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Magruder Hills, Virginia
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This park was well maintained, as most state parks have been. However, the sites were a good size but were very difficult to get even a small trailer into the site due to the narrow roads. We were tent camping, in the beginning of May, and the weather was cold and wet. The swimming area was nice…
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Hosts were friendly and attentive. Site was spacious and pleasantly situated for our 17' travel trailer. Clean bathrooms and shower. Lots of poison ivy and amazing wildflowers on the 4-5 mile loop trail that started near the back of the campground.
A bear ran through the campground so that was really cool. Wonderful campground with nice hikes. Kids love it. The lake is pretty. Out in the rustic wilds. Just what camping should be. Bring everything you need bc there’s nothing there.
It's a good place to bring your family to play some Frisbee golf, The RV spots are like being in the woods, indoor pool,lake to swim or fish.you can rent paddle boats and Jon boats.the camping store as everything u need and pluse homemade food.
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This was an excellent camping spot while going from New River Gorge to Shenandoah NP. It's on the south side of Shenandoah but doesn't take long to get into the park on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Several hikes are close as well. It's a very clean campground with generous size sites that are well…
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The campground is small and well-kept. It has an incredibly chill and laid-back vibe.
You are a quick walk to the brewery and café, where you can grab breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is nice and dark at the campground, so great for star watching.
There are several small walking paths throughout…
PROS This is a nice clean campground within walking distance to the Brewery - which is why most people camp there. Nice hiking trails, well marked and wide. WiFi was decent. Beautiful area with Mountain View’s.
CONS There are no trees on the RV section, which means if you camp in the summer…
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We love camping at Holliday Lake. It is completely off grid, and we like that! With busy jobs during the week it’s nice to unwind and enjoy nature. We hike, fish, swim, kayak, rent a motor boat, and just relax at our campsite. We watched a Bald Eagle and an Osprey for over an hour while kayaking…
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Camping season doesn’t start until 4/1.
Just went to book a site since I’m in the area, and it’s a two-night minimum to tent camp. This seems crazy for a Sunday night and the campground is not at all packed. It’s also $50/night, which is too high for primitive sites.
We camp here annually with my wife’s side of the family (it’s half way between us and them). We love it. We like getting the sites which are right next to the creek because the kids will play in the water all day.
In the shoulder season the campground isn’t staffed often, but what do you expect…
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This campground has full-hookup sites, tent-only sites, and some hip camp sites as well. We tent camped here in January at a full hook-up site so we could have heaters in the tent. During the summer we would definitely choose one of the tent only sites because they have more privacy and are more so…
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Kids had a blast. Great place, lots of fun!
This place is amazing for primitive camping. Good trails to hike and overland
Second time I camped there. First time during COVID restrictions. Self check in to the sites. Very clean bathrooms and a lot of firewood available for purchase. Under the COVID restrictions, the brewery requires reservations for dining in the restaurant (both in and outdoors) during peak times, or…