8 Parks near Reedville, Virginia
Jul 2016 - $90.00
Nasty! Pool was cloudy, cabin disgusting, multiple water leaks in cabin, sewer leak by cabin. Was suppose to have a free hay ride: never happened. Had a root beer float party (charged $2). Ice cream was gummy: it was in a large bucket that had thawed and frozen several times. After they gave it to you, then they said it was $2. This was in high season and there were only 2 or 3 other families at this dump. - Joanne62
May 2016 - $70.00
We only stayed so I can show up to a test site very early in the AM, but was told it was a two night minimum for the cabins. It was chilly, about 40 degrees. Something made me ask upon check in if the cabins had heat and we were told no but they had portable heaters we could borrow. Since we stayed in a two room cabin, we requested a second heater and was told "We can't let you use two for free." So we opted out of the second one. We were handed our key and was told it isn't hard to find, so we continued down a very overgrown drive way to find the place was deserted. We were the only ones staying here that night. When we entered our cabin the floors were dirty, the mattress pads had hair on them, and the lighting was very poor. We took a trip to the restrooms to find strange holes in the walls, poop smeared in the toilet seat, the feminine hygiene container full and it smelled terrible. There was a swim diaper that was hanging out of the pail that smelled horrible. This was May and I am sure the pool hasn't been opened all season as the pool was empty. When I went to ask the man at the front desk, for soap in the bathrooms and to ask for them to be cleaned, he quickly said he just cleaned them. He returned to do a full cleaning of the bathroom and made it a point to tell us he filled the soap. We went to bed and got up early to an empty campsite again. NO ONE ELSE was here! When we returned from testing, I went to see the same front desk man about a table cloth. He went to the back of the store and said he had one left. It would be $2.75 with tax. I asked him to turn some lights on in the store to make me feel more comfortable. He had no lights on. He then asked me if I was taking an EMS instructor course. I thought that to be very odd since I only asked previously how far we were from the High School. After reading some of the reviews I wonder if he had actually been in our cabin while we were out, because I had left my study sheets on the bed. - Skygrl
Sep 2013 - $50.00
The only thing good I can say about this park is that it is close to the point to catch the ferry to Tangier Island. The fee of $50/night was way too much for the condition of the campground, and this was off-season! The manager, owner, was semi-friendly. We had two friends coming to visit for 2-3 hours. I was flabbergasted when they wanted $7/person. I understand if they were staying overnight, but for a couple of hours!! I would not recommend this park to anyone. - vmi1962
Sep 2016 - $38.00
I can't say enough good things about this park. Rangers and staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is well kept though you can see areas where they probably would spend the money if they had it. (Such as some of the wooden bridges/planks).
The park is on the water and there are many sites (not full hookups) near or on the water. There are numerous places to fish, bike or hike. The terrain is pretty much level so it is easy to get around.
We stayed in the Tulip circle which has full hookup sites and allows pets. There are no bathrooms in this loop so you need to have facilities within your RV.
There was a lot of standing water and many mosquitoes! I'm sure you will need bug sprays during warmer months. But bring your bug spray and you're good to go! Great places! One of my favorite parks! - MakeMemories
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We stayed in the Tulip Loop, a full hookup loop. I suspect that's why no bathhouse. Other loops have them. The sites are level, gravel and large. I had no problem with a 38' motorhome and tow vehicle. Each site has a large area for the fire pit and picnic table. full tree cover so no TV reception, and very little phone. My MiFi usually showed barely one bar. Lots of room between sites. Very quiet. As someone noted, you need a vehicle to get from one area to another. The park is spread out. Great place for fishing and crabing. - DebDon
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This park has many things to do within its boundaries as well as historical sites.
Unfortunately, mosquitoes, poison ivy, deer flies, briars, and thorn vines are all around the camping sites. The park is in a low area and near bay waters. This lends it to swamp bugs. The camp host for this loop left the park before his hosting time was finished.
This loop does not have any public bath house or restrooms. This loop has full hookups so this may be why. Restrooms in other areas of the park we are familiar with, are nice. Those areas are still subject to the swampy environment.
Campsite 65 is gravel with timbers at the edges. 30 amp & (50 amp older style 'L' plug) amp service, water, and sewer. We had room to park tow dolly at back of site and place our 30' MH near the hookups.
