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18 RV Parks near Floyd, Virginia
Oct 2011 - $8.00
Rate is 50% national pass rate. No electric, water or sewer. No soap or towels in bathrooms. No showers. Sites are very tight for a motorhome, which are only allowed in loop "T". They have a new reservation system, and the host don't know what sites have been reserved, so you can't park in any site that is "reservable" without risk of being asked to leave if someone shows up for that site. This limits the options for where you can park, and most of the "reservable" sites were empty. Camp rules prohibit generator use from 9PM to 8AM. Bathrooms accessible. Not worth the money, would rather stay at Wal-Mart, at least we can run generator there, watch TV till late and make coffee at 6AM. - jtdtsams
Sep 2004 - $12.00
No showers, power or water. Bathrooms only but a nice mtn campground. - madison5004
Oct 2018 - $30.00
The website has directions for arrivals from various directions. We used them and they were very well done. I would recommend using the directions. The owner was very friendly and escorted us to our campsite, then showed us the particulars of the water and electrical hookups. The sites are pull-through of a nice length for most any RV. The view is amazing. The sites are on a hill overlooking a large grassy area and the road below. The sunrise was fabulous; we weren't here for the sunset. Campers next to us had a nice fire in the fire ring. Sites also include a picnic table. The laundry has only one washer and dryer, but no one was using them during our stay, so they would most likely be available when desired. Our site was level which is important to us as we have to put blocks under the wheels for leveling, therefore, the more level the site, the easier the leveling process. We were here for only one night. I would stay here again. - pavefan
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
Oct 2018 - $50.00
We made reservations in the summer to stay at Deer Run Campground for three nights, so we could attend the Blue Ridge Folk Festival on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Ferrum College. I requested a pull-through site from the gentleman I spoke to on the phone and told him we had a 36' class A motorhome and we'd be towing a vehicle for a total of 53'. He said it would not be a problem. We drove from another campground where we had been staying the previous week and arrived in the rain at Deer Run. First thing we noticed was that gravel hadn't been added to the campground roadways in years and they were more mud then gravel. When my wife went in to check in she was told that we were scheduled to be in a back-in, but since the campground was practically empty, he would walk us to a pull-through. The site to which he guided us to was so unlevel that it would be impossible to get our big rig motorhome leveled safely. We drove back to the office and were told"I'm sorry, but that's all we have available. That seemed odd since we were one of maybe three RV's in the whole campground. Also We had passed sites that were more level on the drive back to the office, but they had other vehicles parked in them, not RVs. We decided that the campground could not accommodate us, so we opted to go somewhere else and lost our $50 deposit. We missed the Folk Festival because the next closest campground was 2 hours away. This could be a nice campground with TLC and general upkeep, but we cannot recommend it, especially to big rig class A motorhomes and 5th wheels. - John Laurich
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
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Daddy Rabbit's is a campground in every sense of the word. It is secluded, rustic, wooded, hilly, gravel/dirt roads, and quiet. It is not difficult to get to, but you do have to drive down a couple of windy, narrow, country roads to get there. The staff is friendly. Closed in winter months, seasonal camping only. Group sites available. - MargaretL
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful and serene. A bit remote, but worth the effort to get there. Full service hook ups, level chat pads with concrete patio. Services post is shared by two sites, so longer hoses/cords might be needed. Lots of shade and the most incredible views of 5 Blue Ridge Mountain ridges imaginable. The people are welcoming and friendly. Yes, Airstreams only. - AirstreamJohnp
Jun 2014 - $24.00
Price reflects free night for every 7 days. 30 amps/full hookups for this Airstream-only park. Sites are close together but most offer fantastic views of mountains to the west. The park sits atop of ridge around 3,000 feet in elevation. The temps were about 10 degrees cooler than surrounding lower elevations. The park is owned and managed by “Shareholders”. Shareholders take turns as the campground host. The park is very friendly and social. Visitors are treated just like Shareholders and are included in all of the many planned activities that take place each week. We stayed 9 nights but would liked to have stayed longer. Sites come with a concrete pad and all are very level. Laundry facilities are available at a very reasonable rate. The park is 75 acres and includes a number of hiking trails. Nearest large grocery store is in Floyd, about 17 miles away. - Barefootdog
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This is a small, beautiful RV park just for Airstreams. The mountain view from the campground is breathtaking with the most beautiful sunsets. The park is run by volunteer stockholders who take turns being hosts and everyone is super friendly. Guests can join in during park social events like happy hour under the trees or other activities they schedule. It's great balance of mountain tranquility and hospitality. There are no bathroom/shower facilities so plan to use your RV for that. There is a nice laundry in the clubhouse guests can use. The nearby town of Floyd is great (13 miles) and Roanaoke and Christiansburg are close by as well. Not to be missed. - red2dogs
Sep 2016 - $30.00
The family decided to spend Labor Day Weekend in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia at the last minute. We looked called the office at the Meadows of Dan Campground and were pleased that they had a site with water and power for Saturday and Sunday nights.
