Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $1.00
Staying here was very expensive. Directions were not given clearly. Had to turn around and damaged truck in process. Site was located in the old previously private campground area which is not suitable for a 42' 5th wheel. While trying to maneuver on the narrow tight corners with all the foliage we also had our tv antenna ripped off. Had I known that the resort had bought this area and that's where they were putting us I would not have booked. We had stayed there 2 times before in the front rv sites. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
If you have a large rv do-not let them put you in the old campground. Had I known that was were they were putting us I would have not stayed there.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $1.00
We stayed in a motor home. We stayed in the wooded sites, although they had other sites available, with more amenities. The pool area was beautifully landscaped with 4 pools. The lake and fields were lovely. The staff was friendly and helpful. It was definitely one of the nicest parks we have visited in the 4 years we have been traveling. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Boating on the lake, or ride one of the beautiful horses there. The Mini-golf is well kept. Excellent game room, and activities for the kids.
We have stayed here in June for the past 3 years thru C2C and we always enjoy coming back. The staff is always friendly. We family camp and they have been very accommodating to put us in adjacent sites. We had an issue one time with the electric hookup and someone from the maintenance staff came to the site right away to correct the problem. There is horseback riding for an additional fee at the campground. There are hiking trails, mini golf, pool area, game room including ping pong and pool tables. Laundromats are available throughout the camping area. WiFi works if you are in the right campsite. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Lots of things to do not only at the campground but in the area such as hiking, visiting Monticello and alot of other historical sites. Grocery stores within a reasonable distance.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $33.00
Nice park. Level paved parking. Short walk to the facilities and store. No Wi-Fi at site, had to walk to store. Deluxe sites had big grills and seating area to entertain. No complaints. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for the 4th of July weekend. Had a great stay. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. Plenty of activities for the children in our group. They provided a fireworks display on the 4th, which was nice because we didn't have to leave the campground. The only complaint I have is the Wi-fi or lack of. The campground was huge, so if you have access to a golf cart bring it! r. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Massive RV site in a very remote area. Restaurants, stores, etc. are 10-20 miles away. Sites are cement but have severe side slopes. With auto jacks my passenger side wheels were off the ground. Cable channels very limited and reception was poo; over half the channels were too poor to watch. Zero AT&T reception in this park, and zero to one bar reception for the last 17 miles after we turned off I-64. At $80+ per night this site is WAY, WAY overpriced. They have some cheaper $50+ gravel sites for units up to 30 feet, in a heavy wooded area, but they looked tight, unattractive, and some sites looked difficult to put slides out. No pop- ups, B-class or tents allowed. We only stayed here because it was University of Virginia graduation weekend and all RV camps close to Charlottesville were fully booked. Would not stay here again. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $10.00
This park is clean and spacious, and each space has a gas grill, but you have to supply your own gas. The Wi-Fi worked less than half the time, we had NO cell reception (AT&T), and the cable hookup was not good (lots of static). The concrete pads are not level and there were no shady spots in any of the 3 lots near us. The General Store is a half mile walk from the campsite (uphill). The store does have a lot of food items and a snack bar. There is a small kids arcade room and a small exercise room. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
Nice sites, concrete pads, BBQ they need to get their WiFi working. Heard lots of complaints. Phone (Verizon ) seems OK. Have two laptops, a smartphone and iPad and none could connect. Relative stayed in cabin and had same problem. Only one washer out of four in our section was working. The grounds are immaculate and there is lots to do but if you really need Internet connection, it may be a deal breaker. We were there on promo and rate was for each of two,extra nights. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Shenandoah Crossing, a Bluegreen Vacation Club (a time share). I believe this is their only RV Resort, they do have many time share resorts. Address is: 174 Horseshoe Circle, Gordensville, VA 22942. All staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. This is a Coast to Coast member resort. For members, the cost is $10 to $50. $10 in a regular RV site, without all the extra's listed below. $15 a back in elite site, $20 a pull-through elite site and $50 presidential site with a hot tub. I was told that for non-members of CTC it was from $89. on up, but didn't confirm this. All sites have stainless steel grill and had all the utensils for grilling. There is a picnic table and many chairs at each site. The umbrella was replaced while we were here, and they are assembling new tables and chairs. We had a pull-through site with 50 amp