Virginia is home to more than 800 campgrounds, and almost all of them are located in the state’s scenic and serene national parks, state parks, and forest reserves. Many rv parks in Virginia also have cabins and yurts available for rent.
If you’re not up for a long drive, or just don’t have time for it, you should consider staying at one of the many RV campsites near the Catoctin or Shenandoah National Park – both of which are about an hour from DC. There are plenty of other things to see and do in this area as well. From whitewater rafting to hiking trails and even wineries, there is something for everyone!