9 Parks near Christiansburg, Virginia
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Had electric and water hook-ups, but otherwise just a gravel parking lot. Campground is close to the highway, but the highway noise was not objectionable. Showers were closed for the season. This park is good as a reasonable cost overnight stay when you must stay in the Christiansburg/Radford area. If space is available; the nearby Claytor Lake SP is similar cost and much nicer. - rjohnso3a
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Close to I-81. Hookups OK. But that's about it. Basically a gravel parking lot. No space between campers. The "bathhouse" was an absolute mess. Saw no signs of cleaning and it looks like it hasn't seen maintenance in years. We'd only stay here again in a pinch. - tomnorman457
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Take Note! Campground has no facilities. Bath house was not cleaned. Three of 4 toilets in both restrooms not operable. Plywood covered the deteriorated floors. Okay for overnight, if only using on-board facilities. Expensive for what you get. Payment is cash or check only. Stayed here plenty of times when kids were students at VT. No upgrades done in the last seven years, at least. Bulldoze the bath house. - 12858
May 2016 - $42.00
One of the nicest state parks I've stayed in. All gravel fairly level sites.Restroom and showers very clean and modern. We parked in a pull through site. Water and electric only. Dump stations through out the park. - maineman
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Great little state park with nice walking trails. The pull through sites were a little short for a large fifth wheel. Be prepared to work a little to fit in the close sites. The park is clean and well kept. Pretty country spot. - Bruce and Janette
Jun 2015 - $42.00
This is a nice park way back in the woods. When we checked in at the gate, they told us to just "find a campsite with no tag on it." Unfortunately, EVERY campsite had a tag. We were about to give up when one of the campers told us the folks whose tag was still there had left. They just couldn't be bothered to take down their tag. The park staff needs to keep an eye on this.
Being a state park, it had no sewer or cable. OTA reception was fine, so no problem there.
No Wi-Fi either, so we just used our hotspot.
There were a LOT of tent campers, but quiet hours were observed.
We would probably camp here again. - dhaney1944
Apr 2016 - $35.00
The staff that we dealt with were extremely friendly and helpful. The sites were very very close together and the noise from the Interstate was constant because this right by an on/off ramp. The fire pit was minimal and there is nothing for the any kids like a playground or swing set even. The grass was cut and trimmed and the WiFi and hookups worked perfectly. We would stay here again if we were traveling through and needed a spot for a night but it's not really a place you would want to stay for an extended time frame. - AudiG
Dec 2015 - $30.00
Starting with the good - The wifi works superbly, and the electric, water and sewer hook ups work well. Trash cans were always emptied. Bathroom was clean. The negatives. I've never been anywhere that the sites are this ridiculously close together. The trailers on the long term sites are mostly very run down, however the residents that I spoke with were pleasant. The traffic noise from I-81 is constant, as you would expect from a campground right next to a highway. It rained a lot while we were there and only a few sites have adequate gravel - there was a lot of mud. This isn't so much a campground as a parking stop with good hook ups and wifi. - pamvanw
Oct 2015 - $34.00
Great for over night stay. Easy access from I-81. The site was pretty level and pull-through. We were happy about that, because who wants to mess around with parking a 36' trailer after 8 hours drive.
Would defiantly stop here again for a night's stay.
Yes, there was some highway noise, but it was OK. - Heidemarie
May 2013 - $28.00
We used to stay here when it belonged to Passport America so never paid more than $15. Now it's $28 for the cheapest sites. The faucet was faulty, grass overgrown, ant hills everywhere, electric supply very poor and we had to use gas for our fridge and hot water. The location is nice even though under the interstate bridge but convenient and the town was pleasant and close for meals. Fuel price was ok. This place has really gone downhill though and is poor value for money in our opinion. - Lyndajw
Oct 2011 - $14.00
The biggest problem with this place is that they are not truthful about the place when I phoned in advance and the people on site know nothing about RV camping. The website posts a log cabin that doesn't exist. Most of the river sites were taken by long termers and none could accommodate a Class A. It really is a gas station with sloppy sites almost directly underneath Route 81 overpass. It is noisy, dirty and hard to access. - CaptainRV
Sep 2011 - $18.00
This is not a destination park, but is very convenient for a stopover along I-81...it's literally under an I-81 overpass. It's right on the river and the store is well stocked and includes a sit down deli with homemade BBQ pork which smelled wonderful. It's a Passport America park. I only gave it a 5 because it's a little noisy from the proximity to the interstate and because there are no amenities. I'd stay here again, though, on my way through Virginia! - RVerMJ
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Mostly for tubers and fishers, but suited us just fine because we typically don't use the facilities - just the hookups and later, the Dumping station. It was difficult to move a big RV around after using the dump station - just not enough turn radius. I wouldn't say the restrooms and shower were dirty...just looked like they were 100 years old - stained and rusted (looked pretty bad). But truly, not dirty. Nice staff and a beautiful location for a peaceful stop.
