5 RV Parks near Buckingham, Virginia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Buckingham. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Buckingham in the left hand column.
Apr 2017 - $15.00
Exceptional campground. Clean showers, clean flush toilets and a clean site. Full electrical. No Verizon. Water is also not at the campsite but is available between the two large parking areas. (Or, if you're there for a long stay, you may need to disconnect to refill water, as you would if you need to dump.) Only C loop is reservable (17 sites and one for a host). This is relatively open with few trees, and sites are level. B Loop has 12 first come, first serve sites with electrical. Similar to C, but a few more trees. A loop is non-reservable, non-electric, and posted for no RVs over 28 feet. Less level and many tight turns and short sites. Clearly designed for tents, small trailers, camper vans, etc. This is clearly a very popular site with locals. Mid week early April in cold weather the C loop was fully booked, and only a few sites were available in the nonreservable B loop. - OlderGoat
Oct 2016 - $15.00
As always this jewel is clean, well maintained, with clean bathrooms & showers.
C loop has electric hookups only, but there is a water fill, & dump station.
A & B loops are first come first served, but A loop is for tents & small units like pop ups. There are two lakes for fishing & swimming, with a nice beach area, and a playground. - bukhrn
Oct 2016 - $10.00
Great campground! Level gravel sites, well spaced, and an incredible value. We stayed in B loop, which had electric (for an additional $5/night), but no water. Big fire pits with swing grills and even hanging arm for pots or kettle. Each site has a bear-proof food storage locker, which seems to have successfully deterred bears from bothering to come around. Camp hosts rake each site after departure, so new arriving campers are welcomed to a very neat, evenly raked gravel site. A loop is more hilly and woodsy, but mostly tents and the smallest of RVs. C loop is reservation only, and is the most wide open and treeless. B loop FCFS. Absolutely no Verizon signal. Park rangers make very frequent "compliance runs", so don't even think about breaking any rules. (They are extremely friendly and helpful, however.) The "alcohol prohibited" signs were not notices, but were posted as "warnings". Very strict and intimidating for those of us who enjoy a cold beer after a hike or glass of wine with dinner. (But that is a statewide park rule, not just here). We will definitely return to this lovely campground. - Libre RV
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Great location to camp for visiting Appomattox National Park Civil War sites. Couldn't reach park by phone, so just took a chance that sites were available. Registration after hours was on the honor system. Park was located about 6 miles from Hwy. 24 main road and 13 miles from the National Park, though it seemed much longer while traveling through the national forest to reach the campground. Very quiet, relaxing and secluded with only one other camper in sight. Site was fairly level with table and fire ring. Firewood was most reasonable price we've seen (also on honor system), but weather was way too warm for a campfire or to enjoy the outdoors. Restrooms and showers were convenient and looked clean though we did not use them. No cell service in the park, except on a hill close to the office if you are lucky. No cable, and too many surrounding trees to get satellite. Swimming in the lake was available and seemed to be a popular place. Would camp here again if in the area. It would be beautiful in the Spring with the Red Buds blooming. - Texas E-S
Jul 2017 - $30.00
This park is located about 5 miles off of Rt 24 down some very narrow roads through the state forest. Just have to take it slow when traffic is coming toward you. Fortunately there isn't much traffic. The campground area is on rolling land and there was little effort to level the sites when they were paved which makes it difficult to level the RV. Our site (#25) was one of the leveler ones but still required us to use several leveling blocks on the rear. One plus is all the trees that provide wondeful shade. The bath house was clean but could use a little touching up with some paint. There is a nice lake for swimming, non-power boating and fishing. - MarkandMarty
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Huge lake almost circles this state Park. There are 2 campgrounds, well in the trees. Because of the land topography, some are just not level...but many pretty good. After March 17, 2017, the smaller campground will take reservations per spot. You cannot see the lake from the camping spots, but it is very close. We kayaked the day away. There were some small boats with trolling motors with people fishing. There is a beach...kid friendly. Wal-Mart about 15 minutes away...easy to stop and enjoy some history along the way. - YFF
Jul 2017 - $30.00
The only possible improvement might be a pool (and sewer on sites), but sites are large, private and fairly level, Park staff are friendly and knowledgeable, other campers were for the most part considerate. Rangers patrol frequently (which I like). We're absolutely going back! - Central Virginia
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Peaceful campground on the James River. We spent a weekend to go hiking and rent a canoe for a 6 mile trip down the James River. This park offers a lot of trails for hiking, 3 ponds for fishing and canoe, kayak, tube rentals. For camping it has 2 primitive campgrounds (one on a pond the other on the river), 1 RV campground (water and electric only) were we stayed and a horse campground.
