10 Parks near Bowling Green, Virginia
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bowling Green. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bowling Green in the left hand column.
Jun 2015 - $43.00
No soap, towels in restroom. Bugs, cobwebs in restroom and showers.
Laundry room looked like it had not been cleaned for months.
Will not stay here again. - Rlcjw
Jun 2011 - $40.00
Rather of stayed at the near gas station. Pool was green - so bad couldn't even see a foot deep and tiles were stained with black stuff, what tiles were still on. Bathrooms did not have toilet paper most of the time and very dirty, toilets had rings in them. Grass was allowed to grow up to your knees. Complained about your pets a lot. NOT PET FRIENDLY. Electric for the site ran almost $4.00 a day for a 29ft camper. Sites are narrow and dirty. And no such thing as quiet time when dark. Will not stay again. - campordie
Apr 2011 - $36.00
We arrived after dark. Our reservation was left taped to the door. Our site was marked, but not very easy to see. Once we found it, we had a slight problem. At one end it was muddy. All of the hook ups except the sewer was hidden in large evergreen bushes, with the sewer connection 10' forward of them. A very narrow site, we could not use our awning. The camp store is small. The staff is nice. The bathhouse/showers were ok. One had no TP, no handles on the sink to use the water, and no power. At least there was hot water. The other shower did not work at all. But the lights in that one did. We will not be going back. - stormer41
Dec 2016 - $13.00
This was a return visit. We have stayed here often when visiting family in the area. Vastly improved this year was the entrance process at the main gate. As a retiree, I only had to show my ID and my wife's driver's license. Last year I had to jump through registration hoops and then the guards never pulled up the right list so had to go through it each time I came on post. However, still needing improvement are the utilities!! Water can be problematic--low pressure at times, poor taste, and one stanchion for every two RV. That means you may need a long hose to reach the opposite side of the camper. Electric outlets don't all have a breaker when connecting. Sewers seem to be at the middle to front end of the site, so may need extension hose to dump. Still, it is a great value and the restrooms are immaculate. One night we were treated to night artillery practice and we enjoyed hearing the helos practicing landings...."Sound of Freedom." - Too-wow
Aug 2014 - $12.00
Rate reflects Senior discount from NPS. This place has improved since our last visit. It is in a good location, has easy access, each site is roomy, and comes with table. Check in is "easy" but first go to the office, then they have you pick a site, return to MWR, sign up, then go hookup. Lot's of back and forth. We found a good site close to bath house and were able to pick up WiFi in coach. If we were further away, not sure it would have worked. However, the utilities are still messed up, with a need to share water stanchions, and sewers not always placed conveniently. In addition, they seem to be (according to other campers) always working on water issues and so the quality is questionable. We resorted to bottled water. And when we dumped at our site prior to leaving, we realized the sewer lines were backed up. Told by another camper that this happens every other month or so. So if you can do without WiFi, cable, have long water hoses and two-fers, and are willing to chance the water and sewer, it's not a bad place. But clearly, they need to put some money into the infrastructure. - Too-wow
Mar 2010 - $21.00
This is a MILITARY campground on Fort AP Hill, available to military and civilians working for Dept of Defense. It is not difficult to get on and use the park, if you are authorized. Getting a full hook-up site at Champs is almost impossible with all the contractors and civilian employees taking up many of the "good" sites. Plus, they've got 4 of the 30 amp sites tied up with rental trailers. The camp host couple both work on A.P. Hill. The utilities are misplaced and not effectively utilized. Despite all this, the location is excellent. We used it for a shake-down at the start of spring and to help friends who had just purchased an RV (retired military) learn how to set up and use the RV. It is probably not a destination site, unless you want to hunt in the fall or do some fishing. Some LONG term seasonals (over a year!) are taking up the 50amp sites, so your choices are limited. - Too-wow
Aug 2016 - $15.00
We have been here for several months. This little park is a real gem! Nothing fancy, but big trees, shade, grass, big sites, owners live on site and very helpful, constantly working to keep it clean, quiet, and well maintained. The directions are a little daunting, but it is located on a Virginia Scenic Byway, so the drive is beautiful! 45 minutes from Fredericksburg or Richmond, 25 minutes to Kings Dominion amusement park, 10 minutes to charming, historic Bowling Green with gas, grocery store, pharmacy, restaurants. Small store with very basic supplies on site. Decent, frequently graded gravel roads, and level sites. Above ground pool. Bathrooms are very clean, with multiple toilets and showers, and there are laundry facilities. A few cabins, large tent camping area, some trailers for rent, some long pull throughs, most sites are back-ins. There are a number of long term residents, mostly retirees, some contract workers, and the owners are strict about site maintenance. There is one nice area where three or four RVs can park in a circle with a large tent covered picnic table area for small group gatherings. I was prompted to write this review after a recent experience with our refrigerator breaking down, when one of the owners spent about two hours diagnosing and fixing the problem (he has 30+ years HVAC experience and 10+ years with RVs), and refusing any payment! We have been full-timing for 3 years now, and have rarely found a nicer place! And never found a better value for the price! We were able to get some Dish satellite signal here, but there are only a few sites with the view of the Southern sky and one of the three satellites is very close to the Western horizon. - dixiet