The campground is located right off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Meadows of Dan. The road into the park was filled with pot holes, but we were warned about them before arriving. The campground was fairly full with large trailers and RVS. We were the only tent trailer. The grounds are on a hill, but the sites were mostly level.
The facilities were clean and close to the camping loop. The restrooms were small, but nice. Each trailer site had water, electric, sewer, a fire ring, picnic table, and a charcoal grill. There is a small playground and athletic field near the sites. We especially enjoyed the large field and hill that allowed for some great stargazing on Sunday night.
The campground is near the town of Meadows of Dan with a small grocery store, gift shops, a restaurant, and a candy factory. One mile north on the Blue Ridge Parkway is Mabry Mill. Hillsville is 21 miles west and home to a large flea market/festival on Labor Day Weekend.
We enjoyed our stay and wish it could have been longer. We will return in the future. - dmaerz
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We fell in love with this park! Very clean, in a rural setting with gorgeous sunsets. Park is up a hill surrounded by rolling meadows dotted with neat little cabins. We had a pull-through site but down below are some back-in sites. There were only 2 other RVs near us so we felt almost like we had the place to ourselves. Would definitely return. - Poolhall
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Our GPS really led us astray on this one, and took us all round the place, and without a "good" address, it was a tough drive, to say the least...then, when we got there, at about 5:15, the office was closed and it was raining. The office is at the bottom, then you drive up a very steep hill to reach their small campground that is pretty much a flattened hill with gravel sites laid out. There was only one other RV there, so we just pulled into a site and settled in for the night. It was still raining really hard the next morning, and I had already pre-paid, so we just packed up and left early. I left a phone msg for the owners, but they never called back. Wasn't impressed and don't think we'll return if we can help it. - MarieB
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Campground area is old and rough. Most campsites for RV's are very small (we have a 23 foot trailer). Lots of screaming from unruly kids (parents have no control). The screaming is so loud that you cannot sit outside. I don't understand why parents just let their kids run around and scream. We have stayed in many state parks and national parks, by far this is the noisiest. We booked for 2 days but we might leave and go someplace else. This place might be nice during the week once the kids are back in school...weekends are noisy don't expect to get any sleep. The campsite itself was broken asphalt and pot holes.
The cabins looked nice to rent, some were on the lake. If we ever come back we might try to rent a cabin instead of using the camping area. If you come with kids ask about the area where you can hunt for "Fairy Stones". - wahooo
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
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
Nov 2016 - $45.00
Basically just a parking lot with hook-ups. It backs up to a very run down trailer park. There is a house...looks like it may have once been a bathhouse with office but it is boarded up now. Operators were friendly, but the cost is crazy! Full hook up water, electric, and sewer with broken picnic tables in some sites. The site dividers are falling down. JWe went to hook up our tanks to the dump, but the hook-up hadn't been used in so long, it was over grown back grass. After cleaning off the grass and taking the cover off, we determined it is missing the hook-up colar...This it can't be used. Its just a place to park basically....Shouldn't be more than $25 a night. The RV Park Reviews says $30 a night but it's wrong! It's $45. - M31
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Had electric and water hook-ups, but otherwise just a gravel parking lot. Campground is close to the highway, but the highway noise was not objectionable. Showers were closed for the season. This park is good as a reasonable cost overnight stay when you must stay in the Christiansburg/Radford area. If space is available; the nearby Claytor Lake SP is similar cost and much nicer. - rjohnso3a
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Close to I-81. Hookups OK. But that's about it. Basically a gravel parking lot. No space between campers. The "bathhouse" was an absolute mess. Saw no signs of cleaning and it looks like it hasn't seen maintenance in years. We'd only stay here again in a pinch. - tomnorman457