15 Parks near Berryville, Virginia
Aug 2010 - $35.00
The river was beautiful. Mike was great. Staff was friendly. The tubing was AWESOME. The campsites were the biggest I've ever seen. Nice, wide, more than enough room. We arrived on a Thursday and left on Sunday and also had some tent people meeting us there. For us, the stay was nice. For the tent people not so great due to the bath houses being completely disgusting. You also have to bring quarters with you to use the showers which the website doesn't disclose. A certain nationality of people showed up Friday night, by the hundreds. Things went downhill from there. They were loud, dirty and I think the bath house situation was because of them. They played loud music, left their trash everywhere, sped through the campground. Border patrol was all over the place and cops frequented the campsite over the weekend. On Sunday, they all packed up and left. They left garbage EVERYWHERE. I felt so bad for the owners to have to clean up such a mess. This is such a beautiful place to camp. I hope the owners can figure out a way to deter the illegals (I'm assuming illegal with so much border patrol officers around). - Leslie C.
Jun 2010 - $8.00
Don't trust these people, this used to be a great campground that our group stayed at for several years in a row. USED to be friendly and worked well with us. We always came with a group of 20-100 people. Then things started going downhill. A bad element of people started coming in, in spite of complaints by us for a couple of years in a row of campers from other sites/groups coming into our reserved areas disrupting our functions and items coming up missing nothing was done by management to curb it. Although management lives right across the road, once they are gone for the day that's it, you're on your own. The last straw was when we made our usual reservation at our usual group rate, something happened and the lady that used to handle our reservations was no longer there. ONE WEEK prior to our event we were told that neither the space we had reserved nor the rate we were promised would be honored. They doubled the price, we did get our space back, but not without a lot of hassle. This same thing happened to another sister group earlier. We won't be back. - luvmyhp
Oct 2008 - $30.00
I read the reviews here, and decided to take a chance. Here's what we found: This park is relatively far from a main route. Getting there requires navigating a windy, hilly road for a few miles from RT 340. We had no trouble, but this campground is not close enough to I-81 to be useful to folks moving through. We arrived after dark to find the gate manned. We paid and were told to pick a site. Because it was dark, it was very hard to see where the sites were. Even during the day, it is hard to see where the sites are. Some of the marked sites have broken electric. We set up and found it was difficult to level the RV, given the sloping nature of the grass. If you plan on staying here, you should know that the sites along the river are nice, but lack electricity and tend to attract noisy groups. There was no effort to quiet down the loud music on Friday night. Bottom Line: This is a chill-out park that would be great for a few days in an RV. This is not the best park for thru-travelers due to the distance from the main roads. There are no facilities other than a dump station and water/electric. - outsid4evr
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Rustic with nice wooded area for tents, small pop-ups, and small trailers. We camped in a meadow area. The pool was sparkling and well maintained. The place could use some renovations. The owners were elderly and very friendly and easy going. We spent three days there without any problems. - sml
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Overall campground was in total disrepair. Hard to get in and out of. Staff was nice. - Thelma Jayne
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Park is not well maintained. Restrooms and showers were not clean. The pool was huge, but the deck and fence were in bad shape. - Sherryjn
Sep 2014 - $35.00
No one answered the phone and no sign of owners or management, but did speak to a cleaning lady who couldn't assist In any way. Roads rutted, causing tow vehicle to drag. Had to drive over fire pit to get into/out of site. Lots of long term campers in the park. Has LOTS so potential but looks like owners may have given up. Don't know how it's rating manages to be so high. But! Convenient to I-81 for overnighting on the north-south migration route. Smaller rigs would be much happier here. We are 65' with tow vehicle. - VRoss716
Aug 2012 - $35.00
This is a very basic campground. It may be a little over-priced for what you get, but this is a very expensive area. The owner is working hard to make it a success. While it is convenient for an I-81 stop-over, there are too many permanent residents and leveling is almost impossible. - larriin
Jan 2012 - $35.00
This is one of those parks that could be a real gem if it wasn't full of full-timers with rundown trailers and barking dogs. There are new managers recently as of september, and they are working to clean the place up. Very friendly folks. The area isn't a vacation destination, so I imagine that parks in this area have to allow full-timers in order to make a living. However, having some rules in place and enforcing them would make things better. Pros: Close to main highway, good water pressure, long spots with plenty of room on the sides, pretty creek running through park. Cons: Busy road right next to park, full-timers with rundown trailers and barking dogs, our power surge protector was constantly flashing red letting us know that the power source wasn't steady, dirt spots and very muddy due to recent rain. I think the new managers are on the right track with this campground, but I don't know if they plan on cleaning up the clientele of the park at all. It worked for a couple nights stay so we could go into DC for a day. - Salina
