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The 20 best camping spots in Virginia.

With stretches from the Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains, Virginia is for Lovers and Campers.

Big Meadows Campground

1. Big Meadows Campground

94% Recommend (18 Responses)

At Big Meadows Campground, prepare to experience a natural orchestra the likes of which you’ve never heard. Crickets in their thickets whisper...

Alicia
Alicia: I've camped at Big Meadows twice. The group of women I backpack with and I did the AT from Front Royal to Big Meadows one year,...
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Loft Mountain Campground

2. Loft Mountain Campground

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

The wilderness and wildlife of Loft Mountain Campground are bound to leave you bewildered and completely content to the core. As the largest...

Alicia
Alicia: Right on the AT, so when we were hiking from rockfish gap up to big meadows, this was a welcome rest. We had a hiker down with...
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Camping in Virginia will give you the chance to enjoy a wide variety of landscapes, from a 217-mile stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway to Clarksville Lake, the largest in the state. The range in terrain found here makes it ideal for hikers and bikers alike, especially along the Creeper Trail. At nearly 35 miles long, this mostly mellow path will weave you along the Grayson Read more...
Camping in Virginia will give you the chance to enjoy a wide variety of landscapes, from a 217-mile stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway to Clarksville Lake, the largest in the state. The range in terrain found here makes it ideal for hikers and bikers alike, especially along the Creeper Trail. At nearly 35 miles long, this mostly mellow path will weave you along the Grayson Highlands State Park and Jefferson National Forest, all the way to the North Carolina border. Snow bunnies will love Virginia's eight sweeping mountain ranges, and beaches stretch along the western side of the state, giving you full access to the Chesapeake Bay and the ocean beyond it. So, dive in! The beach is just the beginning of what this beautiful state has to offer.
Mountaintop Solitude
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3. Mountaintop Solitude

100% Recommend (3 Responses)

25 acre woodland playground in Greenbrier County, WV. The best of two worlds for a location! Relatively remote, but also within 30 minutes to two...

Bill
Bill: I just returned from an overnight camping trip to Mountaintop Solitude. It is located nearby the Greenbrier. However the...
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Holliday Lake Campground

4. Holliday Lake Campground

Grab that fishing pole, because Laurel Ridge was made for the angler in you. With everything from largemouth bass to bluegill to fish for in the...

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Be sure to check out one of Virginia's many wineries for a taste or a bottle, don't forget your camp cup!
James River Campground

5. James River Campground

Branch Pond primitive tent camping is open-year round, offering you unparalled access to the wonders of James River State Park. Relax among the...

Charles
Charles: Camped here for one night ahead of the James River Rundown. The riverside campsites were great, with soft grass, picnic tables,...
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Mountain Farm
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6. Mountain Farm

Pitch your tent in the lower field along the tree line for a breath taking view of Peters Mountain. You are a 4 minute walk from the farmhouse. ...

Scottie
Scottie: Gaea Farm is situated between two mountain ranges and spitting distance from there Appalachian Trail. Camp hosts Doug, April...
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If you're craving a deeper connection with Mother Earth, check out the Luray Caverns!
Bear Creek Lake Campground

7. Bear Creek Lake Campground

Lokking for the best camping at Bear Creek Lake State Park? It is undoubtedly Acorn Loop. The only campground that’s right on the water! A good two...

Spring Hill Farm
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8. Spring Hill Farm

Spring Hill Farm is located in rural northwest Hanover County/Caroline County Border on the North Anna River in Virginia. We are between the Cities...

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What if soldiers rode dinosaurs into the Revolutionary War? Well, take a look! Dinosaur Kingdom II is the wackiest site in the state.
Twin Lakes State Park Campground

9. Twin Lakes State Park Campground

Enjoy double the fun at Twin Lakes! The campground is nestled between the two lakes, a bit closer to Goodwin. Both provide provide ample aquatic...

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Fairy Hill Wild Camping
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10. Fairy Hill Wild Camping

Tucked into a grove at the top of an old farm road at the back of our country campground, you'll have plenty of space to spread out, chill out, and...

Scottie
Scottie: When we arrived, camp host David let us choose between a site nestled into the hillside beyond a creek or a site atop the open...
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Colonial Williamsburg is the closest thing Virginia has to time travel. At over 300 acres, this city is revolutionary, literally.
Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Group Camp
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11. Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Group Camp

Massive group site in 1000 square foot field, with a pavilion, larger firepit, picnic benches, and primitive campsites!

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Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Camp
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12. Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Camp

Campsites range from car camping in the center of base camp to choosing from dozens of different secluded campsites scattered throughout the...

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Sherando Lake Recreation Area

13. Sherando Lake Recreation Area

Parents, it’s time to pack a picnic, toss the kids in the car, and enjoy an easy day (or whole weekend) trip to Sherando Lake Recreation Area. This...

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Hopper Creek Group Campground

14. Hopper Creek Group Campground

The best things in life can be shared—and camping’s no different. Hoppers Creek Group Campground offers it’s visitors a rustic, frill-free...

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Hazel River Hideaway
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15. Hazel River Hideaway

83% Recommend (6 Responses)

Our campsites are located along the scenic Hazel River in Culpeper, Virginia. River Hills is comprised of over 200 acres of private family owned...

Miles
Miles: This place was an absolute blast! Peggy, Tim and David were extremely friendly and fun to hang out with, and the location was...
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Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area

16. Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area

If you appreciate unique character, you’ll love trekking out to Cave Mountain Recreation Area. It’s nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and offers...

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Cave Mountain Lake Group Camp

17. Cave Mountain Lake Group Camp

Crouched in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, is Cave Mountain Lake Recreational Area. Inundated by the area’s namesake freshwater body, this...

Shenandoah River Campground

18. Shenandoah River Campground

94% Recommend (8 Responses)

Head to Shenandoah River State Park any time of year for a relaxing weekend or a whole week of adventure along Virginia’s favorite river. Whether...

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Staunton River State Park Campground

19. Staunton River State Park Campground

Whatever floats your boat, Staunton River’s got it. The 2,400-acre park offers a varied landscape of woodlands, meadows, and shoreline at the...

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North Creek Campground

20. North Creek Campground

We love the benefits of camping near a creek. Things like the view, the sound, and the fish, to name a few. When you head out to North Creek...