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Most recent stay was June 19th thru June 22nd 2017 ~ We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy...More
This majestic limestone creation is incredibly breathtaking & well worth a visit!
Formerly owned by Thomas Jefferson & boasts of George Washington’s rock flourish.
Carved out by age-old rivers at a height of more than 20 stories, it’s truly a sight to behold.
We stayed 1 night on our way to Tennessee. It was right off the main road, very quiet and clean and the people were nice. Will be staying there again so we can see more of the attractions that surround it.
While on a road trip to D.C. we pulled off highway for gas around Lexington. Had seen the highway sign and decided to check it out. While on road trips it's always interesting to go look at a venue that you would not normally do....More
The campground is very nice and the people are great. The only issue we had was with the wifi. It is very intermittent and was frustrating. Someone came and told us that maybe if we moved closer to the office it would be better, but...More
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Most of our sites have a tent pad that is 20 X 20. We do have some sites that don't have a designated tent pad that would probably work better for you if your tent is 25 X 10. Just be sure to mention your tent size when you... More
Most of our sites have a tent pad that is 20 X 20. We do have some sites that don't have a designated tent pad that would probably work better for you if your tent is 25 X 10. Just be sure to mention your tent size when you make a reservation so we can find one that will work for you.
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"Base camp for visiting Blue Ridge Parkway, Lexington, Natural Bridge Rec Area"