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13 RV Parks near Hague, Virginia
Jul 2010 - $45.00
This was the best campground we have stayed at in. The staff was very friendly. They have a wonderful beach, a pool with a cover and trails that I took my kids though to get them back to nature and away from the ps3 and the xbox. I wish everyone could spend just 3 days there and endure all that my family has. - sophias
Dec 2014 - $33.00
We stayed for 3 days. This is a bunch of campsites located inside the Belle Mount Winery. Entrance to the winery is a winding, one-lane road that barely fit our 40' MH. There were a lot of potholes and low tree branches. Check-in is in the tasting room of the winery. I called ahead for reservations the day before but we were instructed to call when we got there so someone could check us in. There is only one 50 amp site and it doesn't have water. The rest are 30 amp sites with full hookups. We had to hook up our fresh water hose to the next site. No one else was there so it wasn't a problem but you need a really long hose. If you need 50 amps with full hookups, it's best of call ahead and reserve that one spot. The sites are gravel and completely under pine trees. It was very difficult to level. Our back tires were almost off the ground. No wifi, no cable, no leash free dog park but there's a lot of woods to walk the dogs. There's a large pool and bath house but they were closed. There's also a lake for fishing. Owners are very nice and helpful but their main business is the winery, not the campground. The owner told us he wasn't going to make any more improvements to the campground because it wasn't his primary business. He also indicated that he's thinking about selling it. It is not really a "resort", it's a bunch of loosely marked parking spaces for campers inside a winery. The price is a little high but other campgrounds in the area were closed for the season so your choices are limited. If I had to be in the area again, this is fine for a short stay. - Flippitti
Aug 2007 - $39.00
Sites are very poor shape and crowded. Roads leave a lot to be desired. The only nice thing about the Park was the employees were friendly and helpful. - KenWillson
May 2006 - $32.00
We were very disappointed in this campground. It was not maintained at all. The staff was very rude to us. We found the campground doing an internet search and my husband called to make reservations. While making the reservations he asked about the canoe rentals which it shows on the website. They said yes that they had them. When we arrived he asked how we could rent a canoe and was told they had them but they were inoperable. There is no campstore. Trash was piled up during our entire stay. Not once did anyone come to pick it up. The showers were clean but their is no where to change or set your clothes and towels. There was no playground and the basketball hoop they had was in a grass field with very tall grass. We had no picnic table but did find one over by the bathouse and we carried it over to our site. It was in very poor shape. The pool was the only nice thing. It had 2 diving boards but only 1 worked. The kiddie pool was not filled. The horseflies were terrible. There were lifeguards on duty. This is not a place we would ever stay again after being treated rudely by the staff and the poor conditions of the campground. - chrisandmargie
Oct 2016 - $55.00
Love this campground. A lot of permanent residents March through November. Some contractors yearly. Wonderful staff. Water and rental equipment for your stay. Child and pet friendly. Restaurant/Bar is open during the summer from Thursday through Sunday. Though we always call to make sure if we don't want to cook on arrival. Tons of repeat customers. Close enough to base but far enough to enjoy the great outdoors. Go crabbing fishing and all. Suggest everyone try this campground. - Custom camper
Aug 2014 - $35.00
The only good thing about this park is that the sites are shaded (they also have a big field with lots of room for tents or campers, no shade, no hookups). The sites are small and poorly organized. We had a hard time getting our 27' rig into our assigned spot because the unit behind us had backed in too far and they were not around to move it. The staff is totally unconcerned with addressing any problems (in addition to the space issue, there was water spraying everywhere from the spigot). The office is about a half mile hike from the camp sites, and that is where the bathrooms, showers, and the WiFi are. The WiFi, when available, is so slow you would think it was dial-up. The bath/shower rooms are nice and clean, but 3 of the 4 rooms did not lock. We would not go back! - Capt.Deb
Nov 2017 - $40.00
