Cabins: Check-in 3:00 pm; check-out 11:00 am Campers/Tents: Check-in 1:00 pm; check-out 12:00 noon
11 pm to 8 am
If you will be arriving after our Store/Registration Desk closes, please stop by the small guard shack clearly marked "Night Registration." A. If you already have a reservation, look in the box on the side of the guard shack and you will find a Guest Services Guide with your name and site number written on it. Inside is a map, directing you to your site. When you get up in the morning, please stop in to the Store to complete your registration. B. If you do not have a reservation, please choose an envelope in the box for the type of site you wish to have. Complete the envelope and put your payment information in it (cash or credit card information) and place it in the lockbox. Take a Guest Services Guide, and using the map inside, proceed to your site. When you get up in the morning, please stop in to the Store to complete your registration. Note: Cabins are not available without a reservation being made prior to your arrival.
Your four-legged family members are welcome at Virginia Beach KOA, as long as they are not aggressive, are on a leash at all times, and are cleaned up after with waste disposed of properly. There is no charge for pets on campsites. For rental cabins: we have a limited number of pet-friendly Deluxe Cabins and Camping Cabins, for which we charge an additional pet cleaning fee of $25 per pet per stay.
Campsites: Must be at least age 18 to stay on a campsite. Rental cabins: Must be rented by a mature, responsible adult over age 21 who is staying in the unit.
We love having people visit our park! If you wish to tour the campground briefly, please stop in the store for a complimentary car pass. If you are staying here and are expecting visitors while you’re here, we do charge a modest visitor fee of $5 per person. When we ask for it, kindly understand that registering visitors with the office and paying the fee are necessary to help us cover the costs of additional people using our facilities, abide by local occupancy laws, provide security for our camping families, know who is on the property in case of emergency, and manage parking for the extra vehicles. All visitors must abide by the normal campground rules and leave the campground 30 minutes prior to Quiet Hours. Also, if you’re planning a family reunion or party while you're staying here, please ask us about using our pavilion so as not to intrude on your camping neighbors.
We want Virginia Beach KOA to be a get-away, where you can leave your worries and your to-do list behind.The first qualities youll notice about Keith Stachurski, General Manager of Virginia Beach KOA, are his enthusiasm and positive attitude. His favorite part of his job is greeting our guests and making sure the staff goes out of its way to make YOU feel welcome. In fact, you will often see Keith cruising around the campground in his golf cart, stopping by just to say hello.
Keith is passionate about creating a family-friendly atmosphere at Virginia Beach KOA. He wants this to be a place where you can build positive, lasting memories with your family, find a get-away from life's hectic pace, and have a home base while you enjoy all that Virginia Beach has to offer. He wants your experience at Virginia Beach KOA to be so great that you cant wait to tell your friends and family about it!
Keith, his wife, and two college-age children come from Wisconsin, where they managed a campground for several years. In their spare time, they like to head to the beach or enjoy the many local tourist attractions, just like everyone else! Keith also enjoys bowling and football.
No matter where he lives, he will always be a Green Bay Packer fan and a Cheesehead at heart.