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7 RV Parks near Hurt, Virginia
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hurt. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hurt in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Campground was convenient for our needs. Close to Altavista and Lynchburg. Within walking distance of the lake dam, boat landing and park. Entrance and exit were steep hills. Area is quiet and in the country. - macevir
Jun 2018 - $44.00
Think of this park as a work in progress. Very good work. It's on a dead end road to Leesville lake, a 17 mile long man-made lake. It's near the end of the road in a wooded setting on one side of the road, and across the road it's much more open. Owners are motivated to provide top notch service as well as enhance and expand the park. Quick overnight for us so didn't see the restrooms or showers. The pool looked good. The utilities were all good. Owners are just fabulous people. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. - DRKM
May 2018 - $43.00
Leesville Lake Campground 3129 Gallows Rd Gretna, VA (434) 818-1177 This was an overnight stop for us on Memorial Day 2018. The campground is 12 miles off HWY 29 BUS and a stones throw from the Leesville Dam #7 Boat Ramp. Upon arriving, we were greeted by the owner and checked in fairly quickly. The campground is located on both sides of Gallows Road with the office, bath house and pool on the left hand side as you arrive. All the campground roads and sites are gravel and the sites around the office are on a hill, yet I never had to throw the truck into four wheel to get our 33 foot fifth wheel around. Our campsite (Number 1) was level and had woods between us and the next campsite. The campground is Full Hook Up (50/30/20 Amp). The area had plenty of Broadcast TV Channels. The majority of campers looked seasonal, but I was impressed that the campground was neat and clean. We never used the facilities, but a quick look after checking in at the bath house, laundry room and pool area revealed that they were just as clean. A lot of friendly families and the campground was quite as darkness fell. We would definitely stay here again. - The Wandering Berries
Aug 2016 - $1.00
First of all, let me say this review in no way reflects the employees at this park, they were exemplary and we saw them working hard in oppressive August heat.
That said, we really wanted to love this park, we've camped there twice and both times had pretty much the same experience. We have a 40ft Fifth wheel that is all-electric and uses 50amp service. We knew going in the park only had 30amp so we were ready to adjust accordingly. However, the 30amp at site 61 was not true "30 amp" Our PMS service would only allow us to run 1 ac and absolutely nothing else, so when checked we were actually running 27 amps. To run the microwave or anything we would have to shut down the ac. In August, unacceptable. We've run 30amp plenty of times and been capable of running more than just an ac.
Thousand Trails has the bones of many beautiful parks in their system if they could see fit to invest in electrical upgrades and road upgrades. Along with the electric, the road was literally a dust bowl, the gravel used evidently crushes to a white powdery substance that even at the 5mph speed limit leaves a cloud of dust and a covering of white over all your equipment. This should not be so. No one wants to have their units and vehicles covered with so much dust you cannot see out of the windshields!
Again, I know no park is perfect, and even with the dust we so want to love this park, it is a beautiful setting, lake, pool..etc. and not that far from many attractions, Lynchburg, Appomatox, etc. We probably will not return due to the electrical issues in the park. Sadly. - buffy
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Nice rural park as others have said. Nearly all full hook up sites and all sites are 30 amps only. Sites have gravel and near all look level, plus nearly every site has good shade cover. Nice big pond and walking trails around the pond, all if so wish you can drive around. Plenty of activities over the weekends we were here. Only small problem we had is the ranger seemed to know less than we did when we checked in, and this was our first time at this park. - M5Adventures
Jun 2016 - $1.00
This is an older park in a rural setting. The lake is available for swimming but I wouldn't venture into it due to the quality of the water. This lake needs some serious attention. The interior roadways are all gravel and some are rutted due to erosion. The sites are also gravel and not very level. When we were here the store was not open. Other than at check-in we never saw any staff on the grounds. There were no planned activities during the middle of the week and little on the weekend. The pool was well used but again no staff present. There was a hot tub as well. We went sightseeing in the surrounding area and found the location acceptable. Verizon is borderline 4g and there are few sites that had DirecTV access due to the large trees. A number of sites in all the loops had the power boxes covered. We assumed these were inoperative. Unlike most Thousand Trails/Encore parks there is a high percentage of available sites for travelers. - BobWW
Nov 2017 - $30.00
We drove from the Outer Banks here for a weekend getaway, and it was great. The staff were wonderful, and helped us with local information. The campground hosts were friendly and helpful. We were able to buy firewood and build a fire at our site. If you're going to go this route, make sure to bring something to split the wood with (lesson learned.) One important note - we drive a 40-foot motorhome, and our GPS originally routed us down some winding and steep mountain roads from Highway 460. If I were ever to make the trip again, I'd take Highway 122 South from 460 to State Road 608, then turn right onto State Road 626 to get to the park entrance. We took this route on our way out, and it was much more big-rig friendly. Great park and great people! - sandman27959
May 2017 - $35.00
Very pretty campground with lots of trees but no easy access to the lake. We were in a pull though sire which was very large and had an adequate size level spot in the center. Park is not easy to access as roads to and from the park are narrow, hilly , and have a great many curves and sharp turns. - brantleys dad
