Set in the hills just out of town and an easy walk to stores, a swimming pool, and restaurants is a campground with awesome views and new owners on a mission to impress their guests.
Virginia City RV Park is ideal for RVers wanting to be close to where the action is, with full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), water, sewer, and the internet. Scattered trees provide a little shade, with most sites featuring back-in access and picnic table. Campfires are not allowed due to the town's close proximity.
History-loving hounds (and humans) may find the local cemetery intriguing, offering a bird’s eye view of a town made over to its former glory as a wealthy settlement where gold and silver were once the prospector’s prize. Today, the area is a popular tourist haven attracting folks intrigued with the town's rags-to-riches stories and a desire to camp at the RV park where they can also pitch a tent or stay in a rustic cabin with kitchen, bathroom, and linens provided.
Virginia RV Park boasts a well-stocked market where campers can browse for groceries and order a coffee at the new camp cafe. Restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility are kept clean by personable hosts intent on giving their guests a pleasurable camping experience.
This also applies to family pets, including pooches that are required to be on a leash no longer than six feet. Guardians of cats and canines are asked to bring litter bags and pick up their fur-angels' waste. Neighborly behavior is a camp rule that applies to campers and their furry friends, who'll have tail-wagging times exploring the hills on daily walks.
Virginia City is built around the backdrop of Davidson Mountain, with a boomtown history superbly showcased in the various museums, including The Way it Was, featuring souvenirs from the Chollar Mine, a major source of gold and silver back in the 1800s.
Check into Virginia City RV Park, a gateway to Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Carson City. The ambiance is stylishly serene, with holidays and summer their busiest times.