R and D Family Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Looking for an RV campground in eastern Virginia? R and D Family Campground might be the right place for you. In the small village of Milford, the campground is only a short drive from Bowling Green and less than an hour's drive from Richmond. Washington, D.C. is also within proximity when you're camping at R and D Family Campground.

This Bowling Green campground is a quiet and peaceful family-friendly place to go RV camping. It offers easy access to natural areas, forests, lakes, and rivers. Also, it is not far from the Atlantic coast, so add a day at the beach to your travel itinerary.

The R and D Family Campground campsites are available with full hookups and can accommodate travel trailers and motorhomes of most shapes and sizes. Each campsite comes equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring. There is a general store on-site where you can pick up ice, firewood, and other supplies. Guests will also have access to a laundry room, restrooms, showers, rental grills, and much more.

While you're camping at R and D Family Campground, you can enjoy recreational amenities, including a swimming pool, a game room, sports courts for basketball and volleyball, plus horseshoes and checkers. You can also rent games, magazines, and books or enjoy the lounge. The campground also organizes events and activities throughout the camping season.

There are several lakes just a few miles away, offering great fishing and boating opportunities. Some of the fish species you can find in the area are largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, bluegill, and crappies. You can also enjoy biking, hiking, hunting, and swimming while camping at R and D Family Campground.

The Great Outdoors

Caledon State Park is one of the most beautiful natural areas in Virginia, located on the shore of the Potomac River, less than an hour's drive from the RV campground. This beautiful old-growth forest is home to a large population of bald eagles and other birds, bringing many bird watchers to the park every year. There are also bald eagle exhibits in the park, and several picnicking areas and shelters. There are ten hiking trails in the park, but the most popular is the two-mile Boyd’s Hole Trail, which takes you to the river. Other activities you can enjoy here include boating, fishing, and biking.

Mattaponi Wildlife Management Area is one of the closest hunting locations to R and D Family Campground. The terrain is a mixture of hardwood forest, wetlands, and rivers, and has diverse animal and plant habitats. Here you can find deer, squirrels, wood ducks, and turkeys, and black bears are occasionally spotted, too. Anglers can catch bluegill, redbreast catfish, largemouth bass, among other species. Kayaking and canoeing are other popular activities in this park, as well as bird watching.

Lake Anna State Park is located about an hour's drive west of the campground, on the shore of Lake Anna. If you like swimming and water sports, this is a great place for you. There is a beautiful beach at the lake, a boat launch, and opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The park has a campground, bathroom, and picnicking areas. It also has more than 15 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. In the visitor center, you can see exhibits about the gold mining era and the natural history of the park.

Exploring the City

With an RV rental in Caroline County, you can visit many wonderful attractions. About an hour's drive south, you will find one of the most exciting places in the state, Richmond Raceway. Here you can see all kinds of motorsports. The raceway offers some amazing experiences as well, like Suite View, Front Porch, Chaos Corner, and so much more. You can also go to a driving school, and learn everything there is to know about sports cars.

The Kings Dominion theme park is approximately 30 minutes' drive south of the campsites at R and D Family Campground. This is a perfect place to enjoy roller coasters and thrill rides, though, there are children's rides and family rides, too. A water park is also on-site and features two huge wave pools, extreme water slides, and a splash area for little ones. Shows and music events are also hosted in the park, and there are a variety of restaurants, bars, and cafes.

The "Stonewall" Jackson Death Site is near Fredericksburg, just a 30-minute drive from the campground. Learn about some Civil War history when you visit this interesting spot. Hit by friendly fire during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Jackson retreated to the small rural area of Guinea Station, where he later died. Today, visitors can tour the property where the well-known Confederate general spent his last hours, and learn more about this pivotal point in the war.

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