We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
You are responsible for your guests and they must be registered at the office. Please advise guests there is a fee. Guests must display a guest car tag and must leave before 9pm. *We stop all unfamiliar vehicles for everyone's security* *24hr Campground Security *
Store Hours: Daily 8:00 am - 7:00 pm- subject to change per season For Convenience- Check-Out Time: 11:00 am* late arrivals please register next day by 10:00 am* Check-in time: RV and Tent Sites after 12:00 noon. Cabins and Lodges 2:00pm Quiet Time: 10:00pm-7:00am Trash Pick-up: 8:00am-noon ( picked up by site marker) Pets are welcomed * with a additional fee In cabins/lodges* All pets must be attended and on leashes, and cleaned up after at all times, VA state law. Absolutely must be friendly to all people and other animals at all times.
We do allow pet's at our KOA, however they must be kept on a leash at all times, kept quiet and cleaned up after. All pet's must be non-aggressive at all times and friendly to all people and other animals, Please do not leave your pet's unattended at your site. We do charge an extra fee for pet's in cabins and lodges.
Golf carts are restricted to persons with handicapped disabilities only. No ATV's allowed.
How do I purchase or renew a KOA Value Kard Rewards membership? There are three different ways to purchase or renew a Value Kard Rewards membership. At your first KOA stop you can purchase or renew and also receive the 10% discount immediately and your points for all qualified camping fees. Purchase online and receive an immediate confirmation # that you can print and use as a temporary Value Kard Rewards membership card until your permanent card arrives (About three weeks). Send a check directly to KOA Value Kard Rewards, PO Box 30558, Billings, MT 59114. Value Kard Rewards membership Costs: 1 Year for $27.
One camping unit, tent and family per site, one vehicle per site with a 6 person maximum
Pool is open from 10 am until Dark daily Children under the age of 17 must be supervised by an adult . NO lifeguard on duty.
1. Clear leaves away from site 2. Maintain a small fire 3. Don't leave fire unattended 4. Always extinguish fire with water before turning in for the night or departing 5. Fires must be put out by midnight
Parents are responsible for the actions and safety of their children. Speed limit in campground is 10 mph, must have valid license to drive a motor vehicle in campground
Alcohol is only permitted and can be consumed at your campsite. Virginia State law.
Guest who are arriving after closing hours with a reservation will be provided with a site map with your site number and directions on how to get to your site. If you are arriving late with no reservation you will need to fill out a envelope located in the night box with the proper rate for the site you need. * rates located on the front of the night box* Any questions or concerns please call the night security manager who can assist you. * number to manager located on night wall *
Come and check in for some history. George Washington slept here, why not you?
Susan grew up most of her life on the campground and saw the potential it had to work as a family business. She never considered trying her hand at different career. "It is a good way to be able to be with the kids," she said. "A campground is a good family atmosphere and was something I saw myself continuing to do."
After they married, Ron and Susan continued to work at the KOA and started another business together running a tour company out of the campground. They ran the tour business for 17 years before selling it to take over ownership at the KOA in 2000. Susan said it was not hard to give up the tour business. Though it was good to them for many years, the traffic had become harder to navigate with a 40-foot bus. And after being incident free for 17 years, the couple felt they had pushed their luck and nerves for as long as they wanted.
"It must've been meant to be," she said. "We were ready, and our parents were ready to retire. That campground was our parent's baby, and we feel fortunate to have been given this blessing." The Harts travel frequently and like to stay at other campgrounds to see how different places are run.
"All campground owners should get on the other side of the fence," she said. "There are certain things that put a new light on it, and you should get on the other side and see what your customers see."
They love the location of their campground and the service they give their customers. Being in a scenic and historical area is a bonus, as well. "To own your own business is a good thing, not easy, but it worked out well for us," she said.