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11 RV Parks near Collinsville, Virginia
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Collinsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Collinsville in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $45.00
There are mostly long term campers here it seems. Park is located right on the Smith River. The pull through sites are not on the river. Each site has its own garbage can. The check in staff is very nice. Office in brick house and then campground a bit further up the road. WiFi for us was non existent in site 63. At $45 I thought it was a bit pricey. Didn't use restrooms or laundry. As mentioned sewer connection a bit far back. - cchall112
Apr 2018 - $40.00
This RV Park is conveniently located on 220 business. Power was good as was water pressure but the sewer connections was too far towards the rear of the site for our MH. We were only staying one night so did not connect to the sewer but it would have taken every inch of the sewer hose I carry to reach it. Not all sites are like this so ask before occupying a site. No cable but we could get TV with our antenna. There is some traffic noise but not bad as the road is higher then the park. - MarkandMarty
Jun 2016 - $33.00
We stayed here for 2.5 months. It's a delightful park with the nearby river and trees all around. The staff went above and beyond to help us with any needs. They took excellent physical care of the park. The bathhouse with huge restrooms, laundry area and lounge is air conditioned and clean as a whistle. I will stay here again. Guaranteed! Free WiFi, too. And all utilities included in lot rental. - Jane Bigley
Apr 2018 - $25.00
The staff was excellent. When we pulled up with our 40 foot rig they were worried that the space we reserved wouldn't be big enough. Took my husband to another site and then to the one we reserved. We took the one we reserved because it had more privacy (we had 6 dogs). We barely got out both slides but my husband was able to maneuver the RV into position so we could. We couldn't fully extend the awning tho. We aren't used to having campers so close but everyone was respectful and quiet. Can't say enough good things about the staff. - LakeAnnaLabs
May 2017 - $25.00
Due to extreme weather electric went out for a few hours. The gentleman working at the campground who had a generator offered and made my husband and I, a morning cup of coffee. Extremely appreciated gesture and represented the overall treatment by staff. Very impressed and will be back. Lots are spacious and offered some shade. Site surface was gravel and featured a fire ring and picnic table. - MMcCarthy
May 2017 - $25.00
This is a great little campground. We stayed on the 50 amp loop. This loop seemed a little newer and the road was plenty wide to maneuver our 35 ft travel trailer. The other loop seemed a little tighter but there were some larger units down there. Our site was level side to side and it seemed to drain well as we got some rain everyday. The bathhouses are clean and modern. The boat launch for campers only was nice also. Both camper loops were full the weekend we stayed but it was very quiet and peaceful at night. The rangers and local police came through regularly. It was a great weekend trip for us and we will be doing this more often. - MX_470
Jun 2018 - $13.00
I only rated it as a 9 because we pulled in to our reserved site Sunday about 3 and the rude people next door had their vehicles in our site. When I asked them to move, they huffed and puffed as though we were disturbing them. The following day the locals had left and the park was a place of glory. Site were spacious while some were rather close together. Our goal was to camp in Fairy Stone Park, but after visiting it and this park there is no question why we are glad we chose what we did. Would definitely return, just in June on the weekend. Reservations are a must. Good WiFi from our AT&T hotspot and cell service both with AT&T & Verizon. - garmp
May 2016 - $13.00
Located on a point on Philpott Lake this is a very nice campground. We were on site 30 loop C, a very nice site once you get your trailer situated. This site is a bear to get into as there is a steel gate and gate post right in the area you need to maneuver. Site 29 across the road is the same, hard to get into. I took a side marker light off my 31' trailer getting in, but other than that I had no issues with the roads. The campground seems to be inhabited by lots of locals, which I suppose if I lived nearby I'd do the same. I made my reservations in February to get a site during the week in May, you can't get in on weekends they are all booked. There is a nice beach and boat ramp with a fairly large parking lot. To those of you with small children, some of the sites in loop C are not kid friendly as they have 15 to 20 sheer drops to the lake and this lake is extremely deep, even close to shore.