Jul 2016 - $20.00
We were appreciative of the shaded pull-through site with 50 amp service. Temps were in the high 90s so glad to pull off into the shade. The WiFi is only for overnighters and was a bit of a struggle to get the pass code to use it but staff brought it out and was very friendly. We were escorted to our site and it is nice and long. We got no instructions for the park itself regarding cable or garbage. They could improve on that for sure. I read something else that said there is a charge to use the above ground pool. So not really an amenity. We actually passed Hidden Acres about 6 miles before we got here. They also have Passport America, pull-throughs, and a pool they probably don't charge for. I chose R&D because they got better reviews but regretted the longer drive. - Djinfl
Jun 2016 - $33.00
This is our 4th visit here. There are a lot of full timers, but all sites are clean and appealing. We always get lot 25. It is spacious, level, good power, good water pressure. This CG has DirecTV throughout. This CG is in much better shape than previous visits. Ron and Don (owners) are just awesome and cater to visitors needs. Will certainly visit again. - Nomad61
Mar 2017 - $47.00
Had a break down and spent the night here, very peaceful camp ground, pretty with lots of trees. Had a bit of trouble getting into our spot (My fault it was after dark). Will defiantly stay here again. - GraySeal
Mar 2017 - $47.00
As others have said the campground is a little out of the way. The road is narrow but we did not have a problem with our 37 ft 5th wheel. The site we had was gravel and was sort of dipped down below ground level. We did not have rain but I could see that mud would have been pretty bad. The new gravel was loose and I had to use 4 wheel drive to pull the camper out. The fire ring could use some improvement, it was only pavers layed on the ground. It's early in the season and they were doing a lot of work to get ready. It looks like a nice park and we would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Dec 2016 - $40.00
We needed a nice place to stay during a trip south on I-95, and with not many options, this seemed to have the best reviews. It was OK, but not great for an overnighter. It's a 10-minute drive from I-95, and the road to the campground is 2+ miles of very narrow, hilly, winding country road... a couple times we were sure we would either scrape against oncoming vehicles or drop our right wheels off onto the shoulder/ditch. The road is too just narrow for today's big rigs. We had one bar of Verizon but were not able to get any data to work, and one bar of AT&T (4G) which worked intermittently. The campground WiFi worked decently well, but it's worth noting the campground was 3/4 empty when we were there. It's a very rustic campground with gravel roads and sites. Sites are typical KOA size... not especially large, but not right on top of each other. Check-in was very friendly and efficient, and the camp store was larger than usual. While the campground itself was nice, in the future we will likely look elsewhere due to the narrow access road and lack of cell signal here. - LifeRebooted
Jan 2017 - $37.00
Recently became a KOA. Staff was friendly, restrooms were clean, WiFi was fast. Nice looking park with all of the amenities. There is an active railroad track within a mile of the park. - User3064
Jul 2016 - $65.00
Stayed here while visiting the amusement park on the way back from Myrtle Beach. Wife, 2 girls (8 and 13), and the dog.
Good check in experience: very welcoming and helpful. They did send us down the entry road the wrong way, however so we had to work our way around so we could approach our site correctly to back in. Had to go back to ask for a branch to be cut to accommodate my rig. They sent someone over right away and we took care of it. Very responsive.
Nice grounds. Lots of trees, but also sites without. Good roads. Odd set-up at some sites where rigs are facing each other: so you are kind of camping with your neighbors. Had not seen that before. Some hookups on the opposite side of the camper. Not sure if we would have reached. Had not heard anything negative about it however. Rained hard while we were here at night. Some sites have poor drainage and water was there for quite a while. Others drained better. Ours was OKish, the one next to ours at the end was really bad.
Not many people here during the week, weekends busier. Wifi was excellent. Bathrooms/showers very nice. There is really only one location, so if the park was full (and had a lot of tenters), I would think this would be a challenge with capacity. We did not have that issue.
Transportation supplied to the park if desired. We did not use since I had to go back/forth numerous times for our dog.
