21 RV Parks near Edinburg, Virginia
Apr 2017 - $40.00
We were looking to stay hitched for two nights and were able to do so. The park is within walking distance of main street, with some sweet eateries but no real shopping. Note: there is a rather steep hill on the two block walk to town for those who have mobility issues. The two young men running the place had made some significant upgrades since our visit several years ago and were very friendly. The new Super Site at the end by the rapids had a lovely deck (but rig would have been facing wrong way for the view) and perhaps more private decks along the water will come. Little to no vegetation or screening of sites. All are back in sites. Main Street did not have much in terms of shopping, but there was talk of getting a grant to turn a building into a variety of shops. They could use some onsite trash containers. There is a trash trailer behind the office. Pleasant stay on our way back from Florida! They might be well served to turn a site or two by the bridge into cabin sites and a park gazebo would be very sweet. Definitely be back. - CaptureLifeStories
Nov 2016 - $40.00
About half of the sites are along a nice creek. All sites are back-in and are of different sizes. Our 35' with deep slide out and awning fits nicely in some and has a very tight fit in others. The campground is nicely shaded, but for larger trailers the trees that make a nice shade become obstacles to easily backing in and can interfere with slide outs and awnings. Still there are several sites that are easy to park even large RVs in, so just tell the person who answers the phone what you need. - Aggie66
Oct 2016 - $39.00
Very small park. Big rig WARNING! Don't follow GPS unless you can go over a 10ton bridge. Ask for directions to make sure, if you weigh over 20,000#! Wifi is billed as one of the fastest and fiber optic. While it did at times have good speed, it dropped off quite frequently and slowed considerably during high use times. It was hard to average 3MB down most of the time. (Retired network admin so I do closely monitor these things).
Our spot (19) was tight for our 41' DP and depending on where we parked it ranged from 5-7" drop at the rear in our back in site (level mate pro). Check in was friendly and free cable was good (even helped us set it up as it required a box). After checkin though, subsequent visits to office were unfruitful as no one was there. Late check ins that came in were trying to call the number on the door and got no answer. We tried to return cable box the day we left and office was locked at 9:20am (hours 9-4 on door) and tried calling number to tell them we were leaving the cable box and no answer and no one ever called back to confirm they had gotten it. Ok in a pinch,but not sure we'd go back again. A little more onsite customer service would go a long way. Good Verizon cell coverage at 2-3 bars LTE. - HomeOnWheels_US
Jul 2015 - $14.00
Sites can accommodate RV's up to about 35 feet. However the road to the campground (VA678) is very narrow, as is the campground perimeter road so you have to be careful when getting there and backing into a site. Here are my pros and cons:
Pros: Very nice/friendly camp hosts, good fishing along Passage Creek (I caught 4 small fish in about 45 minutes) , lots of trails to hike, fairly new bath house with hot showers and flush toilets, refurbished old cabin as well as historic furnace site.
Cons: The water fountains were not working, the dump station was not working, no W/E/S (except for the camp host), they have a water pump within the park, very crowded on weekends and during hunting season, no cell service, no satellite service ( except for the camp host). - User3064
Jan 2008 - $10.00
No water right now. Wonderful getaway campground. Love going there in a tent. Can accommodate an RV or travel trailer. Has a dump station. No electric or water at the site. - tec2tec
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Nice family campground. We were there Easter Sunday and they had an egg hunt for the children. Nice long sites and good hook ups. Easy in/out and access to the interstate. We liked it. - User1308
Apr 2017 - $46.00
Stayed two nights. Picked this campground as close to Rt81. Rt81 about 300 yards from our site, but no noise. Easy in out, easy for big rigs. Gravel roads, grass w/table and fire ring. New dog park. Grass high, but we are here early in the season. Even with Good Sam discount, I thought cost was high. Would probably skip this campground if passing this area again. - Long Island Mac
Jan 2017 - $40.00
This year round park is a regular stop for us anytime we're in the area as we travel up and down I-81. The staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. There were not many guests here this time, since it was January. The utilities were well placed. Our Verizon and AT&T cell services were strong here, and the free cable TV worked well. All sites have a clear view for a satellite dish. There is a fair amount of traffic noise from the nearby interstate, even with all the windows closed. We will definitely be stopping here again. - NYDutch
Oct 2016 - $75.00
This park is really really nice. We were very impressed by the grounds and the layout. Sites were all spaced out nicely and we loved having our own private flower garden. The location was amazing as well as it is so easy to get to skyline drive to explore Shenandoah National Park. The town of Luray is interesting and we enjoyed putzing around it. They don't have wifi or cable BUT our antenna picked up many crystal clear channels for our viewing pleasure. The kids enjoyed the playground and riding their bikes around the park. Very safe and very clean. Highly recommended! - Howls_Castle
Oct 2016 - $46.00
Nice park with nice restrooms, a little dated but nice. I complained about the shower water being luke warm at best and after 2 days nothing changed. Sites are nice with gravel but they had a nice bit of room so your not on top of each other. Staff friendly but the maintence Dept leaves a lot to be desired when you have a problem. - snoopy216