This site had been recently used by someone who had disposed of egg shells, food bones, and crab shells in the vegetation around the edge of the campsite. Park personnel should have caught this on a departure site inspection and cleaned it up or had the camper clean it up. - B D HOWie
May 2016 - $24.00
We stayed at Belle Isle State Park over Memorial Day weekend. We snagged a spot at the last minute! The park itself is on the Rappahannock river but the campground is not. It is a small campground and the sites are basically off one loop. There are some long pull thrus, and the rest of the sites are back-in. All the sites have plenty of space and trees between sites so you have privacy. There is 30/50 amp electric and water. A dump is available as well. Even though the campground was full, it was pretty darn quiet. Most of the activities take place around the park which is huge. There is a small beach, playground and two places to put in boats. One for larger boats and one for smaller ones. It's a great place for bike riding, walking or jogging as the park roads are quiet. We would definitely stay here again. We stayed here in a motorhome. The rate listed is a little deceiving as we received a night free from a Virginia State Park rewards program. - Free
May 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here Memorial Day weekend with several families. The campground is clean, sites are big and private- easy to get into for large campers and trailers, and the bath house is clean. There is lots to do here including picnicking, kayaking, canoeing, biking, boating, hiking, spending the day on the beach. There is a bathhouse at the beach/picnic area, but no shower or outside spigot for rinsing off sand. Although located in a rural area, there ome very cute towns closeby to visit. - rebcon
Oct 2015 - $33.00
Very nice and flat park. Great for short bike rides and canoeing/kayaking. Sites are huge, bathrooms new/clean, nice store, and dump station is nice. Very laid back area and campground was quieter than other VA parks. Water views are awesome. You can rent kayaks and canoes as well as bikes. Cons: lots of bugs due to water proximity, visitor center is empty, not a big park, and not challenging hiking (could be a plus for some). - Marc Williams
Jul 2016 - $85.00
I have stayed at this place many times in the past and this was the last time this year and probably in long term. The workers are excellent and they do their job really well. My site Rockfish didn't drain well; when I arrived, the place was wet with water accumulation exactly where my access door was. Sunday was a rainy day and the water went over my shoes. These guys make reasonable money to properly level the sites and assure a good drainage. They advertise WFI and it is never accessible, signal is basically nothing. The water pressure is horrible and sometimes I need to remove the pressure regulator (high flow) to get some water in the shower. The place has a nice view and excellent personnel, but owner needs put more attention to details. Too much money to get my feet inside the water just to go out of my RV. - Pedrito
Jun 2016 - $55.00
Great place. We had a nice site on a patio. Nice waterfront views and a great water park and pool. Great place for the kids. - The VA Gent
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Stayed for a week. Would not give me a code for the front gate. Had to press the "call" button and ask for permission to enter every single time. Arrived on Sunday. Got to site and saw very little shade. When booking I asked if the site had shade. They said yes. It does. But only at the one end and only by a 16' tree. They were willing to move us to grass site w/ much more. Wife liked the paved site. I had about 20 cigarette butts around my site from previous user. They had cleaned up other sites on Tuesday. Would have been nice if they got to mine before 5 on Sunday. No hand dipped ice cream. Over all this is nit-picking. But one thing ticked us was the golf cart cruising Fri. Sat. Sun. nights from 5 to 10:30 some w/ music blasting, all w/ bright lights. And fast. Staff was nice, neighbors were nice. Water was nice. But what the heck is up w/ no fire rings! Not safe, only on "super sites" And those rings were like 36" dia. w/ a 12" wide wall and 14" deep, couldn't cook on them if we had them. - Splinter
Nov 2016 - $90.00
This park consistently receives the highest ratings and deserve them. We stayed during the Oyster Festival. The staff was well organized and checked in a huge number of RVs in a very short time. The CG is superb. Clean, well layed out with amenities that will please all. Sites are level with normally plenty of space between rigs. During the Oyster Festival, two rigs are packed into a one rig site. First rig gets services of their choice. There is transportation provided to the festival for which they charge $2.oo per person one way for a mile trip. Parking downtown is $20.00. During the evening, open campfires are permitted, one was built less than six feet from my propane tank. Until 2300, music is loud and people have a great time. Quiet hours are strictly observed. They have great areas to exercise your pets. I think it is very overpriced during the festival and simple amenities such as festival transportation should be included in the 90/day rate (it is going up next year). Looking forward to staying at the park outside festival dates. - Russ60
