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Restrooms/showers: very clean, spacious, centrally located. Shower stalls are separate from the restroom and are basically their own room with lock.
Lots: Well maintained gravel lots. Spacious and didn't feel like we were on top of our neighbors. Good shade, lots of trees. Nice firepits!
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This campground has some of the nicest facilities of any campground I've stayed at. We camped in a trailer on a site without hookups. At this time of the year, it wasn't very busy. They provide firewood on the honor system. It's a short walk from the brewery.
Stayed here on a whim after hiking up to McAfee Knob. Showed up right at 10pm and luckily found an empty spot. Got a fire going and made some dinner. Not the best privacy but at night there were no issues. Nice level gravel pads that we just pitches a mosquito pop up and slept on the ground.
This was a fine place to park overnight. The trailhead connects to the Appalachian Trail, so there were several other cars parked overnight as well. It is a gravel lot, pretty level. There is a little road noise until about 1030 PM. Pretty little creek runs by the gravel lot, and there are also…
I camped here 3 times, the hike up is brutal but the top is absolutely worth it. This most recent time camping we discovered that apparently TECHNICALLY camping isn’t allowed anymore, but the fire pit and tent areas still seem in use and I really doubt someone would hike up there to tell you to…
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The trails around the campground are great
￼Unexpectedly found this site after planning on doing some primitive camping off the road. There's 2 sites that I saw on the road with pits.
There's access to the App Trail on the road so you might see some hikers but it was real quiet otherwise. Pretty nice scenery (you're smack in the middle of…
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dragons tooth is off a path that is part of the Appalachian Trail, there is a good amount of parking with a bathroom and garbage, once you begin the trail there are a few dispersed obvious camping spots, these are the only camping spots that are easy to walk to the rest of the hike is moderate, but…
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This is our favorite campsite and park that we’ve been to in the state of Virginia! We have so many more to explore but Douthat state park is huge the lake is so much fun, and the trails go for miles! We just started camping and hiking and can’t wait to explore more of the country!!
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 an unusual campground. It was divided into areas for RV with full hookup, RV or tent without electric. The view from almost every site was spectacular! There is a bath house but I never used it. Across the street was Blue Toad Hard Cider tasting room and next door is Devil's Backbone…
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Clean. Sites along stream. Pit toilets. Old CCC camp from 1930s. No cell at all. Primitive.
This is a wonderfully priced spot nestled in the middle of some great outdoor adventure opportunities.
We stayed in the mountain view cabin lower level with our two dogs. The upstairs neighbors were probably as quiet as they could be but you could still hear them walking around and using the…
Very crowded with full timers. No service and not many spaces. If you travel up the mountain you can find some primitive spots if that’s more up your alley.
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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