Sherando Lake Recreation Area's Family Campground provides an ideal camping destination. It is situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is known locally as the jewel of the Blue Ridge Mountains, where visitors enjoy hiking, picnicking in the shade, fishing in the lakes, or swimming and…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hookups
- Sanitary Dump
- Pull-Through Sites
- Big Rig Friendly
This campground is located in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. We stayed for 6 nights here and had a nice private site. With the lifetime senior National Park pass the cost was $21 a night. The sites are big and many with shade. I think we had one of the best sites at this…
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Booked the site months ago for closeness to the restroom and beach. Nice campground, nice beach for swimming and the lake is good for boating. No Verizon or ATT cell service I could find and no WiFi. Major water problems with the entire park. The bath house by the beach, the small restrooms and a…
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This is a great and inexpensive campground. The sites are nicely prepared. There are potable water taps close to most sites. Restrooms were in good shape with running water and showers.
The lake has a swimming area and a beach. There is hiking and fishing in each lake. People were friendly and…
Sherando Lake Campground is located in Virginia
From I-64, take Exit 96 just east of Stuarts Draft. Go south on State Route 624, which becomes State Route 664 at Lyndhurst. Continue south on State Route 664 approximately 8 miles to the entrance to the Sherando Lake Recreation Area on the right. The gatehouse is approximately 0.5 miles ahead. If the gatehouse is closed, continue through the recreation area to your assigned campsite in either White Oak Loop (Loop A), which is the first turn to the right after passing the lower lake or Meadow Loop (Loop C), which is the last loop on the left before the playground. A campground host is available in each loop to answer questions you may have.