Machicomoco State Park is one of Virginia’s brand-new parks in a great location on the York River! All the facilities are new and very clean. I love that the campground bathrooms are all unisex/family bathrooms and there are plenty of them, at least eight I believe. The non-electric sites are in little loops off the main road. You have to park on the road and walk all your gear in. It’s not very far though, I counted about 100 steps to site 13, the one farthest from the road. The non-electric sites back up to trees but are not particularly shaded or private. There is a water spigot in each loop. The sites are meticulously maintained. Lots to do in park including trails, a car-top boat launch, and tons of information on the Native American tribes of the area. Definitely worth a visit!