VA_Staunton 2019-12-05T16:47:21-05:00

Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA, Staunton, VA

Park Review (out of 10.0)


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Park Info                                                 Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA

                                                             484 Walnut Hills Rd, Staunton, VA 24401

                                                             Latitude: 38.047837 (38° 2′ 52.2132” N)

                                                             Longitude: -79.101423 (79° 6′ 5.1228” W)



                                                             OPEN  – All Year

Date(s) of Stay                                       July 19-20, 2016

Facilities                                                 30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable, wifi

                                                             Pool, playground, large fenced-in dog area

                                                             Lake (for fishing)

                                                             Restrooms with showers & laundry room

                                                             Over 100 RV sites, cabins, and tent areas

Daily RV Rates                                        $36 – $55 – depending on the season and spot

Rate Discounts for                                 KOA Discount. Weekly & monthly rates available. 

Big Rig Friendly?                                    Yes


Just a few miles from I-81.


Spoiler Alert: We really liked this park. Having arrived early in the afternoon and having left late the next morning, we wished we could have stayed longer than just one night.

The RV sites in this campground are in three different areas: a parking lot like area, with pull-through and back-in sites but no sewer, which is where we were; then a beautiful lake area; and finally an overview area, also with pull-through and back-in spots.

It is a lovely park to walk through — large, quiet, picturesque. We saw several mama ducks with their babies in tow, so considering I-81 is just miles away, the park definitely made us feel like we had some space to breathe and the quiet to enjoy it.

On the downside, the wifi was poor, even though it was a Tuesday night and the park was not crowded. But our Verizon hotspot worked just fine.

The location is convenient to quite a few historical attractions, including Woodrow Wilson’s Presidential Library (9 miles), Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello (39 miles), and Ash Lawn, which is James Monroe’s home (41 miles). We’ve been to Monticello and Ash Lawn, which are of course completely worth touring, but unfortunately not Wilson’s Presidential Library. We’ll have to do that next time!