Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice campground, super quiet at night, but pretty expensive for a rural park near no attractions and without cable and internet. AT&T cell service very poor, if any signal at all. Pool was nice, but dirty during our overnight stay. Easy access to and in the park with our larger sized RV, if you follow directions on their website. Would stay again only if we had to be near something specific in the area, otherwise its way too expensive for a campground with limited amenities and no nearby attractions. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Just got back from staying at this campground this past weekend. Very nice, family owned campground. The staff in the store are very friendly. Campground does require a $10 deposit if you would like a key card. You do not need one if you will not be going out after the store closes. You do get the deposit back at the end of the stay. Sites are a good size and level with a brick patio. Very nice playground area, pool very clean. Not a lot of campers this weekend so park was quiet. The kids enjoyed fishing in the catfish pond and caught a 7 sunfish and a trout. You do have to pay to fish in the pond, but you will catch fish. They also have 2 catch and release ponds. Sunday they hosted a pancake breakfast for Father's Day. Very nice and organized. Make sure if you did get a key card to not leave until 10am when the store is open to get your deposit back. Looking forward to returning to this campground later this summer. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Travel Trailer.
The park is in the country on a farm or family owned land, so not many campers. Roads and sites are gravel and tight for a Motor home. Plenty of shade and utilities are up to spec, but bring your water regulator. The park is on a hillside and sites are mostly level, but I had to block the front tires. We weren't there long enough to use the facilities. I didn't feel welcome from the staff, but that could be the personality of folks in these parts. Wifi didn't work, no cable, cash/checks only and it's hard to find a satellite thru the trees. Someone said it and I'll reiterate NOTE...your GPS could direct you the long route. It's much easier to stay on 60, go west of HWY 13 and turn south on Ridge road. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $41.00
Clean campground, nice club house, bathrooms were not too clean, store was good, employees unorganized but friendly. Credit card was accepted for deposit, but not for final payment, if you were with a camp group. Only cash or checks were accepted. Have never heard of that by a campground before. Good thing we had some cash on us. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $32.00
Nice campground with a good play area for kids and a pool. Good level, shaded sites with nice brick patio areas and a fire ring. Close enough to Richmond for good antenna reception on TV. This is a great place to just get away and fish in the ponds or read and relax. Liked it well enough that we are planning to go back Labor Day weekend. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $43.00
Pretty, well maintained campground. Long level gravel sites with patio on super sites. Catfish ponds where our Golden enjoyed a swim. Clean bathrooms. Lots of facilities for kids: pool, playground. Camp store well stocked with RV supplies. Good over the air TV reception from both Charlottesville and Richmond. Long walk to bathroom and Wi-Fi hotspot at the office. Slow Wi-Fi. Friendly staff. Several campers were here because of no power at home after Hurricane Irene. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed for the holiday weekend. Very friendly staff. Very cute camp store & little cafe. Sites were clean & spacious. Nice & quiet mom & pop type campground. The boys had fun fishing even though they didn't catch many fish! The pool was adequate be sure to take a chair with you. Fireworks were great and the firetruck ride was a big hit. Bath houses are dated, but clean & adequate. Would camp there again. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice, family oriented campground. Very nice owners were outgoing and willing to help your stay be as enjoyable as possible. Large site, mostly pull throughs. Enough space between sites so you are not crammed in like other campgrounds. Like the 2009 review, not much has changed, except they are adding some more sites. Those will possibly have gazebo's on each site. A wonderful campground worth checking out. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $45.00
Cozy Acres campground is in Powhatan Virginia, just off of Route 60 on the south western side of Richmond. With the new I-895 bypass to the east of Richmond, it is extremely convenient to I-95 via I-295 east and directly off of I-64 east of the Capital City. The RV sites are level left to right and provide enough length to assure easy leveling front to back - even though the site entrance and exit may be inclined. All of the sites are long enough to allow on-site parking for both a 40 foot trailer and the disconnected tow vehicle. Most of the sites have flagstone patios, full hookups, shade trees and a beautiful view of the rolling farm land and ponds. Some of the sites include special amenities, such as one with a covered deck and swing. But, the additional cost of these features can add as much as $20 to your nightly camping bill. Cozy Acres is smack dab in the