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62 Reviews of 6 Hermosa, Virginia Campgrounds
The park is nice and clean. Great for families and retirees.
Camping with our Taxa Cricket; sites are slightly inclined, with some better than others— the tent and small camper sites are deeper in the woods (and flatter!). Very clean and tidy.
The campsites are extremely close together so there is no privacy at all. Also in shower house the lights are motioned sensored which are super inconvenient when you're the only one in there and it cuts off 2 or 3 times while your showering and you have to carefully walk in the dark to the middle…
This was our first time camping in Va in our Popup.
This is a nice spot. Easy access to hiking trails and swimming or fishing in the lake.
The bathrooms are clean and they have a decent dish washing station.
All RV sites have H2O and electric.
A few of the sites did not seem to be very…
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The shaded spots were a good size and pretty secluded. That’s all the good I can say. The map makes it look like you have water access from the campsite- you don’t. You have to drive to the public beach across the state park. The map of the park is very confusing and we drove by our site at least…
This was a great campground. We were tent camping, so the humidity was a bit rough the first week of June. The camp sites were very well maintained and the bathrooms were clean, although lacking some hot water for showers. The camp site map can be a bit confusing as the colors don't always…
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Big campground on a lake. Campsites are mostly level, are various sizes and offer various amounts of screening between sites. Look at the photos.
Of all of the campgrounds in the area, this one wasn’t fully booked. I assume it’s because most of the sites are fairly primitive in that they…
Our family loved this park and its amenities. The campground was nice but some of the sites are a little small so definitely pay attention to the camper length per individual site. The bathhouse is in the center of the loop so that makes it convenient to most of the sites. The swimming lake has…
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Nice swim area, nice roads but the sites could use some updating. A lot of them are sloped. Very hard to level out a RV. Playground could use updating and maybe a fence around since it’s so close to the road. Bathrooms need updating.
Tent sites are shady, although some can be VERY close to one another. There’s a nice beach area and the park seems to offer boat rentals (unsure of COVID policies at the moment, though). 🛶
The playgrounds and amenities for kids are cute, and the bathrooms are clean. The park sells wood and has a…
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We stayed in Cabin #3 and it was perfect. It’s a 3BR/2BA spacious cabin, wooded and lakeside. Great sunsets and nice big deck (some areas of the porch are covered, and have rocking chairs). Kitchen is equipped with microwave, toaster, coffee pot, water glasses, coffee mugs, plates, bowls, utensils,…
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Smaller campground. 33 sites, only a handful for larger rigs. Mostly level. E/W only. Dump station. Two lakes, lots of places to walk/hike, explore.
The higher numbered spots are more private. Excellent place with water access and clean bathrooms
Occoneechee was a great state park to stay at. We enjoyed the awesome views, friendly staff, and walking trails. We will be back!
We had a wonderful time camping at Smith Mountain Lake State Park! We stayed at the end of March and it was definitely spring weather. Warmish during the day and very cool at night. Staying here in the late winter/early spring, the campground is not as crowded as it would be in summer!
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