- 24 Hour Laundry Facilities
- Breakfast on weekends (seasonal)
- Cable TV on selected sites
- Concierge Service
- Deluxe Cabins
- Fenced in Pet Playground
- Free Hot Showers
- Free Mini-Golf
- Free Wi-Fi Hughes Net Satellite
- Game Room
- Gas Grills for rent
- 'HEY' Rides (seasonal)
- Immaculate Bath Rooms
- Motorcycles welcome!
- One room Camping Cabins
- Personal Escort to Site
- Pet Walk
- PIZZA! (Seasonal)
- Recycling facilities
- Theme Weekends (Seasonal)
Check our Events page for theme weekend dates!
Activities scheduled weekends Memorial Day through Labor Day
For a full listing of the theme weekends for 2014, click on EVENTS (right next to ACTIVITIES)
Candy Bar Bingo, Arts & Crafts for kids and adults, Tie-Dye T-Shirts, Kids Games, Juggling Classes, Outdoor Cooking Demos, Watermelon Feeds, Movies under the Stars, Community Campfire and Smores Feast, 'He-ey' Rides followed by a penny hunt, Ice Cream Sundae Feast, Pancake Breakfast, Scavenger Hunt, Geo-caching (Bring your own GPS or rent ours!) Horseshoe Tournament, Hillbilly Golf-Coming Soon! Check at the front office or look on our new outside bulletin board for activities schedules and locations. Fees apply to some activities to cover cost of supplies.
Michael is our pizza chef, supreme! Order in the office or call ahead. He will bake you up the best pizza and deliver right to your door!
Amazing Ice Cream Sundae Socials
Saturdays from Memorial Day Weekend until Labor Day Weekend we host an Ice Cream Sundae Social. Come out and mingle with your fellow campers over a bowl of cold ice cream loaded with toppings.
Every weekend from Memorial Day through until Labor Day we take out the brightly painted 'He-ey Wagon" and cruise the campground. Be sure to wave and yell "He-ey as we pass.
You could bring a water gun and ambush the wagon, just sayin'...
Family Movies Under the Stars!
Grab a drink, some snacks and popcorn in our store and join us for a movie under the stars on our 12 foot tall outdoor movie screen Saturday nights Memorial Day through Labor Day Weekend, weather permitting. (The movie can be watched on our private campground cable channel if the weather does not cooperate!) The movies are always family friendly and fun!
Be sure to bring a chair or blanket and arrive early for the pre-movie cartoons!
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Labor Day Weekend
This weekend is another popular one! Kick off the start of a new school year with old friends and make new ones over breakfast with an order of our Famous Chocolate Chip Pancakes or Biscuits and Gravy. The Ice Cream Sundae Feast will take place Saturday and Sunday. We will be adding games and activities to the festivities. Sunday night, join us at the fire ring for another 'John and Michael Special Really Cool Fireworks Show. Call the office to make your reservation; we are already booking up FAST!
We will have a 3 night minimum
Fall Foliage October
It is officially Leaf Peeping Season in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley! The leaves are turning; the mountain air is crisp what better way to witness the changing of the seasons than camping in the middle of it all? Spend the day at the local wineries, take a leisurely drive on Skyline Drive taking in the spectacular views or hiking on our trails. Then return to your campsite, build a fire, pop a cork and enjoy a relaxing dinner. Order a hot, fresh Pizza! We deliver! Weekends get booked up early. Call to make reservations soon!
We will have a 2 night minimum each weekend
Decorations, costumes, trick or treating, OH MY! Join us for Halloween fun for all ages. Nothing too scary, just a whole lot of fun!
Pumpkin Painting, Crafts, Trick-or-Treating, site decorating contest, Hey ride & more.
Best site gets a prize every weekend.
We will have a two night minimum each weekend.
Meet Your Hosts
"Our goal is to provide a place where ALL families feel welcome."
The Hucul family came to the Shenandoah Valley looking for a place where they could raise their children while getting closer to nature, escape high-pressure living, and get the chance to own and preserve their own land.
They found what they were looking for at the Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA.
"Here we can provide a place for people to bring their families and come together to play," says Monica. "We strive to provide a clean pleasant place where everyone can come relax and have a good time. "