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Hale Creek, Virginia
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49 Reviews of 2 Hale Creek, Virginia Campgrounds
Stayed in the Creekside Campground. It’s not a large campground, but that’s ok since it shares one bathhouse (four showers in individual shower rooms around the back side of the facilities). There’s a sink outside the bathhouse for dishes and a laundry room with two washers and two dryers (one was…
It is very limited for those with rv and no other mode of transportation. Campground is a mile away from main amenities. No garbage pickup or drop off close. Staff was great
We stayed here on a fall trip to Pigeon Forge. Great little campground with a nice biking/hiking trail along the lake. Kids had a great time!
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This was a great stay in a YURT! Stayed at the end of November and it was cold but nice. The camp facilities are clean with showers. The ranger station had supplied and lots of information. They had fire wood at the camp ground for $6/pile. Hiking trails are accessible from the camp grounds so no…
Hungry Mother is one of my family’s favorite camp grounds. We usually go camping there once a year. They also have a great place to swim and fish.
Our campsite was clean and quiet. Close to the bathhouse. The full hookups are just so far from the main park.
Our site is beautiful! But, we don't know the number. Miles from the State Park. Hungry Momma ain't too thrilled. People are hooked into our electric, because they blew their breakers. People walk their dogs through our site, because we pick up after our dogs.
We stayed at royal oak campsite it was very nice, the restrooms were pristine. The fire pit was great for cooking.
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In our trip from Arkansas to the east coast we reserved two nights here based on reviews. I’m sure COVID-19 had a lot to do with the park being in shut down mode but we found the park to be so bad we left after one night. Sites we were assigned were very difficult to get in, extremely unlevel and…
We tent camped here in the Royal Oak section. Campsites in this section are tent only and very nice and have platforms. Rv sites are crowded. Clean bath houses, and plenty to do. The lake is beautiful and has boat rentals and a swimming beach! Great place to kayak! This place stays booked up, so…
The Breaks are considered the “Grand Canyon of the south”. Great mountaintop views, hiking, geocaching, kayaking, paddle boats, a zip line, and seasonal white water rafting all available. A few miles from the campground you’ll even find river access with a sandy beach for summer fun. A wonderful…
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The campground itself is maintained better than any other state run campground I’ve ever been to.
The things one must take into consideration is that you need to bring ANYTHING you might need for groceries and there is limited cell coverage for ATT.
Our first time at Hungry mother State Park. We stayed at Camp Burson (part of Hungry Mother) which is located about 1 mile south of the main park. A number of sites are here which have full hookups. About 1/2 of the sites are reservable and 1/2 get assigned when you arrive. The main park at Hungry…
Great State Park! Camp/RV does have full hook up spots, and larger rigs will fit, but very tight for big A’s. Road to park is very tight, windy and has low trees. Take your time and know you are on the right road, it won’t seem like it. Park is very clean, well run, with great shade. Hiking…
This was our last stop on this trip We stayed creek side The site was nice, tight on the creek The site was so/so level but
Would like to come back in the fall for a long weekend