Closest campground to Monticello and UVA. Free wireless internet and free cable TV. Natural, wooded setting. Close to historical sites, Walton's Mountain Museum, Shenandoah Natl Park, as well as. Full hookup 50 and 30 amp Pull-thrus, Cabins with AC/heat, Cottages with AC/heat and bathrooms, separate tent area. Fishing pond, swimming pool, sportsfield, pedal kart rentals, Gameroom, and laundry. Pets OK, except in cabins and cottages.
Arcade/Game Room, BBQ Grills, Convenience Store, Covered Pavillion Area, Fenced Pet Area, Firewood, Forest Access, Internet Access, Laundry Facilities, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool, Restroom/Shower Facilities, TV/Satellite Service, KOA Value Kard Rewards, Military
Basketball, Bird Watching, Fishing, Hiking/Nature Trails, Horseshoes, Swimming, Volleyball
Thomas Jefferson's magnificent Monticello is a big draw here, and so is the woodsy Charlottesville KOA in the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills, where dogwoods bloom in spring and hardwoods blaze with brilliant fall colors. It's just a half hour to Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway for stunning vistas, hiking trails and cave tours. Visit Monticello, Ash Lawn-Highland (home of James Monroe) or Michie Tavern. Tour UVA campus or Walton's Mountain Museum. Try tubing and rafting on the James River, sip some wine at a local vineyard, go apple picking with the family at Carter's Mountain Orchard or enjoy a night out at one of downtown Charlottesville’s many excellent restaurants. Back at the KOA, enjoy the pool, beaver pond, sports field, and game room, or just sit back and relax and listen to the birds sing in our natural wooded setting.
From I-64, exit #121, go south on state route 20 for 8 miles. Go right (west) on county road 708/Red Hill Road for 1.5 miles. Campground entrance is on the right.
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