4 Parks near Wytheville, Virginia
Oct 2014 - $40.00
I'm afraid we can't give this place a good rating. For an over night stop, it is WAY off the highway, a good 10-15 minutes. Water pressure was awful. My Mr. Coffee drips faster. They advertize wi-fi but we could not get a signal at all. Also there is no cell service on Verizon. We paid for 50-amp but after a scary argument with another RV'er, we switched to 30 and let him have the 50. We were thrilled to leave. - excel14
Aug 2014 - $34.00
Although this campground is very nice, I still enjoy some amenities and I look for them. Once we arrived, in the pouring rain, we settled in and with nothing much to do, tried our TV. No signal, and there is no cable hook up. We were promised Wifi, but that signal is very, very weak atour campsite, which was D-2. And the cell signal for our phones is awful. (That you can't bame on the CG). This is a very nice, small park, with a stream running thru it. It lies just on the fringe of the National Forest, so it is very secluded and surrounded by nature. We arrived on a Monday for just one night and didn't see many children, although there seems to be a lot of things for kids to do. The Rec Room was pretty neat, open air with pool table and tables for relaxation. - Gus the Fireant
Aug 2014 - $38.00
Clean, pleasant campground. Gravel roads and campsites. Site was level without need for leveling jacks. Swimming pool was open until 11:00 PM to allow late arrivals an opportunity to use all facilities. Good service from staff. We stayed only one night but wished we had more time to spend there. - Toby's dad
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Park entrance is not far from interstate, but the eastbound exit intersection is confusion corner. Lots of roads going different directions, so you have to make some snap judgements quickly. I followed the GPS, and it was accurate, for once. The clerk at the RV park had also given me directions on the phone, so the two combined helped. Call to get directions.
Speed bumps that dot the main entrance road into the park were the "shake everything in the coach type." I can never understand why park owners do this to their guests.
No escort to site after check-in so when we arrived at our site, another RV was already there. This required a walk in the rain to get another site assignment. Young man at desk didn't seem overly concerned or apologetic that I was inconvenienced and soaking wet.
Our gravel site was wide enough and level. Some grass in between and some shade. There were also concrete sites without shade. Hookups were well placed and worked well. Cable had all the best channels. Wi-Fi worked until campground filled up on the weekend and then connection was screeching halt. I didn't check out the pool, restrooms, or laundry, but they were available.
This isn't the most attractive campground, but it's good for several days, especially if you are out seeing the sights in area. Lots of graveyard junk in the storage row behind us. Campground seemed to be at capacity on the weekend, so book in advance. We'd stay again. - User3617
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Very pleasant camp, close and convenient to I-81, not far from Wytheville. Decent sized sites with grassy area between pads. Staff friendly and helpful. - AM-PM
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Great spot for a couple of days or an overnight stop. Nice long level sites with good 50 amps. Good turning radius in park. Sites have 1 tree each which did not interfere with satellite reception. We would definitely come back here. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2012 - $22.00
Stony Fork Campground is the perfect place to go for quiet and solitude! No DTV signal, but cell reception is good. Very generous sized sites, beautifully shaded, showers clean, camp hosts very helpful and polite. Stream winds through, but this is a flash flood area- sign posted at entrance. I highly recommend this campground for peace, quiet, and solitude. It's so beautiful and convenient to the interstate. Downtown Wytheville is only 9 miles away; all services available in town. - KMCnOH
May 2012 - $12.00
We stayed here for one night so we booked the campground's one pull-thru site (#007 or just 7) online. When we got there Tuesday afternoon there were only 6 other campers in the campground. Next time I think we'd take our chances on registering at the campground and save the $9 online registration fee. This park doesn't seem to be used much, but all the roads and sites were paved. Some sites are very level and other will need some blocks. The stream is stocked with trout, and some sites are right next to the water. The sites are very long and some very wide all with tables, fire rings and hanging poles. We would stay here again and for a longer time. - Grayhound
Oct 2011 - $22.00
For a national park campground, it was surprisingly nice. We stayed on a weekday and it was empty. While limited on the number of sites with water and electricity for hook up, we were able to find one without a problem, and it was level, too! The campground was nice and bathrooms were small but clean enough. The trees and forest were amazing. The dump station was easy in/out for a larger motorhome. Definitely a great place to say. Stream was very low in water so fishing was not good. Very close to I-77 also. Great place. - Portable Paradise
Apr 2015 - $36.00
This is a fairly small KOA but it has many amenities for kids and families. Our stay was a little before prime season so the park was fairly empty. You go through a residential area with narrow streets before reaching the park, but the park streets are wide and easy to maneuver.
The streets and the pads are gravel. Even though it is easy access from I-81/I-77, you do not hear any road noise. The WiFi worked reasonably well. We will consider staying here again if in the area. - SMorin
Sep 2013 - $45.00
What to say, first we reserved two sites next to each other so we could camp awning to awning. We were given site numbers with our reservations. When we got there, the campground had four units in it but our site was given away. So they stuck us in two tight sites that were all dirt. WiFi dropped out all the time and some of the staff was rude and others were great. Luck of the draw depending on your need. Playground for the grand kids was just OK. They did like the sluice but that is 7-10 dollars a bag so keep on adding is in place again. The arcade was nice since it rained all weekend and we had the only kids. The batting cage was a value the rest the normal ripoff. Will not stay there again but it is a fine place for an overnight if you are traveling thru. - John S.
Jul 2013 - $42.00
They are apparently under new ownership as evidenced by all their PR materials. This place has fallen considerably since the last time we stayed here 2 years ago. Then the grounds were immaculate and the bathrooms spotless. This year, there was bare ground where beautiful landscaping/flowers once were. The bathrooms and showers were absolutely filthy. Granted we stayed here on 7/6, the Saturday after the 4th, so it was very busy. You had your typical "holiday" campers in the park with little to no respect for other people's sites. We never hold that against a campground as they can't control people's manners/etc. What we do hold campground's accountable for is cleanliness. When we checked in I counted 4 staff members sitting around a desk off to the side eating while a young male sat next to the check-in counter eating out of a styrofoam take out container using a cooler or something as a table. The young lady checked us in quickly and was nice enough. I remarked to my wife that there was plenty of help in the park, maybe for the holiday occupancy pressure. Throughout the evening we watched them ride around on golf carts and a John Deere Gator, assuming they were really taking care of the facilities. That was until we walked into the bathrooms. The upper bathhouse was deplorable according to my wife as she took our daughter up there. We assumed that it was because of it being near the tents and there being a LARGE group of kids (probably late teens/early 20's) sleeping in tents operating out of a box trailer and it being nearly impossible to keep on top of it. The next morning, however, we went to the bathhouse connected to the office. It was deplorable as well. Cigarette butts on the floor, toilet paper on the floor, the trashcan overflowing and used washrags left on the floor of the shower stalls. They also apparently maintain their once a day cleaning schedule. This obviously works in the off season, but when you have pressure of a holiday weekend, you need to clean more often. They had plenty of people in KOA uniforms standing/riding around; apparently none of them were the cleaning staff. We will not stay here again. - Godsey97