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Fort A.P. Hill Recreation Facility
 
Fort A.P. Hill Campground Weblink
 
Directions:  Bowling Green I-95 Exit 126

Telephone:  Lodging Office (804) 633-8335  Camping (804) 633-8219
 
Season:   All year

Reservations:  Accepted
 

Type of site 

Spaces 

Hook-ups 

Daily 

Weekly 

Monthly 

Lodge 22 Full Service - - -
Cottages 4 Full Service - - -
Cabins   Full Service - - -
RV Pads 48 W/S/E - - -

Notes: Camping $6.00 with Golden Age Passport.

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Fort Belvoir Travel Camp
 
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Directions:   From Washington D.C. (I-95 South), take the Fairfax Parkway/Backlick Road (286) exit 166 A. If  you are traveling north on I-95, take the Fort Belvoir exit 161 B. (U.S. Rt 1 - Richmond Highway) Take the Fairfax County Parkway to its end at U.S. Rt. 1 (Richmond Highway). Turn left. At the first light, on the right, is the entrance for the Tulley Gate on to Fort Belvoir

Telephone:  (703) 805-3081 
Season:   All year

Reservations:  Over the phone or in person. Up-to one year in advance with full payment. 

Type of site 

Spaces 

Hook-ups 

Daily 

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Monthly 

RV 14, Back-in, along the woods water/sewer
20/30/50 amp
cable & wifi
$40.00 - -
RV 21, Pull-through, center of park water/sewer
20/30/50 amp
cable and wifi
$45.00 - -
RV 17, Back-in, along the water water/sewer
20/30/50 amp
cable & wifi
$50.00 - -

Notes:  Welcome to the Fort Belvoir Travel Camp, open all year long, 7 days a week. With a perfect location along the shore of the Potomac River and only a 30 minute drive to DC this is the place everyone wants to be. There are 52 fully loaded 40 foot RV camping spaces available. Each camp site has a picnic table, fire ring for grilling and a perfect view of the Potomac River.  Castle Park, two fishing piers, and Accotink Wildlife Refuge hiking trails are all within walking distance from the campground. Outdoor Recreation offers additional services to include: equipment rental, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and boating.

For your convenience, the campground provides:
* All sites are 40-foot long solid concrete surfaced
* Pull-in and Back-in
* Wireless internet
* Cable TV
* Direct Sewer/Water connections on-site
* 20/30/50 amp connections
* Washers & Dryers (Coin Operation)
* Family style restroom and shower facilities
* Two fishing piers
* Castle park with playground, volleyball net and picnic areas

Outdoor Recreation Hours of Operation:
* Check-in: 1400-Close
* Check-out: Beforee 1200
* Restrooms and shower facilities: 24-hour access
* Laundry facility: 24-hour access

* Check-in is at Building 778, the main Outdoor Recreation facility at 10155 Swift Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Identification to verify eligibility and current vehichle registration is required at check-in. The ID card holder, the responsible party, must be present at each campsite throughout the stay.

* The campsites are approximately 3 miles from the Outdoor Recreation facility. The campsites are located in a pristeine area of Fort Belvoir and traffic is limited to RV campers only. Campers will be issued a gate code to access the campground. The address of the campground is 6100 Johnston Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060.

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Fort Story - Cape Henry Inn and Travel Camp

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Directions:
  Virginia Beach I-64 to VA-44E


Telephone:
(757) 422-8818

Season: All year.

Reservations: Required
 

Type of site 

Spaces 

Hook-ups 

Daily 

Weekly 

Monthly 

Rooms 86 Full Service - - -
Duplexes 5 Full Service - - -
Cabins 13 Full Service - - -
RV Sites 24 W/E - - -

Notes: Cape Henry Inn is a very popular resort on the water.  Usually filled completely from May to October, but winter months are sometimes available.   Discount on camping with Golden Age Passport.