Jul 2016 - $63.00
The basics of this cg are really nice. We had an excellent, 50 amp, FHU, pull-thru site with a concrete slab. There was a large concrete patio with a grill and patio furniture. We were on the end so no neighbors on one side with a small yard. Site had some shade. There are a lot of shaded sites here - some are pull-thru and some are back-in. Check in was easy and friendly with an escort to site. We had some noise from road, but wasn't heard inside the RV. Some sites are closer to the road with louder noise. Now, the negative...We couldn't get cable at our site. There was a sign in the office that they don't guarantee cable reception at every site. When I come expecting cable as advertised, I expect cable. We were able to get some OTA channels. The WiFi is Tengointernet. The free basic says it's slower than the upgraded that you pay for, so I chose to pay $3.95 for 24 hrs as I hate slow WiFi. It was okay for the most part. When my time ran out, I tried the free basic, and it was faster and better than the "upgraded" I paid for. Go figure. We would stay here again and make sure we get a cable site. - Gayle E.
Jun 2016 - $63.00
Friendly check-in staff and guided to site. Pretty campground and wide sites. Now the bad, overpriced and site less than 75 yards from interstate highway with all the traffic noise. Cable did not work and WiFi was very poor quality. Must pay for better quality WiFi. Stayed in their luxury site and had to move their BBQ grill to far end of site because it stunk so badly. Roads are narrow but no problem with big rig. Will not stay here again due to noise, stinky grills, cable broke, poor WiFi and overpriced. - osok
May 2016 - $47.00
Tight entrance road but roads improved after that, back-in site but plenty long enough to stay hooked up for just a over night stop. - DBLR
Jun 2016 - $54.00
-close to Harpers Ferry National Park.
-roads leading to park easy to navigate.
-they give you free pancakes in the morning. Since we are gluten free, this wasn't worth it.
-$10 resort fee NOT mentioned when reserving by phone
-This is not a "resort" facility.
-This place charges for a pet - the first place this entire summer to do so.
-internal roadways are too narrow. We saw a trailer trying to get to their site and they literally couldn't make one of the turns.
-they give you a coupon book for discounts at their own facility. Why not just lower the price??
-one coupon was for fudge - buy a pound, get 1/2 pound free. Since we were visiting daughter the next day for a week, we figured we would get some fudge to have for dessert several nights while we saw her. Went to the "coffee shop" to purchase some. All they had was a 1/4 pound of raspberry fudge. When will it be available? "Whenever the person who makes it brings it in."
-sites are DIRT! Most places that charge more than $50 per night have grass, cement, level sites, etc.
-Did I Mention A $10 Resort Fee?? Your KOA discount doesn't apply to this. - Ms Winnie
Jun 2016 - $78.00
Think twice about reserving here if you are a big rig. Sites are tight, road turns are sharp. We made it in our 40 foot with tow but had to back up several times to make a turn. For $78, I expect good paved roads and patios. Roads were semi-paved or gravel/dirt with many potholes and there were no concrete pads. Check-in area was big, paved and well marked. There just are not many choice in this area for big rigs. - mhollis1
Jun 2016 - $73.00
Fees: mandatory resort fee of $10 a person. Since we didn't have kids, the only thing we got for our $10 was pancakes on Saturday. Your coffee, sausage, etc. was extra. They also charge another $3.00 per pet/per night fee. Don't know why or what that got us. The short road leading to the campground is good, and is right off the highway. Note that the access roads in the campground going to the pull-through sites is gravel and very narrow. The big 5th wheelers around us struggled to maneuver and park. Because the sites are short, anyone parking their tow car or truck hugged the road. Reservations staff sent all in our group in the wrong direction. Sites are VERY close to each other. The group next to us sat at their table and grilled only 3 feet from our sewer hook up, right outside my window. We had no problem neighbors, and the lively group of 4 families with many children across from us were respectful of the quiet time. We enjoyed watching the kids all running from one campsite to another and having fun. Had trouble with our TV connections and a call to the office resulted in 2 very nice gentlemen arriving within 5 minutes to show us what we were doing wrong (it was us, not the campground). Kids across from us loved the pool. There is a shaded pet park with some agility equipment in it and benches. The mini golf is there, too. The grounds and buildings seem to be well maintained and very clean. - WMRamblers
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We were the only campers in this gem overnight stay. The campsites are in a huge grassy field with water and electricity hook-ups. Dump and dumpster at the entrance. We spent part of our evening under a covered patio type protection attached to a huge old (1800) barn, because of a tornado alert and then a thunderstorm alert. We were able to pull our Class B RV in under shelter in case of hail (there was none, but a huge rain).
