Staunton / Walnut Hills KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-7566

Info: 540-337-3920

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484 Walnut Hills Road

Staunton, VA 24401-6936

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RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm

Accommodations

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Local Area Attractions

Although we are located just ten minutes south of beautiful, historic Staunton, exploring the town is hardly the only thing to do in our area! We're centrally-located to scenic hiking trails, fine restaurants, interesting museums, exciting wineries and breweries, and more. This is a sampling of what's located nearby, but be sure to ask in the office about The Big Green Book of Things to Do and See for more.

Staunton, VA

Staunton is often called the "Queen City" of the Shenandoah Valley is Staunton and is crammed with fine dining and casual restaurants, breweries, antique stores, coffee shops, and more. It's a great town for walking, so find a place to park (or ask us in the office about the best lots) and get out and see things on foot!

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American Shakespeare Center in Staunton

10 S Market St.
Staunton, VA 24401
540-851-1733

This is the only theater that re-creates the original Blackfriars Theater where Shakespeare's plays were first performed. Find out what's playing or purchase tickets by calling the Blackfriars Playhouse box office at 1-877-MUCH-ADO or 540-851-1733.

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Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton

Our area was settled by a large number of German, Irish, English, and African immigrants. Learn more about the local history (including why it's pronounced STAN-tun and not Stauhn-ton) at this huge living history museum. Be prepared to walk!

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Woodrow Wilson Birthplace & Presidential Library

Woodrow Wilson's first home offers an authentic picture of family life in the pre-Civil War Shenandoah Valley.

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P. Buckley Moss Gallery in Waynesboro, VA

329 W Main St.
Waynesboro, VA 22980
540-949-6473

The P. Buckley Moss Gallery is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Waynesboro. The artist finds inspiration in the imagery of Virginias Shenandoah Valley, becoming captivated by the life and culture of the Amish and Mennonite people of the area.  She embraced the local landscapes, lifestyles, and traditions and felt that the life and culture she was part of held an important message for modern society:  live simply and enjoy every moment!

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