Charlottesville KOA

3825 Red Hill Road

Charlottesville, VA 22903-9710

Reserve: 434-296-9881

Info: 434-296-9881

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Charlottesville / Albemarle Area Visitors Center

The Downtown Visitor's Center has area information, maps, guides, and two hours free parking validation. Walking tour maps are available. The center is located on the east end of the Downtown Mall at 610 E. Main Street. Call for a free visitor's guide. Open daily. Charlottesville Free Trolley Service - Free rides between Downtown, The Corner, and UVA grounds. 434-293-6789 (12 miles)

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The Presidents' Pass

The Presidents' Pass is a discount combination ticket for touring Monticello, AshLawn-Highland, and Michie Tavern. Discounted tickets are also available for Montpelier and Woodrow Wilson Birthplace & Presidential Library. The attractions can be toured in any order and the tickets do not expire. The discount ticket is available at each of the three main attractions, as well as the KOA campground. Contact Michie Tavern or the Monticello website for current pricing.

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Monticello

Revered home of Thomas Jefferson, third U.S. President and founder of the University of Virginia. The new Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center is now open and includes new exhibitions, theater, museum shop & café. In 1769 at the age of 26, Thomas Jefferson began the design and construction of Monticello. Perched on a mountaintop overlooking the city of Charlottesville, Monticello is a majestic reminder of Jefferson's creativity and talent. House and garden tours. Advance tickets are available on-line. 434-984-9822 (11 miles)

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Ashlawn-Highland

Ashlawn-Highland is the restored home of James Monroe, the 5th president of the United States and a close friend of Thomas Jefferson. Monroe's 550 acre estate recreates the atmosphere of a working farm with demonstrations and living history. Tours of the house and gardens are available. There is a summer music festival as well. 434-293-9539 (13 miles)

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Michie Tavern ca. 1784

One of the oldest homesteads in Virginia, Michie Tavern, is located on a mountainside near Jefferson's Monticello. Daily interactive tours (9am - 5pm) allow guests to explore 18th-century tavern life, social history and customs. Visitors dine on hearty midday fare in the Tavern's Ordinary from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily where they are greeted by servers in period attire. At Michie Tavern there is a gift shop, and a grist mill exhibit. 434-977-1234 (10 miles)

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Local Area Activities

There is a lot to do on the campground, but there is even more in and around Charlottesville. Don't leave Charlottesville before checking it all out!

Walnut Creek Park Photo

Walnut Creek Park

Check out Walnut Creek Park 2 miles from the campground. They have a 45 acre lake for fishing and canoeing surrounded by mountain biking and hiking trails.

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Tubing & rafting on the James River

The James River runs through Scottsville, 12 miles south of the campground. For more information on tubing, contact James River Runners or James River Reeling and Rafting.

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Winery tastings and tours

Central Virginia is home to many vineyards where you can try a tasting or a tour. Even if you don't like wine you are sure to enjoy the scenic views.

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Peach and Apple orchards

Visit Carter Mountain to pick peaches and apples. They also have the best view in all of Charlottesville.

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