Top Tent Camping near Narrows, VA

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Best Tent Sites Near Narrows, VA (35)

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      1.

      Camp Success

      2 Reviews
      4 Saves
      Narrows, Virginia
      • Phone Service
      • Tents
      • Cabins
      • Tent Cabin
      • Glamping
      • Trash
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park

      2.

      Old Mill Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park

      5 Reviews
      8 Photos
      2 Saves
      Nimitz, West Virginia

      Old Mill Campground offers 44 rustic campsites. This campground is not suggested for larger RVs and campers. The campground has a central bathhouse available for all guests.

      • Reservable
      • Tents
      • Toilets
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Walnut Flats Campground

      3.

      Walnut Flats Campground

      2 Reviews
      6 Photos
      20 Saves
      Staffordsville, Virginia

      This small, primitive campground is well suited for tent camping but also accommodates small recreation vehicles. It has shaded sites clustered around a grassy opening surrounded by forest. Flat Top Mountain Trail System, the Appalachian Trail, Dismal Creek (a stocked trout stream), and the Falls of Dismal are close by.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Tents
      • Trash
      • Picnic Table
      • Drinking Water
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        Whitt Riverbend Park

        1 Review
        12 Saves
        Ripplemead, Virginia

        Whitt-Riverbend Park features 28 acres on the New River. The park is open to the general public for fishing, taking leisurely walks on the paved walking trail or river bottom trail, picnicking, canoeing and camping. The park features nearly a mile of river frontage. The park is located at the junction of Walkers Creek and the New River.

        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Phone Service
        • Reservable
        • ADA Access
        • Tents

        $5 / night

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          5.

          White Cedar Horse Camp

          1 Review
          Staffordsville, Virginia

          Built in 2006, this campground is located on top of Flat Top Mountain. It is perfect for camping with horses; there is plenty of shade and every site has a metal pipe corral. White Cedar’s main attraction is its proximity to a 20 mile system of intersecting trails of varied lengths and levels. You can ride directly from your campsite to the Flat Top Trailhead.

          • Tents
          • Trash
          • Picnic Table
          • Toilets
          Camper-submitted photo from East Shore Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park

          6.

          East Shore Campground — Bluestone Lake State Park

          2 Reviews
          1 Photo
          1 Save
          Nimitz, West Virginia

          Looking for a remote experience? Then East Shore Campground is for you. The campground offers 39 primitive sites that are accessible by boat only. East Shore campsite availability depends upon the Army Corps of Engineer (ACE) Phase 5 renovation/construction of the Bluestone Dam project. Call the park for further information. Remember, when experiencing this camping venue, please pack-out what you pack-in and keep the area clean and green.

          • Reservable
          • Tents
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Indian Mills Camping Area — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
        • 8.

          Floating Heaven

          3 Reviews
          72 Photos
          70 Saves
          Blacksburg, Virginia

          Floating Heaven is a treehouse site with a cabin. You can sleep in the small, zinc-roof-covered 'casita' or cabin, which can accommodate two adults and two (small) children. Or you can sleep on the deck platform in a hammock (we have one to rent), or a tent (bring your own or rent our 2- or 4-person tents). One platform is 10 x 10 ft. and the other is 10 x 12 ft. Eight trees pass through and support the platforms, situated 21 feet off the ground. A sturdy low-riser step leads you up (no climbing necessary). An acre of heavily forested trees and a meadow surround the site, which is not a primitive campground (i.e, far removed from civilization) but insulated from the town on the ex-urban perimeter. The term, floating heaven, refers to the tree-anchor bolts that allow the platforms to "float" when the tree canopies (60-80 feet tall) move in the wind.

          We'll get you going with some kindling and a few logs; lots of down branches and tree trunks on the property for making a nice bonfire, or you can use a small fire pit (e-stove) for a cozier setting. We have tables, chairs, a very slow drip-camp shower (unheated), a biodegradable commode (one just for urinating), and a full biodegradable unit on the ground. There is a charcoal grill for your use at no charge. There is also a 3-outlet outlet for charging up your phones or using other electric devices. Ours is an ex-urban location; you are just two miles from Virginia Tech (5 minutes from Starbucks, and Mexican. pulled-pork, fast food, subs, and Thai restaurants) but you are nestled under a nice hardwood canopy. Its the best of all possible worlds.

          R U L E S

          1). Must arrive before sunset so we can show you around; after all, it is a treehouse and there are safety issues you should be apprised of.

          2). You will forfeit your reservation if you arrive after 8 p.m without prior approval.

          3). While 6 people is the maximum, the standard book rate includes 4 campers; additional campers over 12 years old should pay an extra $15 a person. Thus far, The Dyrt hasn't figured out how to pay for the fifth and sixth guests so be prepared to pay cash or via Venmo or Zelle.

          4). Parents must take care that their children obey the safety features. There are trails around the property that are nicely graded and gravel-covered.

          5). All electronics and loud conversation ends after 9 p.m.; sounds carry in the valley.

          6). We recycle: two wastebaskets exist for trash and another for recyclables (aluminum, glass, cardboard, plastic). Please carry wastebaskets up and leave on the driveway. We'll separate and dispose of them.

          7). A camping ethic to which we adhere is that you take out of the forest what you bring into it; be considerate. This is not a trailer park. Leave trash at the top of the driveway.

          1. Don't walk down to the site in flip-flops (to avoid falling on the gravel; it is steep in places)

          9.) We are proudly LGBTQ-friendly.

          • Pets
          • Fires
          • Electric Hookups
          • Reservable
          • Tents
          • Glamping

          $55 - $80 / night

          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Bull Falls Campground — Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park
          Camper-submitted photo from Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park

          10.

          Millrace Campground — New River Trail State Park

          5 Reviews
          63 Photos
          24 Saves
          Austinville, Virginia

          This campground overlooks the New River. There is no vehicular access to the campground. There is a short hike to the sites from the parking lot. There are 21 primitive tent camping sites. Note: This campground is 24 miles from Cliffview Campground.

          All sites are timbered and marked. Each has a fire ring, lantern post, picnic table, access to the New River Trail and non-flush toilet. Drinking water is available. One site, MR012, is universally accessible and is reserved last if not required for a disabled camper. There is no life-guarded swimming. The New River's current is unpredictable and potentially dangerous; underwater hazards are possible.

          Reservations are required. Same-day reservations are permitted. Campers must leave their confirmation letter on their dashboard for overnight parking. Campers will need access to a fax machine or need to pick up the letter at the Foster Falls office if there is insufficient time to receive the letter by mail.

          Directions: From I-77, take Exit 24. Go east on State Route 69 to SR 52. Go north to SR 608. Go east and follow signs.

          Number of sites of each type: Primitive Tent, 21

          • Pets
          • Fires
          • Reservable
          • ADA Access
          • Tents
          • Trash

          $20 - $25 / night

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