With 24 state parks offering public campgrounds, four national parks, two national forests and hundreds of privately-owned campgrounds around the state, Virginia is a major destination for families, backpackers and outdoor adventurers at anytime of year, and whatever the season
From the Shenandoah Valley to Chesapeake Bay, and the Blue Ridge Mountains to miles of coastal Virginia beaches, Virginia offers accommodations ranging from primitive tent camping to camper cabins and luxury RV parks.
More about Virginia campgrounds & RV parks around the Web:
Go Camping & RVing in Virginia -
The official travel site featuring informative overviews of state parks, national parks and forests, and family-friendly campgrounds, including a database of tent campgrounds, camper cabins, and rv parks searchable in an A-Z list or by region, county, or city. With details on rates, amenities, photos, maps and driving directions, nearby attractions.
Virginia State Parks - Camping & Campgrounds - The official site offering detailed information on public campgrounds statewide including tent camping, cabins and family lodges, with details on rates, reservations, and a searchable database by location or amenities.
Virginia's Campgrounds - More information on privately-owned campgrounds around the state with interactive maps to find accommodations by location - with details on hookups, rentals and amenities, contact info and related resources. Also available in a printable PDF full-color guide.
Coastal Virginia Campgrounds - Trails.com guide with information on state parks, RV parks and resorts in and around Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake Bay with details on amenities, maps, directions.
Camping in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains - Good overviews of camp resorts, RV parks and campgrounds throughout the region with details on pet-friendly camps, related family activities and nearby attractions, maps and related resources.