The best STANDARD (TENT/RV) camping near
Woodstock , VIRGINIA

331 Reviews32 Campgrounds
Camping Virginia Woodstock Standard (Tent/RV)

This map requires WebGL

Please update your web browser or enable WebGL to view the map.

Troubleshooting Info
EXPLORE
The Dyrt App

The #1 Camping App

Camp with confidence with the highest-ranked camping app for both iOS and Android. Search more than 1 million listings, reviews, and tips for campsites across the U.S.

Enter your phone number to get the app.

The Dyrt App The #1 Camping App
Most Recent Woodstock Camping Reviews
Well maintained

Everyone was so friendly. The grounds were well kept. We couldn't find a dumpster for trash so we stopped one of the many welfare checkers(don't know if thats the right term). They explained that we put trash bags on the curb and someone will grab it. I have not seen that at a campground! I think its a smart idea, then you have a centralized location for a dumpster. Everyone picked up after themselves, the bathrooms were clean, and the beach view was SPETACULAR. Its surprisingly quiet considering the highway is so close. This KOA is definately a must to return to!

Beautiful Location

Peaceful and wonderful place to take the family camping. Prices are the best in the area.

Wonderful campgroun

This campground is one of our favorites, Large sites that are easy to get in and out of. It each site has a grill, picnic table and a fire ring.  A couple of the sites have some drainage issues, but only after repeated heavy rains.   

The best part is the big tall mature tree's, it's overall peaceful here, and we stayed every few weeks here one summer and it felt like home.  The office staff was friendly and helpful, keeping our names on a waitlist so we could come back and back, and it almost always worked out that we got a site for the week's that we needed. 

There is a small playground in the campground area, but right next to the campground is a large play area that has a rock wall that our kids really loved playing at.  The only negative I could say is that there is also a large field for events and a paintball field, so the nice peaceful quiet area can end up being a bit loud and less peaceful on the weekends if there's an event scheduled.  But for the 5 or 6 weeks we spent there, there was only one weekend that anything occured (was a paintball event) and really was not horrible, but something to be aware of.

This is a military campground and you do need ID cards for access, Military Police do patrol the area and often set up an ID check point at the entrance.

Wonderful and peaceful trip!

What a great camp! A small family farm with 5 sites around the property. We chose site 2 for our family of three and a dog and it was the perfect size. The hosts were so friendly, and we were able to walk around and see the chicken coop, small lake, and barnyard with goats and geese. The campsites are great (about a 5 min walk apart), with a fire pit, picnic table, trash, and ours had a set up for a hammock. Even with what it looked like every campsite full, it was peaceful and pretty. Our toddler had a blast! They are a working farm so it was fun to have the option to buy eggs, herbs or wine. We picked up a t-shirt on the way out and will be back for the troller :)

In the Heart of the Chesapeake

In the words of novelist John Barth, “Neither dry land nor sea, … the Chesapeake is neither salt nor fresh; emblematic equally of stagnation and regeneration, of death and new life…” Barth then goes on to describe the slow immersion of these marshlands under the rising tides wrought by global warming.

Is this in-between land that special? I see other places affected by climate change and other coastal parks exhibiting some stagnation and regeneration, but the stagnation stands out here as no other place in memory. That could be depressing if you don’t perceive the regeneration part.

The neighbors in the campsite next to us said they came here because places like this (and everyone else) are doomed. It is hard to escape that thought while here.

With our site near the water, the first wondrous experience was a beautiful sunset, the like you will have a hard time finding in most of the Eastern U.S. To see more of the island, the observation tower near the camp store is about 25 feet above ground level. Better yet, try one of the many paddling trails in and around the island.

The fire roads laid out in a grid along with all the mucky black drainage ditches are eyesores typifying the stagnation Barth wrote about, but I learned some plant lore and met a very showy holly tree while hiking the whitetail trail.

The island with birds of many feather is a great show. Sitting with binoculars on the campground side, I saw a snowy egret, a white heron, and a great blue heron all within the circle of my binocular viewing angle. Many others caught my eye while in flight. Be sure to bring binoculars!

Our departure is scheduled for a sunny day. After many colorful sunsets hinting at dissolution, the brightness of a new dawn will end this trip with a message of hope.

Great, easy camping!

We spent a night at this camp ground with our toddler. It was easy to reach and really fun! Everyone was friendly and the site was easy to find and clean with a picnic table and fire pit. The site host swung by with fire wood to buy ($5 bundles) just after we arrived. We chose a tent camping site (without electricity) and the bathrooms were super close and clean with showers and some laundry facilities. Also a lot of close, short hikes with the beach a very short hike away! We will definitely be going back soon.

Note: When we arrived, our site tags were actually hung at the entrance gate for easy pick up. The office number may be hard to reach, but someone is normally answering in the morning around 9.

Great get away close to the beach

We stayed in site 4 it was close to the bathroom and across from the boardwalk to the beach. It was beautiful and a great getaway!

First trip of the year

Close to home and our first time visiting this campground. The staff was very friendly and sites were well maintained. We stayed in Spadefish 3 which was right next to the pool and playground. Weather changes on us and was a bit cold and very windy but we still enjoyed every minute. Would highly recommend.

Perfect

We’re here for opening weekend and aside from the unseasonable cold this campground is nicely perfect for us. Sites are nicely sized and spaced out. Bathhouse is in very nice condition. Looking forward to the weekend warming up.

Great Location!

You’re sleeping on sand so comfort score is already 5 stars! Not to mention you’re right next to the First Landing State Park beach! The campground and beach is on the corner of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean right above Virginia Beach.

We stayed at site 174 which is one of the sites closest to the beach but on the other side of the road. It was only me and my daughter for this trip but there were man made spaces for up to 3 large person tents!

Our site did not have any good placement for a hammock but many other sites do have great trees for hammocks or slack lines!

Our spot also had water and electric hookup.

Overall great park, great campground, and great experience!