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Lynchburg RV Resort is in central Virginia near Gladys. Lynchburg is only about half an hour's drive north of the campground, and Richmond is approximately two hours' drive east, near the Atlantic coast. The campground is situated on the shore of Grandview Lake. It offers many water sports opportunities, including water skiing, swimming, boating, and fishing. Some of the most beautiful parks are also just a short drive away, and if you stay here during the summer, you will have many outdoor activities to choose from, like hiking, bicycling, and picnicking.
When you are camping at Lynchburg RV Resort, you can choose a site with full hookups or a primitive tent camping site. There are waterfront sites available, and every site has a picnic table and a fire ring. You'll also have access to the resort's camp store, laundry room, restrooms, and showers. Other great amenities here include a restaurant, a clubhouse, a banquet hall, WiFi, and a business center. This family-friendly Lynchburg RV park also has playgrounds, horseshoes, mini-golf, shuffleboard, and sports courts for basketball, volleyball, and tennis.
On hot summer days, you can relax by the pool or lake, or at the canal nearby. For those who like active vacations, there are hiking and biking trails close by, and many opportunities for backpacking and exploring.
George Washington and Jefferson National Forest is only about 90 minutes' drive west of the RV resort. This beautiful forest in the Appalachian Mountains covers almost 1.8 million acres of land and is habitat to many species of animals and plants. There are over 2,000 miles of trails in the forest, including a 300-mile section of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The forest also has about 1,700 miles of roads perfect for scenic driving. One of the most beautiful trails for mountain biking is the Virginia Creeper Trail, where you can enjoy amazing scenic views while exploring. One of the most popular parts of the forest is the Cascade Day Use Area, where you can have a nice picnic, go hiking, or visit the 66-foot Cascade Falls.
Shenandoah National Park is within reach, too, about two hours' drive north of Lynchburg RV Resort. This is one of the best hiking destinations in Virginia, with scenic views of forests, waterfalls, and hollows. Here you will find over 500 miles of trails ideal for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, including a section of the Appalachian Trail. In the forest, you will find over 70 streams, where you can enjoy trout fishing. Other activities available here are rock climbing, camping, and nature viewing.
Less than an hour's drive northeast of the campsites at Lynchburg RV Resort, you will find Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest. There are over 20 miles of trails in the forest and 22 miles of roads. Here you will also find picnic shelters and two lakes, perfect for fishing and boating. Popular pastimes here include hiking, horseback riding, scenic driving, and biking. The forest is a habitat for many animals, including black bears, deer, and small game animals. Here you can enjoy wildlife watching, geocaching, and hunting.
When you are RV camping in Campbell County, you can enjoy amazing attractions and activities year-round. If you drive over to the town of Altavista, you can visit the beautiful local landmark Avoca Museum. This picturesque house was built in 1901 by architect J.M.B. Lewis in the American Queen Anne style of the Victorian era. In the museum, you can learn about the first European settlers and Colonel Charles Lynch, who was the founder of the city. Here you can see beautiful old furniture, china, old photographs, and many relevant documents that will help you learn about local history.
National Civil War Chaplains Museum is located in Lynchburg. Here you can learn about chaplains, priests, and rabbis during the Civil War. The museum highlights the influence of religion in times of war, and the roles of chaplains, priests, and rabbis on both sides during the war. You can see documents, paintings, murals, and other artwork, too.
Point of Honor is one of the most important historical museums to tour while camping near Lynchburg. It preserves and displays many valuable documents, items, and photographs from the city’s history. Here you will learn everything there is to know about Lynchburg and the surrounding area, starting with Monacan Indians all the way to the 20th century. Learn about famous families from the region, observe artwork created by local artists, or join hands-on programs, camps, and events organized by the museum.