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21 RV Parks near Sugar Grove, Virginia
Aug 2019 - $25.00
The park is very clean, very peaceful and with only 20 campsites, 8 with 30 amp and water hookup. I gave the park an average rating because it has a serious electrical issue with the 30 amp sites. The park was built in the 60's and the electrical is in dire need of being upgraded. On different occasions mainly during the day with the AC running on the area that I was in the main breaker will trip. Myself and others in the area affected by the electrical powering 4 30 amp sites went without power on several occasions for several hours. An employee with the park came out to try and fix the issue and found that the main power supply to the sites affected was only putting out 60 amps just enough to power two 30 amp sites with four connected to the main supply line. The park as in the employee's words badly needs to have the electrical upgraded to avoid outages in the future. Overall the stay was very pleasant but having the electrical issue was very upsetting to deal with. - Pokeys1
Jul 2019 - $14.00
Great hidden gem in the mountains. The Appalachian Trail and other trails is accessible from the campgrounds and the Visitors Center. - AndyT
Jul 2018 - $11.00
Outstanding stay. Camp hosts were very friendly and offered some sites to see. The nearby town was close and neat. - AndyT
Oct 2019 - $30.00
It's a long, uphill and winding road but it's worth the drive I promise. Sites all seem to be large pretty level. Lots of room between sites and plenty of privacy. 30 amp and water at the site and a dump station. Very well staffed and they couldn't be nicer. There is WiFi at the checkin station so be sure to ask for the password when you see someone. There is ZERO cell service. Even with our WeBoost we were dead. But drive 10 min down the road to Skulls Gap overlook and have full bars and a gorgeous view. There are 3 loops. We stayed in Groundhog. It was great but I would choose one of the other 2 if we return. Groundhog sits closest to the access road and even though it was lightly traveled I feel like it may have been quieter in one of the inner loops. That being said, if Groundhog is all that's available take it for sure. The campground stays damp nearly all year, I think due the elevation, so it is full of a variety of beautiful ferns and mosses. There was a state wide fire ban when we were there but the campground was not enforcing it due to the conditions that apparently only exist on that part of the mountain. What a great place! - GoWhereYouWantToGo
Oct 2018 - $28.00
We really liked this campground. This area of Virginia is very nice. The campground has large sites with plenty of room between you and your neighbors. Sites are well laid out with a nice picnic table and fire pit. Small bath houses that are dated but adequate. The camp staff were very friendly. We would stay again. - skiles
Sep 2018 - $24.00
Nature, nature, nature. Stayed at site Cotts 053 - mostly level, very wooded area with stream nearby. Great hiking, biking and very family friendly. There has been a recent local management change and the new staff is energetic, friendly (don't know what previous management was like). The bathrooms/showers were musty, but serviceable, we chose to shower in the RV though. We will be back for more than two nights... seems like a good place for a four-five day stay. - Rivers_Riders
Oct 2019 - $52.00
We stayed in Burson. Very, very nice! Beautiful drive in. Spacious, level, stoned, shaded sites. We got in late and had to leave early so didn't get to explore much, but we will be back. - Travlin Mill3rs
Sep 2019 - $45.00
Camp Burson is actually outside the park entrance. Neat, clean. We were not state residents so extra $5 for site. I felt it was a bit overpriced since we could not take advantage of our free park admission. We were warned of an extremely tight turn on the park road, not recommended for units over 30'. - MsLucy
Aug 2019 - $35.00
We've camped here multiple times and love it! It's honestly one of our favorites. The campsites are a great size, not too close to each other, but not too spread out. The camp hosts have always been great as well. Most of the campsites have a great amount of shade and the campground is generally quiet and undisturbed. Lake passes are included, and although it's a small lake, the swimming is great. There's plenty of beach space, the depths are good for kids, and overall it's great. One of the things we really love about this park though is it's small size. Because of this, you can walk everywhere and enjoy nature the whole time. I'm not a fan of having to constantly get in and out of the car, so this is a huge plus. All in all, if you can stay here, I highly recommend it. It's a small, intimate park, where you can enjoy nature and escape for a weekend or week. - Tyler Johnson
Sep 2019 - $30.00
Beautiful, very shaded campground. Things to note: Sites sit right alongside of the road that goes through the campground. Thus, you may have lights shining at night or if your picnic table is on the road side, vehicles are very close. Road up to CG is extremely twisty and or narrow much of the way. Little to no noise - very family and pet friendly. Lots of park rangers visible during our stay. Sites can be very small and nearly all are shaded/heavily shaded. There were alot of tent campers as well as TT, 5ers; not many class A. Nice camp store with a lot of fun things. - lkc4052
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Stayed here 3 nights. Great trails and activities. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful. Great views and the wild ponies were great. My dog also enjoyed the trails. Site was not the most level. The fire ring was not in a great location for my rig (too close to the camper). - ShadyBill47
Jul 2019 - $40.00
It would have gotten 5 stars but the pull up the mountain is long, steep and crooked. There were some really big rigs up there so it is very doable you just have to take your time and work your way up. The campground is an older state park with sites that can be a little challenging. We had one of the smaller pull thru sites and had to back out when we left because there were trees a little too close for comfort when you tried to make the turn back onto the camp road. It was a very easy back out though. That said the park and campground were very clean and well maintained. The trails and views are really great and there is a wild pony herd that roams the area. We had a very good trip and plan on returning in the near future. - LDW5707
Sep 2019 - $30.00
The park doesn’t have many amenities but the people running it are extremely nice. It is very well lit and feels like a nice place to stay. There are also apartments at the park and the tenants are very nice. We stayed for a week while visiting our granddaughter at Emory college and liked it. - redfish122
Sep 2018 - $20.00
There are several campsites, back to back, with 30 amp electric service and water. While there is no WiFi regular reception for Hot Spots was strong. There is a laundry room with 2 washers and 1 dryer - good price: $1.25. There is a swimming pool but the water was green and not open. There is a camp store with quite a selection of junk food. This is a nice place to stop on the road if tired for the day, but not a destination as such... not bad for the money.