You are pretty far from the nearest grocery store or anywhere to eat. - C and K on the Road
Jun 2012 - $15.00
Loved this park! It is small and really a destination park, not a place to overnight, though we did overnight there to visit friends in Blacksburg. Our site backed up to the New River. It was peaceful and lovely. Good electric and water. Dump station but no sewer hookups. The campground is also a tubing company and most people seem to come there for river activities. There are a lot of tent campers, so be advised that the air will be smoky. The Wi-Fi signal was strong, but I was unable to connect, leaving me to believe their server was down. I did get a marginal 3G signal on Verizon and a usable 1X signal for tethering my netbook so I didn't miss the Wi-Fi. The young woman in the office is delightfully friendly. The campground is quite a bit off the beaten path. - Road Princess
Aug 2010 - $13.00
We paid Passport America rate. Campground is right on the New River, great for fishing and tubing. Sites are very narrow the 6 RV sites with gravel are level. Campground is very clean and well maintained. Water pressure was great, over the air TV reception is spotty due to mountains. Owner was very helpful and accommodating. Train noise was not a problem, we hardly even heard it after the first night. Would stay here again!! - 20andOut
Feb 2016 - $15.00
The park is a mobile home park and long term RV spots in the back which by the way is a flood plane and in the past six months we were evacuated by the city once. Other than that, the facility is fine but no restrooms or showers. There is a laundry room. The lots are clean and some are shaded, most aren't. I was there six months and all was well until.... I made one simple complaint and I was respectful and simply asked for a correction. The owner freaked and ordered me to leave within 24 hours. I had to pack up in 8 inches of snow. - East TN Camper
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great park close to VA Medical Center. Our GPS could not get us there. Roanoke is Boulevard on the street signs. Use VA as end destination as its on all the maps and the parks is between the VA and the school. Great staff friendly and helpful. - littlegeneral
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Clean, quiet, affordable and well located for visiting Roanoke and Salem Va. This facility is not a 'destination park'. There are no playgrounds or bathhouses. What you get s a clean, quiet pad sight, (most are level). The park is well maintained, and consists primarily of mobile homes and long term RV residents. RV parking is primarily to the back of the park, along a creek. Note that the creek does occasionally overflow its banks, and if staying in the park in times of extended heavy rain, you will want to keep an eye out for flood warnings and be ready to move you unit to higher ground if warranted.
A few of the RV sites can be a bit tricky to get into, especially for a towable, due to carports and mail boxes placed very near the curb.
