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5 RV Parks near Charlotte Court House, Virginia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Charlotte Court House. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Charlotte Court House in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Sweet little campground, off the beaten track, best suited for small-to-medium RVs. Be sure to bring leveling blocks. There are a few sites that can accommodate RVs up to 36 feet or so. Take care when booking your site that you book one you can fit into. Love the restrooms and shower house--showers are independent from the restrooms and very spacious. Dump station in rear of campground. Not much room for people waiting in line or room for anyone to get around those waiting in line, so plan ahead. Verizon signal good for data but phone calls were dropped. Picked up several OTA TV channels. Two sweet little lakes, one walking distance from campground (Lake Goodwin) and the other near the cabins and lodge (Lake Prince Edward). Lake Goodwin has a really nice swim beach. Boat launch areas available for each lake, but beware parking is limited and it is a steep grade to get to those areas. Several trails through the park and around each lake. Farmville is probably the closest town with shopping, including Walmart, but even so, it's a 15-20 mile trip. - aowcarol
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This is a typical Virginia State Park. The park is clean and well maintained. It is not, however, geared toward larger RV's. Most sites could handle up to a 30 foot rig. There are 2 small lakes with swimming and small boats. My only complaint was the dump station backed up when I dumped my holding tanks. I could only open my black water valve half way in order to prevent the sewage from backing out of the drain. - MarkandMarty
Aug 2012 - $27.00
First time at Twin Lakes State Park. Check in was nice, go pick your site and let them know the number. It's slightly annoying, though, how the check in procedures vary from state park, to state park. This one wanted both vehicles license plate numbers, and one of the vehicles was not there yet. Just was at First Landing SP, and they could care less. Anyhoo.. This campground is very much suited to trailers, as the sites are very well maintained gravel. Very tight, though, so watch out if you are on the larger scale. We did have a tent, and choose E/W, so it was a bit difficult with the tent stakes and the gravel, but there is a separate tent area if you want. Sites were a decent size, but seemed close together with no foliage between. Bath house was probably the cleanest I have ever seen, maybe better than Disney. The beach sand area was raked and and cleaned nightly. There is a seasonal concessions, again clean and friendly. Paddle boats and canoes for rent. All in all, a very enjoyable three days. If we are in the area again, we'll be back! - laurafergie
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Off the beaten path, this state park offers clear night sky viewing and large sites. This is a true camper's campground. No cell service or other signals. Many hiking trails and a nice lake with diving decks and canoe, kayaks, and paddle boat rentals. Bathrooms were clean, but a little dated. Showers were also clean. Plenty of staff around and you see them everywhere. Rules are enforced. Nice snack bar, but tiny store. Bring what you need. We very much enjoyed the nature activities with the ranger. Not dumbed down and sorely needed for today's kids. They enjoyed it too. This is great for a weekend get away, but probably not much more. It is one of the oldest state parks in Virginia. - hopefulone
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Another of Virginia's terrific state parks. Roomy and quiet. Lots of trails and lake activity including swimming, fishing, canoeing. Only downside to this park is getting there. GPS want's to route you down a dusty gravel road. There is another route, but it is a bit narrow without much shoulder. - HokieDon
Jun 2018 - $41.00
Laurel Ridge campground is better than Red Bud with larger, more level sites. Campground host was very helpful. We rented kayaks for $8 per hour and enjoyed the lake. The beach is wonderful with lots of climbing structures in the water for the kids. Wonderful hiking trails. No cell service or wi-fi though. - Breezy2011
Oct 2018 - $47.00
We only planned on staying one night but turned into 2 nights. Nice place to stay for overnight. Close to Appomattox Museum and Park. Right off Highway 460 easy to get to. - Lorie Lee Spark2skip
Jun 2018 - $34.00
Check in was easy, no credit cards, pay by check or cash. Campground is neat and clean. Some long term units toward back of campsites but they were all in good shape, none of them on blocks. FHU, sites in open sunlight. Good cell service and good for satellite. A trash can is positioned between the two sites and is collected on a regular basis. There is some highway noise but not noticeable inside the unit. I would definitely return. We stayed for two weeks, it was a good spot to leave the camper for a flight back east. - Nautilus
May 2017 - $40.00
This is a no frills RV Park. It is right off of Hwy 460 so easy to get to. All sites are pull through so perfect for an overnight stop without having to unhook a tow vehicle. Check in was fast and friendly. Sites are gravel and a little unlevel, with a wider than normal strip of grass. No picnic table or fire ring.50amp and good water pressure. No amenities other than WiFi that worked well and our Verizon signal was strong. Road noise was not bad at night. We paid $40 a night with no discounts offered. We stayed May 25 -29, 2017. You are only minutes from the Appomattox Court House National Park and other historical places. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jun 2018 - $40.00
We stayed on site 13, a pull-through at the back of the campground. The campground was pretty hilly, but we had no trouble navigating it with our 26' trailer, nor in setting up on site. We found the campground to be very clean, quite attractive, and just overall very pleasant. The campground was mostly full on Saturday night, but it was fairly peaceful. For the next two nights after that, we had the campground to ourselves. There is one bath house, and it had two showers per side. They were adequate and clean. There is a dump station beside the bath house. The huge pool was a joy for our 11-year-old son. It was clean, and had a kiddie pool, picnic tables, lots of chairs, a concession stand, etc. Very nice pool for a state park. There is a lot of open space around the visitor's center, and this park is certified by the International Dark-Sky Association. This park is out away from any major towns (30 minute drive into South Boston), and apparently folks come from time to time to gaze at the stars and planets. - Ken H.
