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29 Reviews of 2 Tanglewood, Virginia Campgrounds

Bridget H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 5, 2020

Close to the City and on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Our family loved this campground! It is close to Roanoke and it is off the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is located in Explore Park. This park is growing by leaps and bounds. It has mountain bike trails, a cool vintage village, access to the Roanoke River, an aerial obstacle course, and more cool…

Kathy L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 25, 2020

Had necessary things without fire pit. 0

Perfect off rt 81.. near everything and in the yr of Covid... respectful, clean and able to direct us to places. Thanks

Katie M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 2, 2020

Great camping at the Lake!

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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Month of VisitApril
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Reviewed Sep. 1, 2020

Quiet, Not Crowded, Lovely

We truly enjoyed our stay at Smith Mountain Lake State Park.

The rangers were helpful and friendly. They checked us in, provided an overview of the park and directions/instructions to/for everything.

The campsites were cozy and far enough apart that neighboring sites didn't intrude on our…

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Month of VisitSeptember
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Reviewed Jul. 22, 2020

Wooded, spacious, & clean

We camped here with our pop-up & had a great time. It fills up fast, so we were thrilled to see an open spot a few days before. The campsite was big & clean with plenty of trees for a little privacy. The lake was a bit of a walk & we had small kids, so we drove down & found a trail…

Susan E.
Reviewed Jul. 16, 2020

It was a comfortable, quiet stay.

It was late, it had rained, but they found a tent site for me so I backed in my car and began to make up my bed. The camp manager was kind enough to air up my air mattress that I forgot to get an air pump for. I felt safe, watched over, and part of a small group of RVs and small trailers. I took…

Mel T.
Reviewed Jul. 15, 2020

Great Glamping getaway!

We stayed in one of Don’s Cab-Inns over fourth of July weekend. It was a great stay and glam camping at it’s finest. These cabins have plenty of room for a family or couple getaway. The AC is very welcoming after a long hot day outside and mini fridge is perfect to unload your cooler from…

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Chaz M.
Reviewed Apr. 19, 2020

A lot of Hiking Trails

This is a well maintained area with access to several hiking trails of all difficulty levels. The lake is beautiful and my entire family enjoyed our time!

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J
Reviewed Oct. 24, 2019

Well maintained

The park itself is well maintained. Bath houses were clean. Tent sites are really close together. A little overpriced for what you’re getting compared to other areas in my opinion.

RL The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 25, 2019

Wonderful!

Such a cool spot. Boats and tubes available for rent at the marina. Great RV sites. Lots of different trails and opportunities for nature hikes. Park puts on a lot of activities as well. We always have a great time here. We usually come in September. The road getting down to the lake area can be a…

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Month of VisitOctober
Tara S.
Reviewed May. 28, 2019

Glamping on the Blue Ridge Parkway!

Don's Cab-Inns Campground unique for several reasons. First, it is a private campground located in a public park - in this case, Explore Park in Roanoke, Virginia (milepost 115 on the Blue Ridge Parkway). Explore Park is run by Roanoke County, who partners with different vendors to create a full…

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Month of VisitJune
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Reviewed Feb. 18, 2019

Suitable for a weekend

Stayed here for 2 nights to be near our son at Virginia Tech plus we try to tour as many cavers as possible. Its an old campground but that's not always a bad thing. Could hear traffic because we were right under it. Toured Dixie Caverns. Unless you can climb 30 flights of stairs best not to go.…

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Reviewed Sep. 5, 2018

Beautiful Area

I would highly recommend staying at the State Park! don’t go cheap and go with another campsite. that state park has amazing views, awesome trails, and places to rent kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards.

Ellen S.
Reviewed Aug. 15, 2018

A little too close for my comfort.

Pulled in here an hour after closing and was a little spooked. Very small campground, maybe 50 sites in all. Even after calling to reserve, we were left to just choose a site and drop off the money. Sites were tight.

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