Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $35.00
Sites are small but nice by the creek , no camp store so if you need something you have to leave the campground to get it but overall it's very nice and quiet. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Travel Trailer.
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There are many things to do like civil war battle fields and museums , wineries , and skyline drive is a Beautiful way to spend a day
This is a small park with about 30 RV sites. We got a spot by the river, which was nice to watch the ducks and river go by. The restrooms were always clean and the owners were very friendly. The park is family owned. We met Grandpa, Son, and Grandson and they were always available for any issues. This park had the best cable and Wi-Fi of any RV place we have been to. The town is small, but you can walk to it. The spots were pretty close together so there is not much privacy, and the park is tight. Lots of bugs because of the creek, but that's to be expected. We have a 35 ft 5th wheel and not a lot of room to maneuver. We would come back if in the area. FOLLOW the signs to the park and NOT your GPS or you are going to make tight turns and go over a bridge that has a weight limit. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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The Edinburg Mill is in walking distance and was one of the best museums we have been to. Very interesting.
Great little cg. Staff was very friendly. I had to have a new cell phone overnighted to me @ the cg & the office delivered it to my site. It was quite w/a creek running right behind our unit. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
Very nice campground. The Wi-Fi worked great. The cable TV is over 100 channels. Small older campground in very good condition. Very narrow sites. Nice friendly staff. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
This is a very nice, small campground with very friendly staff. The sites are mostly shaded, so there was no satellite reception. However, they have the best cable and Wi-Fi I have experienced. It is within easy walking distance of a couple of nice restaurants in town. The creek was deep enough for swimming. We camped here in a 40' RV. Navigation was tight but doable. Please be aware that you must follow their signs to reach the campground. Do not follow GPS. The last 200 or so yards are on a very small road that will not accommodate 2 vehicles side-by-side. We would definitely return. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a very friendly family campground. All the staff went out of their way to help you. The campground is cozy, sitting beside Stoney Creek. They were installing new cable while we were there, so when checking in, make sure you ask for a TV box so you can get cable. Satellite television does not work, because you are in a deep valley. There was no problem with any of the hookups, but only limited sites had 50 amp. Stoney Creek is both swimmable and fishable. There is a small activity building. The city of Edinburg is within easy walking distance. Do NOT follow your GPS to get to the campground through town. It will take you over a small, narrow bridge, and the turns would be difficult for any length of RV. There are no laundry facilities at the campground, but surrounding communities have laundries. When the campground is full, the spaces are tight. The area has wonderful fishing. We have stayed here before, and will do so again if in the area. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Be sure and call the park for directions. Do not follow your GPS. Very nice park. We were put in the best site since they were working on the other sites after a flood. Right on the creek. Good wifi and cable. Level sites. Would stay here again. Friendly owner. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
We camped here this past weekend with friends. I think the guy that checked us is was the owner and he was so nice. The campground is small, but very quaint. Not necessarily big rig friendly, but you can squeeze in. Definitely don't follow the GPS. It takes you over this one lane bridge. Very scary. The restrooms were clean. We had a site that backed up to the creek. My son loved fishing out the back of our trailer. I loved sitting by the creek, listening the to rushing water and reading my book. We camped at the end of the campground in the cul-de-sac. Our friends camped in the "super" site at the very end of the cup-de-sac. Great site, but you need to be able to pull forward into it and not back in because of the location of the hook-ups. Overall, I loved this campground. It was very peaceful and relaxing. Several wineries nearby too, which we really enjoying checking out. We will definitely stay here again, but come in from the other direction next time. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Travel Trailer.
I really wanted to love it. I was thinking it could have been quaint so signed up for two days but left after one. What I'd hoped for it definitely ain't. Good management seems to be lacking. Our site was a really poor choice, not one that we would have chosen, had we been given a voice. Water line on one end, hook-ups at the other, and our awning blocked by a tree, 35 feet of hose wouldn't make it. I was really hoping to avoid strike three. Our second site seemed to be better, but we were informed the water was temporarily down and our cable line was broke. At this point we just cut our losses, said we would just stay the night. They happily gave us a refund, so thankful it wasn't a fight. We were asked to "Please come Again", on this they seemed genuinely sincere. I give them a "5" out of 10 for trying. As for us I think we'll steer clear. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
They have cable TV, and free WiFi all included in price. Most sites have water/electric/sewer. They had police drive thru checking things out routinely, although when we were there, it was relatively quiet anyway. Some of the sites have large birth so big rigs can get in/our. Decent price per night for what you get. Okay, there is no pool, but there is a nice cool creek backing up to more than 1/2 the sites and kids were playing in the water. There were a few ducks running around for our entertainment. Only saw one camper here that seemed permanent and it was out of the way (but not sure it is permanent). Easy check-in, and staff very friendly. Most sites are shady. Not fully wooded, just shady but that is not a bad thing. Getting some sun during the day was nice. All-in-all, this is a great little get away weekend campground. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $37.00
This park is a small quaint campground. Didn't see the owner one time, but the manager of the place was very helpful and provided excellent customer service. The weekend we went it rained all weekend, so the area was a bit muddy, but considering the bathrooms were very clean. Do not follow your GPS if coming here follow the signs. Our MH is 33ft and we were towing a car. The GPS route may have damaged both our MH and car as the grade is very steep and the bridge is only rated at 10 tons. This campground is nice if you don't have any children as there is not much to do here if the kids are along-maybe swimming in the river-in the summer. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $37.00
Small quite park, most sites back up to stream. Nice staff that monitored the campground. As mentioned before - follow campground's directions to get there - not GPS. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $32.00
As a previous poster advised, do not follow your GPS; follow the signs, taking a right turn when you reach the "T" at Highway 11. While it may be big rig accessible, I wouldn't call it big rig friendly. Access requires a trip down a single lane, winding road with a 10%+ downgrade, and the interior of the park is small and could pose a problem for a 40' or longer rig. Sites are mostly gravel, fairly level, and hookups are easily accessible. Free cable TV was excellent, and WiFi worked well. Heavily treed, so not much chance of using satellite. Verizon cell and data were strong. No host/manager on site; instructions are posted to leave a check, so no credit cards. A pretty place once you get parked, but too much trouble to make it worthwhile for us to make a second visit. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $41.00
First of all and VERY important - follow the signs to this campground. Don't follow GPS. It will send you down a one way street and single lane bridge which is very tight. As for the campground, all back in sites. Most near the creek. All hook ups work well. Good cable TV. Only one bath house at the entrance, but was clean. Not much to do here. If just an overnight stay is needed (which it was seen being used) it would be fine. Have children? Don't bring them here. Nothing here...playground or anything. Sites are close and sites 19 and 20 are tough because of tree dead center of driveway. No difference that I could see in super site and regular. Nice owner. Very friendly. If you have children and are in the valley sightseeing, I'd choose another campground . We camped at Creekside Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is a gem! Easy hop from I-81 in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley (Edinburg Exit 279). Beautiful sites on tranquil fishing stream for big rigs to tents. Reliable internet and cable. Great rates: full 50 amp service down to tent sites. Easy walk to historical Civil War era town with authentic mill and museum, as well as local restaurants. Near Woodstock, Va. antique shops. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Motorhome.