17 RV Parks near Virginia Beach, Virginia
161 Princess Anne Rd Virginia Beach, Virginia 23457 (map) | (757) 426-6241
Sites: 175 | Latest Rate: $46.00 | 30 Reviews
May 2017 - $46.00
Ok so this park is worth its value as it stands alone; the sites are decently spread apart, they do separate the "full timers" (migrant workers) from the transients, its a big park and was very empty while we were here on May 12 weekend. We were in site 611, which we had chosen on the map ahead of time. What we didn't know was this site and the others on the point had NO cable; and as an avid golfer the Players Championship was on and couldn't watch! They did offer i could move, but once you're all hooked up you really don't want to move again. Water connections are a bit odd, you have to lift off a cast grille which was flush with the ground to get at a recessed connection, bit odd and could be a hazard if not careful. The main problem of this park is its location; the address says Virginia Beach BUT you are at least a half hour south (actually close to the NC border) AND the road to get here is about 25 miles of VERY NARROW/no shoulder to peak of roads!! I am a very experienced driver with my 1 ton truck and 41' 5th wheel; but this was the most stressful stretch I have ever driven in over 50,000 miles of pulling this combo! If you're squeamish about narrow roads? Don't come down this stretch to this park. Having said all this I wont penalize the park in my review of the road. One other thing, they advertise waffle breakfast at the clubhouse; we went there on the first morning and were told they weren't doing it that day because the cook wasn't feeling well. - North America in 90 days
Dec 2016 - $47.00
Really Liked this RV Park. The sites had a lot of room and a nice beach area. They have a lot to do for all ages . We stayed in site 312 which has water front view . Nicely done ! Well stocked Store and very helpful and friendly people . There is a real nice store 4 1/2 miles from the camp. We will return in the spring for sure . I would recommend North Landing Beach and RV resort to anyone looking for a great place to stay. - Two4Camping
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
Mar 2017 - $17.00
Mainly permanent residents at this "campground". Extremely difficult to get a reservation and now I know it's because there is hardly any turn over. Not a campground atmosphere. Your sewer would either need to be hooked up before you get completely on your site because it's in the middle of your site...because this used to be a mobile home park. There are recreation facilities (outdoor water park-in season, movie theater, bowling lanes) nearby but you'll have to go on base for these. - beachcamper5
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Adequately spaced, level spaces; most with some shade. Well kept - regularly mowed and maintained. Staff very friendly and helpful. Secure gate. Only down side is the number of people who ignore the posted 5 mph speed limit (posted a total of 6 times around the park). Approximately 50% of people (including Oceana Police) exceed the speed limit by dangerous amounts. Use caution with children, pets or walking/running with headsets! - 2 Harleys and a Beast
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Very clean restrooms and laundry facilities. Very nice people that run the park which is within a few miles of an upscale neighborhood with lots of shopping and restaurants. This park has a mixture of dirt/concrete parking and most sites are back in. There are no pull-through spots and if you like jet noise, you will get your daily and nightly dosage. This park has events planned for guests often times allowing one to meet their neighbor. This RV park accommodates 45 foot vehicles. - Dsc
Sep 2016 - $60.00
Based on previous reviews I didn't expect to see 90% permanent park homes. All lots are individually owned and rented by the management company for owners. Our site had a wood deck (deteriorating slightly) and was located at the very end of the line with great views over the water.
Check in was quick, easy and friendly. The road to the site was almost a mile long with many speed bumps to keep it slow. All service, except cable worked as advertised. They said they were in between analog and digital service. If you bring you own mini cable box from Cox, it will work. Clear skies available for good satellite reception.
All in all, a clean safe place to stay located very close to the beach. - BellasRV
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
Apr 2017 - $69.00
Not sure if it was just the time of year but the park looked like they were getting ramped up. Pool wasn't open but they were preparing. Looks like we missed it by a few days. Store is nice, service is great. Sites weren't that great. Tight, couldn't use the fire ring because it was too close to the camper. Couldn't open the awning because of tree placement. Site was muddy and not even. Great location to the beach but even that was a surprise. Looks very rundown with old crap shops and restaurants. I have to say I was very surprised. Reminds me of a beat up Atlantic City town rather than a South Beach or Lauderdale. I won't be back. - hulkonline
Mar 2017 - $52.00
The park is large with a lot of long term campers on the far left side of park. I was on the right side (near the office) and for most of the 2 week stay is was near empty. We experienced a sewer issue (very slow drainage) on our row and eventually decided to move back a row. The staff appeared to know of the sewer problem, yet still put several campers on that row despite plenty of empty sites. Wifi was good, but cable was of poor quality and did not include any ESPN channels. The jet noise was loud, but we knew that going in and enjoyed seeing the Jets flying overhead. - Darugs
Oct 2016 - $55.00
Park is very large! Lots of seasonal and permanent rvs. Big rigs no problem. Very quiet because of time of year. Even though it was very empty they still put us close together. Don't get that. - Paige Taylor
Apr 2017 - $47.00
We stayed 3 nights in a site that backed up to the dunes and afforded us a view of the bay. Access to the dog friendly beach was close by. This park has many more sites for tents and smaller campers than it does for class A rigs. The park is located very close to grocery stores and restaurants and was a short drive from Norfolk. - brantleys dad
Apr 2017 - $47.00
