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Date of Stay:
October, 2018 -
This place is crowded with little room between sites and noisy. Because of our experience, we would not recommend this place to anyone nor will we come back. We happened to be staying over the Halloween weekend and we were not warned or told that they invite the neighboring community to come trick or treat on Saturday evening. Because of the crowds and I do mean CROWDS of people, they close down the campground to traffic. We returned from an afternoon out with groceries and were told we couldn't drive to our home. Let's just say this was surprising to us and we were very angry at the no warning of the closure. After having words with the management we were allowed to drive to our home. To top it all off after the trick or treating ended, loud music went until 11 pm. The thumping was unpleasant when all we wanted was a nice quiet Saturday evening at home. It is my understanding they have parties here every weekend as they gave us the 2019 schedule of weekend events. Definitely not our scene and we would like to warn others about this noisy and annoying place. In addition to the noise and crowds, the dog run is a joke. It's a small fenced in area with trees all over and not any room for the dogs to actually run. There is also a sign that states no toys allowed. Our pup enjoys playing fetch and this dog run was too small with too many obstacles to do that. Why bother even having a dog run if my dog can't bring a toy in and there's little room to actually run around off leash? If you're looking for noise, loud music and crowds, then this is the place for you. Otherwise, stay away. We camped at Shenandoah Acres Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Staunton with lots of history, breweries, wineries, hiking and more. Location isn't the issue with this campground.