Fee is for one night, non-VA-resident, plus $5 transaction fee. The only reason the park is marked down is because of the price. Otherwise, it is a beautiful park located on bluffs overlooking the lower Potomac River. Sites were mostly level, fairly spacious (including a number of pull-throughs in Loop A), and covered by beautiful shade trees. Loop A road is paved, sites gravel. Loop B road and sites are gravel/dirt. Single washer/dryer available in Loop A comfort station (not sure if there is also one in B). Restrooms dated, but clean. Quite a few over-the-air TV stations available. Verizon signal strong. Beautiful walks through campground, along the bluffs, and on trails. Pool open in summer season. Boat ramp. - aowcarol
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Very clean older state park. No Wi-Fi or cable. Some Local Channels. Only water and electric. No sewer but very small dump station. Had to wait on road to dump. Showers had mold in them. Some sites very small and tight. A lot of tent sites that are bigger then the RV sites. - Biggyrat
May 2016 - $30.00
This is a very family friendly park. Lots of activities put on by the visitors center. The campsites were gravel pad with small peat gravel space. The rest of the site was wooded. It left for some privacy, but really not a lot of room for chairs. Fire ring was placed off to the corner so you could only fit 1-2 chairs around the fire. Nice big playground for the kids. Hiking trail to the beach to find fossils was the kids favorite part. Found 2 shark teeth! - Lisa H
Sites: 100 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Jun 2009 - $36.00
This place is a marina first, not a campground. They have a nice marina which has a restaurant and bar, swimming pool, picnic areas, and the bathhouse is located under the restaurant and includes laundry facilities. They also have a seasonal campground, which is not where you'll be if you're spending a few nights. The campground where they'll put you is called the "field" because it's just that, a field. I can't even call it a campground because this is the condition it was in: no access road, no marked off campsites, just a row of hookup boxes that you back into along a tree line on two sides of a big field. The field is unimproved - bumpy, swampy, and you have to drive over it to get to your site. There is no trash service or dumpster, you have to drive your trash to the marina. There is no bathhouse for the campground, you have to use the one at the marina, about a 1/4 mile away. There is no on-site manager, which means there is no one to enforce quiet hours. It's basically a free for all in a field. We had neighbors that pulled in at midnight - 4 diesel trucks with boats and 2 large campers/5gth wheels - who turned on outside food lights and played and drank - at 2am they were still up and their kids were running around, screaming. There was nothing anyone could do. We were booked for 2 nights but we packed up the next morning and checked out. I will never go back, and I would advise no one to use this place. They make no effort at all to provide any services for their campers. Very disappointing. - dstumps
Sep 2007 - $35.00
This was the second time we have stayed this year. The first time was a check-it-out visit. The second time...we brought the boat with us. If you want a somewhere to fish and boat, this is the place. It is maybe a 15 minute trip in the boat to Point Lookout, so you have the river and the bay to choose from. The staff I ran across were very nice. Yes, you need to drive thru a field but the sites are back-ins towards trees, with shade in the evenings. There is a pond to fish right from the rear of the campsite. We plan on returning. - det62
Jul 2007 - $30.00
We spent 3 nights there last week. Our impressions; The CG is hard to reach being at the end of a long series of narrow roads. Definitely out of the way and definitely very quiet at night. The "seasonal portion" of the CG has crushed stone roads and is in a forested area. Tightly packed in together (about 12 to 15 feet apart). I wouldn't want one of the sites but there were about 60 - 70 seasonals with semi-permanent hookups so someone must like it. The "transient" portion of the CG is an open field with water and electric hookups. Looks like an old baseball field that had a trench run up the side to plant the water and electric lines. The field is lumpy and uneven. The fire ring on our site and on the ones bordering us had burned out bottles and cans in them that were not touched in the 3 days we were there. The picnic tables were falling apart - at a guess, they were being recycled from the seasonal side. When we checked in at the office, we asked for a map of the CG. They don't have one! There are no restrooms or shower facilities! (Their website claims a "bathhouse" but we never found it.) When we left and used the dump station we found the sump covered by a scrap piece of planking and with no running water for cleanup. Quite frankly disappointing because with some work and attention this could be a much better CG. - Maine-iacs
Jun 2016 - $55.00
Large park with a tremendous amount of permanent residents. Two loops in the A section with full hookups, B section has water/electric only, C and D are full hookups.
