Bull Run Regional Park Campground
Centreville, Virginia. Bull Run Regional Park's campground features 150 shaded campsites, a camp store, mini golf, disc golf, playground, trails and an outdoor pool.
Reservations: (703) 631-0550.
Burke Lake Park
Fairfax Station, Virginia. Burke Lake Park is popular for fishing on its 218 acre lake. Amenities at the park include a miniature train, a carousel, volleyball courts, an 18-hole par 3 golf course, clubhouse with snack bar and driving range, disk golf, horse shoe pits, an ice cream parlor, picnic areas, playgrounds, trails, an amphitheater, and a miniature golf course. The campground includes 100 wooded campsites. Reservations: (703) 323-6600.
Pohick Bay Regional Park
Lorton, Virginia. This beautiful park is just 22 miles from Washington, DC. The campground has 150 campsites. There is a lake with boating and fishing, an outdoor swimming pool, miniature golf, hiking trails and picnic shelters.
Shenandoah National Park
Luray, Virginia. For breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a wide selection of outdoor recreation opportunities, head to Shenandoah National Park. Five campgrounds are located within the park. Cabins are also available. Reservations: (540) 999-3500. See also, my Visitor’s Guide to Shenandoah National Park.
Westmoreland State Park
Montross, Virginia. Westmoreland State Park extends about one and a half miles along the Potomac River and boasts spectacular views from the park’s Horsehead Cliffs. Activities include hiking, saltwater fishing, boating and swimming. Campground includes 133 campsites. Cabins are also available. Reservations: (800) 933-7275.
For information on campgrounds in Maryland, see page 1