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1812 Virginia Farmstay
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1. 1812 Virginia Farmstay

Take a break from back country camping in the adjacent Shenandoah National Park. Two comfortable suites await in a National Register 1812 stone...

Katherine
Katherine : Feel like visiting the English countryside without the long flight? The historic 1812 Caledonia Farm is just that. Tucked away...
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Big Meadows Campground

2. Big Meadows Campground

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

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Tye River Cove
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3. Tye River Cove

Pitch your tent at Tye Cove and you will immediately experience a sense of peace that makes the the world a little lighter. The Tye River flows...

Hunter
Hunter: This is the best location to camp along the Tye River. Other than the owners house (which is beautiful in itself) it is...
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Belle Isle Campground

4. Belle Isle Campground

If the summer heat is making you cranky, you can wet your whistle and all the rest of you at Belle Isle Campground. This wild piece of water...

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Spring Hill Farm
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5. 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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Grayson Highlands Campground

6. Grayson Highlands Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Located almost right on the southern border of Virginia, Grayson Highlands is a gorgeous getaway no matter what state you're coming from. As the...

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Rocky Knob Campground

7. Rocky Knob Campground

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but if you’re shooting for that “wow” effect without dropping major Gs, the crystalline-crusted caves in...

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Peaks of Otter Campground

8. Peaks of Otter Campground

What Peaks of Otter Campground lacks in actual otters, it more than makes up for in gorgeous Blue Ridge views, epic hiking trails, and plenty of...

Hazel River Hideaway
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9. Hazel River Hideaway

75% Recommend (4 Campers)

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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Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Cabin
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10. Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Cabin

This is a nice cabin that has a kitchenette, a master bedroom with double bed, a propane fireplace, upstairs there are 8 beds (bunk beds)....

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Greenwood Point Campground

11. Greenwood Point Campground

Signs may lead you there, but you’ll have to carve your own path to Greenwood Point Campground. No road access is available for this isolated...

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Loft Mountain Campground

12. Loft Mountain Campground

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

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Wolf Gap Recreation Area

13. Wolf Gap Recreation Area

It’s just you and the crickets out here at Wolf Gap Recreation Area. Well, the crickets and your camping neighbors—but not many! This campground...

Ellen
Ellen: Huge fan of this spot. No potable water, but nice sites and a reliable bathroom. Worth noting that there are a couple dispersed...
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Fairy Hill Wild Camping
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14. 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...

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Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Camp
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15. 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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First Landing State Park Campground

16. First Landing State Park Campground

A collection of tent sites tucked off in its own little corner, Loop A of the campground at super-popular First Landing State Park has the...

Tara
Tara: This park is in the city of Virginia Beach, so it's pretty busy, but it is a great way to explore this resort town without...
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Shenandoah River Campground

17. Shenandoah River Campground

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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Blowing Springs Campground

18. Blowing Springs Campground

Night camping can be scary if you aren’t familiar with the sights and sounds of the outdoors, but if you feel a cold breath on your neck in the...

Gennette
Gennette : A peaceful river borders one side of the campground and it's perfect for swimming and fishing. Our group had three children,...
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Hone Quarry Campground

19. Hone Quarry Campground

Hone Quarry Campground is the place for the serious adventuring. We’re talking about the kind of stuff that requires helmets and kneepads: rock...

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Hawk Recreation Area

20. Hawk Recreation Area

Nestled deep in the Alleghany Mountains, amongst high trees and quintessential wildlife, Hawk Campground is the perfect opportunity to peace off...

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Camp Roosevelt Recreation Area

21. Camp Roosevelt Recreation Area

Before you fall fast asleep under the lofty oaks at Camp Roosevelt Campground, make sure to thank the Civilian Conservation Corps for all they’ve...

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Little Fort Campground

22. Little Fort Campground

Head out to Little Fort for a lotta fun. This minimally developed recreation area, believe it or not, was once a rest stop for a stagecoach line...

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Mathews Arm Campground

23. Mathews Arm Campground

You can’t spell g-e-t-a-w-a-y without Mathews Arm Campground (well. . . some of the same vowels, at least). Nestled between cascading trees and...

Dan
Dan: Went there in the middle of the week and had no problem getting a camp site for just $10. Bathrooms were extremely clean. ...
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Kiptopeke Campground

24. Kiptopeke Campground

Paint with all the colors of the wind next weekend in Kiptopeke State Park! This spot was once the stomping grounds of Captain John Smith in 1602,...

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Double Shoals Campground

25. Double Shoals Campground

The name says it all: Double Shoals is a two-site campground on the banks of the New River. It’s one of several very primitive campgrounds along...

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Westmoreland State Park Campground

26. Westmoreland State Park Campground

At Westmoreland, you’ll get even MORE than you bargained for. The stunning scenery, tons of activities and a rich local history make this place an...

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Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Group Camp
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27. 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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Sherando Lake Recreation Area

28. 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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Brandywine Recreation Area

29. Brandywine Recreation Area

One you go Brandywine, you never go back (or something like that). Camping by the lovely 10-acre Brandywine Lake means you’ll get to splash around...

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Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area

30. Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area

If you’re hunting for the that quintessential camping experience, ride out to Elizabeth Furnace Recreation, where you’ll be greeted with endless...

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