Oct 2016 - $71.00
We wanted to visit to Luray Caverns and this KOA had sites available so we booked here and it was a great decision because this is one of the best KOA we have visited, ever! It appears to be relatively new, is very clean and vey well kept. The people are friendly and getting to the park is very easy. For us, in a 45ft motorhome towing a 25ft trailer, the entrance was a little tight because of the fancy stone walls bordering it on the left and right. We made it in and the site we booked (upgraded patio) was perfect for us. Now, make a note, though, that this KOArequires a 2 night minimum stay! Fine by us because there is plenty to do in this area. We did the caverns today and will do the sky drive in our dinghy, tomorrow. This KOA is very quiet and lighting is kept to an absolute minimum. We like it that way. We want to see the stars, not be blinded by artificial lighting. - Olivia Las Vegas
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great little primitive get a way! We stayed 3 nights. Camp sites are within a few feet of the Shenandoah River. Lot of fishing and river floating available. Although there are no electric, water or sewer hook ups, there are clean porta-potties near campsites throughout the campground. There is firewood available at the office as well as ice. Used mostly for tent camping, but nice spaces for rvs. If you have any questions give manager a call. He is very nice and helpful with any need. - F350Powerstroke
Apr 2017 - $40.00
What a great place. Above the South Fork of the Shenandoah River, near historic Luray with beautiful Caverns. Clean, friendly staff, great views of valley and mountains. Full hookup sites and primitive sites. Trails along river and around fields. Rained 1st two days hard so river was not navigable w my kayak skills. - Damon-Becky
Oct 2016 - $55.00
Quiet setting in an open field surrounded by "mountains" ("hills" for westerners). Beautiful views. Gravel access roads - main road is only lane and half; others are single lanes but "one way" (not really clear so traffic tends to go both ways). Sites are gravel with grass patio areas. No effective shade (young trees). Reasonable width on site but parking area for rig very narrow (about 8' so big rigs will be partially off the gravel even when centered). Pull thru sites have very noticeable slopes probably ok for 5ths and trailers (we observed the front of 5th wheel well below the top of the pickup when level at one of the sites), but most likely problematic for longer motorhomes. Backins are more level but we still needed our auxiliary step to get in to the coach due to how high the front end went to get level. Site was barely long enough to fit toad sideways.
Power mostly ok (one dropout in two weeks on a hot day, but with only a handful of sites occupied). Water 40 to 45psi, sewer ok. No problems with satellite access No cable, no over the air tv, no wifi. Verizon LTE had moderate signal and speed. Tmobile had no signal. Some of the worst trash management we've seen - a single dumpster that was emptied once in 2 weeks. They would periodically compact the trash which only broke open the trash bags adding to the very unpleasant smell at the sites near the dumpster (prevailing wind was from dumpster to sites). No recycle. No good road bike riding at campground or immediate vicinity. Stink bugs were a problem at this time of year (still finding them in the coach 3 weeks later).
Big rigs coming in from New Market should use exit 269, not exit 264 to avoid New Market center. The pass between New Market and Luray is fine as long as you are comfortable with mountain driving.
Would consider again but only if several sites away from dumpster. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We loved this park. The property runs along the Shendendoah River with very nice walking and golf cart trails. The RV sites are open, but that did allow us satellite connections. There is no cable. The staff our very friendly and helpful. Electric and sewer connections were good. The tent areas were really nice and they also have a primative area which was totally beautiful. - Fitzcat
May 2014 - $12.00
This is one of our very favorite campgrounds. We've always given it a 9 or 10 rating; unfortunately, this time we can not. The place is as nice & secluded & quiet as ever, even more so this time, as there were few campers. But the strangest things had to do with the volunteers, there seemed to be very little volunteer activity or presence; in fact, when the weekend campers left on Sunday morning, so did the volunteers, leaving their RV's in place. This gave me the impression that the locals were using the volunteer sites as a free summer long camp sites. There was certainly enough work to be done, as the place had the appearance of not being ready to open. A few problems; 1. No one on the gate, or even came around to see if you were registered. 2. The potable water fill had obviously been frozen & the valve was split,leaking badly, but I wouldn't put that water in my tank any ways as it more resembled chocolate milk. It apparently hadn't been flushed after the winter. 3. One of the 3 shower bldgs. had no hot water, another had NO water on the men's side, (hot or cold). 4. The bathrooms in the picnic & beach areas weren't even unlocked. The hikes around the area were as great as ever, & the pond & lake were beautiful as always. We will be back, but hope they get things taken care of. - bukhrn
Aug 2011 - $11.00
This was our 2nd trip to this national forest campground; it certainly will not be our last. Our site was pretty level & wide. We love this fully wooded, quiet & peaceful place. It is truly unfortunate that Trout Pond itself is drained, but Rock Cliff Lake is as beautiful as ever. As said previously, if you're looking for somewhere with a lot to do, (other than nature) this may not be the place for you. The roads into the area are narrow, hilly, & winding, but completely do-able with a little common sense. The bathrooms & showers are clean & functional. While there is not an actual pool, there is a very nice sandy swimming area at the lake. There is a nice picnic area & playground. - bukhrn
