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. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small national forest campground 10 mi from Wytheville in the woods. All sites have shade, most have full shade. We got no TV reception, but that was fine by us. Thirty-five of the 50 sites have either electric, or electric & water; there are a few sites listed at 45-50 ft & we did see a couple Class A's of 36-38 ft. If you're looking for a lot to do here, this is not your place, but if you're looking for a nice quiet, woodsy place to relax & take a couple short hikes or play in the small stream that weaves through the park, this is it. Our site was fairly level, but I saw a few that would take some doing to get level. The check in is a little confusing; actually, there is none. We had reservations, but other than that, there is a collection box at the entrance. The volunteer hosts were constantly around taking care of things. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.