Overall a nice campground. Good facilities. Helpful staff. Perfect for a few days to head to the park. Did not explore surrounding area much. Did not use the pool but one is here. - T.Butter
Jul 2016 - $70.00
Very nice and clean park. We stayed in July during the week (5 days) and the campground was less than 1/2 full. We had a premium pull through site with a concrete pad so the site was top notch and level. Showers house had a/c and was always clean. Very quiet and peaceful during our stay. Although the staff is very friendly, they don't understand the way an RV turns so they gave us less than ideal directions to our site forcing us to make a tight turn that could have easily been avoided by sending us down the correct road. Lots of shade/trees throughout the campground. Some of the streets are tight especially in the "older" (never updated section) designated for tents and small units (so avoid those roads with larger rigs). Overall a great campground when on a site that matches your rig/needs. A little pricey, but you are paying for the convenience to be next door to Kings Dominion with shuttle service. - IBpraisingGod
Sep 2016 - $22.00
We stayed in a pull through site in a 43ft fifth wheel. The site was clean, quiet, and we'll kept. Staff was very helpful and friendly. - BobsFixIt
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Near trees, so satellite did not work, but was able to pick up analog television. No bbq pit, had to ask for a picnic table. Upon arrival our electric did not work, but it was fixed in less than 30 minutes, in sweltering heat! The office closes early, but this is a quiet park. I would gladly come back. - morings
Aug 2014 - $1.00
Rate is for Zone Pass holders. Nice and quiet, except for occasional ordinance testing about 15 miles away. Managed to get good DirecTV shot at site B26. Not easy here - many, many trees. Didn't use Off quickly enough and got mosquito bitten every day. We'll go back, but probably not when it's hot and damp because of the bug bites. Don't believe your GPS when you come. One of ours tried to send us down a dirt road, and the other took us down a permanently closed road over a dam whose road had washed away. - VA Jim and Barbara
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We had come in and booked for two nights. Once we were there we realized it was not going to be for us. No level ground, no sewer, place was a mess and had cats running all over the place. We stayed one night because we had family that stayed in tents. We asked for a refund for the second night but they said they dont do refunds only gives rain checks. I will be giving those to someone else because we are not going back. - HeatherRVing
Aug 2008 - $31.00
Let's start with the pluses: great people to deal with, easy choice of sites, wonderful tenting areas, right on an arm of Lake Anna, staff quick to help and correct problems (just tell them the restroom is dirty and it's tended), well stocked camp store, great views and good water with mini-beach areas for swimming. We checked out the area before deciding to spend a weekend and are not sorry we did. Met great folks, had relaxing time, and enjoyed ourselves. Now for the minuses: few level sites for RVs, hookups shared with others, dump station on top of hill, road in to campground (and up to dump site) could be improved, some campers let dogs run and leave messes where ever, electric box had no breaker plus boxes were older and loose, a few folks were not observant of quiet hours. In summary, this is a rustic site with many seasonal/permanent trailers (at the back of the property) where they welcome you and you can relax. But do NOT expect state park level sites with well maintained hook-ups. If you are into tenting, this is DEFINITELY a place to consider. If you have a larger RV, you might want to look first. The pictures in the web site are excellent and very representative of what we experienced. We would go back on a non-holiday week or weekend to enjoy the people, the lake and the ambiance. - Too-wow
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
Oct 2016 - $10.00
Pros: Big site, nice fellow campers, nice security staff.
Cons: Many old, trashy, unkept, trailers that look like they were abandoned years ago. Narrow, pot holed, gravel roads. Many unleashed dogs. Unlevel camp site. Utilities on wrong side of campsite. Lady in office was very rude. When I asked to stay an extra night, she said that I should have thought of that when I made the reservation. If I wanted to stay another night, I may have to move to another site. I asked if that site was already reservered, she said no, but because they are a membership "resort" they have different rules. I have been a Coast to coast member for 15 years, stayed at many C2C Parks and have NEVER had anyone treat me like that. Will stay there again only because of location and price. - Travelingjim!
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Coast To Coast members should stay clear of this place. The site they assigned us had huge drop offs on both sides. Even if you can "thread the needle" to get in there, you would step out your door and have to be careful not to fall in the ditch. Also, the location of the 30 amp hookup was a stretch for my 30' cord, and my connection is on the very back of my trailer! AND the power connection was damaged. I would not hook my power up to it. We left and went somewhere else where we were lucky enough to get last minute reservations. - Sherri Christensen
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Couldn't find bath/restrooms. 30amp only service despite 50amp being advertised. Open Space with no shade at all. Not a good combo in July. :)
As we drove past many owner sites, the one thing that stuck out was how dirty this place is. Grass is well kept and security is good. Very crowded with owner rigs, but most far out of date and in desperate need of maintenance, both site and vehicle. Never again. Why RSI would even want to claim this place is beyond me. - Mushroom