1 Park near Powhatan, Virginia
Aug 2015 - $47.00
We decided to go here on the way to our river rafting trip. I'm glad we did! We have found another beautiful campground. The campground doesn't offer a lot of activities for the kids. However if you want a place to sit back and read a book, this is it. We arrived on a Saturday. There were a few campers there. Sunday came and most of the left. We had the whole campground to ourself. There was probably only 10 campers there. We will go back again. - jrhaze
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Very nice little family-run park. They were scrambling to clean up after a big storm hit a day or so before we arrived, with lots of downed trees and limbs, and washed-out roads and spaces. If coming from the south, don't trust your mapping software, or else you'll end up taking the extreme "scenic route." You want to come in on US-60 to the north, and then head south on SR-627 Ridge Rd. to the site.
They have a really nice office with a little snack bar area (closed when we were there), which has a separate room with a pool table and more. Also, kids will enjoy all of the playground equipment, and there are two ponds on the property, plus a really nice pool. This park is out in the woods, so you'll have a good night's sleep (unless severe thunderstorms - the rule vs. the exception during our stay - happen to hit).
We'd easily stay here again if ever in the area. - coffeetime
Aug 2013 - $45.00
We stayed for a couple of nights to check out our 5th wheel before heading out on a longer trip. It's hard to rate the campground as it seems half way between a campground and an RV resort, but without really being very good at either. Restrooms have stalls that are too small, old showers, and are too few for the number of people if the campground is at all full. For a camping experience, the campsites are too close together and there isn't much else to do except wander around some ponds. For those looking for resort amenities, you have to put up with campfire smoke coming from right next door, gravel sites, no good restaurants nearby, and contrived activities that seem very dated. It is also very expensive. If it had been half the cost, then it would be a good value, but at this price we've come to expect more. For camping, the state parks are a better deal and have a lot more space between campsites along with hiking and more outdoor activities. Satellite signal is very difficult to acquire. For an RV resort, better to head somewhere else to get your money's worth. - GAnnie