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9 RV Parks near Monterey, Virginia
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Monterey. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Monterey in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $16.00
This is in the middle of the National Radio Quiet Zone, hence no Wi-Fi. Just a simple open, grass-covered field, with about 40 sites for RVs. Not all sites have sewer or 50 amp service, but there are enough of each to meet the demands of travelers. The website is a bit out of date as the restaurant closed 3 years ago. Reservations are via phone and I suggest calling after 5pm to reach someone directly. If you are into astronomy, this is a wonderful place to visit. The sky is absolutely black as there are very few lights to obscure night views of the sky. The observatory is open 7 days per week and offers a guided bus tour once a day. Worth stopping. - Dunwoodyradio
Sep 2019 - $40.00
We stayed here two nights while come to and from Snowshoe resort. The owner allowed us to leave the camper on site and hooked up while we were staying up on the resort. He was very easy to work with and super nice. Obviously cares about their customers. The grounds were clean with plenty of sites to use. Mountain View’s all around as well as a coal driven locomotive nearby. Will surely be back again. - docwade87
Jul 2019 - $30.00
This is a very nice campground with a great small river flowing through it. The owner was friendly and helpful. Smaller campers can camp along the East Branch river. Our site had water and electric and some big rig sites have FHU. Pet friendly, but keep dogs leashed. You can easily walk to the town of Durbin, but not much there. Grocery store has closed, but a restaurant remains open and a restaurant/bar is also open. Durbin is the home of the "Durbin Rocket" steam train attraction, which runs Thursday thru Sunday. Great fun to hear the steam venting and whistle from our campsite. NO cell service - This is inside the "National Radio Quiet Zone." We did have a radio station from central Virginia. Not far to the Green Bank telescope and the Cass Scenic Railroad. This campground is within a large National Forest. If possible, plan your route to stay in the valleys. 9% grades not unusual on the highway north going toward Elkins. GPS is not reliable in this area. We will return to this campground, hopefully soon. - WVBill
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Very good park and basecamp for the many opportunities in the area. On a flat piece of land between the East Fork of the Greenbrier river. Layout is inventive which makes it feel very open. Utilities are first rate. Internet signal is weak but was adequate. Signal booster antenna is helpful. Note, the park is within the radio free zone of the Green Bank Observatory so no cell service. The only minus for this park is that the showers need a bit more detail in cleaning. Be aware that the area is mountain driving, 6-9% grades with roads that seldom see a straight-a-way. If you do not see deer it is odd. - gumper
Jul 2015 - $50.00
This campground is hard to rate because it depends on your likes. It is very rustic with full hookups. Due to the location there is no Wi-Fi or Phone reception. This is true for the whole area due to where it is at. The owner is very nice and actually came down to the town looking for us as we were much later than we told him. If you want to get away and truly relax then this is the place to be. The drive from I-81 is not for the faint of heart, especially in a larger 39' DP with toad. This is a great location for base to travel mountains roads in a sports car or motorcycles. We would go again if we have a smaller RV. - jimnina
May 2006 - $20.00
Was tent camping this time for a weekend. Bathrooms were a disgrace, only one toilet worked in womens room and none in the mens room men had to come in to womens to use toilet. Only one shower in each bathroom for the whole campground. Was camping with a group and we unintentionally over paid the owner Harry by several hundred dollars. He made himself really scarce so this could not be rectified prior to us leaving. In repeated attempts to call the campground later, the man that the check was given to was 'mysteriously' not there. Once when the phone was answered (maybe by him) He refused to say that it was him and even refused to say that it was Whitaker campground even though the phone log showed plainly that the number dialed was the campground number and it was the number that had been dialed prior with success. No wonder this campground does not get written up in the major rv campground books. - Cheryl Pauley