Virginia’s Indian Heritage RV Park is somewhat remote, providing a rural feel while still being a short drive from any city amenities you might want, including visits to popular attractions in the area, like the Martinsville Speedway, Virginia Museum of Natural History, National D-Day Memorial and more.
The RV Park has spots for RVs and tents, with full hookups and a dump station. Most are close together and do not have much shade. The park is open year-round and offers both grass and concrete pads. WiFi is available throughout the park. The heated bathhouse provides a lounge area, laundry facilities, modern showers, and restrooms. More primitive sites are located on the riverfront. Wildlife you’ll spot include deer, large birds of prey, and small mammals. There is also a spot to access the river from the campground.
The park is pet-friendly, but only welcomes quiet and gentle animals. They must be on a leash at all times, though a leash length is not specified. Breeds that are known to be aggressive are not allowed and those “aggressive breeds” are subject to management approval. If you have any doubts as to whether your dog will be allowed based on their breed, call and check ahead of time. Regardless, pets must be under your control and supervision when they are outside of your vehicles.
You must bring your own supplies to clean up after your pet and you must clean up after them immediately (so leashing your dog at your campsite and then cleaning up after them at the end of the day is not advised or allowed). If you do tie up your pet, you cannot leave them unattended. If your dog starts barking excessively, you may be asked to leave, particularly between the hours of 10 pm and 8 am.