|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$29.00 - $40.00|
We are local and brought our new RV for the weekend while our son was camping with Boy Scouts at the primitive area. Great facility, reasonable cost. No sewer, but great bathhouse, great hiking and biking. Pets welcome. Will definitely come back for some R&R.
Nice secluded park on the grounds of a historic Civil War battle. There are still trenches and breastworks visible within the campground. Lots of trees makes for lots of leaves on the ground in the winter, especially when wet. I suggest you bring a rake. Not all sites are level. Can't beat the price for the area.
The Park office was under construction (about finished) but they had an office trailer around back. Easy check in, nice people, clean park. We camped in the B area backed up to the lake. Small store in the end of the trailer. The only bad was the men's shower was being redone. Not really a problem with the 5er. Overall nice place, an hour or less drive to the ocean or Williamsburg. Lots to do and plenty of restaurants if you wanted to partake.
One of the largest municipal parks in the country, this magnificent 8,000 acre-oasis is home to an incredible variety of native wildlife - deer, foxes, otter, raccoon and beaver, to name a few - all found in a natural setting of lush woodlands, flowering meadows and shimmering lakes. Its unique natural beauty makes Newport News Park a favorite destination for campers who love the great outdoors - and the convenience of being just moments away from the multitude of activities and attractions the surrounding area provides. Our 188 campsites are spaciously arranged throughout natural woodlands and are surrounded by many comforts of home including: -Electrical and water hookups -Heated showers and flush toilets -Paved roadways and parking pads -Picnic tables, grills and playgrounds -Laundry facilities -A camper store for food and supplies -24-hour security throughout the Parks and Recreation -Centralized sewage disposal station