Our site was mostly shaded and most all the sites were separated and private. Thin woods between each site. We had a great time and will go back again. - Joe J
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stay here at least two times per year-the first trip of the season and the last with sometimes a couple thrown in during the summer. It is a great campground with roomy wooded sites and excellent restrooms/showers. - pinesman
Aug 2017 - $33.00
This is a wonderful small campground surrounded by the Cumberland State Forest. Because it's surrounded by a state forest, it's very secluded. The only place to go if you've forgotten something is a small gas station/convenience store that's five or so minutes away. They have a great small lake with boats that can be rented, plus an archery range. The sites are rather small and tight. Most were clearly originally designed for tent campers. There are only a handful that are suitable for travel trailers, and only a few that can handle a larger rig. Also, I would never try to get a larger rig into this campground because the turns are very, very tight. Our campsite was the only one in the park that was paved. All of the rest are a mix of dirt and gravel. The bathrooms were clean enough, but not as clean as other state parks we've visited. Our only major complaint about the campground were our extremely loud neighbors (barking dog, ridiculously loud music, etc.) but rude visitors aren't the fault of the campground, and the camp host did try to control them as best he could. You can't fully control rude people except to remove them, and I didn't expect that. We would definitely come back here, as we know that 99% of our fellow campers are good and respectful people. - SteveMM
Nov 2016 - $36.00
Very friendly staff. Unfortunately it was a very tight campground. Each campground there seemed to be designed by someone who was afraid to use space. Lots of sites were not long enough for your truck and camper...and we just have a 16'. Water and electrical hook ups were at the head of the site. Difficult when you have very little length to start with. Very, very few pull throughs. If you are in to tent camping, it would be very easy. Although your neighbors are close, regardless. The lake was beautiful and the fishing seemed to be good. The boat launch site/parking was once again...tight. There are good, easy hiking trails and we saw some beautiful cabins. Cabins might be the way to go! - YFF
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice small park inside of the Cumberland State Forest. The spots are small and the 35 foot limit includes any tow vehicles. The spots we had were not too level, but OK. Electric and Water but no Sewer.
Everything was clean and well maintained. The rangers were nice and the roads are good.
The trails are great for walking around the park. They go all the way around the lake and then some.
There is a swimming "beach" on the lake that we did not use, and an archery range that we did not use too. - The Bees
May 2017 - $40.00
This is a no frills RV Park. It is right off of Hwy 460 so easy to get to. All sites are pull through so perfect for an overnight stop without having to unhook a tow vehicle. Check in was fast and friendly. Sites are gravel and a little unlevel, with a wider than normal strip of grass. No picnic table or fire ring.50amp and good water pressure. No amenities other than WiFi that worked well and our Verizon signal was strong. Road noise was not bad at night. We paid $40 a night with no discounts offered. We stayed May 25 -29, 2017. You are only minutes from the Appomattox Court House National Park and other historical places. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Like the name says, it is a RV Park not a resort or campground, paved roads and 30 paved level sites with grass and good utilities. No pool, no showers, no RR, no store, no laundry or playground. Close to Confederate Museum and historical Appomattox Courthouse National Park. All sites open sky for satellite. Good cell, strong free wi fi in site C-11. Good base to visit area but not a good value. Park three fourths empty in late July weekend. Recommend staying 2 nites to visit Nat'l park and museum in one full day. One mile to town and Walmart. Don't stay in site 1 thru 10 as on busy entrance road to MHP. Staff helpful and friendly. - Pepper Dan
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is an Escapees Park; they do not allow discounts the week before or of a holiday. We were here the week of the 4th of July. The value of this park is bad. No pool, no cable. It even lacks a picnic table. They claim to have wifi, we hooked up but that was it. We were here four night and could not use the wifi. The wifi is non-existent. Being close to the freeway, there was some highway noise. All sites are pull-through; some are shaded. There are some residents in the park. For the most part, they are well-maintained. The park is close to the National Park; the Museum of the Confederacy is right across the street. We were here in a 40' fifth-wheel. - oldbluejay