Onancock Virginia Campgrounds
5 RV Parks near Onancock, Virginia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Onancock. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Onancock in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $72.00
Met family here and had adjacent "buddy" campsites. Large, concrete pad pull throughs near a new pool and snack bar facility. Beautiful facility. Park personnel were friendly, courteous, and helpful. Only downside were the mosquitos in the morning and evening. Campground personnel sprayed the area regularly trying to maintain control. Convenient to Chincoteaque and Wallops Island. - Underlog
Jul 2017 - $56.00
Very nice clean friendly park. We had cable, wifi good at times but not consistent. The sites were roomy and we were by the newly constructed pool and recreation area which was very nice. Park is on the water so can launch a boat etc. A little out of the way but preferred to staying at Chincoteague Island for pony swim etc. - LJC
Oct 2016 - $58.00
Nice, family oriented RV park! Easy check-in. You always get a personal escort to your site and a guide to help you park. Lots of activities to chose from. Well-stocked camp store. - beachcamper5
Jul 2016 - $11.00
Very large park with paved main roads, gravel site roads and grass sites, gated entry, club house, pool, and rec room. Private boat launch and pier which is dry at low tide. Most sites are back in, long and spacious. Only a dozen sites have sewer. Water is between two sites so both need 50 feet of hose and entire sections of shaded sites have no water available. Showers and toilets are 200 yards from sites. The dump station hose is broken at top of stand pipe so you and the rig get a shower but nothing comes out of the rinse hose and there is no faucet to use your own hose, so the dump station is a toxic waste site. Weak and slow free Wi Fi only in rec room. Land area is very large and ½ mile from gate to sites another ½ miles from sites to pool and rec room. No store on site, 8 miles to small store and 20 miles to Walmart. No cable and only a few over the air TV stations. No access to water or any beach. Another TT park continuing its downhill slide. Only about 1/3 of original sites active, all others abandoned and utilities non-functioning. Active sites well maintained. Have both open and wooded (no water) sites. Last 5 miles to park on narrow paved road. Staff nice and helpful, but will not return. - Pepper Dan
May 2016 - $49.00
We chose this campground because we wanted to see what a Thousand Trail campground was like to decide if we wanted to buy one of their passes.
The majority of the park had no electric. The office staff, who was very nice, said it was because of all the recent rain they had. However, I'm not sure if that was accurate since all of the boxes were wire-tied shut and had a "X" painted in red on the cover.
We had reserved a 50-amp site and upon our arrival were given the choice of a 50 amp site that we would have to park in the adjacent street or a 30-amp site that we could pull into. We chose the 30-amp.
The picnic table was in poor condition, and the barbecue grill was rusted and had holes in the bottom.
The campground was mostly empty, although there were a few travel trailers on our row that seemed to be seasonal and no one using them when we were there. - Our rv journey
Aug 2015 - $3.00
This is an old park but kept as nice as possible with little to work with. It is quiet, staff is friendly and helpful. The Family Center is bare, but does provide a slow free WiFi signal. There is a view of the ocean, though it is not accessible. The park is quiet and peaceful. There are sand fleas that are annoying, at least in August. I had several bites that have been hard to get rid of. The restrooms have many little green frogs in the shower area but they are harmless. The park is down a long road and the inner roads are gravel. This is not a busy park, but great for rest and relaxation. We chose a site under trees but there were some out in the open. - dldw1954
Jun 2017 - $16.00
We stayed 3 nights at Janes Island SP and had a very pleasant experience. Our sight was right on the river separating the mainland from the island, it was clean and flat. Note that water and sewer are not at the sites, only electricity, however, water faucets and restrooms are plentiful. There is a very nice marina with kayak & canoe rentals. The 'island' is essentially an uninhabited (by humans) marsh in the Chesapeake Bay. There are marked kayak trails throughout the island. We rented a tandem kayak and managed to get lost but eventually made it back. Fishing, crabbing, kayaking and canoeing are prime activities. The terrain is flat and the roads are bicycle friendly as well. There is a camp store and activity center with great activities for youngsters. - johnp271
Apr 2017 - $29.00
This was our first state park experience We were pleasantly surprised. Campsite was easy to get into not too crowded. Restrooms were clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. It was off season but perfect for us. Enjoyed the trails and walking along the docks. Want to return and trying kayaking the water trails. - mrndly
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Rate includes the booking fee. Nice park with nicely separated sites. typical pine forest seashore campground. Not friendly to really big rigs as roads are tight. we were OK with a 35' with tow but have to hit some corners just right to make it and ended up disconnecting part way in. All sites are back in. Bath house was in good shape. Water points were in the center of the loop and a bit inconvenient. Dump station is a tight fit for a big rig and we chose wait until the next park. Nature Center is great for kids and adults. Kayaking is a must here as the "land side" where the campground is just the tip of the park. Most is only accessible by boat and human powered versions are better than motors. Canal that separates the land side form the island side can be busy with boats and jet skis but not a bother. Green spotted flies were beastly. Season runs June-July and we were in the middle of it. They were well controlled in the campground but lay in wait for you when you tried to walk the roads or trails. DEET is a must. Once Green flies are done then apparently mosquitoes start up in Aug-Sep so come prepared. No bug issues out on the water. The town of Crisfield is a couple of minutes away and has all necessary services. - HR52
Jul 2017 - $5.00
My brother-in-law and sister own a place in Trails End. We (my family) come down and stay with them quite a bit. The problem with Trails End the bath houses are sooooo nasty. Even the one as soon as you come in. Washer/dryers are nasty, the bathroom/shower itself are horrible. Toilets don't flush. Every bath house I have been into have rust on the doors inside, mirrors have film on them and the showers, oh, the showers. I wouldn't give my dog a bath in the showers. (The one where the marina was has been fixed up.) They need to spend some money in the bath houses instead of having bands every weekend and put the money in the bath houses. - 22786
Sep 2016 - $1.00
We have owned in Trails End ever since it opened (1979-80ish give or take). At that point they were owned by Sea Side Properties and was not run by a board of directors. I have to say when Sea Side was in control the place was run much better because they had properties to sell so of course in their best interest it was ideal to keep its appearance well kept and tidy.
