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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $38.00
Please read the entire review before deciding to camp here. The gated campground was easy to find (adjacent to the Caverns) and well-marked with a beautiful approach toward the Massanutten mountain. The paved parking lot was spacious and fifth-wheel rigs and motorhomes would have no trouble parking while registering. It should be noted that payment for the ENTIRE stay is required UP FRONT. There are over 100 graveled sites here, all are perpendicular to the mountainside and level and roomy. Imagine a giant handprint on the side of mountain with fingers reaching up. There were loops that were roughly like each finger, so you can camp up high or down low. There is at least one hiking trail through the mountain. Each site, however, is lined with large rock and since the campground is in a wooded setting, the chance for seeing snakes is high, especially in summer. In fact, we experienced seeing a RATTLESNAKE that emerged from a site two away from our site; there were many children and a few dogs in the area at that time, so beware! The pool was clean and zero-entry, which was nice for handicapped people. It was adjacent to a sizable building that has a very large theater-type screen for watching sports. There was also a good-sized fish pond at the bottom of the mountain that was out of sight of the campground itself. There were plenty of 30 and 50-amp connections and water was easy to hook up to. There was no Wi-Fi available. Walking or motoring up and down the mountain to get from the sites to the amenities proved to be a problem for us. Also, we had to use 4WD to pull into our sites, but that is not required for most of the sites there. The pool house and the bathrooms were clean and on the whole, the campground was well looked-after. Trash pickup was a plus. Finally a word about the management. First, I asked about snakes before making two reservations-one for four days and one for a month. I was told they had seen no poisonous snakes that year. Since then I found out that that particular mountain is known for the large number of copperheads and rattlesnakes its habitat supports. Second, my husband was diagnosed with a terminal illness from which he died seven weeks later—during the month we were planning to camp. Soon after the diagnosis, I approached management in person to politely request a refund—at least a partial one—under the circumstances. Not only did they not refund a penny, but they never even communicated with me after my request-either by phone or in writing. The campsite is owned by a parent company out of New York, and the actions, or lack thereof, were their decision. Two other camping couples who came with us told us they’d never go back to this campground due to the snake problem. (They did not know about my husband at the time we camped). We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Bring a snakebite kit.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $46.00
Nice campground with a variety of sites and settings. We paid $46 per night, including their "cancellation assurance" option. It is hilly, which makes for a somewhat eclectic set up, but gives it some charm as well. Roads and sites are gravel, but was not an issue for our 34 foot travel trailer and two wheel drive truck. A few sites will need some leveling adjustments, but our site (E45) was perfectly level. Sites are generally spacious; the higher up the mountain, the more spacious they seem to be--though section B is generally lower, flatter, and spacious as well. Utilities worked fine, though the wifi was slow so we used an AT&T hotspot without issue. No cable and we didn't attempt antenna TV reception, though there were several rigs with portable satellite dishes out. Apple TV through our hotspot worked fine. Bathhouses were clean and newly refurbished, washers/dryers were available at $1.50 each, though we didn't use them. We enjoyed two local golf courses: Shenvalee (very nice course, beautifully maintained, $43) and Packsaddle (challenging layout, but maintenance lacking, $46). New market has a number of shops and a small grocery. Harrisonburg has all the main chain stores as well as two microbreweries. We would stay here again. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
Rate reflects Passport America. We only stayed one night. So it's a bit hard to rate all the amenities. The place seems new. Roads and sites are gravel. Site are level, roads are hilly. Good power, good water pressure. The road is a bit narrow coming in, but the tress are cleared back and high. If we come back to this area to sight-see we'd come here again. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $45.00
A very nice campground. Large sites, lots of trees, well laid out. Good Wi-Fi, no cable, but decent over air reception with careful positioning of antenna. Great staff, helpful in every way. The caverns were fantastic. Good location for visiting the area. Anecdotally, the best choice in the area. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
Glad I read previous review regarding which exit to take. GPS said to use 264. Previous reviewer said exit 257. I called office and he said to use exit 269 from 81 southbound. Use exit 257 if northbound. Exit 264 will take you through town with tight turns. Campground is easy to find. The entry drive to the campground is gorgeous . The office is up a hill but we didn't have any trouble. Check-in was quick and friendly, and we were escorted to our site. We opted to pay for one night and extend if we liked it. We did and extended for 2 more nights. We requested a level, satellite-friendly site. Our site was level for the most part and our friend's was not. Sites and roads are gravel. They are up a steep road but we had no problem in our 43 foot with tow attached. Wi-Fi worked well most of the time. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Campground is terraced with pretty stone in between sites. We enjoyed seeing deer a couple of times. There's an Italian restaurant that delivers to the campground, otherwise it's a short drive to a decent home cooking restaurant and also a good Mexican restaurant. This campground would be a 10 if there were more level sites and either cable or more satellite access. My friends were only able to receive 3 local air channels. They honor Passport America for one night. Not a bad home base to see the area. We drove to Luray Caverns and Skyline drive. Highly recommend both. I would stay here again. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $47.00