The restrooms were exceptionally clean. There are only 2 showers in each restroom. The dumpster is 1/2 mile up the hill, as is the dump station. There is another restroom at that location with more showers. - scjenk
Aug 2015 - $13.00
We had to reserve our sites 6 months in advance. We camp at this up to eight weekends each summer. Park ranger are friendly and the site are large in size. One of the best lakes in the area for boating. - ciderman
Jun 2017 - $25.00
What a great area. The corp of eng. should cut a few trees away from the roads so it would be easier to get in the sites ! Would be so many more campers and revenue if people could get there campers in easier !! We had a hard time getting in number 1 and 2. We went looking and several trees need to be gone to allow campers in overall after several attempts it was ok but the room we lost from the trees so close would have been a wonderful place to camp - Glenna boothe
Jun 2010 - $22.00
Nice Army Corps campground on Phillpot Lake. Be aware that if you are in a motorhome or anything longer than 25ft do not travel to the lower sections of the campground. The roads are very tight and curvy. Lots of trees line the roads. We were in site 7, which is a pull through. Very tight for a 25ft trailer. Could not pull in, had to back in. Campground is very clean. The swimming beach is nice, but a good walk from the upper section. The lower section is mostly for tents and pop-ups with no water or electric. The upper bathhouse is the only one with showers, and there are only two. Make sure you bring what you need, because the campground has no store or supplies and the closest store is about 6 miles away. There is a boat ramp and two swimming beaches. We had a good time here and will return. - zeppy35
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Stayed for a September weekend. This is the 10th state park in Virginia we have visited. It had to be the most beautiful lake yet. It was so peaceful on the lake (we brought kayaks), that if you stopped paddling, it was actually silent. For summer use, it had a very large beach and play area for the kids. We travel in a 17' travel trailer. The spaces were very tight. There is only one campground unless you are bringing horses, then there is one for that. There were a few larger spaces, but not many. The campground is about 1/2 mile from the beach. Due to hills and smaller roads, it is not bike friendly...even in the campground...and there are warnings about that. None of this should deter you. It is beautiful there and well maintained. The staff were all so friendly. About 3 miles back down the road, you get to search for "fairy stones" on State Park land. We found quite a few. Rangers also lead trips. There really are not any easy stores close by...probably within 20 minutes though...so come with what you need. We would revisit. - YFF
Jun 2017 - $33.00
Staff and the host were outstanding. Among the best ever at a campground. Showers and bathrooms were better than some hotels. When you reserve online, you are guaranteed a site, and when you arrive, you pick out the site. Good water and electric...wish they had some full hookups. Lots of shade, trails. Very limited WiFi and cell service (you had to walk around sometimes), but very good TV reception. several very long pull-throughs. We chose a back-in. No really bad sites. Try to avoid rt 58 from I-77 to the park, hills and turns. We went back thru bassett and picked up 220 to Roanoke. - badbuckeye
Apr 2017 - $35.00
This is a wonderful park in the mountains of western Virginia. The bathrooms and showers were the cleanest I've ever seen, and the camp hosts were fantastic. There are a ton of things to do, including looking for the famous fairy stones, and the park is well organized. My only concern/complaint is that the sites themselves could use some work. They are, as a rule, much smaller than any other Virginia State Park we've visited. I feel like we would have been cramped in most sites even if we were tent camping. We found what we think was the best site in the campground -- site 1. It was somewhat private and large. If we'd been in any other site, I'm sure we would have been unhappy with our stay. I wouldn't recommend trying to camp in anything larger than a 30-foot trailer, and that might be a stretch. Our little hybrid travel trailer was fine, though. The roads also need to be repaired. In some sites, the asphalt is wearing away, creating a dangerous situation for campers. This is the only reason I couldn't give the park a rating of 10. I hope they have plans to work on that. - SteveMM
Sep 2004 - $25.00
Although well off the beaten path, and a little hard to find, we enjoyed staying here. The park is being renovated with wider spaces and sewer hookups. It was not crowded over Labor Day weekend and there were hayrides, etc... for the kids to enjoy. They have 3 lakes for fishing and a pool for the kids. The bathrooms had been repaired and were well stocked as well as very neat and clean. If you want to get away from it all, I recommend Deer Run. They also have permanents in a certain area in the rear, but they also seemed to be tidy and quiet hours were adhered to by all. We will stay again! - campfever
Jun 2018 - $35.00
The owner of this campground has anger management issues. He made the stay uncomfortable and was rude to us. We left early and paid extra fees for many things. Too many rules, only allows 4 adults per stay and we have a 10 person camper. This owner talked down to us and made us feel so uncomfortable, we felt as though we had to walk on eggshells and stay inside our camper. Very sad visit. - Lisa ezell
Jul 2017 - $28.00
I really enjoyed Dan River Campground, where I stayed four nights in mid-July. Glen and Charlotte are conscientious hosts, and the property is well maintained. I stayed in an area (site 22) that had more the feel of a state park than an RV park - except with strong wifi, and a very pleasant pool. An unexpected bonus was tube-float on the Dan River, and getting picked up at my site! In my view, Dan River Campground is also a good value (ie, under $30). I hope this review is helpful. - Gail H
Oct 2016 - $30.00
My experience at Camp Hill was perfect. The park is a very well kept park, clean and woodsy. Perfect setting.
