General Campground Information
Sunday-Thursday: 9:00 AM - 7:00* PM
Friday & Saturday: 9:00 AM - 8:00* PM
*Closing times may vary throughout the season, please call
campground for more detailed information.
Check-in and Check-out times
Check-in time for Deluxe Cabins is anytime after 3:00 PM.
***For early check-in please call the office after 9:00 AM the morning of arrival to see if the site is available. All early check-ins are subject to a $10 early check-in fee if available.
ALL CAMPERS ARE ASKED TO ARRIVE BEFORE 10:00 PM WHICH IS QUIET TIME. If you plan to arrive after hours please contact the office.
Check-out for all sites is by 11:00 AM.
***For late check-out please check with the office the morning of departure to check availability. All late check-outs are subject to a late check-out fee if available.
For the enjoyment of all campers, please follow these times.
If you feel that you cannot be quiet during these hours please plan to stay elsewhere.
We will give one warning after quiet time, the second time you will be asked to leave.
We strive to get all campers parked and set up in their site before quiet time.
Please plan accordingly so that you can arrive before quiet time and avoid disturbing other campers.
Visitors fees are $5/adult and $3/child.
ALL vehicles must obtain a car pass to park anywhere in the campground.
The numbers of visitors may be limited due to campground occupancy.
Visitors must exit the campground by quiet time which is 10:00 PM.
Visitors are not to park in the grass or picnic area of site. Visitor parking area is available.
Registered campers are responsible for the behavior of their guests at all times.
Visitors and registered campers may be asked to leave at any time for objectionable behavior.
Pets must be on a leash at all times and leash must be controlled by an adult.
Pets must be well behaved. This means:
NO excessive barking
NO aggressive behavior
Pets must be cleaned up after immediately
Pets must not be left unattended outside at your site or at Kamp K-9
Pets are allowed in standard cabins only, $10/day fee
Pets are not allowed in Deluxe Cabin accommodations
We sell bundles of firewood at the camp store.
You can bring in-state wood to the campground.
*Any firewood you bring with you and do not burn must be taken back with you.*
You may gather sticks from the ground but do not drag any large pieces from the woods.
All wood you intend to burn must fit within the fire ring provided.
PLEASE NO TRASH, BOTTLES, BOTTLE CAPS, or CIGARETTE BUTTS in the fire rings, they are NOT trash cans!
Children under 14 must be supervised by an adult at the pool.
No food or glass beverages allowed in the pool area.
No pets allowed in the pool area.
For your safety, no diving or flipping into pool.
Please, no excessively large floats in pool.
See sign at pool for full list of rules.
Cable TV Lineup
- Check [b] your connection at our post and at your rig. Make sure everything is tightened up. If you have a cable and a satellite input they are sometimes mislabeled.[/b]
- Locate your antenna amplifier/booster button. It is often behind your main TV or the bedroom TV but can be found in all sorts of places, in a cabinet, by the door, behind the passenger seat… it will usually have a red or green light. Yes, you do have one! It needs to be in the OFF position to use our cable.
- With your TV remote check your input source. It should be set to cable or TV.
- With your TV remote go to Menu, then go to Channel. Select Air/cable and make sure Cable is selected. Now select Auto Scan. This will take a minute or two to find all of our channels.
Exit the scan. You should now have 48 channels of cable.
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 lacrosse practice.
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!