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Affordable campsites! Bathrooms and showers were clean. It is not lakefront. There is a trail down to the water but you cannot swim, launch kayaks, etc from it. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Campsites include 30 amp electric, water, fire ring and picnic table. There is a sewer dump, recycling, and dumpster on your way out. Firewood and vending machine for sodas at the bath house. Large sink to wash dishes at the bath house also. Great trails throughout the park, beach you can drive to, boat launch available. Cabins down the road which could be considered lake front with their own docks (from a trail). Beautiful scenery and hiking trails! There is not space for additional cars at the majority of the sites. Additional parking is close and easily within walking distance. Definitely check this place out and support our national parks! Be careful leaving out of the pull thrus, there is a concrete drop that you could scrape. - WVSunshine
Oct 2017 - $45.00
The staff is friendly and knowledgable. The campground is set up well so you can navigate it easily. The site is off level front to back. Instead of backing in the people beside of me had pulled in disconnected and driven through the yard. I will ask the staff next time if I can do that. It would have made getting level a lot easier. It is tough finding a campground for 2 or 3 nights as seasonal people have just about taken all the sites in the area. Nice little campground we will be back. - Shady Spring
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Good RV parks on the Roanoke VA area simply didnt exist until this park opened. It is very clean, quiet, friendly staff, and near the late. The only negative is there is very little shade but the trees are growing. - East TN Camper
May 2013 - $42.00
This is a fairly new park close to Smith Mountain Lake. The sites are not level and require some effort to make your rig level. You can get a big rig in but some of the pull through sites require dodging fire rings and trees. This park is okay and is just about the only thing around, thus the high price for what you get. There is no internet service and my Verizon MIFI did not get but one bar, sometimes. If you need to be in the area; this is the place to be, because there is not much else. Access to the park is good and there are a couple of restaurants close by. - montana10
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We selected this campground as we had friends who lived nearby, and we wanted to visit with them. This was pretty far off the beaten path, and the approach road was narrow, winding, and probably not really suited for a 45 ft Class A motorhome with a Jeep in tow. That said, once we made it into the campground, we were able to fit into the pull through assigned to us. Leveling required several attempts and adjustments but we got it done. The utilities all worked. The greatest problem we had was very poor cell-phone reception, as we were down in a low kind of a meadow, surrounded by hills and trees. And the trees! Although not directly overhead, the satellite signal was still blocked as the trees formed a great wall along the south-western horizon. So it was a little bit of "real" camping, as we were pretty much out of touch with the world. - MerBee
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for labor day weekend, it's a nice quiet, small campground. I had my 3 grandchildren with me so we were a little worried about the lack of things for them to do but they had a great time. They played on the playground the entire time and made friends with other children who were camping there. The WIFI was great and I'm glad it was because cell service is not very good. The owners were very friendly, the facilities and the grounds were very clean. There was a nice little general store about 3 miles away that had everything we needed. - Edson kitchen
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Nice quiet campground. At $25 a night, I was very pleased. No real amenities & nothing really to do, but we just wanted a base to get into Roanoke so it worked for that. Sylvia, the owner, was very friendly & open to any suggestions a camper may have. - rascalydog
May 2016 - $25.00
This is just 3 full-hookup sites in the parking lot of the Bedford Visitors Center. Rigs over 30 ft are going to have a hard time, as the spots are in a line along the side of the parking lot. They do not take reservations, but according to the county visitors manager, they do stay full in the summer. They advertise overnight stops only, but it can be arranged to stay 2 nights if necessary. - MThome
Jun 2013 - $25.00
It is what it is. Full hook-up sites at the Welcome Center. Advertizes one night only, however they asked us how many nights we wanted, so clearly more nights are available. Nice Welcome center. A bit expensive for what you get, but we would stay here again if we needed FHU. Can dry camp for $10. - campingandtravels.blogspot.com
Aug 2012 - $25.00
The Bedford VA Visitors Center is located at the same place as the National D-Day Memorial (www.dday.org) - the Memorial is on a hilltop directly behind the visitor's center. The visitor's center was kind enough to install 3 RV hook-ups (w/e/sewer) in their side parking lot. Very good spots other than they are slightly sloped. Good water pressure, great power stability, and Wi-Fi from the center is included. At only $25 a night - great! While they do advertise only one night, ask - you may be able to stay longer if there's no events happening. There's also an elementary school across from the RV spots with a walking track! - TheGrandMan
Aug 2013 - $52.00
Interior roads and sites are gravel. This park is poorly laid out for transient campers. Park caters to seasonal campers. We were escorted to our site. All sites are back in. Interior roads are narrow and little room between sites. Since this is a newly remodeled park, the gravel overlay has some soft spots underneath it. While backing in to our site (assigned site was way too short to handle our long RV) our front tires sank into the gravel. Glad we keep moving or we might have been stuck. Included WiFi worked well. Sat TV was no problem, because there is no shade. Verizon cell had 2 bars. We feel this park is overpriced by at least $20. Probably would not stay again. - eaglessoc
Jun 2013 - $60.00
Campground is on Smith Mt Lake but unless you have a boat or jet ski, you can't see much of it. At the entrance, there is a sign to stop & call a number & golf cart would meet you to go to site. Road is one way, narrow, with steep inclines to 4 levels. Once parked in back-in site, we had good view on 2nd level. Not much room to maneuver big rigs. One issue was that there were no rules or restrictions. Second, issue is the office invoiced a much higher rate($75) for holiday week which was not quoted to us nor listed on website. We had to seek out management since they did not come to us after several hours. We finally got it worked out but left a bad taste on our 4 night stay. They focus more on permanent than overnight campers. - D & B Blanks