Good over the air television and Verizon cell signal. Minimal onsite management presence during our stay. Site had 2 18-24 inch wide concrete strips to park on which were long enough for us to park our 40 ft. - Fan Of The Blue Ridge
Jun 2014 - $24.00
Price reflects free night for every 7 days. 30 amps/full hookups for this Airstream-only park. Sites are close together but most offer fantastic views of mountains to the west. The park sits atop of ridge around 3,000 feet in elevation. The temps were about 10 degrees cooler than surrounding lower elevations. The park is owned and managed by “Shareholders”. Shareholders take turns as the campground host. The park is very friendly and social. Visitors are treated just like Shareholders and are included in all of the many planned activities that take place each week. We stayed 9 nights but would liked to have stayed longer. Sites come with a concrete pad and all are very level. Laundry facilities are available at a very reasonable rate. The park is 75 acres and includes a number of hiking trails. Nearest large grocery store is in Floyd, about 17 miles away. - Barefootdog
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This is a small, beautiful RV park just for Airstreams. The mountain view from the campground is breathtaking with the most beautiful sunsets. The park is run by volunteer stockholders who take turns being hosts and everyone is super friendly. Guests can join in during park social events like happy hour under the trees or other activities they schedule. It's great balance of mountain tranquility and hospitality. There are no bathroom/shower facilities so plan to use your RV for that. There is a nice laundry in the clubhouse guests can use. The nearby town of Floyd is great (13 miles) and Roanaoke and Christiansburg are close by as well. Not to be missed. - red2dogs
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Only Airstream brand travel trailers and motorhomes may camp at this privately owned park. The campground is located on a 75 acre property in the Virginia mountains, convenient to I-81 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Campsites are on a ridge line affording beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. The property is meticulously maintained. Wi-Fi service was strong. There is a very nice clubhouse with library, kitchen, and laundry facilities. Park host duties are rotated among the stockholders in the property. Hosts and stockholders camping at the park were extremely friendly and helpful. Children are allowed but there are no activities specifically for them. The park is extremely quiet and peaceful. Most visitors seem to enjoy multiple day stays for quiet relaxation or exploring the local area. There is strictly enforce limit of two non aggressive pets. Sites have full hookups but there are no shower facilities. There are many recreation, cultural, entertainment, dining and shopping opportunities in nearby Roanoke, Floyd, Christiansburg, and Blacksburg. Propane can be purchased on site for a reasonable price. - Florida 55
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Spent two weeks here in a Class-A motorhome with a tow car. The sites are wide and long enough for both with room to spare. Sites are well maintained with grass between. The park is off the beaten path (I-81), but well worth the drive on VA SR8 and a county road (approx. 25 miles). Maybe a little far for an overnight. Only a few miles (4-5) to the Blue Ridge Parkway which is visible from the park. The park sometimes hosts car shows and other festivals in another part of the park consisting of nearly 200 acres, many are wooded. Most of the sites are pull-thru gravel with gravel approach roads and some back-ins. No problem with satellite reception, no cable, full hookup. Spoke with the owner several times who was actively involved. The staff was very friendly and the park was very quiet. We would go stay again. - RV_Jim
Apr 2016 - $38.00
What a perfectly delightful surprise! We stayed at Chantilly Farms to visit family in Roanoke. It's a long drive but there are no RV parks in Roanoke itself except for a rather unsettling mobile home park. What is up with that? In any case, this RV park was great. It's out in the country, in the mountains, quiet, and it is beautiful. Our site was long and pretty level. Utilities worked fine. The WII FI was outstanding - thank you thank you thank you!!!! There are lots of events held here - one a Bluegrass festival that we would have loved to attend. The property is the most scenic we have seen in a very long time. The drive is on some windy country roads but definitely doable even with our 45 foot motorhome. The only odd thing is making a reservation. I couldn't get the online system to work so I called. The answering service is for several different businesses so you have to pick the one for the RV park. I left a message and received a call back in a reasonable amount of time. We would definitely stay here again. We stayed here in a motorhome. - Free
Sep 2015 - $30.00
It's hard to rate this one. It's 5 miles outside of Floyd, VA which is 20 miles off of the interstate in rural Southwest Virginia. Pretty much off the beaten path. The sites are gravel, have full-hookups and are level. Rolling green countryside all around. There are new bathhouses that are clean and serviceable but in a rustic unprofessional kind of way (painted chipboard walls etc.). There is plenty of WiFi access points but we found it very fluky and relied on Verizon aircards - there is NO AT&T service in the park. There are no staff members on duty. You arrive to a closed office with a handwritten note about where to park and a phone to call someone if you have a problem. It's not a bad RV Park, it's just not really a "park." It's a farm out in the country that has been partially developed into a reasonable place to park your RV with pull-thrus and full-hookups. It's not great - but it's not bad. I'm sure it's the best in this area. But then in this absolutely rural area there really aren't many RV campgrounds or need for one. - Creativepart