The showers have plush carpets in front of the stalls. Spotless washrooms. And the campground is on a creek. - skidiver
Jun 2015 - $36.00
This is a very hard campground to rate. It is very rustic and beautiful, however the interior roads are minimal and the majority of the sites are grass only, without any stone. We were concerned that we would not be able to get our motor home out without getting stuck if it rained. They have three full hookups sites that are basically in a circle with PVC pipe cobbled together to one sewer hole. On the up side, the water pressure was good and the 50 amp electric reliable. The owners were friendly and helpful. We were visiting friends who live in the area and this was the closest option near their home. Due to the size and weight of our 40 foot motor home, we would probably try another campground further away if visiting the area again. - D&K
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Not close to the highway and only 3 sites had sewer. No 50 amp service (30 amp only). However, clean restrooms and showers, nice views and beautiful property. Would have loved to do more than an overnight. Would stay here again - next time for a couple of days. - bbnh2000
May 2016 - $40.00
The 3/4 mile long dirt, pothole, muddy road to the park seemed much longer. The constant fear that an RV might come from the other direction made it worse. We knew there was no sewer but I was very dissatisfied to find the dump station is at the end of a dead-end road with no place to turn around with any decent sized rig. One night and out of here. We do have a 40ft fifth wheel and the "D" section pull-through was plenty long enough and did have 50 amp. With all the rain it was very mushy so I popped the truck in 4WD to make sure I didn't get stuck. Would not stay here again. - cwier
Oct 2015 - $36.00
There are no sewer hookups at this campground. There is a single dump station. The campground's website boasts that it is a "full service" campground, and nowhere does it say that there are no sewer hookups. I found this deceptive.
It's reasonable value based on the area, but sky-high if you're a fulltimer with the ability to pick-and-choose your destinations. We stayed one week just because we wanted to see DC. I can't imagine staying here otherwise.
We had a hard time getting our 35' travel trailer into the most spacious site in the campground. - JPen365
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Just spent 5 days at the Brunswick campground and had a wonderful experience. Very friendly and helpful staff, clean restrooms (newly painted) and right on the C&O Canal Bike Trail, which is why we were there anyway. PLUS they had dry wood for campfires and they'll even deliver to your site.
Are trains running close by? Yes! Didn't bother our party of three a bit. We stayed in a pop-up and had water and electric for about $45/night. Reasonable for the area!
Will we return? Absolutely!!! - JeffKruzic
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Site was very difficult to level our RV. Site is narrow. Can use either awning or firepit, but not both. Parking for towed is iffy at site. Roads in C level are gravel and gullied. Internet is not reliable and you must pay for code. - Jeanne C
May 2016 - $10.00
The price reflects a Coast to Coast membership. We stayed here two nights. We did not use any of the park facilities and only checked in at the guard gate so we had no dealings with the staff other than the security guard who was very organized, friendly and helpful. Park was clean, roads were good, and location was convenient for us. Satellite and Verizon phone worked good here. - RayN
Aug 2015 - $21.00
There needs to be an addition in the RV Club books that this is a members only park and non-members are put in a section C slum. A long walk to all the amenities.
No cable, WIFI took three tries to connect. RR Tracks nearbye. I hope they are not active.
Took 15 minutes to register thanks to waiting for the snotty gate guard to let members in and out.
