6 Parks near Mineral, Virginia
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Sites were very small and had a severe slope. Dirt sites, no gravel. One shower facility with 3 showers for a 200 campsites. Second bath house had no hot water and was very dirty. No fire ring. I had to go searching for large rocks to make a fire ring. Dump station was overflowing. Dog droppings all over the place. I wouldn't stay here ever again. - GoLittleGuy
May 2012 - $36.00
Super crowded over memorial day weekend - to be expected - playground very packed all weekend. I met some nice people there though. The boat launch is available for 10 dollars for the whole weekend. They have a small swim area on lake for the kids - crowded, but still okay - fairly safe. Sites for non-seasonal are a little too small for campers longer than 25 or so feet. Our friends could not open their awning and one guy across from us had to stick out in the road to open his slide out. I had a golf cart and since I am handicap and had proof, it was allowed. another fellow was told to put his cart back on his truck without handicap proof. I don't know what their issue is with gold carts. the staff use them and I saw the lady who owns it driving around on one too. My mom had to pay $5 a day to visit, and her truck was hit in the over fill parking lot - of course no one left a note to claim responsibility. We had sewer, but could not hook up to it because of the position of our camper on the site. We had to angle it so we did not stick out in the road. Sites are kind of crappy when it comes to length and width. we do plan to return for labor day because it is a good place to launch our boat, close to my son's home, and we are meeting friends there, but we reserved a spot on a hill in the open so we won't have problems fitting our 40 foot travel trailer in the spot. There are a ton of seasonal sites, some very old campers, but the sites are actually well kept even though campers are old. They had activities like music each holiday weekend night. They had a nice stocked store. I went night fishing; caught a lot of catfish. If you like people, boats, water, kids, nice people, lots of activities, this campground is for you. - Tinkielynn
Jun 2011 - $35.00
Gravel sites, not terrible, but be sure to bring lots of lumber for leveling. The sites are pretty doggone tight. The bathrooms and showers were reasonably clean, most of the time. We really liked the little beach area for the grandson. Biggest complaint was the water service. They did some maintenance work while we were there and didn't bother to notify anyone that the water would be turned off. When it was turned back on, it flowed absolutely black for a while. If it was me, I'd let people know. - myway2rv
Jul 2016 - $23.00
This is an older campground with a lot of older trailers with what seems to be permanent residents. Hook ups are set in not so useable places. - Dotty Weis
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Very large nice family campground up in the hills. Gravel roads and gravel sites with full hookups or water/electric. Both open sky and wooded sites. Sites level but narrow. OK for big rigs. Stayed in red premium site #9. Nice family pool, playground, bounce pillow, lake with beaches and fishing. On-site laundry. OK cell and over-the-air TV, very good cable and free secured but weak WiFi. Nice clubhouse and small store. Kids activities on weekends. 10 miles to Walmart and restaurants. Staff very helpful and friendly. Passport America discount only during valid weekdays though Passport America web site states no restrictions. Will stay again. - Pepper Dan
Jul 2016 - $60.00
The campground is an older campground. The sites are close together. Wifi was ok. Cable TV was a little fuzzy. Kids really enjoyed swimming in the lake. - jrhaze
Aug 2016 - $57.00
97 degrees and no shade! There weren't any trees around and we had asked for a site with shade. It was an unlevel, cement slab. There was a grill and a table with 4 chairs.
Thought the price was quite high, but they were the only accommodations we could get at the time. - har-fl
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We have been camping here for ten years. In those years we have seen the new campsites, yurts and some cabins built as well as the general store and two pools.
Many of the reviewers have mentioned coming into the park in the dark. Just don't do it. It is true, in the dark the road signs are hard to read. Easy to do in daylight.
Poor internet is the biggest drawback to this park but using our booster works well.
