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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $50.00
Newly remodeled campground, brand new level concrete sites with 50 amp full hookup, pull-throughs, fits the biggest. Marine pedestal connections. Brand new bath house, camp store, cabins. Feels like RV resort. Downside is that current construction is super noisy, nonstop, dusty, and on Saturdays too. Our new water spigot did not work; campground provided long hose for us to connect to next spigot. Workers are super friendly. Trash pickup from site. Walking distance to park. Shuttle every 30 minutes. Free Wi-Fi super strong. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $43.00
We chose this campground for its convenience to Kings Dominion. The price was very affordable. The campground is well tended and has trash cans readily available around the park. What a great way to keep the grounds clean! The bathrooms were immaculate: A/C; super clean; smell nice; well lit; conveniently placed; good shower pressure. We had bees nested under our concrete pad. We notified the desk and the Manager came out immediately to inspect. He sent for the appropriate staff, and an Assistant Manager and a woman from the Facilities Dept came right out. They got rid of the bees and the Manager came the next day to ensure that the bees were gone and we were satisfied. We were impressed that some staff were wearing ties. We've already recommended this campground to others and will definitely stay here again. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $50.00
This was our first time camping at the Kings Dominion Campground for a weekend stay. We got there at 7 PM and was able to check in at the office. I asked if they could switch us to a pull-through site since the web site had none available at the time I placed the reservation. They had a site open up which was a lower rate so they put us in site # 233. I have a 30 ft travel trailer and it was very easy to make the turns into our paved site on the first try. The spot was paved but sloped which put the front of rig downhill. That took a lot of leveling blocks to make bring the front-end up and level. The campground was laid out well with lots of trees for shade behind the office and some sites in a open field in the side nearest to the park. I have small kids so the pool at the campground was a nice treat. The odd thing was the rules at the pool. The life guards are very strict about kids wearing life vests, no goggles with a nose piece or other float toys. The Wi-Fi is strong near the office but gets weaker on the back-side of the park. The shuttle comes every 15 to 20 minutes to and from the park which is an added bonus of not having to pay $15 for parking and it drops you off at the front gate. During the day, you can hear the screams from the riders of the roller coasters and the fireworks at night. The campground is next to the train tracks through the trees which has scheduled trains coming through. We liked this campground since it very close to Kings Dominion and for the shuttle so it’s a good choice when visiting the park. With that in mind, I still think the prices of the sites are a bit high. We’ll be back with it comes time to come back to Kings Dominion for another visit. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $56.00
We have stayed here before and had a site to the right side of the main road. That area was paved and the sites were mostly level. This visit was a last minute call and we ended up in rustic area behind the office/swimming pool. It took a little work to get level because of the many roots. The water and 50 AMP service were good. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $35.00
This campground is in the midst of a renovation, with a well stocked, renovated camp store, newly renovated bathrooms and showers, freshly paved interior roads and renovated big rig pull-throughs. Brand new cabins were being installed toward the back of the campground. With that said, we stayed in the water and electric sites that have not yet been renovated, though work has begun there. Site had a level concrete pad, water and electric worked find, though pedestal was old. Nice pool, free Wi-Fi throughout the campground that was strong enough to upload photos, and a free regular shuttle to Kings Dominion. Close to I-95, with little road noise, but an occasional train coming down the nearby rail line did wake me up at night. Very good for an overnight stay off the highway or if you are going to the park. Price reflects a 10% AAA discount, they also take Good Sam or discount if you have a Cedar Fair season pass. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $60.00
Site we had was gravel and level. They also had concrete pads in the wooded area for smaller trailers/popups. Bathhouse was clean & maintained. Nice pool. $60.90 a night with taxes, a little high, but if you are going to Kings Dominion, they have a shuttle, so you save on the parking fee. They do have some Discount Prices (10%: Good Sam, AAA, Military, AARP, and Season Pass). If your are going to Kings Dominion it is a good location (you can hear the park from the campground). We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
We've stayed at this park twice in the last couple of years, only because there are no other campgrounds in the area and this one is right off of I-95. This is a large campground but not well taken care of and expensive. The help is horrible and not helpful. They sit in a little hut behind glass and act like you must be a bad guy. You have to ask many questions to make sure they are charging you the right amount. They have many various rates and don't explain them to you. They just charge you what they think is right. We questioned them and then had to get a refund for their errors. The first site they assigned us was only 30amp. We went back and told them we needed 50amp and they gave us another site. When we got to the site, there was no way we could get our 40 foot RV into the spot. We just decided to find our own spot (there were plenty of empty ones), which we did. They have no cable and poor TV reception. There are too many trees for satellite, Wi-Fi at the office only (which is not close) and they have a 13% tax. There just isn't anything to say good about this park. If you can plan your trip so that you don't have to end up at this campground, you will be much happier. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $40.00
