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Although Virginia' tourism bureau has tried to find a new motto, what could describe camping in Virginia any better than the phrase "Virginia is for Lovers." The state is a four-season destination offering the best of the mountains and beaches, thus making beaching camping in Virginia a delight.
RV parks in Virginia may offer you a surprise as many are located in beautiful horse country. Horseback-riding trails stretch through hunt country and meander through woodlands and along the beach. There's also polo, steeplechase and track racing. And there are other types of racing. The state is NASCAR country, with several major racetracks
RV parks in Virginia may offer you a surprise as many are located in beautiful horse country. Horseback-riding trails stretch through hunt country and meander through woodlands and along the beach. There's also polo, steeplechase and track racing. And there are other types of racing. The state is NASCAR country, with several major racetracks located near RV parks in Virginia. Watch everything from demolition derbies to Grand Prix.
Virginia is not only for lovers, it's also family friendly. Go camping in Virginia near the Eastern shore and visit the Chincoteague Pony Center. Travel to the Blue Ridge Highlands, enjoy the incredible beauty of your drive, and visit exhibits of traditional life such as old-time musical instrument making, folk toys and carvings.
Make sure you bring your camera while visiting RV parks in Virginia. No matter the season, tour one of the many underground caverns with their year-round moderate temperatures. Covered bridges are fun to explore and five of them in Virginia are preserved as landmarks on public property. And if you're visiting in the spring and fall, the mountains are painted in spectacular fall colors or dotted with spring flowers. Speaking of mountains, the Blue Ridge and Allegheny are subranges of the Appalachian chain, so you can also take a walk on the Appalachian Trail. These mountains also provide the venue for snowboarding and snowtubing slopes as well as downhill and cross country while camping in Virginia during all seasons.
Just add water to your experience while beach camping in Virginia. With 500 miles of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, there's plenty of room to spread your beach blanket. You can also surf or snorkel or go on a dolphin and whale watching boat trip. Go deep sea fishing in your own boat or one of the many charters. Try fly fishing for that trophy trout while parked at one of the RV parks in Virginia. Time your vacation during the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival in April.
If you're looking for something a little more cosmopolitan, then head to one of Virginia's cities, many of which combine hundreds of years of history and the latest in fine dining and shopping: Chesapeake, Charlottesville, Richmond, Virginia Beach, and Norfolk. For centuries of history, visit Colonial America at Williamsburg and Jamestown.
Whether you're beach camping in Virginia, parked high in the mountains, or camping adjacent to one of the state's exciting cities, you'll fall in love with Virginia.