We have often told other RVers that this is one of our favorite parks ever as a family who has camped for 30 years. What we have seen during our July 2016 stay is that cut corners in service and maintenance are showing. I still recommend staying for the large, well-equipped sites, the views and the amenities. - 12858
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. The sites are all concrete with outdoor sinks and gas grill. CATV is good. WIFI was spotty. There was hardly anyone in the campground. Very quiet. Free washer and dryers! - jrhaze
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We had come in and booked for two nights. Once we were there we realized it was not going to be for us. No level ground, no sewer, place was a mess and had cats running all over the place. We stayed one night because we had family that stayed in tents. We asked for a refund for the second night but they said they dont do refunds only gives rain checks. I will be giving those to someone else because we are not going back. - HeatherRVing
Aug 2008 - $31.00
Let's start with the pluses: great people to deal with, easy choice of sites, wonderful tenting areas, right on an arm of Lake Anna, staff quick to help and correct problems (just tell them the restroom is dirty and it's tended), well stocked camp store, great views and good water with mini-beach areas for swimming. We checked out the area before deciding to spend a weekend and are not sorry we did. Met great folks, had relaxing time, and enjoyed ourselves. Now for the minuses: few level sites for RVs, hookups shared with others, dump station on top of hill, road in to campground (and up to dump site) could be improved, some campers let dogs run and leave messes where ever, electric box had no breaker plus boxes were older and loose, a few folks were not observant of quiet hours. In summary, this is a rustic site with many seasonal/permanent trailers (at the back of the property) where they welcome you and you can relax. But do NOT expect state park level sites with well maintained hook-ups. If you are into tenting, this is DEFINITELY a place to consider. If you have a larger RV, you might want to look first. The pictures in the web site are excellent and very representative of what we experienced. We would go back on a non-holiday week or weekend to enjoy the people, the lake and the ambiance. - Too-wow
Jun 2016 - $47.00
We had an extended stay at Cozy Acres while moving between Blacksburg and Chesterfield. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. No loud parties or no rude neighbors, everyone we met were friendly. At 10:00 PM the place was quiet and peaceful. The only downside was the Wi-Fi service, which was only available near the office. - Bburgbrewer
Jun 2016 - $47.00
We drove all day from Pennsylvania to get to this place west of Richmond, VA because the comments were good on various websites. We don't select RV parks based on amenities like fishing, swimming, and photos of kids eating ice cream. Our most important criteria is the condition and positioning of the pad we request and are assigned. Here we requested a site clear of trees so our satellite dish would work and were assured from the site we were assigned that it would. Not so. The trees were too dense and too tall. Perhaps once upon a time when the trees were smaller satellite reception was possible, but not now. There were plenty of open pads and I suppose we could of have moved around until we found one with a clear view to the SW, but it had been a long day.
The roads are all dusty gravel and the pads dirt. The pads once had gravel but it is long gone, and all pads we saw would be gooey mud in rain or even days after rain. Our pad was dry, but there was evidence that it had flooded recently.
On the positive, the staff was friendly and the place clean and green. We intended to stay 2-3 days, but given the condition of the park we left the next morning. - Joe67
May 2016 - $50.00
We were really looking for a site in Shenandoah National Park but everything was full. This was the only site we could find anywhere around for Memorial Day weekend. It seemed that there were a lot of groups here and we were just a single family. I guess if you were in one of the "groups" it would be great. - pinesman
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Stayed 3 days mid-week in one of the 23 Electric & Water sites when the campground was perhaps two-thirds full. There are an equal number of No-Hookup sites in another loop, as well as some Tent-Only sites. There are quite a few cabins available for non-RVers, too. Most of the sites are back-ins on the edge of the campground road, with a few pull-thru sites in the center. Sites appeared level, with considerable shade, and enough vegetation to provide good separation from neighboring sites. The camping pad is gravel, and pretty long - I had about 90 feet and many appeared comparable. The large fire ring & picnic table area is light-colored, densely-packed pebbles. The bathouse was pretty clean, as were the 4 spacious individual shower rooms on the back. Plenty of hot water & good pressure. Bathouse also has laundry facilities, although I did not use them. The map says the paved trail to the lake is half a mile, but it seemed a bit longer. You can also bike or drive. The lake area has a nice sandy beach (with lifeguards), snack bar, playground & gift shop. Gets quite a few day use visitors, too. Had enough cell phone service via AT&T to use the hotspot for Internet without any problem. Got a few over-the-air TV stations, too. Overall, Lake Anna was similar to the other Virginia State Parks I've stayed at, and that's pretty good. - NoVa RT
Oct 2013 - $27.00
Nice new park with wide paved campground roads with both back in and pull through sites. Bath house was like new and in the style of newly renovated VA State Parks. Laundry facilities provided in one of the two bath houses. RV sites were large, well separated, and generally level but still needed blocking to level our RV. Some pull through sites were runoff rutted. Plan to arrive early to pick your best unoccupied site. Lots of trails to hike. Camped mid week and only two of the 23 RV sites occupied. Will definitely be back. - HR52
Nov 2012 - $19.00
Very nice, newer State Park. 50% disabled veteran discount (very appreciated). Sites have good water and electric, and the dump site is clean and well kept (no sewer at camp sites). Situated next to lovely Lake Anna. Probably very busy in summer, so you may have to reserve. - Travelin' Harrells