6 Parks near Virginia Beach, Virginia
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This park campground is situated right on the beach and is a great experience - very few folks on the beach compared to hotels and resorts. Make reservations soon because it fills fast. This park has both site-specific reserved areas, and first-come first-serve areas, meaning that you can reserve a site, but you pick from the ones available when you arrive.
This park also uses a 20'/30'/50' reservation size protocol, meaning that they give you a site based on your rig/camper LENGTH, not the size of the electrical amperage you need, which might be confusing since most sites have 20/30/50 amp service!
Some of the sites are open and have no shade, and others are WELL shaded, maybe too much. The routes in and out of the campground can also be a little daunting to larger motorhomes, especially those 40' or more.
Showers, bathrooms, and water fountains were all good. Each site has water and electric, but no sewer. Wi-Fi is available at the office only. There are also several boardwalks to the beach. - hturnerfamily
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Rate was for non-specific site, including the Reserve America fee. Great location just barely inside the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The beach is about 100-150 yards across the dunes via boardwalks at selected points, and very uncrowded since it's just campers using it. Lots of tent sites, and sites limited to 20 foot & 30 foot RVs, as well as some larger sites. Campground roads might be tight for large rigs, as would some sites, but there were RVs of all types when I was there. A few sites aren't that level, and shade varies considerably, too. Folks who are picky may want to utilize the site-specific reservation option (costs extra). Vegetation separates adjoining sites, but you are rather open to the site directly across the narrow road in some spots. There is a pretty good camp store that stayed open until 11:00 PM when I was there, as well as laundry facilities, and you're only a mile away from a grocery store & drug store just down the road from the park. It's only a short drive to the Virginia Beach oceanfront if that is of interest. Although I did hear helicopters a couple times a day, they weren't that loud unless they flew directly overhead, and that lasted about 30 seconds. They might be more active at other times, but I wouldn't think most people would be bothered. - NoVa RT
May 2015 - $40.00
Sites are generally adequate in size. Good spacing and privacy between sites. Pay attention to the recommended maximum lengths on the reservation map when reserving; unlike some campgrounds, they really mean something for this one. Sites are not right on the beach, but rather backed up to dunes. There is access at several points throughout the campground via boardwalks. There are many excellent shaded tent sites. Vegetation along the roads needs to be cut back in the campground. There are many overhanging limbs that scrub the tops and sides of a fifth wheel, motorhome, or class C camper. The roads are laid out in a way that makes it difficult to avoid scratching up your sides and top. Lots to do in the area, and great walks along a part of the beach that doesn't have a lot of public traffic. I would love to camp here again in the future, I just hope they cut back the vegetation along the roads. - Bama Camper
Mar 2016 - $43.00
This is a very large campground. They have some nice long pull thru sites (at least half) that allow big rigs to stay hooked up. They have 50 Amp FHU available. The park is older but clean and tidy. ATT & Verizon work well. Plenty of clear sky for satellite set up in some locations but also lots of trees if you want. Restrooms are dated but clean. No train or Hwy noise but the jets make up for it. Some days they can be continuous from before 8AM until after 9PM. They are not just loud like on take off but are low flying in pass overs and sometimes two together. Free WiFi works for 1hr every 12 hrs. Internal roads and pads are gravel and grass except in the super site area which are paved with concrete pads and patio. Sites are well spaced at 25 feet wide. They are very convenient to Virginia Beach and have a large private car park right down town a block off the boardwalk. It was Easter and spring break and the 4 pools were all closed. A nice mini golf but they charge $3 per person to play (Come on!)
Not sure I will stay again because of the jets. - TedandJan
Mar 2016 - $43.00
We thought we reserved full hook-up but they gave us W/E only. When we went back to the office and stated that it was not FHU, they apologized and moved us to a FHU site, for $18 more. Site was fairly level. WiFi is Tengo and they give you 1 hour continuous every 12 hours. Slow. Air Force base beside the park and jets were flying from early morning till late at night. It felt as if they were flying right through the RV. Every time they flew over, lost signal on TV (OTA) and WiFi. Nice enough campground for families if you don't care about WiFi, TV or jet noise. We will not camp in Virginia Beach (anywhere) again because of the noise, high cost of RV parks and lack of services. - Kemptvillekids
Dec 2015 - $51.00
Arrived at 4PM on New Year's Eve expecting the worst. Check in was very busy. It looked like everyone had the same idea. Check in was friendly and fast, good directions, good info. Site was fine despite everything being soggy from all the rain. Hooked up no problem, toured the grounds, checked out the facilities...all were fine; clean and very well maintained. What is not to like. My worries about drunken reveler so were unfounded...a few yells and firecrackers but all to be expected on New Years.
Nice campground; I'll stay again. - Moose42
Nov 2015 - $17.00
Stayed here for 3 nights. We were very happy with our stay! Security guard escorted us to our site since we pulled in after dark. We were happy to find a concrete pad at our site since it was raining. The bathrooms were close and VERY clean. Our only complaint about the bathrooms was the small size of the showers.
