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5 RV Parks near Suffolk, Virginia
Nov 2018 - $50.00
This campground is located conveniently off the highway and if I’m in the area, I will stay here again.
In general this campground is a mixture of both short term and long term campers. The long term campers keep their sites clean and orderly. The sites are fairly level gravel pads that are fairly level.
In general, the campground’s facilities are really good. The owners of this campground obviously take pride in their facilities and keeping appearances up.
The bath house was clean and good working order. We purchased propane from the campground and found all the staff to be friendly and helpful.
This facility is a do over again for us. - Pigcrib
Mar 2018 - $45.00
We have stayed at Davis lakes many times and really enjoyed it. The people are friendly. It's a quiet enough campground. It's not the Ritz-Carlton, it's a campground and we enjoy our stays. So if you are looking for a happy relaxed stay pick Davis Lakes. - Gramma-gramma
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Weekly discount for a level, back-in, FHU, 50amp, gravel site with a wood deck patio. We had weak Verizon cell/internet reception that was improved with a booster. We had good DishTV satellite reception, but other sites might not because of trees. Our family stayed in two of the rental cottages and they enjoyed the lake swim area and fishing from the covered patio decks at the cottages. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Jul 2018 - $34.00
Upon check-in, the staff was most pleasant and gave us a good insight to the rules and regs of the campground. We drove to our assigned camp site and found that everything was not as "nice" as the web site depicts. We found that there was a lot of mud, and mulch debris all over the site. Didn't pay much attention to it at the time, but every time we went into our camper, we dragged this mulch stuff in and it got all over our sheets. We had to constantly sweep out our camper. We were told that all we had to do to re-enter the park was to drive up to the gate, enter our code and drive in when the gate goes up. We left for a bit on Saturday the 28th. When we returned, there was a "gate guard" sitting in a golf cart at the gate. As we slowly drove by, she asked "Can I help you?". I replied "NO THANK YOU" and attempted to get up to the key code unit. She yelled at me to "GET BACK HERE". When I backed up to see what she wanted, she commenced to give me the "3rd Degree" about who we were, were we camping there, etc. She wasn't even nice about it. When I showed her our pass, she opened the gate - I DID NOT NEED HER HELP TO OPEN THE GATE!!! The Restrooms appeared to be neat and clean. However, in the men's side, of six (6) stalls, only two (2) had toilet paper and one of these unit was plugged up with a big nasty looking mess. Went to take a shower and found the privacy door kind of falling off the hinges, to which I had to lift it up to close it. The women's side didn't fare much better. The shower stalls do not have space to leave you dry clothes, or dress without getting wet. Kind of defeats the purpose of taking a shower and putting on dry clothes. Lastly, the rain came. Our site flooded to the point we had no other option but to pack up and leave. Both my wife and I were absolutely soaked by the time we got the camper loaded and on our way. Chesapeake Campground DOES NOT GIVE REFUNDS. We WILL NOT visit this camp site again. - James3
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We ended up leaving within an hour of our arrival. We set up in a very unleval space that seemed to be crawling with every type of bug including yellow flys and hornets. We could have possibly overlooked that, except the 30 amp breaker could not handle running our 1 air conditioner. We called to see if they could move us to another spot or fix the breaker and they told us they didn't have any other spot to move us to. Since it was a 90 degree day, I asked for our money back since they couldn't accommodate us. They refused to refund my money because the last person in that site had no problem so the problem was mine. We left, found another rv campground and had no problems there, which proves their breaker was defective like I thought. Overall the park seemed to be run down and it looked like the sites had seen better days. The positive is that there was not a lot of road noise. - AZAlice
Apr 2016 - $37.00
Once inside the campground you must navigate narrow roads and tight turns to make it all the way to the back for the "pull-through" site area by "Tent Town". Paved sites are very nice, but hope it doesn't rain since the surrounding grass and mud in our case was 2"-3" lower than parking pad and filled with water quickly. The drive back takes you through a storage area that reminds one of a salvage yard. In the rules you are told they are inspected by the "health inspector" every 3 weeks so campsites should not appear to be permanent residents. This is basically ignored, plus children can be seen walking back from being dropped off by school buses. The approach from the north on US17 Business requires a tight left turn across a drawbridge then a quick left on the narrow road the campground is located on. The good, close to Norfolk and surrounding area. - Teacher's Pet
Oct 2017 - $41.00
We found this park on Allstays and thought we would give it a try even though we could not find reviews. It is well off the beaten path but only about 20 minutes from Smithfield, VA where we were headed to see family. The park is quiet and very clean with plenty of room between the sites. Most of the residents are here long term, but their sites are well kept. There is a playground for the kids and a fishing lake for those interested. They even allowed our puppy to run free near the lake provided we cleaned up after her. - Wndopdlr1
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Level private site. Small narrow entrance to site over a culvert. This might be a problem for a larger motorhome. Most sites not for big rigs. - MsLucy
Apr 2011 - $15.00
The campground is several miles by road from the excellent nature-visitors center where you can rent canoes or kayaks to paddle in the lovely cypress treed lake. Nice hiking trails, one of less than a mile between the campground and nature center. Great for nature lovers. Campground has a circular paved road with 20 dirt sites about a central bathhouse that was clean with hot showers. Several water faucets by circular road. No site E/W/S. Many trees. The attraction is the nature center,lake and trails. Very pleasant and helpful park rangers. I would stay there again in my Roadtrek B van. - 210jem
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This is a private club that allows visiting members to park overnight in an area close to the swimming pool. Call ahead for directions and approval to use the facilities. - A hitch and hop