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14 RV Parks near Wytheville, Virginia
Aug 2019 - $39.00
We really enjoyed the time spent here for our 5 day stay. Having our grandson, made for an enjoyable time while also enjoying the water slides, arcade, swimming pool, putt putt course. There was much more to do here as well. I would recommend this RV resort to anyone wanting a very family friendly atmosphere for a great affordable price! - Todds
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Although this is a nice park with game room and pool, it was too far off interstate for us. It was well off the beaten path if just looking for a quick on and off type stay. Otherwise it is nice park and they gave the PA discount. Downside is that if you have your own golf cart, you cannot use it. They require you to rent from them. They charge $60/day with two day minimum. Not really fair. They do have a nice game room for kids as well as nice pool that includes tunnel slides. Although it is located in a rolling hill campground, note that getting there requires a steep downgrade at some point. The downgrade is not very long but does require steep "upgrade" going back. We would return again. - WVnewbee
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Nice setting with all the amenities: pools, mini golf, game room, laundry, etc., but minimally maintained. Not as nice as the photos.
Kids everywhere. Park is used as a field trip destination for local daycares and schools. - WendyJayne
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
Jul 2016 - $35.00
A major, mechanical break-down on I-77 turned us into temporary full-time residents at the Carrollwood RV Park, waiting for a new axle and related parts. Their weekly rate is $108 with a monthly rate of $300 (plus tax).
The CG is a grassy, hill-side knoll with back-in, pull-thru, and tent sites but none of them are very long. The CG was built back in the days when a "big rig" was a 30' travel trailer. Parking our 40' fiver was tricky. Big coaches and Prevosts need not bother. Sites are uneven grass, not very level, varying from basic, no utilities, up to FHU-30/50. Lots of tall, old growth trees and narrow, gravel-and-dirt roads in the park. Asphalt roads from the entrance to the office. There are cabins for rent. Office is usually closed but there is a phone number to the camp host. Office has some soft-drinks and snacks and a few RVing necessities. Two ponds offer fisherpersons their happy time. No pool/spa or other amenities. A very old, open-air barn is rented out for parties, weddings, and the like. I inspected the men's restroom/showers and would not use them. Ex-laundry room is now a storage locker. - StephenK
Jun 2010 - $23.00
This was our first time in our new Montana and the first time in an RV camp ground. Has the nicest and most helpful owners. He guided us to our level site and helped with the hook ups. It is a quiet, beautiful and peaceful area. We would return. - Frances Ann
Jun 2010 - $28.00
This park was cooler than the other areas we visited in the east. Lots of nice pine trees. Very tight narrow turn by office to get to sites. Big rigs and motor homes with toads would have great difficulty. We had to back up a few times to get into that narrow road. Not much room to swing around to get in straight. The park has NO water pressure. You would have trouble taking a shower or doing anything with water. Mentioned to office lady and she said they had 35 pounds of water pressure. Most RV parks have more than that! All we got was a very small stream out of the faucets. - dustytuu
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
Jul 2019 - $35.00
A gem of a state park. There are three campgrounds at Hungry Mother. Creekside is the original RV campground. A second one, Burson, was built to help with the large number of campers. Burson is located at the beginning of the park. The lake is close by but not visible. A third one, Oak something, is for tent campers only. Creekside has sites that are literally beside the creek. We stayed in 12. Our grandsons could run down the camper steps and be in the creek in five paces. It was beautiful and shady. In fact, our towels never dried out because there was so much shade! The downside of the location was that many of the children in the campground traipsed through our campsite to access the creek. Including an entire troop of boy scouts! Creekside is small and tight. We unhooked our tow vehicle to make it easier to park our 30 foot motorhome, but it was still tight. And we parked the Jeep between a tree and a large rock with six inches to spare on each side. Hungry Mother has a beautiful mountain lake. They rent kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats. There is a beach with lifeguards. They have lots of nice trails. There is a restaurant open Wed - Sun. We had a lovely time and would go back in a heartbeat! - GordonsvilleGal