If you are looking for a great campground in the northern Shenandoah Valley, then this is the place for you. Shenandoah River State Park is open year round and is only minutes from Shenandoah National Park. Whether you are camping in an RV, tent, or cabin, there is something for everyone.
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The best part about this campground is that it is situated only a few minutes walk from the beautiful Shenandoah River. However, it is important to note that you won’t have a river view from the campsites as there a trees between the campground and the river.
- RV Sites: The campground has 32 back in sites with water and power, as well as plenty of room for your RV, tow vehicle, and even a tent or canopy.
- Cabins: The campground has nine 2-bedroom cabins with a bathroom, heating, and air conditioning. They also have four primitive camp cabins that don’t have a bathroom, heating, and air conditioning.
- Yurts: The campground also has three yurts that have one queen bed and a twin sized trundle pull out. The yurts do not have electricity or water, but water is available at the bathhouse. There is no heat or air conditioning. Each yurt has a dining table, a large wooden deck with patio tables, a picnic table and fire ring with cooking grate.
- Tent Sites: There is a separate tent-only, hike in campground with primitive sites.
This is a typical state park campground, which means there aren’t as many amenities as you’d find in a private RV resort. However, the natural beauty of the area more than makes up for it.
The campground does have laundry facilities, a bath house, and a dump station.
From the campground you can easily access the park’s 5 miles of river front, 24 miles of multi-use trails, and a wonderful nature center.
Shenandoah National Park is the highlight of this region and is only a ten minute drive away. It has a multitude of activities and is open year round. Scenic Skyline Drive runs 105 miles north and south along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park and is the only public road through the Park. It takes about three hours to travel the entire length of the Park on a clear day. Skyline Drive is generally open 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. If it’s closed due to inclement weather, you may still enter the Park on foot at one of the entrance stations or from a boundary access point. The national park also has over 500 miles of trails with several waterfalls.
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Whether you are looking for a quick get away or family vacation, you can’t go wrong with this amazing state park campground! Click here to make reservations and don’t forget to look at the map and choose the site that is best for you.
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