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8 RV Parks near Brambleton, Virginia
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brambleton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brambleton in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $45.00
This was our fourth time to stay at Greenville Farm. It is by far the best RV Park in the DC area, though somewhat rustic. I would say very nice for a working farm. We like the farm setting with cattle, fields, and a pond. It also feels more secure being at the back of the farm. We have made this our home away from home while visiting family in Arlington, and taking in some of the sights in DC. We have learned that the even numbered sites in the first 16 are the most level for our RV. This area is not heavily shaded, so we are able to use our DirecTV satellite. AT&T works fine here even though WIFI is not available. We use the Laundry every time and find it adequate but it could use a little more attention. Washers and dryers all work well. - Texas E-S
Sep 2018 - $41.00
This was an OK campground but our site was not great. It's important to note that there are several sections which are vastly different. We were in the full hookup pull-through section which is just some gravel spots in an open field. The sites are very close together, they face in alternate directions (so you share your camping area with your neighbor), and are on a bit of a hill so it's pretty hard to get level front-to-back. Overall our site was not great but was OK for the few days we were there. There's another camping section further back that doesn't have full hookups, but feels more like a state park campground - heavily wooded, pretty, and natural. The long driveway from the main road to the camp office is narrow (one lane) but newly paved and smooth. We did run into an outbound car on our way in, so the car had to back up to the camp office so we could get by. The road from the office to the full hookup sites is in poor condition (narrow, uneven, and rutted) but manageable. We had good AT&T and Verizon signal, and found plenty of places to walk our dog thanks to the wooded camping area behind our area. We'd stay again in a pinch, but prefer a couple county parks in the area. - LifeRebooted
Oct 2017 - $38.00
Nice quiet park even though all the field sites filled up. When we went for a long walk around the whole campground there where many more sites in the wooded areas but few were full this mid fall weekend. The site appeared to slope a little front to back however I had no problem leveling as I was planning to disconnect anyway. - 2mainiacs
May 2018 - $40.00
This is a nice little park very conveniently located to DC. There is no water or sewer at the sites, so come prepared! We filled our fresh tank and made it 6 nights without an issue. As others have mentioned, the shower house has 6 individual rooms that are like private bathrooms, except that they're open above so you can hear everything. The fans were never on, but if they could be turned on it would probably help with the humidity. I suspect the showers are hosed down, but lifting up the "handicap bench" disclosed mucky black hair balls that could easily have been cleaned, and it was very slimy! An elevated mat in the dressing area would be nice so you don't have to stand in the water that comes out from the shower or is left from the hosing down. Also, check the water before you undress - some of the showers only trickle (#1) and the water never gets warm! On the other hand, the sinks spray with such force that you are basically showering there with your clothes on, and the water gets so hot you can't rinse your face with it! Seems like a couple of easy fixes are in order there. Overall it's a nice park, wish we could have explored the trails a bit more, but it rained the first 5 days we were there non-stop, so we only had one nice day. We were grateful the campground is on high ground! The dump station is near the shower house and seems easy to access, we'll use it on our way out. All-in-all, it was convenient for us and we would stay again. - Denise and Glenn
Nov 2017 - $42.00
Very convenient location for visiting the DC area. With the recently opened Metro Silver Line, there is a stop only a few miles away. None of the sites have water or sewer, and about half have 50A electric service. The sites are reasonably spaced, and there is little shade. Sat TV and cell service were good. The camping area is high on a hill about a half mile from the lake/water park. The place is quiet on weekdays, but the water park and picnic areas are packed on weekends in the nice weather. - NKA
Oct 2017 - $40.00
We had a large site with plenty of room for our dog to be outside. There were trails for hiking and lots of other activities in the park. People in the office were very friendly and helpful. Dish TV, AT&T cell phones and Verizon MiFi all worked well. We stayed here for a week and enjoyed it tremendously. It was a great base for sightseeing in the immediate area and in D.C. Will definitely stay here again if we are in the area. - Bobbi1948
Apr 2019 - $48.00
We stayed two weeks in a 40 foot fifth wheel. This is our fourth stay here and we simply love almost everything about this park. Let's get the almost out of the way...we hate the shotgun range that is on the back side of the park. It seems a shame to have such a beautiful location for camping marred by full days of shotguns going off. Makes it difficult to enjoy sitting outside to watch the flora and fauna. You would be well served to call ahead of time for reservations to be sure you pick a site that will accommodate your rig and connections. Most sites on the full hookup road are pull thru along the road but your connections may be on the wrong side or behind your rig as is the case with site 123. We have been here twice in spring for bluebells and my what a beautiful trail this is. It is such a joy to watch the spring awakening. Also, all three of our bird feeders have visitors all day long. In the fall, you can find PaPas on the same trail. The White Trail is great for an evening stroll and we usually see deer along this trail and even on the back road of the campground. The Water Park is open in the summer. Access roads in the park are fine but they have a few potholes to work on. Do not let your GPS take you in the back way via the special events/shooting center unless the main entrance is flooded. The campground is higher and doesn't "usually" flood. Make sure you have plenty of water, sewer, and electric. Make sure you have appropriate hiking shoes, this is a forest flood plane and it is wet. Visit DC via the Fairfax Vienna metro just 14 miles (45 minutes) away. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Mar 2019 - $36.00
