Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
Rate includes on-line reservation fee. There are plenty of big trees making the access road is a little tight for big rigs, but it is passable with care. Spaces 203 through 211 are under big trees making satellite reception difficult. Spaces 212 through 238 are mostly in a clear open area. Spaces are gravel. Spaces closer together than we have experienced in state parks in other states. AT&T signal adequate for voice calls. The park is served by two cell sites – one LTE and the other 4G. If you can link up to the LTE site, data works great. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $14.00
Price reflects limited income senior pass. An old CCC park but still nice. As the weather was gloomy and cold, I chose to stay in the hookup area, which is like a parking lot, with paved, level sites with water and electric but no privacy. There is grass between the sites and picnic tables. The woodsy sites were more attractive-looking but perhaps not very level. Great trail system affording a nice, long, but easy hike. Didn't use the restrooms. Would return but would choose to stay in the no-hookup area with more seclusion and scenery. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Motorhome.
This is a very pleasant park fairly close (about 15 minutes) from Interstate 5, so a good stop-over park for a night or two. The hook-up sites (water and electric) are in a cleared area. There are a few sites with enough view of the sky to get satellite, but only a few. The sites are large and easy to maneuver. Even though it is not far from the Interstate, neither our Verizon phone nor MiFi worked – not a strong enough signal. We had to drive almost all of the way back to the Interstate to get service. There is a camp host who was very helpful and friendly. It is nice and dark and quiet at night, so some good sleeping. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $27.00
This is a camping experience, not an RV park. No TV or internet service available. Sites are nice, large, some pull-through. A few were flooded in places when we were there since it had rained recently. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2007 - $25.00
There are 120 tent spaces and 48 utility spaces. The rate shown is the rate for utility spots. Some are pull through, and some are back-in. The "standard" (tent only) spaces are limited to 35 feet due to the park's tight, narrow roadways in the standard campsite section. Most of the utility spots at this state park are on paved asphalt pads. The paved pads, which are relatively level, are all "out in the open" with the pull-throughs in the center. There are a few utility spots among the trees, but those are on gravel/dirt. The "standard" spots are on dirt among the trees. Although the utility sites don't have a "defined" tent area, you could squeeze a very small tent in. This state park specifically has a rule that allows only one RV/trailer per spot. I don't know if this applies to tents. Each camping spot (to include the "standard" spots) has a fire ring and picnic table. The picnic tables appear to be made from recycled material that is pretty rugged and long lasting. To use the restrooms/shower area, you need tokens to get in the door. At state parks, I usually use my own facilities, so I didn't check the conditions of the restrooms and showers. Television reception is fuzzy via antenna if you don't have a satellite, even if you have an HD TV. There is a pay phone available if your cell phone doesn't get a signal. During the winter, the water faucets are winterized and not available for use. During winter, the only place to get potable water is near the RV dump station. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $22.00
I have camped here many times and enjoy Millersylvania. I do have to say the only drawback is the small aircraft that fly over from time to time... I find the hosts very friendly and helpful. Bathrooms are always clean, lots of trails to walk on and dog friendly. I go usually after the camping season is over and find it very serene and quiet. We camped at Millersylvania State Park in a Travel Trailer.