Was going to stay three days. One will be enough. - Author
Jun 2016 - $44.00
I wasn't sure what to expect when I made a 2 night reservation at The Cove. I had read mixed reviews And my nephew and my girlfriend, who both accompanied me on this trip, were not that impressed. However, I saw a diamond in the rough here. Below are my pros and cons:
Pros- Sportsman's Paradise. If you shoot, fish, ATV, hike, jeep or snow tube, this place is for you. Pristine settings between 2 mountain ranges with crystal clear lakes and ponds. Close to Tuscarora/Great Eastern Trail.
Cons- Our site wasn't quite level. The water spigots are shared. The entrance road is not for the faint of heart or those who are very fussy about their vehicle.
So being an outdoorsman I really liked this campground and may return some day. - User3064
May 2010 - $40.00
Our favorite park by far. In the mountains, out of the way and "rustic". Staff are very friendly and helpful and not there to deny anyone a good time that aren't bothering others. We stayed TWICE this summer! - Jdawg and G unit
Apr 2010 - $98.00
The last campground was not our style, so we sacrificed $50 and called around. The Cove had a lakeside rustic cabin for $95 plus taxes per night. So we drove the 15 miles to the Cove. The last 2-3 miles of which is dirt/ gravel, rough roads. Once we saw the lakes and mountains, my 15 year old son and I loved it. My wife was sketchy about the rural nature, as we had gone from the extremes of a campground next to the highway, to out in the middle of nowhere. I've stayed at worse places though. Try the steaks from the little gas station out on the main road (Gore road and Backcreek road). They are from Gore farm and are excellent on a grill. The cabin on site 2 was very, very old, built in 1972, according to the owner. The campground has been in the family since 1950 something. The lakeside cabin was very dirty and in poor condition. As we were 3.5 hrs from home, we decided to go to Wal-Mart 13 miles away to buy a mop and broom to clean the floor. There were stains, leaves and etc. There were mice in the cabin also which freaked out my wife. The view was beautiful from our site and once cleaned up, it was bearable. The showers were kind of disgusting though. There were dirty leaves on floor, no soap dish or place to change. The water was hot, though the doors did not close properly. The crappers were disgusting: essentially dirty outhouses with very old toilet seats. Apparently they don't invest time cleaning anything or invest money fixing up things. This place has SO much POTENTIAL. Nice local RVs. There are 4x4 trails, a gun and rifle range, fishing, hiking and swimming. It is upkeep that is lacking. We had a great time though. We would like to go back with our popup camper instead of staying at that neglected cabin. Owner: if you read this, please fix the place up and you'll have a goldmine. The gun range did get annoying as they shot all day Saturday and Sunday with rifles, pistols and noisy high power guns. Well, if you like it rustic, and laid back: have at it. The owners were very nice and helpful people. It was not so bad after all. - Terlordyl
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
May 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful campground with mountain views near the Skyline Drive. Very dog friendly, had one of the best dog parks we have seen. Separate fenced area for small and large dogs. Had a petting zoo that the grandkids loved. A horse stable at the campground as well, and horseback riding is available, although we did not do that. Great playground for the kids, beautiful pool. Had a variety of activities to do, pool table, ping pong, mini golf, shuffleboard, a weight room, jacuzzi and a great lounge area. Had no trouble getting our 39 foot fifth wheel into our site 7. Our site faced an empty open field which also has the softball and beach volleyball courts. Campground has a cafe on site which we used and enjoyed. Campground also has recycling bins set up for campers to use, a plus for us. Staff was very helpful and courteous. We also rented one of the cabins for the weekend for our daughter and grandkids. They loved the bunk room, and it worked great for them for the weekend. The cabins are older, but clean. This campground was very quiet and peaceful, and we loved hearing the chickens and the donkey. Wi-Fi is pay Wi-Fi, which we did just one day. We would definitely return. - KrisNC
Aug 2015 - $1.00
We are owners and keep our motor home at Skyline Ranch Resort all summer except when we are traveling. We love being there in our "second home." We do not use the facilities as we have our own bathroom and shower. The resort has improved a lot over the last few years. Swimming pool is amazing. The chalets are very nice and cabins are rustic. The dog park is the best in any campground where we have stayed and we have visited many. We travel with two dogs. We have a level site that is long with a nice view of the pool and next to the ice cream parlor. If we have this site next year, we will add sod. - Margie S Heiler