Roanoke - campsite and camper parking - cheap camping

Where to spend night in Roanoke - Keegan Curry travel guide?

If you love camping and want to stay in your tent around the Roanoke stay focused on the following things. Make sure that your destination campground is equipped with flush toilet.

Campsite must have in the Roanoke

In the neighborhood of the Roanoke you can find Chantilly Farm Camping and RV Park located at 2697 Franklin Pike SE, Floyd, VA 24091, United States with is 20.62 km away from Goose Point Park located at 4780 Goose Point Rd, Bassett, VA 24055, United States. Please contact with Malia Molina if you have any trouble with your stay.

Best campings in Roanoke 

The closest campsites are a few miles from downtown which is just a few blocks away.There are plenty of nice camping places near the park that you could camp at, but if you go the distance just look to where they have showers.

In addition there are numerous picnic areas along the trails.Camping in Roanoke is cheap and easy.

You can camp anywhere along the Roanoke river or at a place nearby. The most important thing to consider is how much privacy you need. Roanoke has an excellent riverfront.

It doesn't have a lot of buildings near the park but it has some of them, so the city park is where it counts. Campgrounds can be very crowded so you need to plan for it . Make certain that your location is as far away from the road as possible.

There are many places to camp for free, but you can also make some money by parking.Campfires are available for you to enjoy or you can camp in a public area, but be aware that there is no fire ring.

The best way to burn a good camp fire when you are on the Roanoke river is to go out to a nice, sunny location.

Roanoke has a large, wide variety of wood, wood chips, and even grass. You don't need firewood to enjoy your camping. Campfires are also convenient for your camping gear, you don't need to spend a lot of money to cook a meal in your tent.

In addition, the riverfront area is great for canoeing and walking. You don't need to worry about water quality or pollution.There is also a lot more to camp in Roanoke than what is listed here, but that's where our list ends.

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My friend who is stock clerk was traveling with us to the campsite. His name was Ezra Vincent and every brother in the area knows that tent is must have if you come to Roanoke at Chantilly Farm Camping and RV Park. 

Now our RV is a home like no other. It is time for my first update on the new location of our campsite. It is called Chantilly Farm. It is located in Chantilly Virginia.

It is the home of Chantilly Farms RV park and Campground. We are back in Virginia. We left Georgia on May 29th 2008 and we are back in Virginia on June 5th 2008. We are back and we are tired.

We had a pleasant drive with the help of the weather. It was a warm weekend. We did a lot of talking about the drive but little driving. Our first night in Virginia was in the RV park of the Chantilly Farm Campground and RV Park.

I'm going to start working more on our trip report by using this section called Travel Log. Here is what happened on our first night We were about four miles from the campground and the air was filled with the smell of manure.

It didn't bother us really but we didn't know the Chantilly Farm would be the setting where our trip is ending. It is a beautiful place. It had a lot of beautiful sites for pics and what not.

I think you could take a really long walk in the woods near the campground too. We arrived at the campground around 11am and the park attendant was so nice to us.

We only had to pay a $5.00 parking fee for one day. There were only a few RV's and tent campers there. We had to be the first to arrive since it was a holiday. Since we just started the trip we would just take it day by day.

We didn't arrive to this park at first but rather in the town next to it. The road to the park is not paved the whole way through. The road is only paved for several hundred feet to park where you can leave and exit the park.

The road is about a half a mile paved but is covered with grass and bushes so you have to keep your eye on the vehicle.

There also is some construction work coming. The signs to the campground were a little tough to see at first so we took the long way through the woods.

At one point we almost crashed into a tree with the trailer! Thank God it all turned out good and the car ended up turning the front wheel in to the tree. 

Dixie Caverns

5753 W Main St, Salem, VA 24153, United States

GPS : 37.252215, -80.175116

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Smith Mountain Lake State Park

1235 Rd 888, Huddleston, VA 24104, United States

GPS : 37.0875751, -79.5968506

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Craig Creek Recreation Area

New Castle, VA 24127, United States

GPS : 37.613556, -79.960304

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Eagle's Roost

15335 Smith Mountain Lake Pkwy, Huddleston, VA 24104, United States

GPS : 37.0710556, -79.5808485

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The Pines Campground

New Castle, VA 24127, United States

GPS : 37.6050463, -80.0754886

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North Creek Campground

2252-, 2658 N Creek Rd, Buchanan, VA 24066, United States

GPS : 37.5418583, -79.5834478

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Chantilly Farm Camping and RV Park

2697 Franklin Pike SE, Floyd, VA 24091, United States

GPS : 36.9329714, -80.2258909

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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park of Natural Bridge

16 Recreation Ln, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579, United States

GPS : 37.612474, -79.486964

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Natural Bridge / Lexington KOA Holiday

214 Killdeer Ln, Natural Bridge, VA 24578, United States

GPS : 37.6790051, -79.5087265

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New River Junction

2591 Big Falls Rd, Blacksburg, VA 24060, United States

GPS : 37.2349, -80.6096

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Goose Point Park

4780 Goose Point Rd, Bassett, VA 24055, United States

GPS : 36.8044522, -80.0587272

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Lynchburg NW / Blue Ridge Parkway KOA

6252 Elon Rd, Monroe, VA 24574, United States

GPS : 37.573623, -79.3257

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Camp Karma

2056 State Rte 805, Bedford, VA 24523, United States

GPS : 37.1907706, -79.5652792

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Moncove Lake State Park

County Road 4, Gap Mills, WV 24941, United States

GPS : 37.6217701, -80.3529625

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Lamberts Meadow Shelter

Troutville, VA 24175, United States

GPS : 37.4346574, -79.9875659

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Blue Ridge Mountain Scout Shop

2131 Valley View Blvd NW, Roanoke, VA 24012, United States

GPS : 37.3110429, -79.9644622

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Salthouse Branch Park

630 Salthouse Branch Rd, Henry, VA 24102, United States

GPS : 36.813545, -80.038748

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Fancy Gap / Blue Ridge Parkway KOA

47 Fox Trl Lp, Fancy Gap, VA 24328, United States

GPS : 36.665588, -80.697357

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Camping on the Battenkill

48 Camping on the Battenkill, Arlington, VT 05250, United States

GPS : 43.0839712, -73.1455666

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Horseshoe Point Park

3950 Horseshoe Point Rd, Henry, VA 24102, United States

GPS : 36.8300583, -80.0622305

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