It is easy to find. When we arrived we were greeted by friendly staff. We got an escort to our site. The site was level and clean. They are little close but that wasn't an issue for us. They even have lighted electrical boxes if you get there after dark. Wi-Fi signal was strong was easy to connect to. We arrived after a long travel day. It was rainy so we didn't want to cook. They told us about a local place that delivered right to the campsite. The food was good and great prices. Since we were there just 1 night we did use the bathhouse- it was very clean and neat. We did the tour of the caverns - you get a discount on it. The tour was nice. We we would stay there again. Price is with Good Sam discount and taxes. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $45.00
We were looking for an overnight stay off of i-81N, Wow what a nice campground. This is only a few minutes off the highway down some very easy streets. I was towing a 34ft travel trailer and had no trouble getting to it or getting into the campground. We were greeted by cheerful desk clerk and after driving 8 1/2 hours it was nice to see a friendly face. They gave us a nice escort even though we picked a pull through site. The site was level. This is a beautiful campground in a wooded environment. Just keep in mind they don't have cable. We were in E section and the WiFi worked great. We walked our dog around the park and the sites are all a big with lots of room in between. Overall we will plan to stay again when travelling. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
A beautiful wooded mountain setting with large gravel sites that were fairly level. Helpful staff directed us to our site and guided us in. We would come back here again it is a quiet serene setting. Lighted electrical boxes. Everything was working fine. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $35.00
This park is very beautiful, sites are up the side of a mountain, some sites are not level but most are workable. We were here early in the season and not all amenities were open. Staff very friendly and the caverns were very nice and worth it. We would stay here again when in the area. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $36.00
A beautiful place to spend the night, with scenery and ambiance that took me back decades. Still, it is clean and well put together. Our site was big, though unlevel, and all hookups worked great. Wi-Fi signal was strong and, maybe because we were one of the few in the park, fairly fast (there is only so much bandwidth to go around, so more people equals less for you). I almost surprisingly had no trouble getting into the site, and I did it in a 45 foot bus towing a full size pickup. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $35.00
We found this to be a lovely campground in a beautiful mountain setting. The entrance is well marked and it has a great paved entrance road. We were greeted by the very friendly and efficient staff and were escorted to our site which was a perfectly level, clean pull-thru site with utilities in good working order. The sites, here, are set off from each other giving a nice secluded feeling of privacy in a lovely wooded setting. The campground is set into a mountainside and therefore the access roads have a relatively steep grade but we negotiated them with a fully loaded 33 foot fifth wheel without any problem. We were only there for 2 nights but hope to return for a longer stay in the future. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $38.00
The steep uphill check-in was bad; you stop in a parking lot with many cars. This could be bad during busy time since you have to turn around in the lot to get to the site. We were not greeted. The assigned pull thru site was too short with the tow attached and we were not able to sewer connect after getting the tow off the street. Site was not level and the sites in front of us, the people could not get level. We were offered our money back if not happy. Looked at other sites and they are not level. Would not come back. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $35.00
When we arrived, we were greeted by a friendly and efficient staff that had our registration all set up and waiting for us. In just a couple of minutes, we were escorted to our site. The park roads are gravel, but are well maintained and smooth. Our pull through site was level, and quite roomy, so getting in and set up was easy. The entire park appeared to be well kept, and laid out so there were no challenging turns, etc. The only negative was that the Wi-Fi was somewhat spotty, but that may have been the result of a lot of rainy weather. All in all, it was a good experience and we would certainly stay there again if we get back to that area. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $21.00
This appears to be an older park that has had some upgrades as it is now affiliated with NASCAR. Its about 5 or 6 miles from I-81, and use exit 257 unless you want to drive through downtown New Market and make tight turns. We called ahead for reservation with no problems. The camp host met us at the office as it had closed when we arrived, and escorted us to our site. Sites are on the hillside (this is the mountains) and were not very level, though we did manage. We had a pull through 50 amp FHU site. Utilities were easy to use and worked well. Wi-Fi worked well, and Verizon signal was strong. I would stay here again. Rate shown is PA rate. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
This is 2nd time here & still didn't like it. Too many hills on gravel road which are very slippery & dusty & not good for bikes or handicap scooters. Need tow car to get around. Nice big sits but Site 48 has dangerous stump which everyone tripped on until moved chair to cover. Some sites needed weed whacking. Not much grass for dogs. No antenna TV reception & no cable tv. Trouble with satellite because of trees. WiFi good. Nice view of mts. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Bring a snakebite kit.notahappycamper-1 • February 2015
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