About Cedar Dam
Pitch your tent and enjoy all that Historic Cedar Dam has to offer. Beautiful views, the largest willow oak in Virginia, wildlife galore, a "Fish House" with running water fridge, and griddle, a lake full of fish to catch for dinner. A mute swan named Admiral Featherington to add an extra touch of beauty, a hot outdoor shower then a stroll past the beaver pond to cap off your evening. If the weather turns bad you can upgrade to the cabin, start a fire and charge your devices. Peaceful wooded sites, or stay in the rabbit patch and make some furry friends while you eat your fill of wild blackberries
***Unsuitable for children under 12 years old***
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 4
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Cars, Vans, Trailers, RV & Motorhomes
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Cedar Dam
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This was one of our favorite stops on our month-long cross country trip. We got in at dusk and Kim showed us around her property which included a beautiful pond, an ancient willow tree, a field full of bunnies, and the sweetest wild cherry tomatoes. Our only regret was not staying longer!
Kim was a wonderful host. We arrived fairly late, but she still took us around in a golf cart and showed us the whole property. She has lots of different spaces to camp in. We chose to be back in the woods. It was the perfect spot. Secluded, but not too far from the bathroom or outdoor shower. We were able to do some great fishing and pick fresh cherry tomatoes on the property. She even built us a fire in the firepit. All we had to do was bring some chairs and light it. I would highly recommend Cedar Dam for any campers. It was just two of us, but it would have been perfect for a large group as well.
This place was so special! This review won't do it justice! My friend and I went for one night to celebrate her birthday and we had the most relaxing time. Kim is an awesome host and helped us pick out a spot when we first arrived. Every spot was beautiful, but we decided to camp in the "bunny patch" in a shady spot next to the pond. There were a few other guests but we felt like we had the whole place to ourselves! The views at sunset were terrific on both the pond and in the meadow. The pond was great for swimming and floating - there was a row boat and a paddle board available for use as well. My advice - save some space and leave your cooking gear at home! The communal fire pit was equipped for grilling and the fish house had all the pots, utensils, plates, etc required for cooking a meal.