I don't know if I will ever get to write the FIRST review of a campground on Campendium again, but if not, I am glad it is for this one.
Marlinton Creek and Trail Campground is a new, privately-owned, 6-site campground fanned out on a 3 acre...
You don't get any more private sites than at BearTree - the trees and undergrowth are so thick, each site is it's own little island of lushness.
That being said - for some, this may not be the best place.
Have a rig longer than 30'? The road...
This is a very compact park if you don't have the permit to drive on the beach; maybe 4 miles long with an excellent bike trail along the entire length. Very easy to get around with bikes. Possibly the most beautiful beach on the east coast due...
The access road in is hilly and windy, as others have mentioned, but a full two lanes wide and not an issue for access, imho. This COE gem has three distinct loops, each about 150' up the hill from the last. We stayed at the bottom, lakeside...
This is New River State Park in NORTH CAROLINA - not Virginia. (VA has a similar-named park.)
Halfway between Sparta and West Jefferson on a windy road (R221); access is MUCH easier from Blue Ridge Parkway via the West Jefferson Route. West...
You can rent a paddleboard at the same pond that has alligator warnings.
The best thing is its close proximity to Charleston. We don't have a tow-vehicle, so we took advantage of the shuttle bus ($10 round trip per person), but we...
Beautiful, small campground an hour west of DC near the intersection of I-66 and I-81. No cell (T-Mobile), no TV via antenna.
When we visited on a Thursday in November, the park was unattended and check-in was on a typical USFS honor system....
While our site (190 on Ivy Road) for our 32 foot Class A was not incredibly level, we were able to manage to level with chocks and pads and centering the rig in the middle and rear of the pad. RV sites that we observed that WERE level were 191-195...
Check-in: poorly signed but well-staffed.
Site - difficult to find with site map and very tight for a 32' rig. Sites close together in Creekside and the entrance approach was very curvy and would be impossible! for 2 RVs to pass one another along...
Elevation 5,000 ft! Great hiking nearby, but were socked in with fog at the end of September 2020.
Short walk to Mt. Pisguah Lodge/Restaurant/Camp Store: Coffee, No beer or wine (BOOOOO!)
Great campground on the Blue Ridge Parkway!
"New campground, walking distance to town, full hook ups along the Greenbrier Trail!"
"Muggy, Buggy and Dark - Beautiful, private sites, not big-rig friendly"
"Gorgeous Barrier Island National Seashore"
"Beautiful, quiet campground. No hiking trails."
"Small, beautiful campground near Blue Ridge Parkway. Full hookups available."
"Large, well-developed campground near Charleston"
"We will be back! Perfect for shoulder season camping"
"Lovely campground during the week: quiet and beautiful."
"Beautiful state park good for smaller RVs and tenters!"
"Perfectly acceptable Blue Ridge Parkway way station"
"A must-stop for RV travelers along the Blue Ridge Parkway"
"Great stop for touring the Blue Ridge Parkway"
"Comfortable suburban campground with easy access to DC and environs."
"Beautiful park with MEH campground."
"Gorgeous COE campground with great hiking"