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Camp under the stars in our open Meadow site. This site can comfortably fit 3 average-sized tents, 2 roof-top tents, or one small pull-behind trailer/camper at the end of our Meadows Campground.  Parking for 3 vehicles at campsite. Fire ring and picnic table. Short walk to the shower house and main lodge and an even closer portable toilet. 

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Camp under the stars in our open Meadow site. This site can comfortably fit 3 average-sized tents, 2 roof-top tents, or one small pull-behind trailer/camper at the end of our Meadows Campground.  Parking for 3 vehicles at campsite. Fire ring and picnic table. Short walk to the shower house and main lodge and an even closer portable toilet. 

The Outpost Kitchen is open weekends only (Apr-Nov) to order delicious food and craft beer should you not want to prepare your own.

Rent a tube or canoe and spend the afternoon relaxing on the creek. (Shuttles included.)

Endless mountain, road, and gravel riding right from our property. Carvins Cove, a Silver Level mountain bike center, is located just a 25 minute drive away.

Wilderness Adventure offers our guests extensive trails to hike, ponds for fishing and swimming, canoeing and tubing rentals for the creek, and endless open space to wander and relax.

Throughout the summer, we host live music on select Saturday nights, delicious made-to-order meals every weekend, and activity sign-ups for anyone.

Zip-line available Saturday only, Apr-Nov. Inquire upon arrival.

Visit Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing on the web for more details.

Campsite area
Tent site
1 site
Up to 6 guests per site
Short walk
Wheelchair access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
No kitchen
Laundry absent
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Hipcamper Brian
Brian S.
recommends this listing.
June 29th, 2022

Amazing properties with lots of things to do. Approx 20 minutes from Dragon's Toot and McAfee Knob.

Hipcamper Zack
Zack J.
recommends this listing.
May 3rd, 2022

This was our second time camping here, and we loved it more than the first. The facilities and vibe are fantastic. Site 6 is tucked away in a far corner, so it's a bit of a walk to the bath house, but the spot is private with only one adjacent campsite, separated by some trees, and there are portapotties nearby for convenience.

The bath house has four shower stalls each for men and women, and even with the tent sites mostly full and the main lodge rented we only saw one other person. The stalls were clean, the water gets-and stays-very hot, and towels were provided. One of the sinks was out of order in the men's, but the fixture was tall enough to fill bottles, and there's a spigot on a porch on the back of the building.

There's a volleyball pit near the bath house and a creek across the road, as well as plenty of trails to explore if you want something to occupy your downtime. On our Friday there was live music and a bar with reasonable prices on beer/cider/wine. We met and mingled with a cycling group from Quebec who were renting the lodge as a base camp. The friendly, communal atmosphere is fun and unique, but it's easily avoided if you are looking for something more low-key.

There was no cell reception at our campsite for Verizon or TM/ATT, but we got patchy reception by the lodge and stable signal out on the road. There's a well-stocked grocery store 10 mins away in New Castle that even had oat milk!

Absolutely love this place.

Hipcamper Daniel

Our happy place.

Daniel H.
recommends this listing.
October 31st, 2021

Fantastic place to go. Soooo relaxing and lots of things to explore and do. The people are super nice and food is delicious. Highly recommended.

Hipcamper Tina

Beautiful spot in the shade!

Tina C.
recommends this listing.
August 14th, 2021

Very private and quiet campsite! The staff was extremely helpful with our questions and the bathrooms were super clean!

Hipcamper Todd

Highly recommend!

Todd M.
recommends this listing.
July 27th, 2021

Beautiful setting with so many activities to choose from! Campground and facilities were clean and well maintained! Staff was very friendly and accommodating! Look forward to our next visit! Highly recommend staying here! You won’t be disappointed!

Hipcamper Juliet

Loved everything!

Juliet N.
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July 10th, 2021

As a dog-less dog-lover this place was paradise. Jamie our host served an amazing breakfast and coffee. The campsite was clean and dispersed enough for privacy. We could only stay one night but plan to drive back just for Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing.

