Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Mostly Shady, Covered Forested
Tips for other Campers:
Even though the address is Virginia Beach you are FAR away from Virginia Beach so plan accordingly.
If you need supplies stop at the Walmart on Nimmo Parkway (20-minutes away)
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. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 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. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
An overall outstanding campground! Please disregard any and all old reviews for this website, because this campground has different management from a few years ago. My family and I were very impressed with the very clean, air conditioned bath house, very friendly staff, shaded lots, clean swimming pool and access to a small beach on the North Landing River, upper Currituck Sound. The campground is also a short ride to the Pungo Strawberry Festival. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $1.00
We called for reservations several months ahead and stayed during the off season. There were not that many campers there. The park is beautiful with a nice beach and great views. The onsite maintenance and office staff were very friendly and nice. It's off the beaten path but not that far. The only problems were the laundry was closed for renovations the entire 2 months we were there (the nearest coin laundry is 20 minutes away and very small), they had several campers with excessive barking dogs (I mean all day while the owners at work) even though they make you sign a separate pet form and the biggest issue is there is no onsite management. All questions require a phone call to an out of state manager. I had trouble getting answers to questions before we got there and during our stay all questions required a phone call. We did enjoy our stay and will come back. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $65.00
We love the location of this park, but it leaves a lot to be desired for safety and family atmosphere. No shortage of Rebel flags, drunks, loud music, crazy driving, golf carts everywhere. The roads are un-paved (very dusty), water hook ups are underground and are very dangerous (trip hazard) and hard to hook up and turn on. The beach was nice. Bath houses were serviced regularly but still dirty,and no soap in dispensers the entire stay. Staff was not helpful. We reserved a site well in advance and was changed upon arrival. We do not plan on visiting this campground again and would not recommend this campground to anyone. Hopefully they will improve this park as it does have a lot of potential. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $65.00
We spent 4 nights here last week. Although facilities were fine it was very difficult to leave the site as the turns are much too tight for a 42 foot motorhome. It was also impossible to be outside due to the number of mosquitos. Owners need to pave, or stone the sites due to dirt and mud, and create better site egress for larger coaches. I would not go back without these improvements. Lack of signs on roads make it easy to pass by it and you need to go 8 to 10 miles to turn around. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
Spent four nights here with the wife and three boys. The rental boats are over priced but the campsites were huge compared to KOA and kids had a blast the whole time. The entire park lost water and power the first night...not sure why but only for three hours. Mosquito's...lots!!! Private beach was nice but crowded. Great bathrooms and showers. The sites are not paved, or perfectly level and the water supply is in the ground not on a post. Great pool but also crowded. Would definitely go again but not on a holiday weekend. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is a campground with potential, but real issues with the clientele. On the positive side, the location is nice and the facilities were cared for at acceptable levels. Having said that, you need to be a certain kind of camper to tolerate the craziness at the campground. If you are into confederate flags everywhere (including tattooed to the chests of the men and women who wander the campground), this campground is for you. If you are into loud music blaring from golf carts until 11:00pm each night, this campground is for you. If you enjoy watching stone cold drunken campers stumble around the campground while screaming and yelling, this campground is for you. If you like going to the beach and praying that the drunken boaters don't run into the kids who are swimming, this campground is for you. I have been to dozens of campgrounds and in my experience, this has the most "party like" atmosphere in VA. If are you looking for that type of experience, North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground should be your destination. If you are looking for something suitable for families, you might want to consider an alternative. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $39.00
Camped with a group. They did not put the group together despite have the spots reserved in group's name. Men's bathroom soap dispenser's were not refilled all weekend even though staff were seen servicing restroom multiple times. Charged for rental of pavilion. Spliced electric lines were prevalent throughout the campground to sewer pumps. Some sites had sewer odor from pump location. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $28.00
We were first time campers in a Cruise America rental motorhome. Due to some very bad traffic we arrived very late at 22:00. We had phoned ahead and the staff explained how to check in late. The information was here and we found our site without any problems. We only stayed for an hour the next morning but the comfort station was clean and functional. The park was quite empty and peaceful and the staff were very helpful in pointing out the best and quickest route to our next stay. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
I have stayed at many better campgrounds. The tent sites were not clearly marked and had to walk through some to get to yours or people walked through ours to get to there's. We put up clothes lines to mark off ours to keep people from walking through. Ground cover for tents was horrible. Mulch is not good for under tents. The campsite was littered with trash old cans and just trash. Parking was far away from tents sites so everything had to be carried a far distance. There was one water supply to get water to wash dishes for many tent sites. The bathrooms only had three showers with one hook and no benches. The walls were green with mildew and shower curtains had brown stains on them and just looked gross. There was a pile of sand on one of the toilets that stayed there for a day and a half and I never seen anyone in there to clean the bathrooms. The pool was gross, I'm not sure what was going on with it. It had many stains on the bottom and much stuff floating on the top. Again never saw anyone clean the pool while I was here. The beach was littered with trash and cigarette butts with a sharp drop off into the water. The sand was almost black and the water was very dirty. While we were here the forensics team and the fire department showed up. Nothing was ever said to us. So I have no clue what was going on. We had three encounters with a CRAZY night security man. He likes to sneak up on you and scare you by looking into windows. VERY creepy. He also made comments regarding my 2 year old girl to my mother. Staff took forever to get with you while standing at the check out line at the store. There seems to be no curfew or lights out time with plenty of noise well into the night with no enforcement. Because of staying near the water, there was a ton of bugs here. People staying here were not friendly. I had one person carry on a conversation with me. Not sure why everyone staying here was so stuck up! So I would not stay here again!! We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Tent.
Camped here with a Good Sam Club. The pool was so cloudy and dirty that you could not see your feet. The pool test employee did not check the water on Saturday morning. The pool was full of unsuspecting people who thought the water was safe. In mid afternoon a person did test the water: the pH was way high and all other readings were out of tolerance. The pool technician did nothing to correct the pool water: said that chemicals would be added in the evening after the pool was closed. Not safe. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.
I have camped at this park many times. It is always available, and the staff is the best that I have encountered. The price is a little high, but I enjoy the park, and it is close to home. The pool was clean, and the camp store is well supplied. The black flies can be bothersome. The beach is not really a beach, and you really do not want to swim in it, but the view is wonderful. I will return to this park. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $24.00
My only complaints with this park is the road leading to it. Princess Anne Blvd is a narrow two lane road with no shoulders. And if that isn't bad enough on most of the road there are deep ditches that could easily wreck a large class A RV.You have to keep a eye on your tow dolly also It could also veer into a ditch and wreck. It is about 17 miles to the campground down a narrow two lane road.This section of Princess Anne is the kind of road that if you turn down it in a large RV you're stuck as there are not many places, if any, to turn around if you decide to go back. Once there I couldn't find a satellite signal, and there is no cable. Most of the RVs here seem to be residents, and it is a pretty park with beachfront access to the inter coastal waterway, but who swims in THAT! Unlike the other parks in the area there is minimal jet noise that seems to plague most the parks in this area. Staff is friendly. We camped at North Landing Beach Riverfront Campground and Resort in a Motorhome.