1 Park near Staunton, Virginia
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Good signage and easy to get there. It's actually located closer to Stuart's Draft than Staunton. Huge KOA with a good dog park. Friendly staff and a couple of local restaurants deliver to the campground. Only negative was that once you pull up to register you have passed the overnights only area and have to drive around a small loop to go past the office and get into the overnight area. There is no right turn to get out and you have to go left past the office and take the short loop again so that you can get out.
We stayed here one night on our way back and everything was as before. - Mr. Camper
Aug 2015 - $42.00
We stopped overnight here in a 43 ft. Class A Motorhome. It is a nice campground with spacious pull-through sites that allowed us to stayed hooked up to the tow. The pull-through sites have water & electric but no sewer. There is a dump station in the campground. The roads in the campground are narrow with some tight turns but we were able to maneuver without too much trouble. It is about 3 miles off I-81 and we followed our GPS directions here which had us use exit 213A and we decided after arriving that it would have been an easier route to take the directions on the campground website which would have been at exit 217. We will return when in the area and try to take in some of the area attractions. - John & Bobbie
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This is a beautiful park once you are in and set up. The road leading to the park is a little narrow with trees that need trimming. Once in the park, the interior roads are VERY narrow with trees and no shoulders on the sides. There are some side drops that you don't want to get into. You are not escorted to your site and this is the first park we've been in that we felt we really could have used an escort to help us find our site. It's fairly large with a lot of crossing roads. If passing through this area again, we will look for a different, more big rig friendly park. - dickens