1 Park near Louisa, Virginia
May 2016 - $34.00
Our third weekend of camping in a row took us to Small Country Campground. A pig roast for all campers that weekend is what attracted us, but it turned out to be just some BBQ, that was just OK, and a few sides. They actually ran out of food!
People there were friendly, but the campground itself was just OK.
They would only honor Passport America on Thursday night, even though their listing shows no weekend restriction, and then because of that one night discount they wanted to charge us for the "pig roast" at 12 a head. They seemed very confused.
The sites were OK, the one we ended up in was a decent size pull through with good water and electric. Many sites were very, very close together, most were not even close to level. All sites and roads are gravel, very few pull thru, most are back in sites (we were on a corner, it pulled through across the corner).
The bath house was dated but very clean, but showers offered very little hot water. Pool was already open for the season and looked nice, and they had a very nice mini golf course, one of the best I have seen at a campground. I don't know that we would return to this campground. - Cyclonic
Oct 2015 - $35.00
This is a large family-owned campground built on a beautiful 25 acre lake. It has many campsites and several long-term campers but it offers so much to do. Although it was not swimming season, the lake has 2 very nice white sandy beaches and a large pool. Our son had a blast on the "jumping pillow." Because it was Halloween weekend, they had many special activities for the children including a hayride and haunted house. They also had putt-putt golf, a small store and a large playground. We had a nice super-site, Yellow 3, so wifi and cable were included in the price. The owners and manager were very friendly and we enjoyed our stay very much. - Jeni
Oct 2015 - $26.00
This is a reasonably nice campground, with some neat features if you have kids. The air-pillow is a ton of fun for younger kids, and we used it on near daily basis. It was too cold to get in the water while we were there, but they also have some "toys" out in the lake that the younger crowd will enjoy. The mini-golf course is pretty great, but kind of pricey ($5 per person). The sites are reasonably spaced. Most include picnic tables, and a few have fire rings. - JPen365