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6 RV Parks near New Castle, Virginia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of New Castle. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near New Castle in the left hand column.
Feb 2016 - $15.00
The park is a mobile home park and long term RV spots in the back which by the way is a flood plane and in the past six months we were evacuated by the city once. Other than that, the facility is fine but no restrooms or showers. There is a laundry room. The lots are clean and some are shaded, most aren't. I was there six months and all was well until.... I made one simple complaint and I was respectful and simply asked for a correction. The owner freaked and ordered me to leave within 24 hours. I had to pack up in 8 inches of snow. - East TN Camper
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great park close to VA Medical Center. Our GPS could not get us there. Roanoke is Boulevard on the street signs. Use VA as end destination as its on all the maps and the parks is between the VA and the school. Great staff friendly and helpful. - littlegeneral
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Clean, quiet, affordable and well located for visiting Roanoke and Salem Va. This facility is not a 'destination park'. There are no playgrounds or bathhouses. What you get s a clean, quiet pad sight, (most are level). The park is well maintained, and consists primarily of mobile homes and long term RV residents. RV parking is primarily to the back of the park, along a creek. Note that the creek does occasionally overflow its banks, and if staying in the park in times of extended heavy rain, you will want to keep an eye out for flood warnings and be ready to move you unit to higher ground if warranted.
A few of the RV sites can be a bit tricky to get into, especially for a towable, due to carports and mail boxes placed very near the curb.
Good over the air television and Verizon cell signal. Minimal onsite management presence during our stay. Site had 2 18-24 inch wide concrete strips to park on which were long enough for us to park our 40 ft. - Fan Of The Blue Ridge
Mar 2018 - $34.00
Dixie Caverns was a last minute overnight stop for us, and we were glad they could accommodate us since they were pretty well booked up. Our pull-thru site was a bit short, but since we had planned to unhook anyway, that wasn't a problem. There was room enough to park our car cross ways behind the coach though. The sites and roads were a bit muddy, but considering the wet weather conditions at the time of our visit, it wasn't too bad. The full hookups were conveniently placed, and the 50 amp power was strong and stable. Our AT&T and Verizon cell signals were strong, so we didn't try the park WiFi. The satellite view from our site was good, so we didn't connect to the park cable service. There are quite a few stores and restaurants in Salem, about 7 miles away, including several well known chain locations. I don't think this park would work as a long tern stay for us, but it was a convenient stopping point for the night, and we would come back again if the need arose. - NYDutch
Oct 2017 - $38.00
This is just a place to stay. Nothing fancy. The sites are on dirt, not much room between. No amenities. I think for a one night stay it's too much to pay - jcpjane
Aug 2017 - $34.00
We had a pull through so we didn't have to unhook our tow. Which was good since it was raining and we were just there for the night. Sites are close but we've been in tighter ones. Didn't look around or tour the caverns due to the rain. On our way out in the morning we noticed there are quite a few "residents" and a lot of them could use a good clean up of their home and site. Very close to the highway but we use earplugs to sleep when there is a highway that close. So no problem. Ok for a one night stop but that's about it. - Patricia57
Jun 2011 - $8.00
With a 30' Travel trailer we had to search for a site big enough to take us and this park was almost empty. The pull through site was really a wide spot in the road and we were uncomfortably close to what little traffic there was. The site was level side to side but a little steep back to front. We were in site B103. Also the roads through the campground are very narrow. Not a place for big rigs. - shenandoahvalley2
Oct 2005 - $14.00
Nice, quiet no hook-up campground at mile marker 120 on the Blue Ridge Parkway; just outside of Roanoke where all services are available. We only have a 30 ft class A and found that a number of the RV sites were not long enough for us, not sure if any would support big rigs. All sites are paved and level enough to work with. The pull arounds are not very wide and give you the feeling that your slides on the side nearest the road are a bit exposed. We liked site #91, it was level and big enough for the RV and had space for the toad next to it. It was one of the more open sites, most had more tree cover. The bathroom was very clean and basic, it is equiped with a lantern hanger for after hours visits since it has no lights of its own. This was a good campsite, pretty, quiet and well kept, dump station was easy in and out with potable water available at the far end of the dump area. Campground closes the end of Oct. We would stay there again. - mahaffee
Sep 2016 - $12.00
We selected this park because it is a state park and we have a certain expectation regarding them. What a wonderful find! There are only 16 sites and all of them are wooded. We stayed in #15 which is a pull through. It is pretty level which is not the case for some of them but most look good. I was concerned since the newest review I saw was several years old but every thing I read in the previous reviews holds true. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. The location is a few miles off of I-64. The roads are a little curvy and narrow and there is a tunnel you have to go through. I don't think many motor homes could make it. If you have questions, call them. - JBE2016
Sep 2012 - $21.00
Stayed here for 2 delightful nights. Very cool, woodsy and quiet. The park attendant was extremely friendly and helpful. Showers and restrooms were very clean. There are 9 nearby hiking trails including one exercise trail. Would stay again. - toyhome
Oct 2010 - $23.00
Not far from the famous resort of Greenbriar and nestled in verdant forest is this gem of a park. Quiet and peaceful are but a few of the qualities. We were able to travel to other nearby destinations as 64 is just a few miles away. Convenient to White Sulphur Springs, the New River Gorge and Beckley, this a great place to hunker down for a few days or longer. - Beulah
May 2011 - $30.00
To be honest, we were forewarned that this was not a destination campground. It is just a parking spot for people visiting the area. So in that respect it fit the bill, we were there for a Med. School graduation in Lewisburg. We were literally 15-20' from the road, so we felt every vehicle go by, luckily it was not a real busy road. A office was being installed by the friendly working manager & I think he stated it will include restrooms, had none when we were there. Wi-Fi did work & I think there was cable. There are two entrances, but our 32' travel trailer partially blocked one & had to park our long bed CC pick-up next to the fence between the entrances. Had room to load & unload motorcycle & park it next to our camper, not sure if awning could have been fully extended, next trailer was fairly close. Basically gravel RV spots are level, short & narrow, slide was a few feet from stockade fence next to road. It is stated that private land is nearby to ATV. No gate or security, probably not required in this area. - foor
Jul 2010 - $35.00
The park was easy to find and the road to the park is in good condition. The internal park road are poor as are the individual camp sites. There isn't enough water pressure to take a shower. The site are mostly grass mixed with a little rock and they are not level. Pets run loose. The surroundings look like the area is depress as does the camp ground. Several sites had permanent residents. The attendant was friendly and helpful but I would not recommend nor would I stay here again. - flrop