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The best camping spots in Virginia with potable water.

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

Big Meadows Campground
Alicia
Alicia: I've camped at Big Meadows twice. The group of women I backpack with and I did the AT from Front Royal...
Rainbow Meadow
Charity
Charity: Ellie's farm in Virginia is for the wanderlust struck couple or family looking for a quiet and bucolic...
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.
Hazel River Campsite
Michael
Michael: One of the best camping experiences I have had in a while! As someone who likes any form of camping -...
Loft Mountain Campground
Alicia
Alicia: Right on the AT, so when we were hiking from rockfish gap up to big meadows, this was a welcome rest....
Keep your eye out for flowering dogwood on your hikes. This plant is so well-loved that it was named both state tree and state flower.
Creeper Trail Camping
Terah
Terah: Genesis Farm is a little slice of tranquility right on the Virginia Creeper Trail, about five minutes...
Handmaids Gate Camp
Batya
Batya: Beautiful Floyd County was predicted by Edgar Caycee to be a clearing spot in the future when times...
Be sure to check out one of Virginia's many wineries for a taste or a bottle, don't forget your camp cup!
1812 Virginia Farmstay
Katherine
Katherine : Feel like visiting the English countryside without the long flight? The historic 1812 Caledonia Farm...
CATAWAY
Justin
Justin: CATAWAY is a land-base for anyone who wants to grow outside of the city and live in a village on the...
If you're craving a deeper connection with Mother Earth, check out the Luray Caverns!
Mountain views
Steve
Steve: Pitch your tent, bring your dog, enjoy your own firepit, and grill. You will have your own picnic...
Cedar Dam
Alia
Alia: This was one of our favorite stops on our month-long cross country trip. We got in at dusk and Kim...
What if soldiers rode dinosaurs into the Revolutionary War? Well, take a look! Dinosaur Kingdom II is the wackiest site in the state.
Shillelagh Acres
Brandon
Brandon : Depending on where you choose to set up camp will determine your level of privacy. The back...
Hawk Nest Mushroom Farm
Cole
Cole: Orv was an amazing host who opened up his home for my fiancée and I! He took us sight seeing around...
Colonial Williamsburg is the closest thing Virginia has to time travel. At over 300 acres, this city is revolutionary, literally.
The Cabin at River Hills
Cole
Cole: Amazing stretch of land where you can basically do anything you'd expect to do in the great outdoors....
Mathews Arm Campground
Dan
Dan: Went there in the middle of the week and had no problem getting a camp site for just $10. Bathrooms...
Peaks of Otter Campground
Alexander
Alexander: Get up early to watch the otters. Quitly exit your tent. There are often deer roaming around the sites...
Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Group Camp
Sean
Sean: Massive group site in 1000 square foot field, with a pavilion, larger firepit, picnic benches, and...
Galleywinter Getaway
Gail
Gail: Camp on a 20 acre working horse farm and reconnect with nature. Located at the base of the Blue Ridge...
Rustic Retreat at Galleywinter
Gail
Gail: A bed built of White Birch and Black locust tucked into the upstairs floor of the barn. Horse stalls...
Pineshade
Glenda
Glenda: I have room for two tents in my backyard or one small RV 2 miles to the Capital Trail, James River...