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Old 12-18-2010, 12:07 PM   #1
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Year round camping near Harrisonburg VA?

Anyone know of a year round campground close to Harrisonburg VA? Thanks is advance.
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Old 12-18-2010, 02:47 PM   #2
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It's three hours away from here. Come stay with us!

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Old 12-18-2010, 04:05 PM   #3
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That's up in the mountains - most places close around October and reopen in April. Virginia Beach is five hours+ away. It was in the 20's last week and early this week. Today is a heat wave, got up to 45.

Our campgrounds are open, but I doubt you'll find anything but a mobile home park open in the Appalacian mountains. It's dry camping if you do.

What is bringing you to Virginia in this weather?


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Old 12-18-2010, 06:44 PM   #4
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Depending on what you mean by "close" there is "Creekside" in Edinburg, VA about 30ish minutes north, I think they are open year round, nice bath house, etc... If your looking for something closer and depending on what you need, full, w/e, e, bathhouse, etc... I may know of a place in New Market, VA three exits north of H-burg. If you would like to PM me, we can get on the phone and chat. You can also check Endless Caverns they have a CC and there's a KOA in that area.

Let me know,
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Yes, Endless Caverns RV Resort (owned by Morgan Resorts) is open year-round. I think some of their services may be limited in the winter, but it is a personal favorite of ours. The sites are nicely spaced, and they are terraced up a hillside. A lovely spot! Oh, and it is about 20 minutes north of Harrisonburg off I-81.
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Its not looking good on finding a campground, so for the first time in 5 years I will be in a stick home instead of the AS.
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Well, if you haven't made up your mind for sure yet, here's another option:

Stoney Creek Resort - Lakeside Camping and RV Park

It's off of I-81 (Exit 213). We stayed there in our Safari while we were house hunting in Staunton.

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Well, if you haven't made up your mind for sure yet, here's another option:

Stoney Creek Resort - Lakeside Camping and RV Park

It's off of I-81 (Exit 213). We stayed there in our Safari while we were house hunting in Staunton.

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The place looks nice enough, but it is 40 miles each way into town, which on reflection, is a lot of driving and diesel over the course of a semester.
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