Harrisonburg, Virginia Lodging and Camping
Nestled in the heart of the serene and breathtaking Shenandoah Valley, Harrisonburg offers visitors a rich historical and Cultural experience, a plethora of ethnic dining options, and an abundance of outdoor activities. It’s here you can relax with your activity of choice, whether it be sipping on locally-made beer and wine, digging into farm-fresh dishes, scooping up tickets to see the area’s performing artists, or renting a bike to tour the city’s picturesque landscape and acclaimed trails all during your trip to Harrisonburg.
Harrisonburg is also known for its vibrant downtown; the first designated Arts & Cultural District and the first Culinary District in Virginia. This 10-block walk is rich in Civil War History, iconic 19th century architecture, bike-friendly streets, family-friendly museums, innovative foodie spots, and trendy locally-owned shops. It also lures visitors and residents alike with buzz-worthy festivals and events, including a summer film and music series, weekly live music performances, biannual Taste of Downtown week, and numerous beer, wine and music festivals.
Harrisonburg / Shenandoah Valley KOA Campground
12480 Mountain Valley Road
Broadway, VA 22815
This KOA is in the heart of Shenandoah Valley. It's an easy on/off I-81 Exit 257, 4 miles from the interstate. You'll find big-rig friendly pull thru sites, Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins and tenting. Cable TV is available on select sites. Enjoy warm days/cool nights at the base of Massanutten Mtn. It's a short drive to wineries, Civil War Battlefields and Skyline Drive. Relax by the pool, fish in the pond or hike the trail into George Washington National Forest. Enjoy the dog playground, free mini golf, Ping-Pong, horseshoes, tetherball and more. Weekends in season, enjoy "HEY" rides, ice cream socials, movies under the stars, themed weekends, breakfast served alfresco and pizza delivered to your site!Limited services in off-season. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 85 feet. Your hosts: the Hucul family.
A short drive brings you to Skyline Drive, wineries, antiques, caverns, Civil War battlefields, canoeing, Massanutten Ski Resort/Indoor Water Park and James Madison University. We have a primitive tent section with sites away from everything, a large group tenting area and a family tenting section near the pool, playground and facilities. Our Camping Cabins offer air conditioning/heat, dorm fridge and a microwave to offer you a chance to kick back and relax in a comfortable, yet rustic atmosphere. Our Deluxe Cabins can only be described as Glamping, with cable TV, full bath, kitchenette, gas and charcoal grills and two separate bedrooms! Stay connected with friends and family with WI-FI. We have a full service camp store, fresh pizza made to order and delivered to your site, ATM machine, propane, firewood, 24-hour laundry, and immaculate bathrooms.