Staff is extremely nice as are the residents. The residents are contractors that come and go. Monthly rates are $550 plus electric.
There is a pool, playground, fishing pond (front of property), fishing lake (back of property), and some area trails.
All sites are back-in. - calewjohnson
May 2016 - $55.00
This park has a majority of permanent residents that keep their sites filled with clutter and dirty rigs. This certainly detracts from the overall appearance of the park.
We have now traveled over 23,000 miles and stayed in many, many RV Campgrounds....and this is BY FAR, one of the most expensive parks we have stayed in with very little amenities. Sites were NOT level and were merely grass sites, not even gravel. They had had a great deal of rain the prior two weeks, thus making things soggy and our stabilizers sank into the dirt/grass. The park did not provide even so much as a picnic table at our site, in addition to very, very poor working Wi-Fi/Internet and no cable, which meant no T.V. (there were no local channels). When my husband asked one of the staff about cable, he sarcastically said that "We could call ComCast to come out and hook us up", not very realistic for people only staying two nights.
Lastly, no where was I told ahead of time when I made my reservation that I needed cash or a debit Card, so I was not prepared for this. When checking in, they THEN proceeded to charge me an additional 3% fee for using a Visa Card. And that was on top of an extremely high nightly fee.
Bathroom facilities were dirty, "old" and locked at 8:00 p.m. each night. We definitely will not ever return to this location, and I will be sure to pass this information on to all our friends who are full-timers. - Suzanne R.S.
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Sites not occupied by long term campers, are mostly not level. Would not take reservations or assign site. Charges extra to use a credit card. No cable and absolutely no over the air reception. Only upside to this campground is the convenience to Pax River NAS. I will have to stay again, but not recommended. - SC RVer
May 2013 - $53.00
We've camped at Naylor's several times the past few years and had been pleased until this time. We set up camp mid-day and as the day wore on the neighbors became louder and louder. When I ran into the new owner that afternoon I asked if they were going to keep us up all night; Ms. Wills said probably so and that we could move to another spot if we wanted. She also said there was nothing she could do about the noise. We walked the perimeter of the grounds, there wasn't a space where you couldn't hear our neighbors' music. Roughly 11pm the neighbors turned on construction-type lights (which were pointed directly in our direction and so bright the curtains didn't help much) and began the cornhole tournament. By midnight the floor in our camper was vibrating with their base. They finally went to bed some time after 2:30am. We had paid for 2 nights but left the next morning (couldn't find any employees to even ask about a partial refund). There were several dogs roaming free and doing their business wherever the urge hit (don't get me wrong, I'm a dog lover, but I really don't want to pick my way around dog doo). If you want to party all night this is the place for you; if you want to do morning fishing, though, you might want to rethink that. Even my 16-year-old said it was too loud. - Central Virginia
Jun 2011 - $40.00
This was our third visit to Naylor's. Though there's not waterfront access there is a beautiful view of the river from the front two rows of sites. Sites are flat and huge (space for a camper, boat, and two pick-ups with room to spare). Bath house facilities are adequate (remembering there's more green space than pavement). We were disappointed that the owner's declining health pretty much prevents him from leaving the house now so we weren't able to visit with him more than just a few words through the window, but the staff is helpful and trying to keep things running as smoothly as they can. We'd definitely go back. - Central Virginia
Sep 2007 - $30.00
