Camping Recommendations

Page 2 of As of last fall, we are officially campers (in the RV trailer sense of the word, no tents for us). We are looking forward to getting outdoors with the ... 16 comments | 1934 Views | Go to page 1 →

  1. #16

    Join Date
    Jan 03
    Have love in your heart and an ax in your hand. Hug and swing discriminately- Jim Wendler

    Quote Originally Posted by afi100guy View Post
    We had that planned for Fall Break last year but Hurricane Matthew had different ideas.
    We rented a Yurt at the Gorge. Close to trails, different type of experience. Most importantly for kids it has a HOT TUB and CABLE TV for down time.

  2. #17

    Join Date
    Oct 01

    I forgot about the campground at Natural Bridge state park. We've stayed there a few times and always enjoyed it. There is tons of stuff to do there if your kids are into the outdoors especially. There is a primitive campground but the Middle Fork campground is for campers and RVs. Some of the sites are small, but some are really roomy. There is a creek that flows through the campground that our kids always enjoyed playing in.