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136 Reviews of 25 Bella Vista, Virginia Campgrounds
Very easy to maneuver. Pull through and back in sites. All level gravel sites. Nice pond, Playground and picnic pavilions.
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No trees for the pull throughs but still a nice place and right off of the Blue Ridge Parkway
Very well-kept campground. Peaceful, Quiet, Wonderful Staff.
This was a fine place to park overnight. The trailhead connects to the Appalachian Trail, so there were several other cars parked overnight as well. It is a gravel lot, pretty level. There is a little road noise until about 1030 PM. Pretty little creek runs by the gravel lot, and there are also…
Didn't know what to expect. Very quiet area. Some spots are near I74 but most are not. Large lake and history here. Close to town to see the local legends hometown.
Camped out for one night, great place. Owners are real friendly, they have a store as well. The trains though! My dog did not appreciate them, but overall nice place.
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Checked into this wonderful State Park in Beaver, W VA. Close to New River Gorge National Park.
Big sites with water and electricity, dump station on premise.
Just overnight and heading north
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Very friendly and welcoming! We were arriving after hours, so they left our site packet outside the office door with all of the info we needed! Had great wifi! Full hookup sites! Level spots. Had nice playgrounds!
The Greenbrier River RV Park campground was fine. It was right on the Greenbrier River and you could do float, kayak and canoe trips from the campground. There were full hook-up sites and tent sites (right on the river). The sites were pretty big and most were shaded. It was close (less than 15…
The check in process went very smoothly. There weren’t any other tent campers; so, we were able to pick a different site than the one we reserved. The owners/operators could not have been more friendly. Our camp site was the most shady and the only site with drive-up access. The rest of the…
We stayed in Meador site 14, which was the furthest away from the bath house (still only maybe 150 yards), but it was on the water & was the most secluded (just meaning it's at the end of the row not between other spots). It was freshly mowed, had a fire ring, picnic table, & was right on…
Arrived on a Friday morning & was the only one there. Had my pick of all the sites! Campground was very clean with trash bins & porta-potties. Trails were well maintained & short walk down to the river. Would definitely stay again!
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The campground has a nice playground, large sites with grass and rock parking pads. Full hookups. All sites are in the sun. This campground is very convenient for touring through Mayberry.
We state at the tent campsites for 4 days. Very clean and well kept. I will say the outhouses were a bit rough, but most are—a lot of hiking and sightseeing. I could not be there during prime trout season, so I didn't get any fishing in. I would recommend this state park.
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dragons tooth is off a path that is part of the Appalachian Trail, there is a good amount of parking with a bathroom and garbage, once you begin the trail there are a few dispersed obvious camping spots, these are the only camping spots that are easy to walk to the rest of the hike is moderate, but…
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