Apr 2018 - $40.00
Easy check in. We were here in mid April and there were only 2 other campers here. Sites are close together but made no difference. Sites are level and gravel. Lots of tent sites. Rigs > 37 feet would have trouble with the interior roads. Great hiking trails. Small gift shop. Park rangers very friendly and helpful. - rudyhehn
Apr 2018 - $33.00
Really enjoyed my stay at this campground. Hiking is fantastic. Clean, well marked trails. I did over 9 miles in two days, and didn't near see it all. Run offs for low muddy spots the best I've seen. I used this trip to check out the Equestrian campground. Looks well set up. A little worried about no water on the trails for horses (bring a collapsible bucket). The camp hosts were the best. They were very friendly and knowledgeable. Even seen them in action when a camper cut themselves, and another with a boating accident. Gift shop was staffed with very helpful seasonal staff. Love the slanted back-ins, easy to get your rig into. Will go back. - RebeccaR
Aug 2016 - $1.00
First of all, let me say this review in no way reflects the employees at this park, they were exemplary and we saw them working hard in oppressive August heat.
That said, we really wanted to love this park, we've camped there twice and both times had pretty much the same experience. We have a 40ft Fifth wheel that is all-electric and uses 50amp service. We knew going in the park only had 30amp so we were ready to adjust accordingly. However, the 30amp at site 61 was not true "30 amp" Our PMS service would only allow us to run 1 ac and absolutely nothing else, so when checked we were actually running 27 amps. To run the microwave or anything we would have to shut down the ac. In August, unacceptable. We've run 30amp plenty of times and been capable of running more than just an ac.
Thousand Trails has the bones of many beautiful parks in their system if they could see fit to invest in electrical upgrades and road upgrades. Along with the electric, the road was literally a dust bowl, the gravel used evidently crushes to a white powdery substance that even at the 5mph speed limit leaves a cloud of dust and a covering of white over all your equipment. This should not be so. No one wants to have their units and vehicles covered with so much dust you cannot see out of the windshields!
Again, I know no park is perfect, and even with the dust we so want to love this park, it is a beautiful setting, lake, pool..etc. and not that far from many attractions, Lynchburg, Appomatox, etc. We probably will not return due to the electrical issues in the park. Sadly. - buffy
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Nice rural park as others have said. Nearly all full hook up sites and all sites are 30 amps only. Sites have gravel and near all look level, plus nearly every site has good shade cover. Nice big pond and walking trails around the pond, all if so wish you can drive around. Plenty of activities over the weekends we were here. Only small problem we had is the ranger seemed to know less than we did when we checked in, and this was our first time at this park. - M5Adventures
Jun 2016 - $1.00
This is an older park in a rural setting. The lake is available for swimming but I wouldn't venture into it due to the quality of the water. This lake needs some serious attention. The interior roadways are all gravel and some are rutted due to erosion. The sites are also gravel and not very level. When we were here the store was not open. Other than at check-in we never saw any staff on the grounds. There were no planned activities during the middle of the week and little on the weekend. The pool was well used but again no staff present. There was a hot tub as well. We went sightseeing in the surrounding area and found the location acceptable. Verizon is borderline 4g and there are few sites that had DirecTV access due to the large trees. A number of sites in all the loops had the power boxes covered. We assumed these were inoperative. Unlike most Thousand Trails/Encore parks there is a high percentage of available sites for travelers. - BobWW