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    Directions

    From Richmond, VA, take Rt. 360 East through Burgess, then turn left on the Sunny Bank Road, follow for 2 miles then turn right on Campground Road to the Campground at Reedville. Driving time From Mechanicsville approximately 1 hr. and 30 minutes.

    From Washington, DC, follow Rt. 95 South to Fredericksburg, then Rt. 3 East through Montross, turn left on Rt. 202 to Callao. Rt. 202 ends at Callao and becomes Rt. 360 which you will follow through Burgess. Turn left on the Sunny Bank Road, follow for 2 miles then turn right on Campground Road to the Campground at Reedville. Driving time approximately 2 hrs. 30 minutes.

    From Baltimore, MD, follow Rt. 97 South to Rt. 301 South across the Potomac River Bridge. Take a left on Rt. 3 East through Montross, turn left on Rt. 202 to Callao. Rt. 202 ends at Callao and becomes Rt. 360 which you will follow through Burgess. Turn left on the Sunny Bank Road, follow for 2 miles then turn right on Campground Road to the Campground at Reedville. Driving time approximately 3 hrs.

    From Norfolk, VA, follow Rt. 17 North through Tappahannock, turn right on Rt. 360 East through Burgess. Turn left on the Sunny Bank Road, follow for 2 miles then turn right on Campground Road to the Campground at Reedville. Driving time from Hampton Roads Tunnel approximately 2 hrs. and 30 minutes.
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    Amenities

    Onsite

    • Full Hookups
    • Pull Thru Available
    • Pets Welcome
    • Laundry
    • Accom Big Rigs
    • 50 Amp Available
    • Tent Sites Available
    • River
    • Sewer Hookups
    • Picnic Area
    • Courtesy Dock
    • ADA Accessible
    • Phone
    • Lodging - Other
    • Family Park
    • Monthly Rates
    • Credit Crd Accepted
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    Nearby

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    Recreation

    Onsite

    • Pool
    • Boat Ramp
    • Boat Rentals
    • Biking - Road
    • Billiards
    • Bird Watching
    • Boating - Limited
    • Miniature Golf
    • Swimming
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    Nearby

    • Beach
    • Entertainment
    • Fishing
    • Scenic Driving
    • Sightseeing
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    A minusOverall Rating
    06/14/2016

    Don't ever go here!!

    DO NOT GO HERE!! The business owners have no conscious--they outright lie about their services. After reading really scary and horrible reviews I didn't stay despite having a cabin reservation (so lost my reservation $$) but did ask about the boat to Smith Island, and the lady said it ran every weekend. I arrived to get the boat on Saturday, and she said it was out for an inspection. Learned a few minutes later, from the staff at the Tangier Island ferry that the boat was shut down FOUR years ago by the Coast Guard, but they continue to lie, even making people pay and then wait for a boat that never comes. They also kick people out of the campground and an RV was staying at the Tangier ferry parking lot because they were kicked out with nowhere to go. There were endless stories from the ferry staff about people having their cars beat on with brooms and such, and how many people get kicked out. KOA pulled their franchise years and years ago, too. So glad I didn't stay, it was super sketchy.
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