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3 RV Parks near Brookneal, Virginia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brookneal. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brookneal in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $1.00
As with most Thousand Trails parks - it's a hit or miss with the various amenities. This park's were better than the average. There is a mini-store on site near the swimming pool. There is an 11 acre lake - but no one was swimming in it - there were people fishing however. The roads & sites are all gravel and there is a lot of rain erosion (read bumpy). All sites are 30 amp max with sewer and water. Verizon service is good. - Wandering With Us
May 2019 - $1.00
Not a huge TT but fairly nice sites; Sections B and C are FHU; it was hard to find a level site as the campground has hills all over the place. The electric was good; water quality good. Wifi is not real good, but acceptable; TV antenna toward Roanoke is good. There is a nice trail around the lake which is part of the Walk the Trails; also used by golf carts & vehicles. The trails into the woods are roped off. I found one trail into the woods but won't go again as the woods are full of ticks. They have a nice activity center, pool, lake to swim in or boat; generally have all the normal activities. Disappointed in the laundry - only one washer and one dryer. They do not mow enough; seems like a full time job. The baseball field is not mowed; nor the field beyond it. The tennis court looks in rough shape and the shuffleboard courts are neglected as well. - Kerch Family
May 2019 - $1.00
We have stayed here before but it was in the fall. This time it was spring . Everything is ok but still needs ground work. They need to put in some 50 amp sites for the bigger units like ours. - Vagrandma
Sep 2019 - $46.00
This is our second visit to this park. We have family in Lynchburg and this is the closest RV park to Lynchburg. It is clean, well run, kept up and a pleasant place to stay. The price is too steep but when you're the only game around....There is Wifi but we didn't use it. Our site was open sky so getting sat signal was no problem. There are also tree covered sites. There is a section that is seasonal, but it is separate from the transient section and it would appear that the seasonals keep up their area. Utilities are well placed and work as they should. We will stay here again. - jomark
Aug 2019 - $46.00
Stayed for one night on Site #7. It was a level site on gravel with full hook up. Water, Sewer and 50 amp. I was notix able to get OTA TV or Satelite due to the trees. There is a lake for swimming and a large open field in the middle of the park for play. Close to Appomattox. It is a few miles from US 29 but a pleasant place. - PBD
Aug 2019 - $54.00
Nice park - good spaces many/most at least partially shaded. Lake with swimming and fishing areas. Pool, great game room, patio overlooking lake, camp store, lots of space to walk a dog - lots of open grassy areas to walk/run through. Shady areas to sit in. Down side, no wifi, no cable - we got 4 channels on the TV with our antenna -and during rain storms, you do want either tv or wifi...just how it is. - Dixies Mom
Oct 2019 - $24.00
30 level pull-through sites. Very bright at night - each site's electricity post had a light on top, plus additional nighttime lighting. Very close to VA 460, but noise level was tolerable. Excellent electric service, water pressure OK. Uncrowded mid-October weekday visit. Each site had their own oversized wheeled trash receptacle - very convenient! - D-S
Oct 2019 - $35.00
GREAT Location to Appomattox (see posted pictures)
The Water Pressure is not that great - ours was just over 40PSI - BamaBob
Aug 2019 - $47.00
Not much here for the money: no picnic table, no fire ring, no pool, very poor wifi but it's LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. It's within 5 miles of Appomattox National History Park. We had a long pull-thru which was level and had all the hook-ups. We parked in the front row under the trees, other sites are in the back two rows and there are no trees at all. As a campground, this is a high price to pay for what you get. But, it's close to Appomattox. On the other hand, Appomattox is a wonderful national park. We listened to ranger talks and living history talks, the film is an excellent explanation of what led up to Lee's surrender, the museum is good with lots of artifacts and explanation, the trails are fun, the store is quite complete. There are lots of benches in the shade and the roadside kiosks are also very good. We can't say enough good about the National Park. - swike