Lake Monticello Virginia Campgrounds
5 RV Parks near Lake Monticello, Virginia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lake Monticello. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lake Monticello in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $48.00
Just what you would expect from a small KOA. Enjoyed our stay. - AvalonDF41
Sep 2017 - $44.00
Website says suitable for Big Rigs. It is not. Nice little campground in woods and pleasant setting but now for large Motorhome. We have 41' and with tow almost 65'. 7 miles of well paved road to get there but very narrow and winding and lots of tree overhangs. Narrow interior roads that are tight and winding with lots of trees overhangs. We made it but you have to go very slow and be watchful. Campsites are narrow and ours was very unlevel. Nice staff. - traveling the use
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Great little KOA near Charlottesville VA. Very clean and tidy. I didn't use the showers but my husband used them and said they were very clean. We pulled in on a Saturday with reservations, had a nice level spot that backed to the woods. Great location to Charlottesville, spent the day downtown and at a winery. - debwright
Jul 2017 - $40.00
This place is very family friendly. You get a free mini golf game for each person when you check in. The pool was fine, but there were kids there who made it not fun for us. The lake toys and bouncing pillow were huge hits with my kids. We had a nice shady spot but trouble leveling it. We were are Orange 1. Friendly people. - Lisa H
May 2017 - $35.00
This is a nice place. Clean grounds. Hospitable staff. The sites are a collection of all types of settings. Some in the woods, some by the lake and some out in the open on the hill. The ones on the hill pose a big problem if you are the camper in the right side row. There are two rows along the hill top. Whoever laid out these sites knows nothing about rving. The Left row backs in like normal. The right row is set up to pull straight in the site which puts your truck behind the camper in from of you. We pull a 40' fifth wheel so it was almost impossible to get my truck out after unhooking. It took some fancy driving to say the least. - Saved farmer
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Stayed here on on an overnight stop. Nice campground with lots of open sites and sites with more trees for you to choose from. Campground hosts were very nice and helpful. Will stay here again. - 757Dave
Oct 2017 - $1.00
Wow.....really nice resort. Came into this BlueGreen property with Coast to Coast. (I guess that is why we got their forested area rather than concrete patio area.). Turns out our site was great with more space than the deluxe sites. Several full-time campers in the forest area but it is peaceful and lots of shade. Sites are a little more challenging for "big rigs" but we made it just fine. Back in sites with full hookups plus cable. No fee do a really sweet deal. Really nice grounds with a lot of things to do and see. Horse stables and rides, carriages, putt-putt, several hot tubs and a large swimming pool. Great place for kids. Very friendly staff and 24-hour security gate. - Dedra C
Oct 2017 - $80.00
It is a beautiful location but check in is confusing. Guard gate gives you a poor quality copy of a map with spot circled and sends you on your way. After disconnect you go forever looking for the place to pay. And checkin-- discover you check in at The Lodge Hotel. They try and get you to go to a presentation on the property which we did not do-- neighbor at site came over before we checked in and told us it was the longest couple hours of his life and they had little to offer an RVer. The site is the worst we have EVER experienced in our years of camping. We have a 45 foot fifth wheel and the site had a minimum of a 5 degree slant BOTH front to back as well as the passenger side going downhill. The wheels would not touch the ground after leveling PLUS we had to use 4 stacked jack pads on each of the passenger side jacks. We finally ended up going to LOWES purchasing wood blocks to go under the wheels on the passenger side to support the coach. The sites are so narrow the awning on the living room slide could not be used-- trees in the way. There is a sink, grill, and furniture on the patio. The sink cabinet doors were hanging on due to lack of maintenance, the grill had NEVER been cleaned and we refused to eat anything that would have been cooked on it. The sewer plug was off and the sewer had filled with leaves that had to be cleaned out before we could hook it up. Again, the maintenance is lacking. Everyone around us had the same leveling issues and it was the talk of the park even among the owners. You can tell the RV park was a definite after thought to the resort-- someone who has never RV'd designed the pads. After the set up and leveling issues were overcome, it was an OK place to stay. We would not stay here again -- too much work to get set up. We had to park our truck at an angle to get it on the site. Not the ideal situation.
Office staff knows nothing about RV's-- they even told me that. They were not helpful and could not understand when you talked with them about the unlevel sites. - TX Travel Lover
Oct 2017 - $14.00
Even without the Coast to Coast discount this was an amazing resort. Everything worked and was well maintained, sites were concrete, fairly level, and had patio furniture and gas grill. Even good wifi! The grounds were beautiful for hiking and you are close to Charlottesville and all the historical sites. Will definitely stay again. - z32k12
Nov 2017 - $50.00
We stayed in the lower full hookup section. Very nice site by a small creek. It is the one we reserved, so no problem there. The site was level and long enough for my 41' rig plus long bed truck. A bit tight getting into and the exit is challenging due to trees on the inside of the turn and a narrow road so you can't swing wide. As others have said though, you are right on top of your neighbor here. We could hear every conversation they had when they were outside. My slides opened almost into their fire ring, so we had to pull well forward to avoid a problem. The park is clean and well kept and has plenty to do for everyone. Cornhole, horseshoes, volleyball, jumping "pit" for kids, extensive game room, weekend activities (bonfire, karaoke, free ice cream, pot luck), fishing pond, and plenty of room to walk our dogs. Plus it is close to many sightseeing activities in the area. We really enjoyed our stay here and most likely would come back. The only thing holding us back might be how close the full hook up sites are to each other. - akf15e
Nov 2017 - $52.00
I only stayed overnight en route to Williamsburg. This seems like a very lovely park with fully stocked store, well kept grounds, a nice modern playground with huge trampoline. Paved roads. My only complaint is that the roads are a bit narrow and with all the bushes and trees between the sites, it's hard to navigate into the spot. We had a 65' pull through and still needed to maneuver a bit to avoid the patio on one side and bushes on the other. I would stay here again, especially during the summer when the pool is open and there are activities. - cherylbrv
Oct 2017 - $44.00
Check in was fast and easy. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Site was back in, but plenty of room. Site was nearly level, but I did need to build up one side.
The staff helped me arrange for a mobile RV repairman to work on out toilet. He was prompt and did a good job.
WiFi was weak, as is typical for RV parks. Sometimes we could connect and sometimes not. I would assume during busy season WiFi would be non-available. - Tom-MNAK