Not much to do here for Labor Day weekend - no sidewalks or paths for hiking, and roads too narrow to ride bicycles. No events noticed in either Marion or Chilhowie (the 2 nearest towns). Used the time to clean the inside of the rig (bathroom and floor), defrost the frig, transfer fotos from the cell to the computer, and played games on the computer... nothing else to do... - UncleSpot
May 2016 - $20.00
Convenient place for an overnight when traveling I-81. Most sites seem to have 30 amp only. They are really 2 backing sites end to end. It would have to be fairly empty to be able to pull thru. Pay internet is available through Xfinity at $7 per day. Verizon cell service is very strong so we used that. Mostly clear of trees so satellite works well. May have some power issues as the 5th wheel next to us was plugged into our outlet with a long extension. Since nomone was home, I moved his connection to his pedestal and used our marked outlet. - glenthompson
Aug 2019 - $40.00
This place should be condemned. $10.00 was too much to pay. The first thing was the owner only accepted cash. Second the electric did not work, the owner had to do a rig job from the 50 amp to hook up for 30 amp and later I visualized that the electric situation around the grounds seem very shoddy too. Third the next morning when I walked to use the campground restroom it was permanently locked with junk around the building and in front of the doorway. Fourth the trash cans near my site were either full or partially full and smelled strong of decaying garbage. This was definitely the worst RV Campground I've ever seen especially for being charged $40. - Bogramps
Jun 2017 - $23.00
This campground is located in a beautiful pristine area of NC, on the New River. It is a vacation place, not for passers-by. One needs to stay and decompress for a few days. The campground is grassy, shaded by tall trees, with sufficient space between sites. Occasional wildlife, such as deer jumping in the water, can be seen. It is overall very peaceful. The owner and staff are very helpful and accommodating. There is a store as well as the possibility to go for tubing or other river activities, with available equipment. We stayed in a class A motorhome for 3 weeks, left for one and came back for another 3 weeks. We appreciated that they gave us the site that we had and liked the first time. Even though it wasn't a shaded site, the climate is so mild that we had to cover at night. It was so nice we didn't want to leave ! PA rates for 5 days / week (the nightly rate above), long term. OK bathhouse, no laundry facility, reasonable wifi & verizon. - AandWK
May 2016 - $23.00
Campground is in a beautiful setting right on the New River. The pull-through sites are grass with some holes and lumps in the site. It didn't take much effort to move slightly to find a level spot. The back-in sites are grass and gravel. The utilities are good. We arrived just after they opened for the season so things were still in progress.
Campground is close to Jefferson NC for shopping and Lowes. We arrived from the Blue Ridge Pkwy.
Showers were installed well but hadn't been cleaned as yet.
Kayak rentals are available for river use. WiFi is good, no AT&T service. - Nautilus
Oct 2014 - $38.00
We will camp here again. Start with 10, then -1 poor in campground signage, -1 poor campground roads, -1 poorly marked sites, -1 poorly marked/oddly spaced hookups, -1 web site says wi-fi, but only available at camp store, -1 bathhouse 1/4 mile from trailer camp, -1 too few showers/toilets,-1 wi-fi signal not dependable-tested .3 down, .1 up (megs) when working. +1 no night lighting in trailer camp. This is a unique campground. Beautiful night sky set on a wooded ridge and renting bikes @ $15 to ride trail. Very laid back guy around the store (managing or running is too strong). They prefer cash. Plenty of hot water for returning Creeper Trail riders. 6 of us rode trail while the 7th took our truck into town to return riders and bikes. Campground has bikes on demand for $15. Roads to camp are good. Roads in camp are poor and steep and narrow and begging for grading and stone. Sewer connections very difficult to find as grass grows over them. I found 3 sites with WES, there may be more. About 10 are WE. Hook up services good. Dump site is on the ridge, too. Sites are not assigned-pick your own. There is no check in procedure and no rules sheet. First priority is growing Christmas Trees. 2nd is tent camping near the store for lots of Boy Scouts and youth groups riding the trail. Third priority is trailer camping which is 1/4 mile away from camp store and tents. We did not see big rigs. Road layout allows always driving forward so if a big rig can handle the roads and hills, the campground can handle the rig. - Frank Rader
Jun 2012 - $35.00
This campground is located on the trail head of the Virginia Creeper (rails-to-trails) near the top of the mountain (3500'+ elev.). Getting there challenged our GPS as we ended up missing a critical turn and found ourselves towing our fifth wheel up a gravel, one-lane road across the ridge. Without 4-wheel drive we would not have made it. If the GPS liked us, we would have been on paved road all the way to the campground. The campground is rustic in nature and our site was on a newly cut of mountain. It overlooked the office. Check in and VERY friendly and easy - the owner is a nice, older guy. Our site was a pull through with water and electricity (thought it was 30 amp but the breakers were only 20 amps). Water pressure was low but of good quality. The site stills needs a 'finish' grade to get it more level (needed a LOT of planks to get the fiver level). It hadn't been mowed in some time making our site more of a field. The view was very nice. We were one of two campers in the whole place. So the night was very quiet and the stars were out in full force. Used the fire ring for S'mores. Leaving the next day, the exit road was very rutty and it was a slow go. Overall, this campground is perfectly placed for Virginia Creeping. It's not really close to anything else, so pack in whatever you need. The campground need some TLC and grooming but it will do for a night. Little pricey at $35.00/nite but there's no close competition so c'est la vie. - Owlet