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The vibrant coastal town of Virginia Beach offers plenty of interesting and fun things to do year-round. For those who enjoy going to the beach, the town’s beautiful sandy shores are the perfect place to relax and unwind. At the same time, you can enjoy a wide variety of restaurants, music concerts, and sightseeing attractions. If you are looking for Virginia Beach camping cabins, these are some of the best campgrounds in the area, where you’ll find cozy and well-kept cabins.

Best Camping Near Virginia Beach


North Bayshore Campground

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North Bayshore campground is just a short drive down south from Virginia Beach. Located right next to the beach, there are plenty of water activities to enjoy. This well-appointed campground has volleyball and basketball courts, a boat ramp, a dumping station, a swimming pool, and a recreation hall.

You can rent kayaks and canoes and there are excellent surfing and fishing opportunities at Sandbridge Beach. North Bayshore Campground is a comfortable campground with plenty of things to do.

“Great campground. The people that work there are super helpful and super friendly.” – Austin G.

Campground Details

  • Price: $75-90
  • Number of sites: 106
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Chesapeake Campground

This campground is conveniently located within a short drive of Virginia Beach, but it’s not on the coast. However, it won’t take much time to reach the beach every day if you are interested in water activities. Chesapeake Campground is a family-friendly camp with plenty of activities for kids, including weekend hayrides and a mini-golf course. The camp has all the necessary amenities and offers bike, boat, and canoe rentals.

“The showers were nice and the bathrooms were very clean. The camp store is great.” – Audriana V.

Campground Details

  • Price: $46
  • Number of sites: 110
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

First Landing State Park

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If you are looking for Virginia Beach camping cabins, this is an excellent choice. The campground is one of the closest you’ll find to Virginia Beach, and it’s conveniently located right on the coast. The cabins at this camp are well-equipped and offer a kitchen with all necessary utensils, a fireplace, a bathroom with shower, a screened porch, a grill, and a fire ring, among other amenities.

The area is of historic interest since First Landing State Park is where English colonists first arrived in 1607.

“I really enjoyed this place. The sites are private and a short walk to the bay.” – Debbie R.

Campground Details

  • Price: $137-152
  • Number of sites: 205
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Virginia Beach KOA

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This is a large and comfortable campground just minutes from the boardwalk. Virginia Beach KOA offers camping cabins and deluxe cabins for four, six, and eight people. Some cabins include a small kitchen while others don’t, but they are all equipped with a private bathroom with a shower.

They offer plenty of amenities, including propane, firewood, bike rentals, and free Wi-Fi. The camp and cabins are in good condition and exceptionally clean. Guests have access to two swimming pools, a basketball court, and a volleyball court.

“Location is good! Amenities are good! Campsites are good! Stuff are so nice!” – Kimiyo U.

Campground Details

  • Price: $143-153
  • Number of sites: 576
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Holiday Trav-L-Park

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This enormous campground is located right next to Virginia Beach. Even though it’s not right on the beach, it is less than five miles away and the campground offers a parking lot for guests just one block away from the beach.

There are cabins with and without AC, and both types accommodate a maximum of four people. These Virginia Beach camping cabins at Holiday Trav-L-Park are simple, without a kitchen or private bathroom, but they have a lighted porch, picnic table, and BBQ grill.

“We always have a great time here. Music and bands and events usually on weekends.” – Christopher

Campground Details

  • Price: $45-100
  • Number of sites: 1000 approx.
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Sandy Point Resort Campground

Image from The Dyrt camper Mason K.

Sandy Point Resort is located south of Virginia Beach, just across the border in North Carolina. The gorgeous getaway spot sits on the shores of the North Landing River. It’s a beautiful place close to the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge and within a 45-minute drive of Virginia Beach. The cabins at this campground accommodate four to eight people. They are well-equipped cabins with air conditioning, heating, a fully stocked kitchen, one queen bed, one double, two twins, and a sleeper sofa.

“Lots of southern hospitality! The sunset is beautiful!” – Sofia S.

Campground Details

  • Price: $225
  • Number of sites: 140
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

North Landing Beach

North Landing Beach is south of Virginia Beach and right next to the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge. The beach is just a five-minute walk from the cabins, which are well-equipped with everything you need, including a kitchen, two sofas, four comfortable and large double bunk beds, a bathroom with a shower, and a fire ring right outside.

North Landing Beach campground offers comfortable cabins and plenty of activities for families or groups.

“Kayaking is great. Lots of fishing. Ice cream and pizza place open in the evenings. All in all, love this place.” – Jason B.

Campground Details

  • Price: $129-219
  • Number of sites: 145
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Renting a beach cabin is a convenient, practical way to enjoy everything that Virginia Beach has to offer. These campgrounds are diverse, with some offering better-equipped cabins than others. For more information on Virginia Beach camping cabins, check out the Dyrt’s full list of campgrounds in the area.


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