With its amazing variety of natural wonders, wildlife, historical sites, scenic drives, amusement parks, mountains, lakes and beaches, Virginia should top your list of RV camping destinations!
You can escape to the country’s longest commercial beach at Virginia Beach, tour our nation’s capital, Arlington National Cemetery and the surrounding area, immerse yourself in colonial life in Williamsburg, tour Thomas Jefferson’s and George Washington’s homes, drive scenic Skyline Drive, visit Civil War battlefields and other landmarks, hike and birdwatch in Shenandoah National Park, go fishing and boating on the Chesapeake Bay (and enjoy eating great seafood!) and lots more!
If you’re interested in history, Virginia can’t be beat. Relics and sites from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, colonial life, American Indian life and the civil rights movement are magnets for tourists.
Shenandoah National Park includes more varieties of plants, flowers and trees than all of Europe.
RV enthusiasts have numerous choices of campgrounds around the state of Virginia. Many are resort style with amenities for the whole family and others give campers the sense that they are alone in the wilderness.
Bethpage Camp Resort in Urbanna is on the Rappahannock River near the Chesapeake Bay. It has a water park and complete recreational facilities and is close to Williamsburg, Jamestown and Busch Gardens. Grey’s Point Camp is another great resort style campground nearby.
Lake Fairfax Park in Reston, is close to Washington, D.C. Guests at the campground are close to several metrorail stations making the commute to Washington and Alexandria easy.
RV lovers can enjoy Virginia Beach, Newport News and the surrounding area when they stay at Holiday Trav-L-Park of Virginia Beach. It has resort amenities, including a dog park and a free parking lot at the beach for guests.
Cherrystone Family Camping Resort in Cheriton is a great place to enjoy swimming, fishing and boating on the Chesapeake Bay.
Shenandoah National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive are dotted with campgrounds. They tend to be simple with few resort style amenities but rich with flowers and foliage, animals and birds and gorgeous views.
Take your motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel and head to Virginia! No matter what you and your family enjoy, you’ll find it when you go camping there!