Electric 50/30/20 is good. Sewer good. Water 40@ psi. Wi-Fi not available. AT&T Cell ok. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card good. Cable none available. Site: S4. Site Size long enough to park truck with trailer. Site are close but enough room to put out awning. Roads into the park are rough and narrow. Have a problem with oncoming traffic especially if pulling the trailer or in a MH. Didn't use Restrooms. Didn't use Laundry. Didn't see any Long term tenants. DirecTV Satellite easy in the open pull through but in the back wooded area it would not be possible. No Discounts. Payment by credit card. This is the best park in the area. Not quite as bad as others have reviewed if you stay in the pull through area or on top of the hill. Stayed for a week to visit family and would stay here again if the pull through sites were open. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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Good place to stay if you want to see Washington DC.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $38.00
This CG has only location going for it...proximity to Washington, DC. It's entrance road is rutted. It has no internet or cable. The "full hook-up" sites are narrow and NOT level. I was quoted $38.00, but "with tax" raised the price to $42.94...13% tax??? I had to return to pay my charges because the person who could run the register "was indisposed." The picnic tables are warped and unusable...none match. Even with its proximity to DC and the Manasass Battlefield, I could not in good conscience recommend this place to anyone. I would never return for sure! We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $43.00
This was our 2nd longterm stay here - 5 weeks. There isn't much to choose from in this area. We prefer this over the two other parks nearby because this one doesn't have a railroad track running through it and the spaces are open to the sky. It's a very peaceful and quiet rural setting, but close to I-66 and convenient to restaurants and grocery stores.
The entrance road was rutted when we arrived but gravel was put down at the different sites and on the road during our stay. Trees were trimmed and it was apparent the owners were cleaning up the park for the season. The bathrooms are dated and the showers are just stalls in one big room so there's no way to lock the doors for privacy. Also the same broken washer in the laundry room back in the fall was still broken in the spring. The water pressure was noticeably weaker than last time and even with the new gravel on the sites, it was still difficult to level. There's no Wi-Fi, no cable, no off-leash dog park. It really isn't worth the $43 per night rate (they also don't take any discounts) but there are very few options in the area and it gets more expensive the closer you stay to DC. The owners are lovely people. We have family in the area and would likely return. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $43.00
We stayed here for 6 weeks from mid-Oct thru Nov 2014. It's on a working farm tucked away in a quiet area. It feels rural but it's not very far from all the city amenities you want (grocery, restaurants, movies, etc). Full hookup, pull thru sites are spacious, mostly open, gravel surrounded by grass, but some spaces are not very level. Roads are mostly asphalt unless you have a site in the wooded area, then it's dirt. No wifi, no cable, no dog park. Park fee is comparable to others in the area. No discounts. It's quiet and dark at night. During deer season, you hear gunfire during the day. Owners are very nice people. We really enjoyed our stay here and would gladly return. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $38.00
First time staying here. We needed an overnight site west of Washington, DC on our way to Ocean City, MD. This place is really hidden well. Narrow but paved interior roads. We stayed in site S17 as we wanted 50 amp full hookups, a long pull-through, and a clear shot to the sky for rooftop satellite. The site delivers as would any on site S17 through S21. The site itself is huge but not level at all. Slopes way down to the front. We have automatic levelers on the coach, so I disconnected from the truck and them took care of things. We'd stay here again if we needed a CG in the area. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We were just passing by. One of the attractions was that we were able to check in late and the campground was close to the highway. The site was very level. Power and water were fine. They had a nice-looking pool, but we didn't use it. Cell phone and TV reception was excellent. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
The bathroom and showers are for both male & female. Our site was a pull-through with table & fire pit. We are new to RV Camping and have no complaints about this park. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Three night stay visiting son's family in Leesburg. Easy in Easy out, plentiful pull thru's. No WI-FI, no cable, no satellite due to dense woods. Will stay in open area next time. Fished, but no luck. Restrooms clean, but antiquated. Staff was friendly, pool accessible, and the farm is very quiet...Will stay again. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful area with nice, wide sites; however, these are the only positives. Store was poorly stocked and was closed by 6:35pm. It was 96 degrees, and pool was also closed by 6:35pm. Bathrooms are a joke. I walked in the ladies room and see showers with no privacy stalls for women and then see men's urinals across the room. They have separate entrances for men and women, but they go into the same bathroom! We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We just spent a weekend with friends camping there. Love this campground. The sites are mostly primitive, super wooded, mostly water/electric. They have a pool & small playground for kids. There is nothing fancy about this place; that said, if you like camping in the woods (sites big enough for 5th wheels), then this is a good place. You can have campfires and we pulled our trailer in backwards to face our friends & shared our campfire - - what fun. It is the type of place to go to get away from hustle & bustle – never ever crowded. There are a dozen sewer sites for large rigs, but they are not well shaded. There are about half dozen seasonal – which are away from the rest of the campground. There is no Wi-Fi, there are no weekend family activities like larger campgrounds have, but again, this is a campground for people who like wooded areas – quiet and primitive. They have a ton of tent sites, lots of space for pop-ups, and plenty of room of large campers as well. We will be going again in late July with 4 other couples. Can't wait. Kum-ba-yah! We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is a bit dismal. The A/C did not work for us, tho we did have full h/u. Staff is not very friendly, but not rude. It is at least an hour from DC. Laundry in the bathhouse along with bathrooms and shower (coed) need sprucing up. However, the price was right (plus VAT tax). We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Let me be clear about this, the only reason to stay at this campground is its proximity to Washington, DC and the Manassas Battlefield. The pull through sites are not level and difficult to maneuver. The wooded sites are just spots that have been numbered among the trees. None are level, all are tight and brushy. The basketball goal and pole have fallen down. The pool was not open. The owners just want the income but don't seem to be interested in maintaining the facility. They did finally mow the grass in the sites when it got knee high. If we stay here again it will just be for the ease of making day trips to DC. Location still doesn't justify the high price. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $32.00
There are open areas for full hook ups and sites in the deep woods. We stayed here last year and it is a great base for Washington DC tours. We used the train out of Manassas for our first time rail ride. It beats driving to and parking in the capital. The toilet stalls and showers in the bath house in the woods are coed, so the modest might want to place a guard before using. The laundry prices are reasonable. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $32.00
Sites was on a slope, so leveling was a little tricky. Quiet setting as it is a working farm. The road into the campground in one lane and very narrow. Watch out for oncoming traffic. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $33.00
I'm not sure what to make of this campground. As advertised, it is on a working farm. However, it is at the back of the farm with a tight access point for large motorhomes and fifth-wheels. The pool and campstore were closed during our 2-day stay in spite of nice weather and quite a few camp sites being full. The pull-through sites are rather tightly packed, and some are not very level. There are lots of smaller wooded campsites beyond the pull-throughs, but most look like they are largely unused and some are falling into disrepair. The owner seemed indifferent to campers and somewhat put-out when asked about advertised discounts. The only really compelling reason we found to stay here was the proximity to the Civil War battle sites. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Motorhome.