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7 RV Parks near Norton, Virginia
Sep 2010 - $15.00
This park is one of the most beautiful wooded parks I have ever been in, but getting here is pretty rough. The road is very curvy and mountainous with 3 hairpin turns. (We take a 35' TT up here). The upper campground has paved road with open sites (5 only) and a bath house with showers. The views here are amazing. The lower campground with 10 very spacious sites is completely wooded, therefore the views are not as good. Sites are not long, therefore there are only a few that large rigs can fit into. Electric only on the sites, but water is available for fill-up near the dump station in the lower campground. - MerryKalia
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This is a wonderful family owned campground. Our site was small and close to our neighbor. We had the creek running behind us so that was nice. Had cable with 25 channels and wifi that was slow sometimes. There was a great path on the other side of the creek that was close to 5 miles that ran for the most part by the creek. There was a pavilion with picnic tables and rocking chairs and other seats. The bathrooms were first rate always clean and about the best we have experienced in all our years of camping. - alnal90
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We were traveling over Labor Day needing a place to stay for 2 nights on our way to NC. Called the campground and talked to the owner. He had one site left, asked if he needed a credit card he said "Not at all. When can I expect you?" Great service!
Upon arrival we sat at the pavilion and he and other RV'ers gave us some great suggestions for side trips. - Tom and Patty
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Use the entrance closest to town. Interior roads and site drives are gravel. Big rig maneuverability is good. There are strips of grass between you and your neighbor. Power is strong and water pressure is good. Sewer port on the pull-through sites were set back from the pedestal, so you may need a longer hose. Verizon had 2 bars. Satellite TV was no problem at the center sites. Against the hill and on the lower level will probably be hard to get. Owner is very friendly and easy going. - eaglessoc
Sep 2008 - $15.00
We loved the park. Rates are cheap. Park is scenic with the remains of railroad tracks, depot (can't go in it), remains of coal mining operation next door, green grass. If you like a quiet place with ruins & history to explore, this park & whole area has plenty of that. We couldn't get the cable TV to work. We mentioned this to the museum where you register, & they told us to check with City Hall, which we didn't do. There are trees planted in the park, but not big enough to give shade. Also there is no sign out on the road showing the location of the campground! The roads are narrow in that area & there isn't any place to make a turn in a big rig, so we were lucky to find it. There is no bathhouse or office, only the Kentucky Coal Museum where you register. I was also disappointed that the mine tour wasn't open & one of the volunteers said it hadn't been open for a year and a half, & it didn't sound like it was going to be open anytime soon. - beefly
Sep 2006 - $20.00
This is a small park that is located next to the railroad station, on the grounds of what was once Kentucky's largest coal mining operation. The operation ceased in the 1960's and the the area is being preserved in an attempt to allow people to see what an early twentieth century, company owned, mining town was like. They are shortly going to open a section of the mine for tours. The town of Benham, which ajoins Lynch, has a museum that depicts life in a coal mining town. The park is not fancy. The parking pads are gravel with grassy living areas. There are no public restrooms or showers, so tents or pop ups would not be practical. There is no office. There are no entertainment facilities. You register at the coal mining museum in Benham and drive up to Lynch (about a mile). It is simply a place to park while you explore the history of Lynch/Behham coal mining. It is in close proximity to Kingdom Come State park. This park has hiking trails, a fishing lake with paddle boats, and picnic areas with slides and swings for the kids. - D&M
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Another great Virginia State Park, lots of things to see and do, but school has started and pool is only open on weekends, most of the programs are also on the weekends. Trails and the chairlift are open everyday. Nice touch was a paper that listed business nearby with direction and phone numbers. - ragsland
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Beautiful park with large COE-ish sites and plenty of space between sites. Water & electric but no sewer at the site. Ours had trees and brush between sites on the side but the back butted to another site which was vacant. Lovers Leap loop is where we stayed #17. Great cell and hot spot (ATT) reception. Very clean, new shower house. Lovers Leap is the newer loop and the reservable site specific one. The Tunnel is worth seeing. Would definitely return if in the area. - garmp
Oct 2017 - $38.00
I will say I may have rose colored glasses as we stayed here after a week of primitive camping at Shenandoah. The campground is immaculate. Sites on the outer perimeter were widely spaced. Ours had brush/trees between it and the next site. Very quiet. The camp host wasn't around much but the rangers in the info station were very helpful. We went to the 'center' which was a beautiful log home-looking building and were able to use their FAST wi-fi. They also had wi-fi at the campground registration hut which I didn't realize until we were leaving. The tunnel was cool to see and the trails were nice, albeit short. There isn't much in the surrounding area but we would 100% stay here again if traveling through the area. - Harks_723