The good- you can find various lots for sale. Some are abandoned with decrepit rv's, sheds, etc on them, some have houses on them, some are empty lots that you can do what you want with from scratch. Lots are not overpriced in here, you do pay annual dues and water but you OWN the lot. There is no lot rent here. Here you can buy a lot at a tax auction for as low as 2k, put an rv on it and boom there you have it. A cheap piece of property you can utilize for the purpose of vacationing as little or as much as you want all year long.
The bad- in past years mosquito control was better but this year it was awful. I wish it was legal to utilize straight lime as that will kill most bugs but unfortunately it's bad for pets. The board of directors was extremely chinzy and cheap in regards to this so the mosquitos and biting flies made it unbearable to be outdoors a whole lot this year. The maintenance crew did a fairly good job on keeping the bath houses clean and I was even happy to see my bath house redone after 40 plus years. I was truly amazed and didn't see that coming but thank you b.o.d for taking care of this, I guess better late then never. Considering this year some board members are out (thank you dear sweet baby Jesus) I will hold a positive and optimistic outlook. - Laura Chirichella
Oct 2009 - $1.00
Very nice well maintained TT park. Large spacious flat sites. Shady with lots of trees. Wi-Fi is super here. Best of all the TT parks I've stayed at. TV is a problem if you don't have a satellite dish. If you have trouble getting any stations, rotate your antenna 180 degrees and re-scan. Putting the mast on the opposite side of the trailer helped, but still only can get one major station. Got 14 other public TV stations. All in all though, it's not a deal breaker. Nice views if you want river front, or lake front. Huge Olympic size pool for summer. - diamondg
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We have come here off and on for 15 years, and nothing has changed. The reservation and registration process is archaic. Reservations must be mailed in with a check for deposit. NO CREDIT CARDS are taken online or on site. The staff doesn't seem to know what sites are taken and which campers are where, probably because they rely on a handwritten index card system for registration. As well, the staff is rude and unhelpful: the only thing that actually has changed in 15 years.
We come back because it is the only campground we have found on Chincoteague with true waterfront sites. Otherwise, we would go elsewhere. Too close to the water for sewer. Bring honey wagon.
Bring cash or a checkbook. Credit cards are not accepted. - tiredsahm
Oct 2016 - $52.00
This huge campground is located right on Assateague Channel, we had a clear view of the lighthouse and saw ponies grazing across the channel. Many campsites have a view of the water. The actual waterfront sites are only water/electric. There are full hook-up sites just across the road from many of them. The park only takes cash/checks. They do not accept reservations by phone. For advanced reservations, you print out a form from their website and mail it in with a check. Even then, you can not reserve a specific site. We called at the last minute and they said they had plenty of room for drive-ins, and they did. We drove in and chose our site, and then told the folks in the office where we were. We were among 4 campers in our section during the week, and 20 more joined us on the weekend. The section we were in could accommodate 60 or 70. Your utilities may be on the "other" side depending on what site you are in, so bring long hoses, etc. The firewood was reasonably price, and dry and easy to burn. Bring a fire ring if you have one, it you don't campers have built rings out of bricks and blocks. We 'borrowed' ours from an unoccupied site. It is a lovely park with friendly and helpful staff. We definitely plan to return here. - ShoreXplorers
May 2016 - $57.00
Campground looks a little rough when you first drive in as there are a lot of run-down full time sites. Staff was helpful and allowed me to choose the site we wanted. there was a lot of rain prior to our arrival and the sites were a little muddy. Our site was across from the fishing pier and there was no one in front so we had great views of the water and lighthouse. - Our rv journey