middle of a working farm, so you can expect farm animals to grace your view of the scenic pastures. There are three ponds around the campground, two of which are fairly large. The smaller pond is a catch and release fishing spot with an island complete with an access bridge and gazebo. We noted numerous children delighting in catching Sunfish and Bluegill around the banks of the pond. The two larger ponds require a permit for fishing, which can be bought at the camp store. One of the ponds features an old steel bridge across the creek at the mouth. I was told these ponds are regularly stocked with bass and catfish. The weekend we camped there was their annual Oktoberfest celebration. The campground provided a huge pot of delicious home cooked chili and beverages. The campers each brought a side dish. There was enough food to feed an army. There was a bluegrass gospel group, Glory Road, which entertained us during our dinner. It was a really fun event The “club house” is a huge pole barn complete with kitchen and gobs of antique farm equipment on display. All over the campground the owners have displayed an array of antique equipment typical of the farm community during the past century. Cider mills, presses, copper tub gas powered washing machines, old saws, bottles and even a nearly perfectly preserved Ford Pinto. The camp store is well stocked with RV accessories and often needed food products. They even have a late 50’s era fire truck that they give both oldsters and youngsters alike a ride around the campground. Sometimes we don’t go camping to do something – we go so we can do nothing. It was an extremely enjoyable and relaxing weekend. We will go there again. We were sitting out under our awning around a campfire with some newly found friends as darkness arrived. The sunset over the little pond in front of us was awe inspiring. If you are coming through Richmond, Virginia, and want a camping spot for a night or two you might want to check this one out. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This has got to be one of our favorite campgrounds by far. We only stayed two nights while visiting the Richmond area and wished we could have stayed a little longer! After camping in the hustle and bustle of the DC area this was a welcome break! The grounds are very well maintained by the owners and it's obvious they take pride in the facilities. It is very quiet as they are not close to a highway. We were there during the week so it was not crowded at all. The sites are very spacious with brick patios and fire rings. My kids loved the fishing ponds which were beautiful. The owners son brought us along to feed the catfish and the kids still talk about it. We also learned how to talk to the cows in the pasture! I had a nice conversation with the owners on our second night and really enjoyed their company. The camp store is very nice with loads of antiques and collections. The only thing that would make this a ten for me would be Wi-Fi and cable right at my rig. Other than that this has been our favorite stop from Arizona to Maryland and we will find a reason to return. Highly recommended for relaxation or visiting Richmond/Appomattox area. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Motorhome.
We came here with our Good Sam chapter. As stated before, the location is off the beaten path, and there are no attractions in the immediate area. We wanted to relax, and it was perfect for that. The campground was clean, well laid out, and attractive. The campstore is adorable, decorated with antiques. They have a small cafe in the store, and we got the milkshakes, which were yummy. Made the old-fashioned way. (Try the chocolate/kahlua shake: non-alcoholic and delicious!) I took points off for the high price and lack of some amenities: Wi-Fi, cable, and there is poor cell service at the campground. They also charge $10 for a security gate card, which is refunded upon departure. There are no discounts offered, except for FMCA, and you need to pay in cash to get that. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park just outside of Richmond. It is a reasonable 18 mile or so commute but very quiet. There are no trains or planes or highway noise. They DO have wireless internet, and it is free, but you have to get the login username and password from them. They say it's only at the camp store which is where I used it from, but I'd be very surprised if you couldn't get a usable signal from much of the CG. It was very slow, though. The camp store was the nicest campground store I've ever been in. The staff and campers were also friendly. There is a gate at the entrance, and that gate is closed at night. You will need to get a key-card if you need to get in after the store closes. They charge a $10 deposit on the key card but gladly give it back when you give back the card. I did have to deduct a point for the flies and mosquitoes. Part of the property is a farm with cows; perhaps a little too close? There are also a couple of ponds so be prepared for that. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Truck Camper.
The CG is well off the beaten path. Very well kept property. Not a whole lot in the area but if you are looking for a place to relax this is it. Items in the camp store are over priced but I guess you pay the price for convenience. Very nice playground. No events or anything until after Memorial Day. I will go back. We camped at Cozy Acres Campground in a Travel Trailer.