I picked a nice warm February day to camp here. The weather was great and I had a BOGO coupon. So I paid $33 for 2 nights. Had a great fire. Could not get the dish to work due to the heavy tree canopy but got 43 OTA channels. I asked at the office which sites had the best satellite reception. I was told that sites 15, 19 and 30 were best. Over 150 sites, they have made many improvements to the campground this year fresh gravel, frost free water spikots and wooden posts around the electric boxes so people like me won't back into them. Overall, I had a great time here.
This is my type of campground. In the woods, and you really feel like your camping. My only complaint is that the bath houses are not very convenient. Depending on what site you're at, you could potentially have to walk a long way to get to one. I wish I had noticed that they have a shooting range when I made the reservation. However, they have rentals available at a very reasonable price.
We were a little leery of these sights as most of these sights face the woods so you pull in next to the roads but I can assure you that there are plenty of spots that can accommodate a large 5th wheel or motor home and vehicle. This is a very large campground and it is located about a mile and a half once you go through the gate but it is a straight shot in from there. So don't panic. Even The lady in the office had the measurements wrong in her book for our sight size. We stayed on sight 113 and it was very large with 30/50 amp, water and sewer. These are gravel sights with paved roads. Bathrooms were located on the next row over on both sides of us and were very clean. We really liked the set up because it was a little more private. Most of the sights on this row are large sights. It was so peaceful and quite here. This is located about 8 miles from Manasses and about 20 miles to Fairfax where we parked at the Metro Station and took the train into D.C. to see Arlington National Cemetery, the monuments and used the Hop On Hop Off bus which was a great way to see the city. The Bull Run Battlefield was only about 4 miles away from the campground.