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
You know what would make this trip even better?
Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Retreat at Shenandoah Meadows
All the wood you’ll need!
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Retreat at Shenandoah Meadows in Virginia.
Places to see near Retreat at Shenandoah Meadows
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Great family spot w/ valley views!
What a gem of a spot for our first camping trip as a family of four! We loved staying here. Our kids especially loved that the pool was still open for warm evenings in late September - a perfect bonus. So many charming nearby Virginia villages to explore and the views are magic.
Need an suv
I had mixed feelings about my trip here. Overall the campground is very clean and nice. I had 2 problems though. The road up to the campsites traverses a small creek and then up a dirt hill that requires 4 wheel drive or an SUV. My Toyota Camry could not make it up to the campsite so we had to haul our gear in. While reversing out of the dirt road after not being able to make it up, I hit a large pothole that damaged my car. Just something to think about if you drive a car and not an SUV.
The other slight problem that we encountered was that someone was in our campsite when we arrived around midnight. Not sure if the campsite was double booked or something, but that was a slight disappointment upon arrival.
Overall a great place to camp if you are prepared.
Wonderful and scenic campground!
I stayed at campsite #2 for one night - the view of the mountains from this site was absolutely beautiful and the site itself had everything we needed (a picnic table and a fire ring). The bath house is super nice and has drinking water! The pool is also very nice (we went in despite it being a bit too cold out for swimming). Only warning is that the road up to campsites 2-5 can be a bit dicey - my car got stuck in ruts up the hill a few times and I ended up just parking elsewhere on the property, but I might've just been being overly cautious because someone with the same car made it up the same day. Just be aware. Overall, a wonderful place to camp and I'll be back.