- Motorcycle Clubs
- RV Clubs & Rallies
The activities listed below are open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Hayrides on the weekends! If it's hot bring along your super-soaker and be prepared to get wet!
We take pride in the cleanliness of our swimming pool which is open daily from mid-May to mid-September. Lounge chairs are available.
Enjoy playing a fun game of Horseshoes with your friends and family.
A large playground for all ages and a toddler playground.
Enjoy a good old fashioned game of checkers! - Free!
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September- Outdoor Cooking
If you will arrive by 5pm on Saturday afternoons, well have a progressive dinner and feast on food made in cast iron pots or Dutch ovens. Plan to make your favorite dish to share.
There is no better time to visit the mountains than in the fall. With a weekend filled with pumpkin painting, caramel apples, train rides, costume contests, trick or treating, and a Scare Trail, your trip to Natural Bridge KOA will be a very busy one! Kids don't forget your costumes and remind mom and dad to bring their spookiest decorations for our site decorating contest.
November- Chili Cook-Off
On Saturdays, November 8, 15, and 22, we will have a Chili Cook-off Contest. Join the Congers for a Thanksgiving Dinner and big screen football and parade viewings. Naturally, youll need to contribute to the big meal. Reserve early so we have an accurate count.
Meet Your Hosts
"We are committed to offering our guests an exceptional camping experience and outstanding customer service in a clean, safe, and family oriented environment."The Conger family has always enjoyed the outdoors whether it is camping, hiking, canoeing, or just enjoying nature. Ken took that passion one step further when he decided he wanted to buy a campground. The rest of the family eagerly supported him in his dream. Our goal was to purchase a campground with natural beauty, moderate year round weather, quality RV and tent sites, and cabins to rent. Natural Bridge KOA has all of these qualities and more! The Natural Bridge KOA is an ideal location providing a wooded setting close to the Appalachian Trail, Blue Ridge Parkway, several rivers, the quaint downtown of Lexington, and of course the landmark Natural Bridge rock formation. So Ken, Carrie, their son's Chris and Cory, Betty and Bob packed up their belongings and made the trek from Michigan to Virginia.
Each of the Congers found their niche at the NB KOA. As an electrical engineer with a strong interest in remodeling and building projects, Ken is leading the team with improvements such as new decks, site leveling, new Deluxe Cabins, a new bath house, and remodeling of older cabins and restrooms. Carrie brings her customer service experience from the restaurant and retail world to maintaining a customer-oriented front desk staff and a well-stocked camp store. Bob's passion for the environment is the spark for growth in nature programming. He is our resident expert on invasive plant species that need to be removed from the campground property. Betty brings creativity and a focus on programming for children, families, as well as other groups with the hopes of offering all guests quality recreational activities. Chris and Cory can often be found helping out with recreation, delivering firewood, or escorting campers when they are not gone to baseball and football.
We look forward to serving you when you visit the Natural Bridge KOA. We hope you will stop by the office to get acquainted with our devoted staff and with us!