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Americamps RV Park

11322 Air Park Rd, Ashland, VA, 23005

Phone: 804-798-5298
Fax: 804-798-2656

American Heritage RV Park

146 Maxton Ln, Williamsburg, VA, 23188

Phone: 757-566-2133
Fax: 757-566-8006

Appomattox Parkview Mobile Home & RV Park

174 Clover Ln, Appomattox, VA, 24522

Phone: 434-352-2366

Bellwood Mobile Home & RV Park

7611 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA, 23237

Phone: 804-271-1727

Briery Creek Lake Getaway & RV Park

County Rd 701, Farmville, VA, 23901

Phone: 434-390-6838

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort

12014 Trls Ln, Gloucester Courthouse, VA, 23061

Phone: 888-371-2846

Country Waye RV Resort

3402 Kimball Rd, Luray, VA, 22835

Phone: 540-743-7222

D & J RV Park

265 D and J Park Dr, Axton, VA, 24054

Phone: 276-632-6856

Davis Mobile Home & RV Park

78 Dean Ray Court, Newport News, VA, 23605

Phone: 757-244-5030

Deer Creek RV Resort

2524 Edmonds Rd, Galax, VA, 24333

Phone: 276-236-0300
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Fort Chiswell RV Park

312 Ft Chiswell Rd, Max Meadows, VA, 24360

Phone: 888-271-2681

Fries New River RV Park

26 Dalton Rd, Fries, VA, 24330

Phone: 276-233-1178

H & M RV Park

16576 Martinsville Highway, Axton, VA, 24054

Phone: 276-650-1155

Harbor View RV & Camping Resort

15 Hbr View Cir, Colonial Beach, VA, 22443

Phone: 804-224-8164
Fax: 804-224-2900

Indian Heritage RV Park

184 Tensbury Dr, Martinsville, VA, 24112

Phone: 276-632-9500
Fax: 706-965-4850

Jessie Lea RV Park

900 Wood Ave W, Big Stone Gap, VA, 24219

Phone: 276-523-0055
Fax: 276-523-2072

Lake Ridge RV Resort

8736 Double Cabin Rd, Hillsville, VA, 24343

Phone: 276-766-3703

Laurel Creek RV Park

812 Orchard Hl Rd, Damascus, VA, 24236

Phone: 423-440-3042

Lynchburg RV Resort

405 Mollies Crk Rd, Gladys, VA, 24554

Phone: 434-332-6672

McFarland RV Park

203 McFarland Rd, Roanoke, VA, 24019

Phone: 540-992-2076
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Moneta Sweetwater RV Park

4474 White House Rd, Moneta, VA, 24121

Phone: 540-296-0522

North Chesterfield Ponderosa Mobile Home & RV Park

7725 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA, 23237

Phone: 804-271-8333

Pioneer Village RV Park

3627 E Lee Highway, Max Meadows, VA, 24360

Phone: 276-637-3777

Running Cedar RV Resort

3129 Gallows Rd, Gretna, VA, 24557

Phone: 434-324-4072

Sea Mist RV Park

2076 Regulus Ave, Virginia Beach, VA, 23461

Phone: 757-492-7053

Virginia Beach Ocean Pines RV Park

4160 Nimitz Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, 23454

Phone: 757-417-7140

Virginia Landing RV Campground

40226 Upshur Neck Rd, Quinby, VA, 23423

Phone: 757-442-4853

Williamsburg RV & Camping Resort

4301 Rochambeau Dr, Williamsburg, VA, 23188

Phone: 888-460-5807
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About RV Parks

A recreational vehicle park (RV Park) or caravan park is a place where people with recreational vehicles can stay overnight, or longer, in allotted spaces known as campsites. They are also referred to as campgrounds, though a true campground also provides facilities for tent camping; many facilities calling themselves "RV parks" also offer tent camping or cabins with limited facilities.

When a place labels themselves as an RV resort, you should be able to expect some extra features not normally found at other RV establishments.

This may include cable TV at your site, wireless Internet service throughout the campground, swimming pools, tennis courts, maybe even a golf course.

Sites will be roomy with paved, level parking pads.  Usually, the number of RV spaces will run into the hundreds as it will take quite a traffic flow in order to be profitable.

Some RV resorts are gated with manned gate houses and you might find that your RV must be of a certain caliber in order to gain entry.  Tents, crudely converted school buses, and large rowdy groups are likely to be turned away.

The RV sites may or may not be pull through, but you can expect both 30 amp and 50 amp power to be available, as well both water and sewer hookups.

The facility may even provide shuttle busses to transport you to nearby activities.

RV parks tend to be more of a woodsy or park-like setting.

There is less in the way of high-end amenities, although the trade-off for more secluded sites could be more appealing.

Still, most RV parks cater to the motorhome or large travel trailer crowd, so adequate room should be available for maneuvering your large RV into position.

Inside an RV park, the roads should be either paved or well-maintained gravel, and parking pads should be level and spacious.

RV campgrounds tend to be much closer to primitive camping.

Maybe electricity will be available, though not in all instances.  Likewise water and sewer hookups may not always be there.

Usually, there will be a dump station within the facility, but that too may be unavailable at some RV campgrounds.

The sites should be large enough and level enough to accommodate most RVs.  However, if your rig is a 45-foot highway coach, a walk-thru would be a good idea before you take your RV off the paved highway.  It’s hit or miss as to the number of RV campgrounds that can accommodate large motorhomes.

Campground is a rather generic term. It can mean anything from “full-sized RVs welcome” to a “pack in, tents only” scenario.

Absolutely every RV owner should walk through the campground before venturing down that narrow trail with tree branches waiting to take off your TV antenna or air conditioner.

On the one hand, you may be surprised with the amount of space available, and it might be a delightful little spot in the woods tailor-made for you.

On the other hand, it might consist of little more than a half dozen spots to set up tents, and any attempt to enter with your RV is going to result in serious damage.

Every proprietor has their own view of what their facility should be called.

There is a large selection of guides and review resources on the Internet.  They can all help you make a more educated decision when you start planning your RV vacation.

Here are some of the more respected ones:

RV Park Reviews RV Park Hunter Wheelers RV Resort & Campground Guide Woodall’s RV Campgrounds U.S. National Forest Campground Guide CampUSA National RV Park Campground Directory

In addition, almost every state has its own campground guide.  Your best bet is to do a search online for whatever type of establishment you’re interested in (RV park, RV resort, RV campground) and add the name of your state to the search.  Then, you will see only RV-friendly camping places within your state.

When you do call for reservations, be sure to give them a detailed description of  your RV (size, height) and what your requirements are in the way of hook-ups and additional services.  They want you to have an enjoyable stay, but that won’t happen if you can’t get your RV off the road and into the camping space.