The stay wasn’t horrible. Easy in and easy out. The only real negative thing that we experienced were the constant gunshots from the shooting range. - Cljoyce0704
Mar 2019 - $52.00
We stayed here as a jump off to see DC with a friend. Ur site was fairly level, with minor work we were good. The space was very large and was very quiet at night. Water pressure a okay, but did not need a reducer. We would stay here again. - D-Miller
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is our second time staying at Hillwood, the first was a 3 year stay, and then this 2 night stay. The camping park is great. It's beautiful, green, and quiet from the minute you drive inside. Trees, a beautiful pond, and flowers make it feel so secluded despite being in the city. The camping park is so reasonably priced for the area. They provide a laundry room, bath house, and mail services. - skisqueen
Jun 2016 - $48.00
This was the worst place I have literally ever been. Filthy!!! Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. The lady in the office is constantly talking bad about all the people staying at the park. Not a nice person at all and the owner takes no pride what so ever in this park. Lots of full time residents that have tons of old stuff hoarded around the outsides of their campers. This place was just gross! - Kelly from Ga
Sep 2014 - $40.00
This camping park is a blessing. It has the best staff, a beautiful location, and amazing prices!!! It caters to long-term tenants, which I love, no constant in and out. It doesn't have certain perks, pool or playground, but the surrounding area makes up for it! There is a water fountain, a water park, tons of playgrounds, bounce houses, tons for families to do! The sites are well maintained, considering the high level or rain and snow that falls there. The laundry facility does its job, cheap washers and dryers! The bath/shower house isn't perfect, but long-term residents don't need it to be, our campers provide it. There is no problem with security here, as a resident of 3 years, there was 1 incident. I recommend this park to the fullest, I couldn't have been happier anywhere. - skisqueen
Aug 2018 - $28.00
Dry camping only with dump station near camp store and fresh water spigots at restrooms. Probably a great campground for tent camping but sites for RVs are very limited. The few that are level or long enough for an RV may or may not be available when you arrive, since you can't reserve specific sites ahead of time. Roads and sites are gravel/rock/dirt. Recent rains and poor drainage left some roads very pitted and with gullies running through them. Other than that, if you want to dry camp, have a small RV, and can grab an acceptable site (park literature says #'s C1,3,4,5,8 and B1,8,9 are good for up to 30' RVs) then this is really a beautiful place. Very heavily shaded. Near beautiful little lake. Nice walking trails. Lots of activities for kids in general park area (train, carousel, ice cream shop, putt-putt and disc golf). Verizon signal strong. Over-the-air TV antenna brought in plenty of channels. - aowcarol
Sep 2005 - $20.00
This is a nice, small, primarily tent campground that is well maintained by the park authority. We spent one night during Labor Day weekend and there were plenty of sites available. Everyone was tent camping. Smaller trailers could back into some campsites witout too much trouble. All sites are under trees. There are only a few lake side campsites with limited views of the lake. There's a small playground and grassy field. There are 3 fairly clean bathhouses which is plenty for this size campground. A camp store and dump station are at the cg entrance. The main park which is on the other side of the lake has Par 3 golf, mini-golf, frisbee golf, fishing, rowboat rentals, ice cream parlor, carrousel, small train rides, and a good hiking/biking/fitness trail. Private canoes and kayaks are allowed, but no rentals. There is no swimming. You can get to the main park by using the trail. I was the only one who noticed a lot of night road noise from a road outside of the park. Otherwise, the campground was quiet. I'm sure we will return for a full weekend stay. - crazy4sailin
Oct 2018 - $32.00
First of all the site we were given D69 was very unlevel. We are full time RVers and have never come across a site anywhere near that bad at a campground. Other than that the campground is very nice, clean, and quiet. They do however seem to have a very strict check out time as someone knocked on our door 6 minutes after 11, then came by again shortly after as we were getting ready to pull out. We have never had someone basically chasing us out of a campground like that before. - BrittanyFenn
Jul 2018 - $33.00
This is not a regular RV park it is a county park. Located in a forest full of very private places. Verizon WiFi receives good. Good and easy service in the office. Nice and clean place to stay for a longer time. - Obcy
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Roads into the park and inside the park are good. Check in was fast and friendly and they offered area information. The park is well maintained. There is a camp store with your basic needs. Lots of trails for hiking and activities for kids. We were in D-51, a gravel pull through with full hook ups. The site is VERY unlevel no matter where you pull in. We used all of our jack pads and our tires were far off the ground. We needed to buy additional sewer hose to reach the sewer connect. To turn the water on - there is a small ring under the faucet that needs to be pulled down - they didn't tell us this but luckily a neighbor knew what to do! The sites are very large and wooded. It was plenty long enough for our 37-foot Class A, tow-dolly and parking the car. Extremely quiet. It seems they are working on the leveling issues, which would give it a 10 star rating. The laundry room and bathrooms are clean. There is no WiFi. Our Verizon signal was good. We stayed May 28 - June 4, 2018 and paid $36 a night with our Passport America discount. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Apr 2016 - $10.00
These past reviews are a little out dated. A new Manager took over several seasons ago and man has it changed.
