1. Charlottesville KOA
3825 Red Hill Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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Go camping at this natural, wooded campground located in central Virginia. The Campground is surrounded by a rich heritage of history, culture, and scenic beauty – an area in which it is easy to see the past come to life…
2. Misty Mountain Camp Resort
Misty Mountain Camp Resort offers a delightful, relaxing vacation at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains near historic Charlottesville, Virginia. Whether you’re looking for a private getaway, a group gathering, or fun with the kids, Misty Mountain Camp Resort is sure to meet your needs. This scenic 50 acre park provides private sites nestled in the trees and a large recreational building with banquet seating to accommodate any large group.
Explore nature trails, splash in our pool, sit by the creek, fish in the pond, play at several playgrounds, climb hills, shoot hoops and spike the volleyball or pitch horseshoes, take a hayride, enjoy live music and dances, shop at the General Store, shoot pool and play video games, relax in solitude or join with new friends – the choice is yours and it’s all at Misty Mountain Camp Resort!
3. Horseshoe Flats Campground
125 Snowden Road, Scottsville, Virginia 24590
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Horseshoe Flats Campground is a family oriented campground. “We pride ourselves in a clean and respectable campground and ask that all our patrons do the same.”
4. Heavenly Acres Campground
Heavenly Acres Campground is located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, one-half hour drive north of Charlottesville, Virginia, and two hours south-west of Washington D.C. Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this family campground offers 80 acres of Virginia woods. The beautiful Skyline Drive is only fifteen minutes away along with the Shenandoah National Park, Jefferson’s Monticello, numerous antique stores, vineyards, caverns, historical sites and battlefields. The tent sites are wooded and generous and they can accommodate RVs easily with pull-through sites. They have two camping (standard) cabins and four premium cabins available for rental. For group camping, they have a large separate field area or extra large tent sites. For a unique camping experience try one of their renovated train cabooses!
5. Waynesboro North 340 Campground
Waynesboro North 340 Campground has been a family owned and operated business for more than 30 years. The founders’ (RD and Lucille Morris) mission was to have a clean, family friendly business where folks could enjoy the outdoors and spending time with one another. Their goal is to provide you and your family with an unforgettable camping experience.
6. Shenandoah Hills Campground
At Shenandoah Hills Campground they have open sites and some shady sites all tucked away and ready to become your cozy vacation home. Water and electric sites are available as well as plenty of full hook-up sites. Some are pull thrus that will easily accommodate larger RV’s. There are 67 sites in all as well as some rental units.
Once you’re settled, you’ll be anxious to explore some of the nearby attractions. Topping the list of guests’ personal favorites is the Shenandoah National Park. With breathtaking views and hiking trails to match all levels of enthusiasts, you will see why folks come from far and wide to spend time there. Don’t forget to take an afternoon to explore the Luray Caverns, as well.
Shenandoah Hills Campground is the most amazing and wonderful place for you to laze away the days by the pool or take a luxuriating nap in the shade. If you’re feeling frisky, try the Jumping Pillow or other fun recreation they have for you there. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, wander to the surrounding area and discover the magnificence of the Blue Ridge Mountains and all they have to offer including horseback riding, hunting and fishing.
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