Lakeside RV camping near Radford

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Wild Toad Lake

2 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Claudville, VA
This property is located on the border of VA and NC, 6 miles from Kibler Valley on the Dan River with recreational releases for Class 2 white water kayaking in the summer. We are close to Class 1 kayak and canoe river runs as well in Danbury NC along with hiking in the Blue Ridge mountains, Hanging Rock State Park and Pilot Mountain State Park. We are close to the legendary Mayberry NC , also known as Mt Airy NC and many wineries and breweries in NC and VA. We will send an email with general information and links after you book. For now we are only taking one booking at a time so you can choose your spot and have the whole place to yourself and your group up to 16 adults. There are multiple tent sites as well as room for one or 2 small campers. You can set up your tent under the pavilion or on the band pavilion or string hammocks under the pavilion or from the trees. Well behaved dogs welcome, NO GUNS, NO FIREWORKS.
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Lake Serenity Campground

6 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Thaxton, VA
Welcome to an idyllic retreat nestled in the heart of nature! Close to Vinton, Roanoke, and Bedford; this property boasts a pristine setting with a stunning backdrop of mountains, offering a tranquil escape for those seeking serenity. Enjoy staying in a secluded envioment. Adjacent to a larger farm, the property not only provides a picturesque view but also grants exclusive access to a creek, inviting you to indulge in rustic walks and explorations. With an intimate knowledge of the area gained over countless years of residency, I can attest to the unparalleled charm and beauty that surrounds this haven. Ensuring privacy and seclusion, this retreat is thoughtfully positioned to minimize proximity to neighbors, creating a haven where you can truly immerse yourself in nature. Accessible via a paved road, the final stretch along a public gravel road adds a touch of adventure while maintaining ease of arrival. Discover the perfect balance of 20 miles to Roanoke and natural splendor in this timeless escape where the only neighbors are the mountains and the whispering wind.
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Bluestone Camp & Retreat

5 sites · RVs, Tents480 acres · Hinton, WV
Bluestone Camp & Retreat is a Presbyterian Summer Camp Program with organized summer youth and family camp activities over 4 weeks in June and July, and a three-season Retreat Destination for a variety of church, non-profit, and family groups April through November. We are a ministry of the Presbytery of West Virginia (PCUSA) serving member congregations as well as many other church and non-profit organizations. Bluestone has been in operation since 1953. Our Mission is to provide experiences that are character building in nature through Summer Camping Programs and other programmatic events for children, youth, and adults; and to provide opportunities for recreation, rest, and renewal through the use of our facilities as a Center of Christian Hospitality. We have five camp sites that overlook the Bluestone Lake Reservoir.  Each is a clearly defined 60' x 20' space along one side of a level grass field, and each is equipped with a 50/30/20 amp electric pedestal, water spigot, sewer drop, picnic table, and an above ground steel campfire pit. There is also a shower house available for Hipcampers to use.   We have two price points: 1. Our Regular Price per night is $35 based on double occupancy. Each additional person (ages 12 and older, max = 6 people per site) is $10. 2. Our price increases to $50 per night for the months of June and July which is our high season. Each additional person (ages 12 and older, max = 6 people per site) is $10. Youth and Children ages 11 and younger are free, so keep that in mind when you select the number of guests in your party!
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W.T. Farm?

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents300 acres · Union, WV
What makes W.T. Farm special is the diversity of textures of the landscape. We have great mountain top views, as well as, a deep holler with cliffs, rock outcroppings, and waterfalls. The fields are full of fruit and nut trees and there are 5 ponds. Each of these supports its own flora and fauna. I acquired stewardship of this land 35 years ago and have developed perennial orchards wherever possible. I started with pears and have branched out into pawpaws, apples, persimmons, currants, black walnuts etc. and I boast that I planted the first commercial hickory oil orchard in the world. I am an eccentric horticulturalist and graft cultivar varieties onto existing trees like oaks, hickories, black walnuts, and even the maligned invasive honeysuckle, autumn olive and multiflora rose. Just last year I bought an adjoining farm that opened up 50 acres of more orchard planting. It is on top of the mountain and offers an expansive view of the valley and ridge system that defines our region. Funny thing is that because the land between the old farm and the new farm is divided by cliffs in the holler the only way to get from one to the other is a 12 minute drive or vigorous hiking. On this new land is a historic log cabin I am renovating that is said to be one of the original settler's cabin on the mountain. Because of the amount of tree fruit I grow and the varied landscape, there is a rich diversity of birds and animals to be seen. One of my favorite walks is along the cliffs to the top waterfall where there is a sweet wading pool. I have also built a number of ponds and four of them are quite swimmable. One has a dock and is where we spend much summer time refreshing and frolicking. The farm is also a small (very small) licensed farm winery and we make and sell traditional hard cider from our apples and pears. Our cider can be purchased along with our nut oils and flours and other farm produce you may not be familiar with. We live to eat. Coming here is a gastronomical adventure! I run the Acornucopia project from here and from it we are developing a foragers network that would very much suit the lifestyle of hipcampers. We pay foragers for wild nuts they gather. Also often there is an opportunity to work on the farm harvesting and processing food. Let me know if that is something you would like to do. Treely Yours, Bill
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Jack Rabbit Lake

35 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Lawsonville, NC
This property was once owned by a gentleman named Jack. He was known for selling rabbit pelts. He was also commissioned by the government to make apple brandy. The farm has been in the same family for many generations. Learn more about this land: Catch and release fishing. Kayaks are welcomed. Take nature hikes and view local wildlife and vegetation, Enjoy riding your horses, bikes, golf cart, and ATV's in designated areas, as not to scare guests with horses. Riding ATV's or carts after dusk should be quiet and courteous to others. Blue Ridge Parkway and other state park facilities nearby. There is a cafe, a gas station, and a Dollar General within 5 miles of the site. Pets are welcome as long as they don't distress other guests. We asked that everything you bring onto the property be removed when you leave, including all trash and debris.  We ask that you be respectful to other guests, wildlife, and vegetation in the area. The site once operated an Apple brandy distillery, a working farm, and has been in the same family for several generations.
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Camping just got better! With over 1985 available options near Radford, Virginia, Hipcamp offers the perfect RV camping experience for those who love lakes. Dark Ridge Hide Out (422 reviews), The Oasis at Harmon Creek Farms (288 reviews), and Rivers Edge Trail Camp (267 reviews) are some of the top-rated campsites that offer popular amenities such as pets, potable water, and campfires. With an average price per night of $35 and options as low as $5, you can indulge in popular activities like fishing, whitewater paddling, and boating.

Camping just got better! With over 1985 available options near Radford, Virginia, Hipcamp offers the perfect RV camping experience for those who love lakes. Dark Ridge Hide Out (422 reviews), The Oasis at Harmon Creek Farms (288 reviews), and Rivers Edge Trail Camp (267 reviews) are some of the top-rated campsites that offer popular amenities such as pets, potable water, and campfires. With an average price per night of $35 and options as low as $5, you can indulge in popular activities like fishing, whitewater paddling, and boating.

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