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This campground is easily in the top five of the 80 RV parks and campgrounds we have visited so far. We spent a week here beginning just after Labor Day so it was very quiet and we got their off season rates. This park has terrific facilities, great WiFi, super clean bathrooms, huge pool area (although only open on weekends at this time of year), a "river beach", huge camp store, a café (again, weekends only right now), etc. They have lots of seasonal units as well as cabin rentals. The area for transient campers is in a large section with mature pine trees. The large sites are grassy with nice asphalt driveways. There's even an on-site wash station with vacuum (quarters needed). AT&T 4G service shows signal strength of -113 dBm which is moderate to weak. We had a full hookup site with 50 amp electric at about $42 based upon a weekly rate. - Coopsecondact
Jul 2016 - $92.00
First time staying at Bethpage, heard lots about the camp ground prior to going and wanted to check it out ourselves. Site was VERY spacious, and level. Site was grass with some dirt, wish there was a bit more gravel on sites. Strong odor of septic the first night however mgmt stayed on top of the issue and pumped out the system multiple times throughout our stay. Pool and waterpark was very busy due to the heat, temperature of the water was also very hot, and at times not very refreshing. Our site (Sycamore 3) was on the main road of the campground and was a great view for the nightly golf cart cruising. Ice cream store and mini golf was extremely far from main campsites. Our group enjoyed a sunset cruise on the Bethpager. - SJEAGLES609
Aug 2014 - $35.00
The only good thing about this park is that the sites are shaded (they also have a big field with lots of room for tents or campers, no shade, no hookups). The sites are small and poorly organized. We had a hard time getting our 27' rig into our assigned spot because the unit behind us had backed in too far and they were not around to move it. The staff is totally unconcerned with addressing any problems (in addition to the space issue, there was water spraying everywhere from the spigot). The office is about a half mile hike from the camp sites, and that is where the bathrooms, showers, and the WiFi are. The WiFi, when available, is so slow you would think it was dial-up. The bath/shower rooms are nice and clean, but 3 of the 4 rooms did not lock. We would not go back! - Capt.Deb
Jun 2009 - $36.00
This place is a marina first, not a campground. They have a nice marina which has a restaurant and bar, swimming pool, picnic areas, and the bathhouse is located under the restaurant and includes laundry facilities. They also have a seasonal campground, which is not where you'll be if you're spending a few nights. The campground where they'll put you is called the "field" because it's just that, a field. I can't even call it a campground because this is the condition it was in: no access road, no marked off campsites, just a row of hookup boxes that you back into along a tree line on two sides of a big field. The field is unimproved - bumpy, swampy, and you have to drive over it to get to your site. There is no trash service or dumpster, you have to drive your trash to the marina. There is no bathhouse for the campground, you have to use the one at the marina, about a 1/4 mile away. There is no on-site manager, which means there is no one to enforce quiet hours. It's basically a free for all in a field. We had neighbors that pulled in at midnight - 4 diesel trucks with boats and 2 large campers/5gth wheels - who turned on outside food lights and played and drank - at 2am they were still up and their kids were running around, screaming. There was nothing anyone could do. We were booked for 2 nights but we packed up the next morning and checked out. I will never go back, and I would advise no one to use this place. They make no effort at all to provide any services for their campers. Very disappointing. - dstumps
Sep 2007 - $35.00
This was the second time we have stayed this year. The first time was a check-it-out visit. The second time...we brought the boat with us. If you want a somewhere to fish and boat, this is the place. It is maybe a 15 minute trip in the boat to Point Lookout, so you have the river and the bay to choose from. The staff I ran across were very nice. Yes, you need to drive thru a field but the sites are back-ins towards trees, with shade in the evenings. There is a pond to fish right from the rear of the campsite. We plan on returning. - det62
Jul 2007 - $30.00
We spent 3 nights there last week. Our impressions; The CG is hard to reach being at the end of a long series of narrow roads. Definitely out of the way and definitely very quiet at night. The "seasonal portion" of the CG has crushed stone roads and is in a forested area. Tightly packed in together (about 12 to 15 feet apart). I wouldn't want one of the sites but there were about 60 - 70 seasonals with semi-permanent hookups so someone must like it. The "transient" portion of the CG is an open field with water and electric hookups. Looks like an old baseball field that had a trench run up the side to plant the water and electric lines. The field is lumpy and uneven. The fire ring on our site and on the ones bordering us had burned out bottles and cans in them that were not touched in the 3 days we were there. The picnic tables were falling apart - at a guess, they were being recycled from the seasonal side. When we checked in at the office, we asked for a map of the CG. They don't have one! There are no restrooms or shower facilities! (Their website claims a "bathhouse" but we never found it.) When we left and used the dump station we found the sump covered by a scrap piece of planking and with no running water for cleanup. Quite frankly disappointing because with some work and attention this could be a much better CG. - Maine-iacs