Open All Year
The Shenandoah Valley is rich in history, features stunning views and striking foliage, and our campground is centrally located for the maximum amount of family fun. Just passing through? We're right off I-81, too!
Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountain ranges on the site of a former walnut plantation, just three miles off I-81, the Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA offers a wide variety of camping options, from 100-foot-long pull-throughs to creek-side tent sites to rustic cabins and cottages with bathroom and kitchens.
In addition to a 2-acre fishing lake (no license required), our campground has a swimming pool, game room, pavilion, kids' playground and weekend activities, two laundry rooms and sparkling clean restrooms, as well as a country store well-stocked with food, bait, ice, toys, gifts, RV supplies, firewood and propane. Best of all, we have a brand-new, fully fenced dog park in which your canine companions can run free!
Off-site, historic Staunton--ranked by Smithsonian magazine as one of the "20 best small towns in America"--beckons a 10-minute drive from our entrance, while Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway are 15 miles away. Historic Monticello and Ashlawn-Highland are nearby, as well as scenic wineries and breweries, festivals and culture at the Frontier Culture Museum, and great hiking at various state and federal parks.
- 50 Max Amp
- 85' Max Length
- Cable TV
- Propane ($)
- Firewood ($)