We welcome you to our view of the great outdoors. We are 30 minutes from the entrance of the well known Skyline Drive, part of the Shenandoah National Park. We are surrounded by multiple hikes, restaurants, breweries and wineries less than a 30 minute trip! Onsite we have numerous amenities open to all camping guests which include, fish stocked pond, large swimming pool, bas
We welcome you to our view of the great outdoors. We are 30 minutes from the entrance of the well known Skyline Drive, part of the Shenandoah National Park. We are surrounded by multiple hikes, restaurants, breweries and wineries less than a 30 minute trip! Onsite we have numerous amenities open to all camping guests which include, fish stocked pond, large swimming pool, basketball court, and soccer field. We welcome you to stay with us and enjoy our 40 acre view!
**Please order Firewood before your arrival, as sometimes a staff member might not be onsite. Thank you**
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
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Great place, great host
The sites are spacious, we had plenty of room for three tents (two four-person sized tents, and an eight-person sized tent) as well as a large area for eight of us to hang out around the fire ring. The sites are also fairly secluded. While they're near enough to walk to each other, there is a lot of space between where one site ends and another begins, so it is perfect for group camping without feeling like you're bothering your "next-door neighbors."
The hill to get up to the campsites is steep and rutted, so I do suggest something other than a low-riding sedan, however, one of our group did get his sedan up it just fine, so it isn't a huge deal.
The hot water smells a little sulfurous, but it is hot, which is super nice after a cold October night!
We had car issues the day before we were supposed to leave, and we were unable to fix it ourselves. Though we got in contact with State Farm roadside assistance, they kept cancelling and putting off dispatching help until the day we were supposed to leave, so we were worried that we would not be able to vacate the campsite by noon. I reached out to Justin, and he was very gracious and understanding of the situation, and asked what he could do to help us.
We very much appreciated the response we received from Justin; it relieved a lot of our anxieties surrounding the car troubles, and really took a load off of our plate.
Overall, we all really enjoyed Shenandoah Meadows, and we would definitely camp here again!
Peaceful space in the mountains
It’s so peaceful in the mountains! Our site had pretty views and a lot of space to run around and play soccer and frisbee. We used the fire pit, picnic table and stone benches provided. It was a few minutes walk to the pond (we didn’t catch anything) and the clean bathrooms. Justin responded to every question we had while we were there by text. It was about 20 minutes to the closest grocery store - Dollar General (that I could find). The only thing that was annoying were the bugs. They were like little gnats that swarmed around our faces - they didn’t bite us at least and the bug spray helped a little.. The fire helped a lot. And didn’t stop us from having a nice time. We were at site 5. I recommend staying here.
Shenandoah camping trip
Absolutely a great camping 🏕 site. Only concern is entrance road and access to camp sites. I have a chevy equinox and it was rough getting to site. Washed out main entrance and quite a sharp hill to access site. Otherwise it was an amazing experience!
Midweek escape from the rat race
10/10. Great tent sites, each one is huge and well maintained. Fire rings, benches, picnic tables are standard at each site. Gorgeous views, heart healthy walk to the bathroom facilities. RTT was no issue, leveled on some rocks found in the wood line.
Best of both worlds
This is the best of both worlds for camping. At my campsite, I didn't feel like I was in a campground -- huge space, no concrete, no other campsites visible; yet a 5-minute walk took me to flush toilets and hot showers. My only real challenge was keeping my tires from spinning out heading uphill to my campsite. If it had been muddy, I might well have gotten stuck. If you have a small car (I was in an Accord), I recommend sticking to campsite #1, which is the only one that doesn't require navigating that hill.