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6 RV Parks near Haysi, Virginia
Jun 2018 - $16.00
We stay here every summer, a couple weekends each month. We always love our stay here. There is plenty of activities close by. There is a playground for kids, clean showers, nice camp sites. The new owners of the marina have done great things. They have added a water park that most kids love. You can rent pontoons, kayaks at the marina also. Lake is kinda filled with drift wood, but most lakes are that didn't bother us. They could do a little better cleaning the boat loading ramp. Other then that, we will continue to stay at this campground for years to come. - Melissajase3714
Jul 2018 - $25.00
$2.00 entrance fee to park...$5.00 register fee for campground...$25.00 for the site which was water and electricity. Very small, unlevel site. There were many better sites that remained empty. Overall a dumpy campground. - tadpole1234
Jul 2017 - $26.00
This was an interesting experience, staying at Breaks Interstate Park. There were many firsts. 1-I had to pay just to enter the park, regardless of the reservation I had or the window tag issued to me at the campground (this was a one time fee, though). 2-I reserved and paid for a site with water/electric and sewer, but got only a water/electric site. 3-The site (D-101), was terrible! It was literally a roadside pull-off that was just wide enough for my RV with the door being less than a foot off the road. My son and his friends stayed in a tent that was equally close to the road. The fire ring felt like a community fire since it was right beside the road. Small consolation, but there was a worse site (D-88), that was literally part of the kids' play place. 4-Every other Va. state park I stayed at (Pocahontas, Natural Tunnel, etc.) included the water park/pool. To swim at the pool/water park at Breaks was an additional 10 dollars per person. 5-I bought firewood at the camp store and it was so wet that I was unable to burn it. I ended up leaving it in the fire ring. 6-The men's bathhouse floor in the D campground was perpetually flooded. I'm not sure if the drain was backing up or where the water was coming from. I was told that they have to be self supporting so that may be the reason for the additional fees. It was a surprise to find out at camp, though. The camp is beautiful, with some amazing views. However, the most valuable part of this camp is its people! I don't have names unfortunately. The camp host at the D campground was great! He found us another spot to put a tent that wasn't on our campsite. We ended up not using it though. The camp superintendent was awesome! We had what turned out to be a minor medical emergency that required a trip to a hospital. He and the other park rangers were amazing! In addition to making sure that help was sent, they helped until the ambulance arrived. Once at the hospital, they came to pick us up from the hospital! - twright342
Aug 2016 - $31.00
We stayed in "Campground A." The site was level and the hookups were in good shape. There was, however, a sewage treatment facility over the hill that ran off and on and was fairly noisy. The bath house was - well - not good. It was old. One of the urinals wasn't working. There were two showers which just weren't very nice. Lots of water on the floor and just generally sort of run down. The rate schedule is misleading. We were told $24. We arrived and were charged a $2 entry fee. Also we were assessed a $5 first time camper fee. Apart from the droning of the sewage treatment plant the ambiance was above average. No WiFi or cell service. We will not return. - mightywag
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We stayed 3 nights, the 30 amp plug in was burned up did not work, the wifi did not work, cable tv did not work. The gated security gate, every one under the sun had the gate code and non renters entered the park and would park in the sites and roadway. The worst thing is the lengthy rules renters have to follow or get a ticket from the Pikeville Police Department but the city who makes the rules can break them by allowing the college and high school to have soccer practice at 5 am in the morning, blowing whistles and ball field lights as bright as the sun disrupting the RV Park renters. There was no peace and quiet at this park. I would not stay at this park again EVER!!! - Hatfield Family
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We spent 3 nights here. This city campground is in Bob Amos Park which also has sport fields and picnic areas plus an excellent overlook of the city. It's less than a mile off US23 and all roads are paved as are the campground road and all the sites. The road to the park is steep but no trouble. All sites are FHU back in. Some are shorter than others and some have wide pavement for vehicle parking adjacent to the RV site. Ours (21) backed up to the soccer field so we could sit inside and watch 2 high school games one night under the lights. One RV park road turn was tight for our 37' fifth wheel but you're OK if you pay attention. The utilities worked well as did our rooftop dish. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. The campground is gated and you are emailed rules with your confirmation which has the gate combo. There is no office or attendant. There is a phone by the gate if needed to call a city contact. Reservations are made on their website which has a map but no accurate detail of site sizes, a credit card is required. We used Google Earth to check the park out in advance. The park is very nice and well maintained as is the entire Bob Amos Park. There were 5 or 6 RVs in the 21 site campground while we were there. There is one loop with sites on both sides of the road. There was minimal road noise but there was a soccer practice one morning at 5:30 am. We'd return here. - big greg