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Latest Virginia RV Park / Campground Reviews
Newport News Park Campground
Reviewer : Steve Taylor
From : Newport News, VA
Date of review : September 23, 2009
Rating : 9
Date of stay : 9/2009
Newport News campground is an outstanding place to stay. My wife and I average about 55 days a year for several years at NNP. The sites are spacious and heavily treed. The down side of the many trees is the difficulty if getting a satellite shot. With experience you can request the sites where you can get line of sight. I stay in B28, B30, and B32. These sites still require a portable dish and a couple hundred feet of coax. I get Direct TV with local channels.

There are many sites with views of the wonderful lake. There are many miles of bike and hiking trails and plentiful wildlife; the beaver are my favorite.

What keeps NNP from being a 10 is the lack of sewer and cable at the site. These is a wonderful city owned park, please check it out.

Anvil Campground
Reviewer : jayme
From : anvil campground
Date of review : August 28, 2009
Rating : 0
Date of stay : 6/2009
the Anvil Campground site: 1. There are very loud TRAINS that keep you up all night, running right along the campground property.
2. There are two highways running along both sides of the campground. One right along the campground property and the other along the train tracks. Very noisy.
3. The bathroom doors are kept open so you have no privacy when you try to shower. I did not shower in the bathroom because of this lack of privacy.
4. There was no soap in the bathroom when you needed it. The bathrooms where not very clean. They did not accommodate for the campers who need showers.
5. The campground managers offer no politeness or hospitality at all. You do not even get a friendly smile back when you smile. You say hello and they brush you off. I found them to be rude and offensive.
6. Information that they give is miss leading and incomplete. They offer nothing in communicating with the campers.
7. The buses are public and take you to every stop around town before your stop. Then you have to change buses to do it all over again.
8. The pool is very small and closes at 9:00 pm.
9. Congested campsites and they do not give you the site you asked for when making reservations.
10. Arcade games where broken or ate your money.
11. Anvil campground power washes the walk and leaves you without water and without warning. Nice when you are already in the shower full of soap.
Surprise no water!