Creekside Campground

108 Palmyra Road, Edinburg, Virginia
RV Park
12 reviews


Daily: $34-$36 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Dump Station
  • Fishing
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 08/10/17 to 08/14/17

“Absolutely Perfect!”

Stayed at lot 14.  Perfect view and the tranquility of the creek.  Definitely will stay again!  Clean shower and bathroom.

“Sweet little campground”

Stayed here one night and it's a great, safe campground.  Clean bathroom. And the wifi works! We will pass through here again.  

“Not good for big rigs. ”

A little difficult to find.  But if you remember to head east from I-81 you will pick up signs that lead you to the park.  Staff very friendly and even tried to get the cable box working but it would not.  Dish did get a few channels.  Sites are sizable once you get onto it but lots of trees you have to back around.  Lack of cable and difficulty of getting onto the site give this park the rating of 3 stars.  We stayed in park on 4/27/2017.
Stayed: 04/04/17 to 04/07/17

“his is a nice little park and a minimalist park”

We stayed three nights in early April.  Check-in was fine.  This is a nice little park and a minimalist park, no park map, no documented rules, no helpful TV guide, etc.  But a couple guys working here did help me get into my site by making sure I didn’t hit anything.  I don’t think they normally do this though.  All the sites are gravel and we had a site that backed up to a river.  It was a tight site that was “awning-to-awning” but with some grass, a picnic table and a fire ring.  The campground is not satellite friendly at all, and the cable TV was terrible.  Only a few channels and they were obscure channels too. The FHU's were fine and the Wi-Fi was very good (fast).  Overall, it’s a small park on a river and is pretty much filled half full with "seasonal" RV's (local workers).   It’s a bit of a challenge to get to the park too, but we'll marked along the route.  DON’T follow your GPS directions, follow directions on their website!  Walking distance to the small quaint town of Edinburg.  This is a big rig friendly park, but only if you feel comfortable driving on narrow roads to get there and parking in narrow sites.  There is plenty of room to maneuver into your site though once you get here.

I would stay again.
Stayed: 05/04/16 to 05/05/16

“Delightful spot”

Camped here for the night and thoroughly enjoyed being by the creek and listening to the water. The ducks and geese were such fun to watch. It's a small campground but after staying in much larger campgrounds it offered a welcomed change. Level sites,clean bathrooms and showers. Wish we could have stayed another day.   

“Great campground on a creek”

Only here for 1 night but enjoyed it.  Bathrooms were clean.  Sounds of flowing water is awesome and peaceful.  


Small camp ground by a stream.  You can tell lots of love go's into this camp,  with lanterns for lights on the trees.
Very nice staff.  Ran out of T paper she was kind enough to give us a roll.  Now that's what I call first class.  

“Hidden Treasure ”

We stay here when we travel between TN and NJ. Its easy to navigate your rig in and out. Its super quiet and a great place just to relax. We took our dogs for a run along Water Street that runs parallel to creek. Edinburgh also is an ATV friendly town! Its a win win.
Stayed: 07/20/15 to 07/21/15

“Cozy campground”

It's a small, older campground.  Everything is gravel, but there is a lot of dirt which makes it muddy after rain.  Everything works perfectly.  Not enough grassy area for dog walking.  It was just fine for a one night stay.

“Wonderful little RV park”

Quiet, peaceful, level gravel pads, clean showers and toilets, friendly staff. Reasonable rates.Thoroughly enjoyed our one night stay.

We've been here a few nights and love it. William is friendly and helpful. The ducks keep you company. Most campers have a dog. Bath house is nice. They serve coffee around 8 with a round table bs session if you want. Good times here and we'll be back 
Stayed: 08/08/14 to 08/10/14

“Great Small Park”

We stopped here for 2 nights, nice shady park, half the sites backup to the creek, quite place for a good rest which we did!  We visited in August with an Motorhome and a toad!

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