way, luckily not.
Did not use any of the amenities; pool was closed for the season, playground was big & full of kids, mini golf looked like no one had touched it for years. Laundry facility looked clean although machines were older models.
Our site had a beautiful view of the Mountains. It was fairly level & all services were easy to reach.
Access roads with in the park need work, full of potholes. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Sep 2016 - $40.00
I really don't understand the negative reviews. We stayed here three nights. Yes there are some sites that are not totally level but there are many very level spots. My husband is hiking the AT so it is a great location just outside the Skyline Drive. He used the campground showers every day and they were clean. I did laundry and I have no complaints there. The pool is great. We travel with our two dogs and there is a wonderful area to walk them. The Kim family that owns the campground are very kind and helpful. I would camp here again. WiFi worked well. - Lynn Barlow
Sep 2016 - $60.00
My wife and I stayed at this place referred to as a "resort". Facilities were run down, except for swimming pool. Water was terrible, brown in color. I was told it was ok, just had iron in it. But of course, they sold bottled water. We stayed here during the Appaloosa Music festival over Labor Day Weekend. We paid for but were not allowed to use shower or restroom facilities, being told the "health department had shut them down". Even when we were leaving on Labor Day (festival was over) my wife was not allowed to use the restroom because we were "with the appaloosa festival". I would never encourage anyone else to use this campground. Overpriced and not in good repair. Most every state campground facilities are much nicer and more well kept. - Goldenbvi
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Nice park. Very rural. Roads very narrow. Be wary of overhanging limbs on road to and especially from park. Get directions from their web page. DO NOT TRUST YOUR NAV. AID!!!! Fire pit overgrown with grass as was the picnic table. - Johnr7
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend. Normal rate was $60 but with Passport America it was $30 plus $20/night for holiday weekend and $5 for 50 amp. Joining me was my son and his two kids (15 and 11). The last couple miles of road from Front Royal is narrow, so be prepared for it. I used their physical address and came from the East so my Garmin GPS took me to their driveway. They have a petting farm area and my grand daughter fell in love with a few of the animals. The office staff was very friendly and helpful in giving me directions on how to get back to 81 south. In site 7 the sewer connection was at least 2 hoses away and it was about 2 feet off the ground, so it was difficult to drain the tanks. Not sure the $20 additional was worth the fireworks show they had on July 3rd. It is close to the entry of Shenandoah Parkway where we spent two days hiking and sightseeing. I would stay here again if we were in the area, but not on a holiday weekend. - USA by RV
Jul 2015 - $14.00
Sites can accommodate RV's up to about 35 feet. However the road to the campground (VA678) is very narrow, as is the campground perimeter road so you have to be careful when getting there and backing into a site. Here are my pros and cons:
Pros: Very nice/friendly camp hosts, good fishing along Passage Creek (I caught 4 small fish in about 45 minutes) , lots of trails to hike, fairly new bath house with hot showers and flush toilets, refurbished old cabin as well as historic furnace site.
Cons: The water fountains were not working, the dump station was not working, no W/E/S (except for the camp host), they have a water pump within the park, very crowded on weekends and during hunting season, no cell service, no satellite service ( except for the camp host). - User3064
Jan 2008 - $10.00
No water right now. Wonderful getaway campground. Love going there in a tent. Can accommodate an RV or travel trailer. Has a dump station. No electric or water at the site. - tec2tec
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This is a very plain Jane park with only a few sites that all back to the river. Pads are gravel, barely. We arrived in the early afternoon to find no one at the office. We asked someone that was a seasonal camper and he had no idea what we should do. The signage said to call a number and not to pull into a site. We called and two hours later still no return call. We went ahead and picked a site, anyway. Finally someone, not the manager, came by and took our payment although we could not use our credit card as was stated on the web site. The water was also very brown even after running the water for a minute after hooking up. We only stayed overnight although we had planned on a 3 night stay. - HRambler
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Maybe just the first 6 sites have 50amp service. The rest are 30amp with some sewer hookups. All have water and all back up on a bank on the Shenandoah River. There is a boat ramp and apparently deep water with a little current that had me concerned about launching a kayak. We had to use 2x6's under the front tires to level and the soft ground absorbed about half of the boards under the jacks of our diesel pusher. The WiFi was strong and fairly fast. About half the sites seem to be seasonal. - Juandering
Aug 2010 - $35.00
This campground is off Rt. 66, and there are signs on the highway and off to direct you. We've stayed here twice for a night. It is basically a large grassy area with a line of sites on the Shenandoah River and treed. There is a boat ramp and fishing in the river. Very peaceful and clean. Picnic tables and fire rings. You pick your spot and the owner comes around in the AM for payment. Seem to be some seasonals, but lots of sites available. - poodlecamper
May 2017 - $21.00
Yes the lots are narrow but we have seen alot worse. My husband and I stayed for 2 nights. Was quiet due to off season but the full timers we met were wonderful. We got a riverside spot but on our next trip we want a site that opens up to the grassy field. We hated to leave. Would like to sign up for a membership for us going full time in Sept. I hope we didn't pay for internet because that was not an option given to us. We were given the code. - sherfrank
Sep 2016 - $5.00
We are here using Coast to Coast so our site is free we pay an additional $5 charge for electric per night. We were here in September and it was very warm. The original site was is the C lot which others reference. It does not have a tree anywhere and truly is a parking lot. We took a walk around the park and found the riverfront sites. I spoke with reservations and requested a move and they very kindly gave us a riverfront site. Staff was extremely nice and the members of the park were friendly as well. We would stay again. In fact we extended our stay once we moved. The park could really do some major upgrading. Picnic tables are wobbly. Looks like several of the bath houses in the members area are brand new. - Quilter03
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Stayed as Coast-to-Coast members. Park appears to be well maintained with fresh pavement sections on several roads. Gravel roads and pads in the C-section were level and graded. Sites in the upper C section have been reworked, now there are 24 sites instead of 35, with 50-amp service ($5 per night additional charge). Very little grass. Site edges are marked by RR ties. WiFi signal is strong, and we were not charged. - Rich2778