7 RV Parks near Bull Run Mountain Estates, Virginia
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bull Run Mountain Estates. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bull Run Mountain Estates in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Price paid included one additional adult. Very quite and "in the woods" feel for your camping. Site was hard to level, but doable. Would stay here again if back in the area. We were on a water, electric only site. Dump station was available. - 757Dave
Jun 2017 - $34.00
This is a campground that is literally at the back of a working farm. The owners put it in over 50 years ago and have expanded and upgraded it several times. They are now offering a 15% discount to active and retired military as well as veterans. The access roads through the farm are quite narrow. Two RVs head on would be trouble. The main road once reaching the swimming pool and office needs a good tree trimming, but I was able to pull to the side and avoid the overhangs. They only have 21 sites up near the pool that have sewer. There are some very nice pull through sites in the electric and water section that have full shade and lots of spacing and vegetation between sites. The campground is remote, but not far from the Manassas National Battlefield Park. - Good Vibes
May 2017 - $40.00
The only negative was the road in and out is narrow making it difficult to meet another vehicle - two RV's could not pass. Low hanging limbs need to be trimmed. - jandjmichael
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is our second time staying at Hillwood, the first was a 3 year stay, and then this 2 night stay. The camping park is great. It's beautiful, green, and quiet from the minute you drive inside. Trees, a beautiful pond, and flowers make it feel so secluded despite being in the city. The camping park is so reasonably priced for the area. They provide a laundry room, bath house, and mail services. - skisqueen
Jun 2016 - $48.00
This was the worst place I have literally ever been. Filthy!!! Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. The lady in the office is constantly talking bad about all the people staying at the park. Not a nice person at all and the owner takes no pride what so ever in this park. Lots of full time residents that have tons of old stuff hoarded around the outsides of their campers. This place was just gross! - Kelly from Ga
Sep 2014 - $40.00
This camping park is a blessing. It has the best staff, a beautiful location, and amazing prices!!! It caters to long-term tenants, which I love, no constant in and out. It doesn't have certain perks, pool or playground, but the surrounding area makes up for it! There is a water fountain, a water park, tons of playgrounds, bounce houses, tons for families to do! The sites are well maintained, considering the high level or rain and snow that falls there. The laundry facility does its job, cheap washers and dryers! The bath/shower house isn't perfect, but long-term residents don't need it to be, our campers provide it. There is no problem with security here, as a resident of 3 years, there was 1 incident. I recommend this park to the fullest, I couldn't have been happier anywhere. - skisqueen
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This campground has been a local "go-to" for us over the last few years of camping from our earlier days as tent campers through to the current travel trailer we now use. Do heed the cautions of other reviewers that not all sites are created equally, if you have specific requirements (i.e. power pole location, space for awnings)... ask the office. We have gone through the park and rated each spot for ourselves to determine which ones will accommodate our trailer. (Location of utilities, trees in the way, size of the spot, parking availability, etc.) It really comes in handy on future reservations as the online system doesn't really describe these limitations. We have experienced the staff here to be approachable, friendly, and extremely courteous. Check in after 1pm / Check out is 11am. Late checkout-$10 (if available) is 7pm. One can only request late checkout on morning of the last day after the staff verifies that the spot is not reserved online for that afternoon. (Note: This is a change in policy that used to allow for prepaying for late checkout at check-in time.) The trap/skeet range is active daily and is usually a bit louder on the "tent-only" side of the park. It is not unbearable, and only occurs during the daytime hours but worth mentioning if you are not used to hearing shotguns firing. This park has camping "hosts" that are staying right along with you. These hosts do a terrific job of clearing the sites that have been vacated in preparation for the next visitor. I've seen them rake back the leaves from the "living" area, thoroughly clean the BBQ grills, and ensure that no trace of trash is left behind for another guest to have to deal with. They are also really friendly to chat with and discover their "story". When we were using the shower/bathrooms in our tent days, we found them to be relatively clean. Two dump stations are available free for use if you are staying the night. - JAViii
Jun 2017 - $47.00
This is a very large, pretty park, but the campground seems "old". It is difficult to find a level site....just about every site necessitates using wood for leveling. If there is heavy electric use (everyone using their a/cs, for instance ), the voltage really drops. Several times, our surge protector shut power off to our coach due to low voltage. There are lots of trees, which makes satellite reception difficult. It is also expensive, due to its proximity to Washington DC. - henny38
Jun 2017 - $49.00
Price was a little higher than we like to spend, but it was the best deal near DC. Beautiful setting, lots of trees. Yes, you can hear the gun range but all is quiet when it closes. The hookups were on the wrong side, but we were able to cross connect without any problems. Not all sites are like that. No cable or Internet. Close to Metro station for our trips downtown. Every store you could need is located in Manassas only a few miles away. - Donny and Donna
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We camped here for 13 days as we transitioned from our home to our RV, where we now live full time. Unfortunately, when I first made the reservation, whoever I talked to didn't write the reservation down in the right place, so by the time we arrived, someone else had booked our chosen site for several days - meaning we had to move to a different site in the middle of our visit and then come back. That did not make us very happy, but the folks in the office were very apologetic and comped us a night, which I thought was fair.
