Shenandoah Valley Campground is a relatively untamed landscape with its own magical waterfall! Pitch a tent by the river with electricity and water hookups for $45 a night or set up the RV under a canopy of established, leafy trees on a gravel pad with full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer. This also includes access to the internet and cable TV. The sites are cozy, with pull-through or back-in choices and a complimentary fire ring with a picnic table. The daily rate is $45 to $59 depending on your service requirements.
Treat the kids to summer in a pioneer log cabin with air-conditioning, heat, and enough space to sleep a family of four. There’s a glider on the porch and fire ring for outdoor cooking. The other option is their larger and furnished camper, offering a separate bedroom, living area with gas cooker, fridge, TV, and DVD player. This is a little more luxury for folks who like their creature comforts at $120 per night.
The kids will adore interacting with the tame bunnies, along with squirrels who like to get in on the act. Good times begin from the moment you arrive and are greeted by friendly hosts. They are the genius behind camp happenings, scheduling weekend events including Grandparents' Day, Halloween, rubber ducky races, and karaoke.
Shenandoah Valley Campground pours on the holiday charm with a good-size swimming pool and four hot tubs where you can sit back and relax. A stocked pond lets campers test their skills before heading to the river where trout and bass are the angler's prize. This camp should get a glowing report for its well-supplied store and on-site café with pizza and ice cream to feed hungry appetites.
Feeling active? Try a game of horseshoes, golf, or shoot hoops with the kids on the basketball court. Volleyball is also on the itinerary, along with letting the family pooch or cat come on vacation. This is a busy camp, so guardians are asked to keep their dogs on a leash no longer than four feet and pick up their waste, especially if you’re exploring the woods. Keeping woofers close might avoid an epic cartoon-esque sequence when your cute pupster spots a rabbit or squirrel.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are always ultra-clean, and the whole camp lights up with a DJ and dancing on hot summer nights. There are no issues with road noise at this tranquil retreat as it’s nicely off the beaten track with nature trails for pleasurable walks
Shenandoah Valley Campground is where eternal memories are created. Peak times are May through September, so if you want the kids to experience a summer they will never forget, make a reservation and bring the family pooch!