1 Park near Verona, Virginia
Sep 2015 - $43.00
We called on the road to see if there was space but nobody answered the phone, nor called us back, so we decided to take a chance and drove in. It's a fairly small road from the freeway to the final part of the RV camp, and one should watch for traffic coming the other way. Also, a rather steep hill which is paved, marks the final approach to the valley. I was told there weren't any spots available long enough for us to pull through and not have to unhook our tow car, which we did. I thought the price of$43 which didn't include a sewer site was a bit high. the site was level and pretty, and very shaded, and my wife loved the most amazing thing about the RV park--the hundreds of rabbits that roam freely, and which you can feed. She calls it "bunnyville" and enjoyed the animals. There's a well stocked store there, as it's a long trip into town. We found the WiFi didn't work well, and cell service down in the valley was tough as well, so take note. We weren't able to get our dish up with Direct TV because of interference from all the trees. That morning, there was some rain, and it puddled up around the rv sites fairly quickly. I can't imagine in a heavy rain, how tough it would be with large wet areas. We stayed there in a 40 ft. motorhome. When we left, I was concerned about towing our car up the long hill, so we hooked up at the top. - elduque
Sep 2015 - $48.00
First the positives: Beautiful scenic park with wooded sites near a river. If you're an animal lover; many, many adorable tame bunnies scampering around. Would be great to camp here with a tent or small/medium travel trailer.
And now why we wouldn't return: Very long, narrow, winding road to the park with many low hanging branches lining the street. Wreaked havoc with satellite and antennas on top of coach.
Only a handful of full hookup 50 amp sites. Takes a bit to get to them with no escort on crushed stone road with many potholes/divots. Pull thru site was barely wide enough to fit 35 ft motorhome since trees took up much of the space. Length wise we could barely fit coach with tow attached. Very close to neighbors but we've seen worse. Just barely able to extend all slides again due to trees. No internet; told they were having trouble with it.
Not worth the effort it took to get here. - Beachside Baby
Aug 2015 - $41.00
My wife and I are a middle-aged couple who travel with our two dogs. We try to avoid KOAs and other similar campgrounds that have a lot of kids because we prefer solitude when camping. We never seem to be able to find a nice campground in Virginia, but this one was convenient on our way home from South Carolina so we decided to try it.
As we were trying to set up, kids kept riding their bikes and walking through our site, acting as if we weren't even there. After we finished setting up I noticed that a lot of campers used their trucks, toads, and picnic tables to try to prevent the kids coming through their sites, and we followed suit.
The internet didn't work while we were here, and our cable TV didn't work until we went to the office to complain and they sent someone out to fix it. Oh, and we had to walk to the office because no one ever answers the phone here. Of the four times we left a message with our call back number, we received one return call.
There is absolutely NO privacy in this campground - the sites are short and narrow, with nothing dividing the camping pads.
This being Virginia, you'll see all kinds of... "different" types of people here. We saw a young woman with a child in her lap riding a motortorized leather recliner around the campground (!) and another camper with their pet pig in a pen on their site (or maybe it was going to be their supper).
Oh, and there are LOTS of semi-tame rabbits running (hopping) around - we were told some bizarre story about how a camper released their pet rabbit here years ago, and since rabbits... well, you know... PROCREATE like rabbits, there has been a population explosion. So between the ill mannered kids - presumably raised by ill mannered parents - and rabbits... and barking dogs ... and being packed in like sardines...
This is one of the worst campgrounds we have ever visited, but if you have kids and don't mind a lack of privacy you'll probably like it as there are LOTS of activities. - gmanfan1966