Walnut Hills Campground and RV Park is a dynamic haven with sites for tents, RVs, and travelers wanting to bunk down in one of their rustic cabins or cottages. Rolling hills and plentiful acreage provide a country atmosphere with 150 sites offering full and partial electricity (50 amp max), water and sewer hook-ups. You can also access the Internet and Cable TV.
Drive in and you’ll see motorhomes nestled in the trees on gravel/grassy sites with happy campers getting to know each other while their kids have fun in the ship-themed playgrounds.
The picturesque setting by a placid lake gives campers a water-front view with a patio and a unique opportunity to fish directly from their campsite. The entire park is a mix of hilly and flat terrain with a country resort appeal where attractive trees dot the landscape providing shade and a beauty that breathes of tranquility.
You’ll be spoilt for choice if staying in one of the cabins is your preference as some have a deluxe tag presenting a kitchenette, enough beds for a family of five, a bathroom, and adorable porch swing. Their lodges are holiday homes with a separate master suite, bathrooms, and a flat-screen TV. Linen is provided to give the camper a comfy home-away-from-home feel. If you want to sleep in a pioneer-style cabin or a more secluded getaway, the possibilities at Walnut Hills are endless. Each cabin has a picnic table and fire ring for outdoor entertaining.
Pets are welcome as it’s no fun leaving them behind. The hosts at the camp have provided a dog area where your furry friends can go-off leash and feel the freedom of a city dog park. In other areas, they have to be on a lead no greater than six feet in length and managed by their owners. All pooch guardians are responsible for picking up their pet-pals waste. If you are planning to stay in one of the camp rentals there is a $5 fee for dogs and some will not allow woofers on the premises. It pays to check when booking which cabins are dog-friendly.
Modern restrooms and showers are the norms at the park with a laundry area and store that has everything you need for an enjoyable time. There is plenty do with a fun-filled games room, horseshoe pits, and a sparkling blue swimming pool that opens from May through to October. There is also a supremely-stocked pond for fishing.
The happy hosts feature a ton of summer activities including "Who let the dogs out" and "I scream for ice cream." With 40 acres to explore, your holiday at the park is bound to be memorable drawing you back each summer.
If you want to venture out for a day, take a trip to the inspiring city of Staunton around nine minutes from the park, where exquisite architecture, galleries brimming with local art, and cuisine awaits the visitor.