Jul 2010 - $17.00
I have camped here since I was little. I have always enjoyed coming over here as everyone is very nice and friendly. Bathrooms are clean! Sites are well spaced and in private area. Very secluded place. Great place to swim in pond. Very clean beach area with grassy area to sit away from sand. Tent area has small gravel, great for tent camping. Great play area for kids with a volley ball net to play. Lights out is strickly enforced along with gate closing after hours. Someone always available to help you if needed. Very cheap rates, a great value! - mom3
Apr 2014 - $36.00
If you're camping in a tent or want to dry camp this would be rated a 8 or 9. Our 35ft 5th wheel was almost too big for the few electric sites available. No water or sewer available. I would advise the 35ft plus rigs to stay away. The bridge is very narrow but it looks like they are working on a new bridge. It's early but it looks promising for better access to the park. They offer tube/canoe service. The store is barely stocked but they do have basics. - Craig H
Jun 2005 - $25.00
This is a small and simple riverfront campground. The main focus is the simple camping and the river, bring your tube or kayak! We dry camped at a river front site for $25.00 a night. Very large site, not level and no pad, but useable with the use of our bus jacks. Great to sit right on the river, fish,wade, and within walking distance is a canoe rental shop that runs trips on the river, to include transportation (this business is not part of the campground). The road here may be a challenge for large 40'+ motorhomes or big trailer rigs. There are some steep grades, tight turns, low trees, and the bridge is narrow but safe. We were fine and have a length of 33' and 12' overhead clearance. Campground overall is very suitable for tenting, small to mid size trailers and motorhomes. There are about 60 sites which are divided into three main areas. The first section includes about 5 sites that are pull through and have hookups. The second section of perhaps 20 sites runs along the riverbank of the Shenandoah River and puts you right on the river with very good sized sites; no hookups. The third section is a large field; no hookups. Roads are gravel. Staff was friendly and the office had a small store with the very basics. The restrooms/showers were clean when we looked, but we did not use them. - f.wernlein
May 2017 - $94.00
This was my first time to get to stay at the camp ground. The staff were so nice and helpful that it was shocking, this is a great place to go with the kids or just the adults who need to unwind. Everything was well kept and in pristine condition, from the bathrooms to water slides everything was looking great. Top notch and great service from the new owner and ALL THE STAFF!!! - Geaux RV
Jun 2016 - $53.00
Stayed one night with my two kids (10,6). The amenities were great for them and they enjoyed everything including the pool, jumping pillows, Pitt putt, and outdoor movies. Restrooms / bathhouses were very clean. We were there mid week so not crowded at all. Campsites seemed appropriately spaced. Only issue is amenities may be available +/- 30 min of posted opening times. Very minor feedback ... We had a great time and will be staying here again later this summer! - Art Copeland
Aug 2015 - $102.00
We met with 4 other campers here for our Club's Grandparents' Week. We ended up paying $200 more to have a golf cart. The park has lots for kids to do, including many activities. I rate it high for that. The dog park, however, is a sorry sight. There is no grass, it has poison ivy and is very small. That was a huge disappointment given they have so much ground and everything else is so nice. - Margie S Heiler
May 2017 - $41.00
RV sites area all roomy and level. However, until March 2018, there are no reserved spots. 32 sites with water and electric hookups for various equipment - tents, popups and RVs up to 60 feet long. Twenty-seven sites are back-in, and five are pull-through. The advantage of the back-in sites is that the side areas are quite large. Some of the roomiest sites I have seen. All sites are level and graveled. They advertise that site assignment is made upon arrival, but we arrived and were told to go pick a site that was not tagged, and set up camp. However, this was a rainy weekend, before the height of vacation season. All have a side area with table, fire pit and lantern poles. No sewer connections, but convenient trash and dump site. Dog friendly. Be aware that with Verizon we had no cell service in the park, and not on the road until we were close to Luray in one direction and Front Royal in the other. So cable. No TV reception. There are small cabins in the campground also. Pets are allowed in the cabins for a fee. - WMRamblers
Feb 2017 - $41.00
Open year round. 50 amp and water. Water spigots all have anti-freeze device. Checkout 3pm. Clean dump station. All big rig sites. Lowest priced big rig campground with hookups in the area. Att wireless 3 bars. Choose your own site upon arrival. - univmd
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stayed in the site closest to the river. Level, and no problems with the 30 amp service. Very clean restrooms and showers, as we have come to expect in Virginia State Parks. A few pull thru sites.
There are plenty of trails here. There are about 3 miles of flat trail along the beautiful river, and numerous more challenging trails on the hillside. If you have a retriever, there are a number of great spots for your dog to get in the river, including one about 50 feet from our camp site.
The park is new and has a great visitor center. Very friendly and helpful staff.
We stayed three nights in October before the leaves changed, which are very late this year. 45 degrees over night but warming up quickly by 10am. Will definitely return with bicycles and canoe next time. - Uberxy