The laundry was great- clean and inexpensive. All machines worked great (I used all of them for my big family LOL). Wi-Fi was strong and consistent. Plenty of room to maneuver our rig. And the best part was the location, just down the road from Sandbridge beach. Also close to all kinds of nice shopping and restaurants. We also took a day trip down to Kitty Hawk to see where the Wright brothers flew. - Susiecamera
Aug 2015 - $17.00
We stayed here through Coast to Coast. Because we were family camping, we were put in the 'Overflow' section at the back of the campground. We had grassy sites that needed to be mowed. After rain for a day and a half, we had water standing in our sites. Sites were not marked very well because the lines painted on the edges of the road were quite faded. Our site was short and the only way we could park was crossways the entire site, therefore we were unable to have visitors park at the campsite. The campground is close to the Naval base. Jets were flying over constantly which was not that bad. There were 2 nice pool areas. The Laundromat was very clean and all machines were operational. If you visit, you can give them your C2C card to get a pass to get in & out. Otherwise you will have to pick up the phone at the gate & have someone open the gate for you. We were not given this information at check in Fire rings were not provided. WiFi did not work the entire week. - Just Jammin
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This is a really nice membership park. We were able to use it through Coast-to-Coast, with the additional charge for 50 amp. The grounds are extremely neat and well cared for. The sites are concrete back-ins that have river access so you can tie a boat up at your site. The pool areas are clean and kept up. Power and water were as advertised and area was great for walking the dogs. They have an off-leash fenced area for the puppies as well. We would definitely stay here again. - c1dancer
Virginia Beach, Virginia (map) | (757) 426-6241
Sites: 175 | Latest Rate: $47.00 | 24 Reviews
Aug 2015 - $47.00
The park is under major construction which will add additional sites and amenities. When we stayed we did encounter a little bit of construction traffic but everyone was friendly and accommodating.
The sites were wide and left you room to easily park your RV and set up to enjoy the outdoors.
The campground has it's own beach/waterfront area which is immaculate. - ETCTA
May 2015 - $35.00
They are in process of construction improvements, so we stayed despite constant dump truck traffic. The site was not well maintained. Grass/dirt site was full of weeds growing through the gravel/dirt, the surrounding grass very much unmowed with knee-high weeds. The sewer pipe was almost a foot off the ground, defeats the purpose of gravity emptying your tanks. Too far out of town (Virginia Beach), about 40 minute drive to the main beach area. - rvrrat520
Apr 2015 - $32.00
This is an attractive park and it appears that during the "season" there are many activities for adults and kids. The riverfront was nice. The utilities were good although the Wi-Fi was unreliable. There is occasional daytime noise from Navy jets.
There are convenience stores closer but major shopping, WalMart, food lion, are 17 miles north. The roads in the area are relatively narrow with NO shoulder. It is a pleasant rural area. - gumper
Jun 2014 - $85.00
It has great beach access and the beach is very nice and natural. Easy access to the nature preserve and sites on the water. Sandbridge is a nice area. That's about it. The cable did not work, ants were bad, and we were told by some other residents that snakes come up out of the water frequently at night. The rates are inconsistent. The bar next door has LOUD bands til 1am. This is a trailer park with some vacant sites for rent. Plain and simple. It has all the look and feel of an 80's Florida trailer park and for that it's way too expensive. - Way2Roll
May 2014 - $80.00
Excellent staff and very accommodating! The property is located on the bay side and across the road to the oceanfront. Beaches are clean and not crowded. Several waterfront (bay) lots are available. The sites consist of a several park models in new to fair shape. The roads are paved and sites are concrete. Two pools and playground are well kept. WiFi was spotty but worked. You can expect some noise from the restaurant/bar next door til midnight on a Friday or Saturday nights. - ibavamarine
Aug 2013 - $96.00
I'm from Quebec Canada and we have been to a lot of campgrounds around the US from coast to coast. Unfortunately, this year for our 13 days of vacation we were a bit disappointed with this campground. To be clear, let say that the main reason is the price for what you get. It is a good spot to be near the beach, just a mile to walk, but for $96 we had other campground much nicer at lower price. The Wi-Fi was not good - I guess it depends where you are on the site. The bathrooms were just ok and could use a better maintenance. Nice people around and very friendly. Almost all the sites are owned and they are rented when not used, so each site have there own looks depending off the owner. Some are very beautiful, but others are so-so like the one we had 111. Finally, the correspondence with the management was not good. They never confirm your reservation and no confirmation by internet, so you hope that what they tell you on the phone will be what you get. We did, but it was not reassuring. - spawan
Aug 2015 - $75.00
They don't take your rig size into consideration when assigning sites. First they gave me a pull thru site with two trees so close together there was no way I was going fit a 40' 5th between them. I couldn't even turn onto the site. Then they tell me there are no other sites available when there were at least a dozen open site more suited to a rig my size. They told me those were already assigned to people arriving the same day. But when I made my reservation 9 months earlier, they said sites were not assigned until check in. The site they finally moved me to is unlevel, with a huge tree on the camper's door side and large tree roots all over under my awning. There isn't much room under the awning for chairs because of the roots make it so uneven. The site would be better suited for my old 27' travel trailer, not my current RV. This was just handled poorly by the staff. Never again. If you're in a large rig, request an open site when you make your reservation. All the sites are tight. If get one with a tree, it really takes away from the site. I would have very happy with an open site but they told me they were all reserved. - laffman
Jul 2015 - $60.00
Great park in a super location close to the beach. Beautiful pool, nice amenities for kids, lovely grounds to take a walk or bike ride. The store is nicely stocked, and the staff is very friendly. - PArvers
Nov 2014 - $51.00
This was a decent stay. We camped here for the weekend while visiting friends. The campground was very clean, but I felt that it was overpriced. They also charged per person which I also didn't like. The attendant behind the counter was a little slow and charged me for an extra person but I didn't feel like arguing over it for the $6. The jumper pads were a lot of fun and the camp ground was very pretty. We had a firepit in our spot which was really awesome. The store sold firewood but we were able to scavenge enough from the woods and around the campground without paying for it. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. Our site was nicely shaded by trees, as were most of the sites. Overall, this was a decent place to stay, but a little overpriced. Admin note: confirm collecting of firewood in campground and surrounding area is allowed. - SteveIC