To get to Naylor's you go 2.8 miles past the Rapahannock River Bridge on 360E out of Tapahannock. Go left on 624, immediately turn left again on Naylor's Beach Rd. Go 3.7 miles to Riverfront. Campground is a hidden gem not well advertised. Owned and operated by elderly man who lives on site for many years. Large shaded, thick grassy campsites under huge Oak and Pecan trees. Short walk to waterfront, picnic area, playground, small store, boat ramp and swimming beach. Check-in is 3 p.m. and check-out is 6 p.m. making it nice for Fri.-Sunday trips. Clean restrooms & showers. Very clean campground. Easy dump station. Mostly upgraded 30 amp electric. Electric & water on opposite sides, may need an electric extension cord. No campfires on ground - must bring elevated fireplace. No alcohol on premises policy (not always observed). Dish owners have clear access to 110W and 119W. Open May 1st to September 30th. We enjoy Naylor's and go frequently. If in the area, don't let this under advertised little gem go unnoticed. - professor95
Jun 2010 - $30.00
The dirtiest showers and bath house we have seen. On Saturday nights, they sponsor a drunken bash with very loud music 75 feet from tent camping area. Refused to honor quiet hours. Police were called at 3:15 am to break up the party. Avoid at all cost. - Gary Morris
Jun 2018 - $35.00
We arrived after two weeks of ridiculous rain and the weekend forecast predicted more. We stayed in Greens Point, site #87 which was pet-friendly, extremely spacious and very private. The phragmites blocked a little of the lovely water view but also provided a wind screen. Electric only which is all we need. I understand Tulip Loop has full hook-ups. Although the ground was saturated and standing water everywhere, the mosquitoes although no worse than at home, were still pretty bad. We enjoyed the nature center and civil war museum on site. The one short hiking trail was mostly underwater so we didn't attempt that but did hike down the park road to the beach. The restrooms were spotless and the showers the BEST we've ever had. Separate stalls with a private dressing area, bench, shelf, hangers. Fabulous. Because of the weather the campground was pretty empty but that made for a very quite stay. We would go back to this park, but more likely in late April or early May. - Debbie Collison
Apr 2018 - $41.00
I have stayed here twice in the last month (Sites 80 and 63). Both were great sites, but I liked 63 the most. It had tons of room to spread out and no close neighbors. They only have 1 FHU loop (Tulip) but a couple of others with power only. The FHU loop is back in the woods with some of the other loops having a nice water view. Since it was just starting to get warm there were not too many bugs, but the warmest night (high 60s) we did see a few mosquitos and as it get warm with all the standing water around the sites, you will need to bring plenty of repellent. - JFB1
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Stayed in Tulip Loop #72. No 50 amp service available, only 30 amp. Lots of biting flies. No golf carts allowed. You'll need a vehicle to get around, even to other camping loops. Our site was fairly level, all hard packed gravel and VERY large. We had plenty of room for our 38' motor home and tow vehicle. No TV reception, no cable and no WiFi. We had very marginal cell service. Nothing near the campground in the way of town, stores etc. And lastly, the campground is supposed to be haunted. It is the site of a Civil War prison camp. The lighthouse has very limited open houses, so we never got to see inside it. The road to the park is narrow for a large rig. - DebDon
Oct 2018 - $1.00
First time here. As we were driving in the rain was coming down, the nice ladies meet me in the parking lot with our check in paperwork in hand! The service was great, Park is clean, and the lots have plenty of room. No WiFi or cable but the cell service is good. We’ll come back again. - Daniel Till
Jun 2018 - $1.00
This is a clean, nice, wooded campground with a small laundry room with only 2 working washers, no wifi or cable and too wooded to expect to use satellite. Nice wide spaces with patio, picnic table and fire pit. This campground is close to many historical sites. - Bruce and Janette
Jun 2018 - $50.00
Not a great place for big rigs. Sites are tight and closely treed which makes awnings and slide outs a bit of problem. Park staff monitors the campground like hawks -- driving through dozens of times each day looking for things that shouldn't be happening. This is a mixed blessing; it keeps people in line to be sure, but you can get the feeling that you are under suspicion. Also, one of the only places I have ever stayed that requires the entire payment in advance, even if you book several months ahead. - Newmars the One