Come play frisbee golf!

As our campers know, we're always hard at work bringing new and exciting things to our park. One of the things that's been in the works for a couple years is disc golf, and we're pleased to announce our course is now up and available to play!

Stop by our office to borrow or purchase discs, or bring your own!

We're Hiring!

2017 is kicking off with a bang! We're much busier than anticipated (and what a great problem to have, right?) and we're seeking housekeepers, front desk clerks, and a utility worker to help out with light maintenance around our park.

These positions are seasonal, which means they all pretty much end in November, but in the meantime we try to create a fun atmosphere. Our campers are friendly, the work can be a lot of fun, and there's nothing that quite beats driving around in the golf car in the evening, delivering wood and looking at all the campfires burning.

Visit our employment page for more information.

Why leave your firewood at home?

I just had an interesting phone call with a camper who understands that we ask you folks not to bring firewood on the park and has heard of the pests we are trying to avoid but was hopeful that we would allow them to bring it because they'll be traveling from within the state of Virginia.

The answer, unfortunately, is no.

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services actually has our area under a firewood ban, meaning that no wood is to be brought into our part of the state from other areas, including regions within Virginia. This rule is in place due to the European Gypsy Moth quarantine, but there are numerous other insects and diseases that can be transported on your wood of which you might not be aware. 

If you bring wood into the state and national parks, it'll be confiscated and you might be fined. Compared to that, I think asking you simply not to bring it is pretty simple.

We do have firewood available for sale in our store and we don't charge much for what you get (and we deliver!). But please, leave your own wood at home, where it belongs, even if you're just driving up the road.

Our phones are down...

Our phones have gone down due to a thunderstorm, so if you have trouble calling us, that's why.

That said, we are STILL open, STILL have electricity, and you can STILL make a reservation online.

The phone company hopes to have our service restored tomorrow, Sunday, August 7. We'll let you know when that happens.

July 4th is almost here!

July 4th is almost here!

When I was a kid, the town I lived in would shut everything down on July 4th and have a giant party. There would be races, contests, food. The circus would come to town. And in the evening, we would all gather downtown in the park and watch a fireworks show together on blankets, ooh-ing and ahh-ing at the amazing display overhead.

We've got a new site!

We've got a new site!

What else has changed around our park that you might not have realized? How about the fact that we're now serving our campers better with a brand-new honey wagon? You can speak with one of our friendly front-desk staffers to set up a visit by the honey wagon and someone will come by promptly at your appointment time to empty your tanks. Your cost? Only $15. With the savings you'll make staying on a site without sewer, that $15 is a drop in the bucket, right?