electric. Amenities: 1000 acres, 4 + pools, a very busy and a full activities schedule, horse back riding, a 60 acre lake with boat rentals, a 3 or 4 star restaurant, snack bar, store, fitness center, movie rentals, golf coarse. This is just some of the amenities here. Very clean, private rest rooms and showers. There are lockers at the pool area, and they provide towels for your use at the pools. There are several very clean, free laundries. Verizon phone was 2 to 3 bars, and we did experience several dropped calls. Wi-Fi was poor in our site, but super in other sites. Cable TV was about 40 channels: our reception was fair to good. Dog friendly with acres to walk a dog. Night was very quiet and there was excellent low lighting by each site. Did not find a book exchange. This is one of the best RV resorts we ever stayed at in over 40+ years of RV'ing. This is a super RESORT. There is so much to do here, we hope to get back soon. Coast To Coast members with big rigs avoid the $10 a night RV sites, and go for the $15-$20 sites. The nearest big grocery store is about 9-10 miles. The resort is about 15 miles off I-64, and about 7 miles off US RT 15. There is a great barbecue restaurant about 7 miles from the resort called "The Barbecue Exchange," unfortunately we found it on our last day, and only enjoyed it once. This is the type RV Resort we will drive a little out of our way to stay at. We would rate this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi and TV were better. Also the laundry had 3 washers out of 4, that were out of order in our loop. Another laundry had all working. Again, they were free. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
More of a resort than a campground. We stayed here with friends that were members. Would have been great if the internet would worked, too slow to use! We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
They call the park a RV Resort and for good reason.All sites are concrete,with your own patio furniture,gas grilles,and for a few dollars more there are sites with hot tubs. The grounds are well taken of,and all sites are big,and well maintained. There is a general store,heated pools,restaurants,horse back riding,fishing and so much more. I will be back. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $20.00
We stayed here as a Coast-to-Coast member and selected a premium site. Our toad battery was dead when we arrived and the maintenance guys volunteered to jump start us. Service well above what's expected. The premium sites have gas grills available. Verizon 3G and phone had good reception. Paved roads with large concrete parking pads and patios with plenty of patio furniture. Easy to negotiate our 40 ft motor home. Everything about this place is first class. Clearly one of the best RV resorts we have visited. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $25.00
This BlueGreen resort lies in beautiful Virginia countryside - quiet and peaceful. Every amenity seems in place from restaurant to activity center to equestrian center to swimming pools and hot tubs. While the RV sites are attractive with superior landscaping, fencing, grills, and outside furniture, the concrete pads are the most out-of-level we have ever encountered. We tried several pads and lifted both front and rear wheels on one side off the ground in order to level. Plus, there was an extreme lack of knowledge of customer service and about the resort among service people and front desk staff. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed here with our C2 membership. We had an awesome time with the G-Kids (2) with us for the week. They were not bored. Hooray! I rated this resort a 9, only because of the mix-up on activities (minor impact). Secondly the general store did not post the cost of sandwiches etc., so we passed on those purchases. Our Site 422C was perfect. They do have other sites in the woods, but we were not interested. Our site was large and flat, with a Weber/Genesis Grill with utensils, and sink outside. Will definitely come back. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Motorhome.
We camped here for a long weekend with a group of other RV's. The rate reflects a discount for our group. Very nice campground. Staff very professional. We stayed in the lower section of the first loop after going through security gate. Had a nice walk to the general store and pool. Pools were very nice. They had 2 outdoor pools and 2 hot tubs. The site we were on had a gas grill and sink. A good size picnic table and extra chairs and benches. We did go to the Marina and Mini Golf one day. These are located out closer to the main lodge, so we had to drive. Too far of a walk with little ones. The mini golf course was very nice. Workers were there on Friday doing some updating. Very nice scenery. You can tell they take pride in the resort over all with the cleanliness and the upkeep. All staff members that we ran into were very polite. The pools at the general store were very nice and never over crowded. They had a playground also for the kids. You exchange your towel card for a towel every time you to to the pool, so you don't have to use your own. They give you your card back when you return the towels. Bathrooms are very clean along with showers. I noticed the guest laundry was free which is a nice touch. I'm sure that is partly due to this is a time share resort. Our group had a big pot luck dinner on Sat. night. We had plenty of room at one of the sites for everyone to sit and eat and chat. The only problem I saw with this resort is the sites are way off level. Other then that, a great resort, very kid friendly. Will definitely go back again if the chance arrives. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Travel Trailer.