5 Awesome RV Campsites in Virginia

5 Awesome RV Campsites in Virginia

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Steeped in history and culture, Virginia is one of the most exciting states to visit on vacation. Whether you prefer the beaches to the east or the Shenandoah Valley in the north, you won’t find a better place to make new memories with your family and friends. These five great RV campsites will help you become better acquainted with the Old Dominion. 

1. Luray RV Resort and Campground, Luray, VA

Luray RV Resort and Campground in Luray, Virginia, is located along the Shenandoah River, surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Massanutten mountains. Outlanders offers 33 full hook-up RV sites, 20 primitive camping sites, five electrical tent sites, and 10 tent sites called “Hog-Pens.” You won’t find many 21st century amenities at Luray RV Resort and Campground, as the owners have chosen instead to highlight their natural surroundings. If you’re looking for a true nature getaway, then Outlanders might be right for you.

2. Fort Chiswell RV Park, Max Meadows, VA

Fort Chiswell RV Park offers visitors full RV hook-ups for any size motorhome. Enjoy the heated pool or go for a hike. Stop by the game room or start a game of basketball. If you’d like to fish, the pond on-site has bass and catfish. Internet access, picnic area, and playground liven things up. Nearby amenities include miniature golf and river rafting.

3. Lake Ridge RV Resort, Hillsville, VA

Lake Ridge RV Resort in Hillsville, Virginia, stands out by hosting unique themed weekends during peak season, like Hawaiian Weekend, Christmas in July, Pirates and Princesses, and others. In addition, Lake Ridge has full hook-up access for most kinds of RVs, including electrical, TV, Wi-Fi, and concrete pads. Stop by the rope courses, water slides, craft area, or recreation room for the full Lake Ridge experience.

4. Bethpage Camp-Resort, Urbanna, VA

Bethpage has been named the “Best RV Resort in the Nation” and has won the “National Park of the Year” award three times, given by the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds. Everything about Bethpage lends to a luxurious stay. From their website: “From the moment you drive through our front gate you’ll know you have arrived somewhere special! The sprawling water park greets you to the right. The beautiful fresh water lake, beach, and aqua trampoline catching your eye to the left.” The water park, mini golf, aqua jump, and river cruises are just a few of the awesome activities offered to their guests.

5. American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, VA

The American Heritage RV Park allows you to experience historic Colonial Williamsburg like never before. Eight miles from historic Williamsburg, the park is also close to Jamestown, Yorktown, Water Country USA, and Busch Gardens. The park itself has 70 acres of woodlands with pull-throughs, full hook-ups, and concrete patios. If you’re visiting Virginia’s historic triangle, the American Heritage Site is the perfect place to put home base.