It is obvious that the owner is on his game with keeping the park clean.
I look forward to staying there again on my way north soon.
The trails along the river were really beautiful.
This campground is easily on of my favorite for quiet and safe camping. My dog loved it too! :) :) - Marneen
Jul 2018 - $40.00
The juice is worth the squeeze here; amazing views, excellent staff, quiet. On the other hand - its no small task to get there. we came in on the 58 which was fine, GPS took us 860 which is an old moonshiners run (Shooters Creek). Super short, steep hills that are unforgiving on your tow vehicles transmission. I'm well under my GVWR BTW fully loaded and we had to stop twice to let her cool down. Take the 8 into Floyd and save yourself the hassle. A positive note is the locals are super friendly and one couple even stopped and guided us through the run with their hazards on the last stretch. Even offered us a bed for the night if things took a turn for the worse. We made it up the mountain and took their info so we could keep in touch. Great experience! Would definitely go again, coming in on the 8. - hendrijp
Jun 2018 - $37.00
Stayed in a site between the office and campground B. There were 2-3 sites in that area so it was quiet. Beautiful views. Campground B seemed to be mostly permanent residents. There are several sites near the store then other sites are scattered around. It is a beautiful setting with acres of grass and then woods around that. Can do a lot of walking on the roads within the property and they also have trails. There is a small fenced areas for dogs near the far end of area B. The photo on the website of B8 is a generic photo. B8 and the site beside it are not in a row of sites. They are off on their own. Description says it is steps from the office but I'd say it is more than that. This is a beautiful area and it is well worth the scenic drive to get to it. Did not use bath house in section B but it looked new. - ClassCdogperson
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Located on a beautiful piece of property in Virginia farm country. Very close to quaint little town of Floyd. Great food, music and shopping. Good sized campsites, several pull throughs. A little close together but that's typical of private cg's. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Large pavilion for concerts and events. Large open fields and beautiful scenery. There was a fenced in dog area but it was very small. We have a large dog and no one seemed to mind that we allowed him to run free for exercise in the large fields being respectful of other campers. The trails they had on property were a little sketchy though. Overall, a very nice place. We were there only two nights but I would definitely stay there again. Hopefully for longer next time. Great area. - Scott23
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We selected this campground as we had friends who lived nearby, and we wanted to visit with them. This was pretty far off the beaten path, and the approach road was narrow, winding, and probably not really suited for a 45 ft Class A motorhome with a Jeep in tow. That said, once we made it into the campground, we were able to fit into the pull through assigned to us. Leveling required several attempts and adjustments but we got it done. The utilities all worked. The greatest problem we had was very poor cell-phone reception, as we were down in a low kind of a meadow, surrounded by hills and trees. And the trees! Although not directly overhead, the satellite signal was still blocked as the trees formed a great wall along the south-western horizon. So it was a little bit of "real" camping, as we were pretty much out of touch with the world. - MerBee
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for labor day weekend, it's a nice quiet, small campground. I had my 3 grandchildren with me so we were a little worried about the lack of things for them to do but they had a great time. They played on the playground the entire time and made friends with other children who were camping there. The WIFI was great and I'm glad it was because cell service is not very good. The owners were very friendly, the facilities and the grounds were very clean. There was a nice little general store about 3 miles away that had everything we needed. - Edson kitchen
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Nice quiet campground. At $25 a night, I was very pleased. No real amenities & nothing really to do, but we just wanted a base to get into Roanoke so it worked for that. Sylvia, the owner, was very friendly & open to any suggestions a camper may have. - rascalydog