The campground is very well kept, clean, quiet and convenient for staying in the Metro DC area. During our stay, the last two weeks of July, it was more than half empty, which was awesome. Our biggest complaint is just the price. For $45 per night, most people expect full hook ups, or at least water and electric. Lake Fairfax only has electric. It's just a lot of money for limited connections. That being said, the sites themselves are quite nice, the water and dump are centrally located, and the larger park is very pretty.
In order to save our tanks, we utilized the showers and they were great - large individual rooms with a shower, toilet and sink.
When visiting the DC area, we will definitely stay here again. - LGRV
Nov 2015 - $45.00
We stayed here 18 months ago and gave it a lower rating, likely because it was our first experience without water and sewer. Now that we're much more experienced (and know what we like), we're much happier with Lake Fairfax Park. Since there's no water and sewer, the bathrooms and showers are very important: they're new and are some of the best we've used... huge, private, and heated. The campground is very pretty, with good-sized sites (important to us) and mature trees interspersed throughout. It's not heavily wooded, so you will see your neighbors. The price sounds high for an electric-only campground, but it's appropriate for the region, and is half the price of the only commercial RV park in the area (where your awning almost touches your neighbor's rig). There are miles of hiking/biking trails in the woods, but watch out for ticks on you and your dogs (the campground is very dog-friendly). The skateboard park was very busy (but closed at dusk while we were there), so I suggest getting a campsite on the other side of the campground. One oddity at the dump station was that the potable water spigot was right next to the sewer dump, while the non-potable (for rinsing sewer hoses, etc.) was further away. I'm not a fan of seeing the potable spigot one foot away from the sewer at a dump station. Due to the excellent location in Northern Virginia, the large sites, and the new bath/shower house, we really enjoyed our stay, and will be back again. - LifeRebooted
Apr 2015 - $40.00
This park could be a 10 but no water or sewer or wi- fi at any sites. No pull thru either yet there is a water park on the grounds. Long drive to camping area and twisty hills for a motor home towing. $40 with senior discount but close to where we had to be and Cherry Hill is just too far and must use I-495 which is always bad. - lesashubby
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
Sep 2005 - $20.00
This is a nice, small, primarily tent campground that is well maintained by the park authority. We spent one night during Labor Day weekend and there were plenty of sites available. Everyone was tent camping. Smaller trailers could back into some campsites witout too much trouble. All sites are under trees. There are only a few lake side campsites with limited views of the lake. There's a small playground and grassy field. There are 3 fairly clean bathhouses which is plenty for this size campground. A camp store and dump station are at the cg entrance. The main park which is on the other side of the lake has Par 3 golf, mini-golf, frisbee golf, fishing, rowboat rentals, ice cream parlor, carrousel, small train rides, and a good hiking/biking/fitness trail. Private canoes and kayaks are allowed, but no rentals. There is no swimming. You can get to the main park by using the trail. I was the only one who noticed a lot of night road noise from a road outside of the park. Otherwise, the campground was quiet. I'm sure we will return for a full weekend stay. - crazy4sailin
Sep 2011 - $15.00
This is a beautiful 18,000 acre park operated by the National Park Service. The web site indicates RV's are restricted to 32 ft, but this is not true. Larger units can be accommodated. All sites are heavily wooded and the campground is 7 miles from the entrance to the park. The staff and campground host are very helpful and friendly. This is a campground for people who want to be close to nature. If you desire swimming pools, etc., this park is not for you. It is within a 1/2 mile of I-95 located just 30 miles south of Washington D.C. - geodrake
Aug 2011 - $15.00
This is a National Park facility, 18,000 acre forest with 100 camp sites carved out of the forest. Reservations are available, but not necessary. All sites have paved parking. Many miles of hiking trails. A concession operated RV park with full hook-ups is available, but does not provide access to the park. - geodrake