This is the most dog friendly state park we have ever visited. Dogs were welcome just about everywhere. The gift shop had a bowl of water set out for the dogs and the trail center across the road along the Cape Henry Trail had a doggy water fountain. I'm happy to report that everyone seemed to appreciated this and picked up after their dogs. We stayed for 2 weeks and had to change sites once. Verizon cell and hot spot worked well. For 12 nights we had a site specific spot and a nonspecific site for a weekend. The specific reservable site was the largest camp site we've ever had. Room for the motor home, car and kayak trailer plus a tent. Most of the reservable sites seemed to be equally large. The nonspecific site was more crowded but everything fit, too. As the previous reviewer mentioned, the beach is great but the trails through the woods, marsh and to the bay were great for riding bikes and walking. We kayaked in the bay and enjoyed the view of summer homes and wildlife. This state park seems to have something for everyone. It is only 5 miles from the boardwalk. - PENNY
Apr 2017 - $99.00
The first thing you notice here is that the RV sites are very close to the beach. But we enjoyed the hiking trails here more. They are on the south side of the park and include the "Bald Cyprus Nature Trail". That goes thorough lagoons filled with Bald Cypress and Spanish Moss. We joined a ranger led trail on it and it was excellent. We got a chance to scoop out out water and look for animals which was fun. The visitor center is entertaining as well, and there are some short foot bridges out to the beach. There are a few good restaurants very close by, and Virginia Beach is a short drive away. - The Bees
May 2017 - $48.00
Great campground. Unfortunately, we stayed during a big rain storm weekend and didn't get to enjoy too much of the grounds. Bath house and restrooms were very clean. Nice dog park, mini golf is Extra and the course is a bit under maintained. Friendly staff and good sites. Pools looked nice. I will mention the camp store was severely cluttered and unkept. We will definitely camp here again. - Lilwolfpup
May 2017 - $53.00
We stayed in a 30' Class C motor coach for 4 nights on a Full Hookup site with Cable TV Our "Deck" was falling apart and when I stepped on it the board flipped up, they are all loose Check in was with a fellow who was clearly bored with his job and couldn't care less about the line waiting Lots are tiny and turned muddy with the overnight rain Sewer was way back and slightly uphill Noisy and close quarters added to the unpleasant experience Would not stay here again. - RVThereYet-BiilDot
Sep 2016 - $75.00
This is a very large park but it doesn't feel too big because they subdivide sections with trees and shrubs. We stayed in the super sites and they were wonderful. Their fire rings were actually raised metal outdoor fire pits. Very nice looking. - Couch9748
Jul 2016 - $10.00
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. There was an additional $9 a night park fee, raising the cost to $19 a night. The resort is very clean and well maintained. The sites are all level with concrete pads. There are no fire rings but you can use a portable raised fire pit. We had no problem getting in and setting up. We have stayed here before and will not hesitate to return. - slay
May 2016 - $46.00
We enjoyed your stay and it was a clean park and shower rooms. But they are cold no heat in the shower rooms and there is no hot water in the showers. Even the bathroom sinks have no hot water. Seems like a health issue. The roads are asphalt and in good shape the camp sites a cement pad with a well maintained grass around it. In fact they cut around the motorhome and car. I was not happy about that. In general it's a nice park. - Jim Daniel
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
Jul 2014 - $25.00
We stayed here during our pack and load out, since it was the closest park to our home. It was clean and well-cared for. Some of the sites, including ours, were too close for privacy. In addition, water is shared between two sites, necessitating the one on the right (us) having to run 50' of water hose under the unit to a pedestal almost under the awning. Finally, some of the full time and seasonal residents have let their units deteriorate or have surrounded them with tarps, tents, etc. This is always a detractor for us. We would stay here again if we had to be in the area, but likely not for vacation. - bigdipper
Aug 2013 - $22.00
We have stayed here several times, and it was always a nice stay. This time it was better! The grounds were better maintained, and the overall appearance of the campground was much improved! The new manager was becoming very involved in operating the campground rather than just being there! We will definitely be back! - ournextstop
Apr 2010 - $20.00
A great FamCamp just a few miles from either Virginia Beach or Historic Williamsburg. Campground hosts were very cordial, pleasant and knowledgeable, though I did have trouble getting them to return my call when trying to change reservations. The campground is well kept and in great repair. The base has all the usual amenities and is small enough you don't have to travel miles and miles to get to them. The Naval Air Stations and Norfolk Airport are far enough away you don't hear much jet noise, though there is some. There is some road noise in the sites up near the office but it isn't too bothersome. Wireless Internet is available for $7.95/night or $14.95/week or even better per month. Verizon works well and the cable TV has over 60 channels. Satellite access is available from most sites even though there are many trees in the campground. I would definitely stay here again. - GatorJohn
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This is a private club that allows visiting members to park overnight in an area close to the swimming pool. Call ahead for directions and approval to use the facilities. - A hitch and hop
Regulus Ave. Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia 23461 (map) | (757) 492-7545
Sites: 20 | Latest Rate: $25.00 | 7 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Nice parking walking distance to the beach from the campground. They let you pick your site, east or west facing parking on concrete wit nice big concrete patio. Lots of WiFi towers. Weekends are full so make reservations. There are a couple "Buddy" sites. Landscape maintained. No fenced doggie park. Only negative is not the parks fault..black flies and some other little biting bugs. Haven't seen skeeters. - CookieRV
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Great military campground.
Campground host went out of his way to make our stay great.
Close to Oceana Commissary and exchange.
Nice back-in site with full hook ups, cable TV and Wi-Fi.
Path to the beach. - thetravelkids
Jun 2012 - $28.00
Well maintained grounds and just a short stroll to the beach. The old section (north) of the park is closed and being refurbished due to reopen later this year. The park is wide open, no trees or bushes of any kind to protect from the sun and wind. Pads are all concrete and very level. Don't expect to sleep in during the week as the troops march by starting at about 6:30am. The sites are right on Regulus Avenue which has high traffic volume during the week. - cobra188d