This is a pretty cool place to visit. I would highly recommend taking one of the bus tours into the non-public areas. Looking for dinosaur fossils was a lot of fun and the kids on our tour loved it!
We have a 40 foot RV, so getting a spot for...
This older campground will suffice for a quick overnight stop. The staff was very friendly and were able to accommodate us at the last minute with 30 amp service when the temperature was over 100 degrees.
The rigs are squeezed tight together. ...
Price paid is Canadian dollars.
This campground is a former KOA. It is conveniently located off Highway 17. Check in was smooth and quick. The sites themselves are spaced apart a decent amount, are gravel and grass and have 30 amp electric...
Price paid is in Canadian dollars.
The rating of this campground is a three based on the following:
Ease of access: 2 stars
Quality on non-waterfront sites: 2 stars
Quality of waterfront sites: 4 stars
View from waterfront sites: 5...
Price paid is Canadian dollars.
This is an RV Resort that for mostly seasonal sites (a lot of park models). But they do have 15 or so campsites in the back for short term stays. They are towards the back set off by themselves, are gravel and...
This is not your typical county park. Situated on the Susquehanna river, there are only 3 or so open sites of the 40, all the rest being taken up by seasonal campers. Access to the park is challenging for big rigs.
Reservations are made by...
We stayed here because of the Passport America rate and it was a convenient location to meet up with friends. We here there during the week when things were peaceful. I am sure the place is a zoo on the weekends. So keep that in mind.
Price paid reflects having full hookups and the National Seniors Pass. Regular price for full hookups is $40 and $37 for water and electric.
This is another great Corp of Engineers campground on a reservoir. The campground is mowed grass with...
We stayed at this campground in order to visit family in Reston. We had no idea what to expect. But we were pleasantly surprised! This is an average campground in an excellent location. If you want to visit D.C., this would be a good home...
"Brand new Big Rig RV Park"
"Good for an overnight or if in the area"
"Nothing special - but good location for western suburbs"
"Small, newer RV Park - good for a night or two"
"Lovely location, but too many downsides"
"Come to be close to the city"
"Lovely Resort, a tad pricey"
"Excellent location to get to Beaverton"
"Nice location and owners, horrible cell service"
"New KOA - not up to par yet"
"Older Campground, friendly staff"
"Good for an overnight stop "
"Unique, but not easy to get to."
"Not for big rigs, mostly seasonal"
"Typical seasonal campground, great Passport America rate"
"Another great CoE campgroud"
"Added star for beach access"
"Stay here to be close to Chesapeake"
"Throughly enjoyed our stay"
"Location, Location, Location. "
"Nice RV Resort away from the crowds"
"High Price, Little Value"
"Excellent value for the money"
"Wonderful site on the Lagoon"
"Convenient for an overnight stay"
"Good base camp for visiting Mesa Verde"
"It's another nice KOA...nothing exceptional."
"Best Campground WiFi EVER!"
"Campground has reopened"