Hipcamper Lisa

Perfect place for a getaway

Lisa P.
recommends this listing.
July 5th, 2021

Camping at WAC was great! The field in the meadow is level. Lots of shade in our spot, nice, clean picnic tables and incredible privacy. There are so many trails, a creek to cool off in, and we enjoyed music from a live band on Saturday night. The food is good, even with gluten free options. We are returning next weekend!

Hipcamper Meghan
Meghan B.
recommends this listing.
June 29th, 2021

Amazing! Loved the location and the staff was super helpful. Tubing was incredibly relaxing.

Hipcamper Zack

Good stargazing, great facilities

Zack J.
recommends this listing.
June 28th, 2021

We had a great stay here, so much so that we are looking for other nearby hikes so that we can come again. The bathhouse is clean, with four shower stalls and two toilet stalls each. Water pressure was excellent, and my shower stayed hot, but I was the only person using it at the time (630 AM). Two ladies in my group showered at 10PM and 10AM and found it similarly empty. It's the most distant campsite from the bathhouse, probably a few-hundred yard walk, but there's a porta-potty / "outhouse" in the middle of the meadows campground that can be used if needed.

The meadow campsites are reasonably far apart, but you may see a bit of an adjacent group's campfire, and loud sounds, but not conversation, will carry. There were trees between us and the adjacent site to attenuate this. The opposite side of the field is used for RV camping, but there are enough trees to break visibility, but some of the other sites will see the RV groups; site 6 is in the far corner and offers the most privacy. Our location was large enough for three tents with room to spare, with very level ground, and it had two picnic tables and a fire ring with integrated grill. There was plenty of parking space, and we were able to back our car up very close. Compared to the public campgrounds I've utilized, it is more spacious and spaced-out. The surface is mostly grass with a few patches of packed dirt, but there hadn't been rain in several days before our trip. There were a lot of small gnats flying around while we were setting up and cooking dinner between 9-1030PM, but whether from our thermacell, the smoke from the fire, extinguishing many of our lights (except for one far away as a "bait" light), or simply the time of night, these were gone by 11. Don't be like us - make your dinner before dark.

There's a bit of light from nearby Roanoke, but it is very dark with an excellent view of the stars and the galaxy. Huge numbers of fireflies were perched in the trees surrounding the meadow, flashing away all night. It's been many years since I've seen such a lovely display.

We arrived at 9PM, so the office was closed, but the firewood we purchased was already next to the fire pit. Signage is good, with each site having an engraved wooden plaque nailed to a nearby tree, and there were signs for finding the "Meadow Campground" area; the road was gravel until just before our site. There was a note on one sign informing us to check in at the "Outpost" after 5PM, but we couldn't find it while walking around the office, lodge, and bathhouse. Since the firewood was already there, we weren't inconvenienced, but I hope it didn't mess up their paperwork.

There was a live band playing outside the lodge on our Saturday night, with a bar stand to buy canned beer, and a huge fire pit and multitude of chairs and tables. We could very slightly hear the band from our distant campsite, but they stopped playing before the 11PM quiet hours. We spent some time talking to a group that had rented out the lodge and everyone was super cool. Some of the closer campsites or the communal campground would be close enough to the outdoor seating section of the lodge that raucous visitors could be disturbing, but site 6 is several hundred yards away, and ideal for campers wanting a quieter experience. This is also an active summer camp, and there was a group of kids playing tag outside the lodge around 10, so in exchange for the excellent facilities, it's a bit more social than backcountry camping. This was, if anything, a plus for our group. Fully booked, I'd estimate that over a hundred people could be on the property, so peak hours in the bathhouse might be a little crazy, but this is no different than any campground.

Overall we are very impressed. This was far and away our best camping experience - public or private. Great work, Wilderness Adventure; we are eager to return.

Property
Wilderness Adventure
State
Virginia
Country
United States
$45/night
1 Site