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Fort Monroe - The Colonies Travel Park

The Colonies Campground Weblink 

Directions:
Exit I-64 at Exit 268, Mallory St., follow signs for Ft. Monroe - right  on Mellen St. (Rt-143) (changes names to Water St.) cross bridge to Ft. Monroe  gate - After gate take first left Eustis - follow Eustis (changes name to Stillwell)  to Fenwick, turn left - go past housing turn left into The Colonies just past tennis courts.

Telephone: (757) 788-4305/2384

Season: All year
 
Reservations: Accepted (up to 6 months in advance)
 

Type of site 

Spaces 

Hook-ups 

Daily 

Weekly 

Monthly 

RV Pads 13 W/S/E - - -


Note:  Winter rates $11.00  Discounts given on camping with Golden Age Pass

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Fort Eustis Travel Camp

Fort Eustis Campground Weblink 

Directions:   Newport News I-64 Exit 250A


Telephone:
  (757) 878-2610

Season:   All year

Reservations: Required
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

Cabins 5 Full Service - - -
RV/Camper Sites 25 Full Service - - -

Notes: Scheduled to open March 2001. Check before going here.

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NWS Yorktown - Cheatham Annex Recreation RV Park

Cheatham Annex Campground Weblinks 


Telephone:
(757) 887-7418

Season: All year

Reservations: Accepted
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

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Monthly

RV Sites 19 W/S/E/CTV - - -

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NAB Little Creek MWR RV Park 

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Telephone:
(757) 462-7140

Season: All year

Reservations: Call for availability
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 45 W/E - - -
Tent Sites 6 None - - -

Notes: $5.00 dump fee for nonresidents

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Quantico Marine Base - Lunga Park

Lunga Park Campground Weblink 
 

Telephone: (703) 784-5270

Season: All year

Reservations: Call for availability
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 13 W/S/E - - -
RV Sites 6 W/E - - -
Tent Sites 12 None - - -

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NSA Northwest - Stewart Memorial Campground
 
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Telephone:
(757) 421-8264

Season: 1 May - 1 Nov

Reservations: Strongly encouraged
 

Type of site

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Hook-ups

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Tent Sites 18 E - - -


* Scout camping area available at no charge
* 16 sites (10 with electricity; no water hookup)
* Water available at Comfort Station (Restrooms & showers)
* Dump station available at no charge

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USCG Training Center Yorktown Campground

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Telephone:
(757) 898-2128

Season: All year (No water Oct - Apr)

Reservations: Required
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 9 W/E - - -
Tent Sites 5 None - - -

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Langley AFB - Big Bethel Family Camping

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Directions:
The recommended way to the campground is by getting off  I-64 at exit 261A and go West on Hampton Rd. for less than one mile to  Hwy 600 or Big Bethel Rd.  Then North about 1 1/2 miles on Big Bethel   Rd to Saunders Rd.  There is a traffic light there and you can only turn left.   Turn left and go about 1/3 mile where the entrance to park is on the right  hand side of the road at a sign "Hidden Road".  The park is well indicated  but there is a curve in the road just before you get to the entrance.

When you get to the camp there is an office where registration forms are located.  You fill the form out and enclose one copy with the payment of the number of days you plan to stay in an envelope that is provided.  Deposit that envelope in a slot that is locate by the office.  Select a vacant spot and hook up.  There is water and electricity at the sites.  There is a dump station next to the office.

Telephone: (757) 764-7170/6510

Season: All year

Reservations: Accepted
 

Type of site

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Hook-ups

Daily

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Monthly

RV Sites 20 W/E - - -

Notes: Check in 1300 - 1800. Check out 1200. Stays limited to 15 days when camp is full, 90 days otherwise. Pets allowed on leash.

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FCTCLANT Dam Neck - Sea Mist Recreation Area

Sea Mist Campground Weblink 


Telephone:
(757) 444-0000

Season: All year

Reservations: Accepted
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

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RV Pads 24 W/E - - -


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