4 RV Parks near Claypool Hill, Virginia
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Claypool Hill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Claypool Hill in the left hand column.
May 2012 - $15.00
There are 8 RV sites that are very narrow. Campers with larger slide outs may not be able to use their awning. The utilities are in odd places. The tent sites are pretty private. This could be a great park with some attention to the RV sites. - ClackCampers
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Beautiful park and very nice campground. Stayed at Camp Burson, which is more accessible for bigger RVs. Nearby hiking trails include one around the lake and another (across rt.16) that climbs a ridge. Camp Burson is just downstream from the dam. Sites are level and most are quite spacious. There are about 10 pull-through sites. Campground staff and hosts are very welcoming and helpful.
Creekside campground is up in the main part of the park, but is definitely not big-rig friendly. The road to it is narrow and contains a hair-raising hairpin curve. The biggest downside to the park is not the park's fault. It is a problem with Virginia state parks. They charge a transaction fee on top of the normal nightly fee, even for walk-ins. They charge non-residents an extra $4.00/night. And they have something called "site-specific" sites, which cost an extra $3.00 per night if you pick one (the non-site-specific sites are first-come, first-serve). That adds up to $40 or more for one night of E/W hookup (you can add another $4 for sewer). - aowcarol
Aug 2017 - $30.00
My RV is a class B so Creekside is great because I didn't have to move. Dump station at check in location. Walk-ins are allowed after 4 pm but ONLY for the non-site specific spaces. The sites are paved but not necessarily level. The two rows closest to the creek get the most shade. No vehicles over 35'. Laundry room. Ice and firewood available from host. Host and park employees very friendly.
Lots to do in the park, hiking (great trails), biking, swimming, paddle boat and kayaking. - PeaceMobile
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Hungry Mother State Park is well maintained and has lots of activities. We stayed at Camp Burson, formerly a private campground located on Rt. 16 below the dam, about a mile before reaching the main park entrance. Camp Burson has both full hookups and water/electric sites. The gravel sites are large, level, and well-spaced. The rest room/shower facilities are new, clean, and well maintained. There is no cable TV service, and an OTA antenna brings in only one station playing reruns of old shows. WiFi service is sporadic in the campground. Two sites, #9 & #11, have been converted to yurts. The park personnel were very friendly and helpful. There are additional camping facilities within the park for trailers and tents. The park has a large lake with a busy swimming beach, and boat & kayak rentals. There is a nice restaurant and local musician performances on Friday nights. There are many scenic hiking trails of various degrees of difficulty. During the summer, the park rangers offer many daily programs. The only downside is the premium camping fee without usual premium amenities (cable, WiFi). VA residents receive a discount, putting the price in a more acceptable range. We had a very pleasant stay and will visit again. - tnyankee
May 2016 - $20.00
Convenient place for an overnight when traveling I-81. Most sites seem to have 30 amp only. They are really 2 backing sites end to end. It would have to be fairly empty to be able to pull thru. Pay internet is available through Xfinity at $7 per day. Verizon cell service is very strong so we used that. Mostly clear of trees so satellite works well. May have some power issues as the 5th wheel next to us was plugged into our outlet with a long extension. Since nomone was home, I moved his connection to his pedestal and used our marked outlet. - glenthompson
Sep 2015 - $20.00
As the name indicates it is on the interstate. The owner was friendly and helpful. Our site was at the entrance, paved and level. Very noisy due to the road noise. It is a double row of about 8 spots each row between rows of apartments. There is a bathhouse but no amenities at all. We were here 3 nights while enjoying the creeper trail. This is a great place if staying a night or 2, but not a destination place. - esta34950
Sep 2011 - $20.00
We had a great night sleep. Didn't hear the interstate noise, but there is a train that comes by. It is a small place between an assisted living and motel units. The drive throughs were even, hot topped, I would recommend this place in a heartbeat. We will stay here again when passing through. Glad they has a place for us. - ma1948
Jul 2017 - $36.00
We arrived late in the day at the beginning of a weekend. The road in was narrow and right next to the river. A little scary for the passenger when meeting an outgoing car. Fortunately the road was not busy that time of day. Campground was almost full; think we got the last site because someone's reservation was not honored. Since we arrived after hours had to find someone to check in. We were in a pull-thru spot; so did not have to unhook our tow. Lots of weekend campers and sites were very close together. - Texas E-S
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Very nice owners. Older campground right by the river...tenting mostly near the river itself. RV sites are mostly back up with a lot of permanents or seasonal folks. Pretty tight quarters. One of the seasonal folk's off leash dog came out after ours. Pool, playground, volley ball set up for kids. Game room that was very busy with various ages. Didn't use the restrooms or showers. A bit of a trip from the interstate and the country roads can be a challenge in a large motorhome. We are 40' with a toad. - SerenityRVing
Apr 2016 - $34.00
It is out from town a few miles and the turn off US19 is really a tight right from town. The road back to the campground is narrow and right next to the river - a little scary on the passenger's side if you have to pass a car going out. The owners are very nice and helpful, and making improvements all the time. Its nice next to the river and they said the fishing is pretty good early in the year. We got 1 OTA TV station the quality was so bad we didn't watch it. No cable or WIFI, but AT&T phone and MYFI was good. All utilities worked well. There is plenty to do and see and places to eat in town. They provide you maps of anything and everything you could want to do in the area. - Grayhound