Still lots of Latino family's on the weekends but managed very well. If you want calm and tranquil arrive Monday through Thursday. If you want busy then go on the weekends.
Enjoyed the staff.
Bathrooms were clean, playground was nice.
$10.00 per night Sunday through Thursday. On Friday you have to purchase a weekend pass for $25.00 per person, it covers you until Monday at 1:00 PM.
Saturday you pay $20.00 per person and you can stay until Monday at 1:00 PM. The weekend pass is because of the large crowd and the difficulty in regulating arm bands.
Over all it's a great deal like $8.33 a day. - Outhouse
Aug 2010 - $35.00
The river was beautiful. Mike was great. Staff was friendly. The tubing was AWESOME. The campsites were the biggest I've ever seen. Nice, wide, more than enough room. We arrived on a Thursday and left on Sunday and also had some tent people meeting us there. For us, the stay was nice. For the tent people not so great due to the bath houses being completely disgusting. You also have to bring quarters with you to use the showers which the website doesn't disclose. A certain nationality of people showed up Friday night, by the hundreds. Things went downhill from there. They were loud, dirty and I think the bath house situation was because of them. They played loud music, left their trash everywhere, sped through the campground. Border patrol was all over the place and cops frequented the campsite over the weekend. On Sunday, they all packed up and left. They left garbage EVERYWHERE. I felt so bad for the owners to have to clean up such a mess. This is such a beautiful place to camp. I hope the owners can figure out a way to deter the illegals (I'm assuming illegal with so much border patrol officers around). - Leslie C.
Jun 2010 - $8.00
Don't trust these people, this used to be a great campground that our group stayed at for several years in a row. USED to be friendly and worked well with us. We always came with a group of 20-100 people. Then things started going downhill. A bad element of people started coming in, in spite of complaints by us for a couple of years in a row of campers from other sites/groups coming into our reserved areas disrupting our functions and items coming up missing nothing was done by management to curb it. Although management lives right across the road, once they are gone for the day that's it, you're on your own. The last straw was when we made our usual reservation at our usual group rate, something happened and the lady that used to handle our reservations was no longer there. ONE WEEK prior to our event we were told that neither the space we had reserved nor the rate we were promised would be honored. They doubled the price, we did get our space back, but not without a lot of hassle. This same thing happened to another sister group earlier. We won't be back. - luvmyhp
Jun 2018 - $59.00
We made reservations for a campground called Brunswick Family campground. It is located in Brunswick Md an we paid $59.00 for a premium site(well they call it premium) I call it full hook up because we have sewer(we can't use because I don't have 50ft of sewer hose). No cable,no wi-fi, and no over the air channels. To get to the campground you first have to go through the town that has a very narrow two lane road and the town allows parking on the street. Then you have to make a 90 degree right turn in the middle of town,go through the train station and the parking lot for the train station across 8 railroad tracks to the road and then you turn left on a dirt road and go about a mile past the towns water treatment plant. The road has pot holes large enough to have a class a lost in it. You come to the campgroudnd that looks like a cow pasture with water and electric. The sites are gravel and not level at all. The cancellation policy is “too bad” no matter when you cancel but you can stay some other time this year if you can't make it on the day you chose. In all honesty this place needs to be closed down. If I had to rate this I would give it a negative 4 stars I would go negative 5 but the Potomoc River is in the back of the campground. The campground did flood on June 4th and they are trying to clean it up but I the think they should have called the guests and offered to refund the money since it was sonbadly flooded. Oh well it is part of the adventure and live and learn. I guess I better pay more attention to the reviews - TRR
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Streets through town to get to park are very narrow. After you cross railroad tracks, be ready for a really dusty potholed road to campground. Check in was weird - we were given orange bands to display so staff could know we weren't "squatters". Finally got to "campsite" to find electrical and water hookups were at least 50 feet away. Campsite was on the edge of potential water hole if it rained any at all. Tried to get a refund as we decided we were NOT going to stay. Were told refunds had to be approved through general manager at main off-site office. Called and of course he had just left office for the day. We left to find something else. Refund was finally approved 3 days later. All we can really say is: JUST DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT GOING HERE unless you see it first. Best thing that can be said is that the campground is on the Potomac River. - gwvwadc
Apr 2017 - $50.00
My husband and I had planned to stay here for our first overnight stay in our new 26' TT. The drive to the campground was the first issue we ran across. The roads through town to get to the campground were very narrow and it was hard to make turns at stop lights without running up over curbs. Once we got through town and over the railroad tracks, we went down a very narrow gravel road, pass the sewage treatment plant and arrived at the campground entrance. I will say the lot we attempted to setup at had a very nice view overlooking the river. However, it was an extremely unlevel lot and we did not have very good success trying to setup the camper. After ruining one of our stabilizer jacks, we decided to pack up and go down the road to a different campground. - HappyCampers508