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If you’re about to start your search for an RV in Louisa County, located in the heart of beautiful Virginia, then keep on reading. Camping at Small Country Campground is an excellent choice, especially if you like mini-golf, outdoor swimming pools, and being close to a lake where you can fish, swim by the beach, and splash around with the lake toys. Warm-up by going on the fire truck, bring your favorite dish to one of the potluck dinners and show off your skills at the cook-off. There are also music festivals and other events, so there’s definitely no time for boredom at this great RV park.
If you rent a camper near Small Country Campground and decide to stay at the park, you’ll have several different kinds of sites to choose from. Like one with full hookups, including 30 amp service and your own fire pit and picnic table, or a super site, with 50 amp service, fire pit, and picnic table, as well as fast-speed internet. No need to worry if your neighbor forgot how to take care of your plants - just give them a call and sort it out. You’ll also have access to laundry and shower facilities, as well as a camp store selling both ice and bait.
But what’s the point in renting an RV in Louisa if you don’t spend some time checking out the town and the area? You’ll be close to many a battlefield, with stories more horrific than you can imagine, and if you prefer your fields to have a different kind of flag on them, then do some golfing. Your rental RV won’t be far from bigger cities either, such as Fredericksburg, Richmond, and Charlottesville. You can also give the gorgeous Monticello a visit, and don’t forget to check out the local produce.
For some great outdoor recreation, drive your motorhome rental to Lake Anna State Park, situated by the lake with the same name in which you can swim, paddle, and fish. Go for some largemouth bass, crappie, or bream, or take a hike and experience the peace and quiet that only nature can provide. After a lovely walk, go check out the visitor center, where you can learn all about the gold mining that took place in the area - you can go on a tour of a gold mine, and even pan for your own gold.
If it’s more trails that you’re after, head to Cumberland State Forest with its many trails through fantastic nature. The views of the leafy trees and beautiful flowers are gorgeous on their own, but you can also try to find what’s left of the old homesteads and cemeteries of former inhabitants - an exciting little game for the whole family. Play hide-and-seek with squirrels, learn how to tell the difference between oak and hickory, and you can even go to Bear Creek Lake.
Should the panoramic views and vistas you’ve seen so far not quite be to your satisfaction, then you need to hop into that Louisa camper rental and drive to Shenandoah National Park - right away. The scenery is absolutely gorgeous, especially if you’re visiting during the fall when the leaves put on a fantastic color show. There are amazing waterfalls, quiet wooded hollows, and lots of spots perfect for a picnic. See if you can find any deer or songbirds, or stay after dark and marvel at the glorious starry sky.
Whether you have the palate for wine or not, it is strongly recommended to drive around and find one or a couple of the local wineries and breweries. Look at the surrounding farms, bring a picnic or get your food at the winery, say hi to rescue horses, and - of course - try all the wine you’d like. Many of these places are family-owned, and you’ll be welcomed like a dear friend upon arrival. Look at the vines, and take some time to relax.
There’s also a whole lot of history and culture right in the heart of Louisa, and you can spend an evening at Louisa Arts Center Theatre and Art Gallery before treating yourself to an exquisite Asian or Italian meal - with some wine, of course. If you need some more historical knowledge in your life, give Louisa Town History Museum a visit. Look at the antiques, and hear all about how the largest cavalry battle of the Civil War was fought right here.
Doesn’t it sound pretty darn wonderful to camp in an RV near Louisa? If you happen to agree, don’t forget to book a trip here - you might as well start right now, so it won’t slip your mind.