This campground is operated by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company and has the potential of being an outstanding location, IF the parent company would invest in upgrading the facilities/RV sites. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $35.00
The campground is now dubbed "Kings Dominion Camp Wilderness." We camped here to visit the amusement park and were very pleased with the park. It is a very clean campground and the restrooms were well maintained during our stay. The campground maintains a well stocked campstore with various RV items and other commodities that are sometimes forgotten and needed on arrival. The campground staff was friendly and professional. The campground offers regular shuttle service to and from the amusement park, saving campers the normal $12 parking fee at the park. The campground is a little noisy due to highway traffic, the distant screams from riders on the "Dominator" coaster and the occasional train and whistle from the grade crossing just west of the campground entrance. While this campground serves as an excellent base for visiting Kings Dominion, it can also serve as a base for many other excursions to points of interest in the greater Richmond Area. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $29.00
GOOD: Very nice park, right next to the park (you can hear people scream on the roller coasters right from your campsite), clean bathhouse, nice hot water, nice staff. BAD: No cable TV (please add cable: digital receivers get no picture off the air!), Wi-Fi only available at the office and pool, most sites have no sewer, and the prices for firewood, etc. were too high. Had to complain twice about the campers across the road who brought their yappy dog, penned him outside, and left him to yap constantly at least 100 times an hour day and night. (To all campers: PLEASE be considerate. If you have a yappy dog, leave him home, at a kennel, or locked INSIDE your RV. No one cares to hear it!! That's my 2 cents). All in all a nice place. I would go back if I was going to Kings Dominion again. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $34.00
A nice, mostly shaded campground conveniently located near Kings Dominion theme park. Campground only half-full this weekend. Great price for full hook-ups - discount for AAA members. No information about campground on the internet, including no map, which was annoying. Thankfully, many sites are of a good size and when we checked in, the friendly greeter said we could basically take whatever site was open (we arrived shortly after dinner on a Friday night). Some pull-through sites are too close however. Free shuttle to park runs every 20 to 15 minutes. Wi-Fi only available at lodge, not throughout park. Nice-sized pool, large sandy area for volleyball and clean clubhouse. If you're visiting Kings Dominion, it would be difficult to find a better place to stay. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $38.00
Our family traveled to Kings Dominion campground so we could visit Kings Dominion amusement park. I was hesitant to book a site since there really is no website to view a site map or photos. But I spoke with a really kind man on the phone and I decided to take a chance. When I booked my site I was informed that it was Kingsfest: a Christian rock weekend. The campground was packed when we arrived. We got a nice flat lot with plenty of room with full hook up. Pool was OK, a little on the cloudy side but it was extremely hot out. Didn't use the showers so I can not comment on their condition. Shuttle bus from the campground to amusement park was great. The first night we were here and the last night of Kingsfest the music was very loud. But after that, the campground was quiet. I would stay again. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $22.00
Have camped at the King's Dominion Campground many times due to having season passes. I really like this campground because they do not offer anything they cannot provide. The sites are decent size, bathhouses are always clean, people are always nice and the shuttle to the park is fantastic. This is a very nice family friendly campground that I would continue to visit. Especially for a weekend or longer stay. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $36.00
We have stayed at this park several times because we are season pass holders to Kings Dominion. The bathrooms and showers were clean. They don't have cable here, but TV reception is fine. If you want to hook you satellite up, you should get a pull through below the restroom, on the park side of the campground. The train noise has never been an issue for us. The free shuttle to the park is great, but they do not allow you to take pets on it anymore. We usually drive to the park w/ the dog and drop her off at the kennel. During the day we use the shuttle to go back to the campground. Friendly staff. Just wish they had cable. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $42.00
Camped here during King's Dominion Halloweenfest and had a good time. I was very worried about this campground after reading the other reviews but it wasn't as bad as I thought. We received a nice large level site close to both bathrooms and office. (Campground is not that big so you will be close to everything no matter where you are.) The bathrooms were absolutely disgusting with mold on the shower curtains. The best part about the campground is the shuttle that takes you to and from Kings Dominion all day. This convenience alone was worth it. Not a bad campground at all. I have definitely been to better, and much worse as well. We camped at King's Dominion Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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