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Easy access right off 85, but far enough its quiet. Nice really long pull through sites, place is well maintained and lots to offer, whether passing through or wanting to explore the area. Nice clean bathhouse, modern, fairly new, full hoopups include cable and wifi, you wont be disappointed. They have a small pool and sundeck, playground for the kids. We were treated so kindly, we felt like family. Cant recommend this place enough. Big level gravel sites, they had back in sites further back in the trees, so they can accommodate you with shade or more open sites, just let them know which you prefer.
It was surprisingly busy, almost all sites occupied. There is not much space between the sides, but the park is huge and right at the lake. We stayed only one night. A lot of young families were here with their bikes. Restrooms were fair. All in all a nice campground if you don't mind little privacy.
10 flat, paved spots on the top of hillside looking up at Pilot Mt. You're right next to your neighbors, but was a great spot for a stopover. Very clean and the fact that it's family owned was nice. You're staying for the view and easy access to hiking, not much else.
This is a campground located in a tiny valley between two small hills/mountainsides. Tom, the proprietor, is friendly and efficient in guiding the guests to their site. We camped here in mid Sept 2020 and had a great time. We were in site 8. The bathhouse is small, but clean. The stream runs below the campsites. Each site is a pull-thru and is in the form of a crescent, so everyone’s door faces the stream. They can handle the smaller TT to the largest monster-sized motor homes.
New River Trail is one block from campground. You can ride bikes from your campsite to the trail. The trail is almost 57 miles in length and we rode 15 miles out and 15 back to campsite.
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We stayed in campsite #7, closest one to bath house.
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We stayed in a newer campsite in the rear of the campground. IT WAS AWESOME! It was site #17, up on a slight hill and it had a really nice deck.(WiFi and cable are great in the entire park).
Jomeokee Campground is a well cared for small campground and has such a calming and peaceful natural vibe. If you like “natural” “real” campgrounds without all the asphalt and concrete, you will love this one. I camp to get out into nature.
The trees, the adjacent pastures, the farm pond, the rolling hills, and the scenic views make this a great little campground. The bottom row of sites looks directly at Pilot Mtn in the distance. The sunsets are gorgeous.
The large grassy fields have lots of kids and adults playing ball and frisbee. They allow tent groups and everyone seems to be having a great time.
This is a very quiet campground at night. The camp host leads you in and makes sure you are situated in your site. Another camp host delivers firewood to your site if you place order.
The bath house is centrally located and is clean. They also have a dump station on the property.
The owner rides thru frequently and visits with campers. This campground is very pet friendly.
We were here in early Sept 2020 and in site 51
We camped here June 26-28 and had a great time. This place has an actual water park within the campground (although closed for COVID). We had FHU and were in site A3 right beside the stream. In this park, all the sites are dirt only, no paved pads, but do have rock fire rings. The WiFi was pretty good considering the number of people who were probably using it. This is a gated campground, you only enter with a pass card.
Bath house was clean and the grounds were very well maintained. The pond dam was really close to our site and the rushing water will really lull you to sleep at night.
We camped here near end of July. This is a COE park and it was well kept, clean and easy to get to.
We had a back in site with W/E, 94B. This is a good interior site. There are great sites down on the peninsula that have water views but we were not able to get one on this trip.
Bike riding in the park is fun and there are plenty of areas to bike.
We stayed here for a quick one night stop to break up our trip. It was a super convenient stop right off I-81 and had great truck stops off the exit as well. We have a 40’ class A and flat tow a Jeep. We stayed in back-in site 38. It was a decent site slightly off level, but nothing too crazy. When we stop here again, we’ll book a pull through so we don’t have to unhook the Jeep.