What Should I Expect When I'm Camping?

You should expect to have a great time! The entire weekend is a time to unwind and relax with a fun group of people. This is a no frills type of camping weekend, but we have added some perks:

 

  • Clean Porta Potties

  • Stocked, Chopped Firewood

  • Large Food Preparation Area

  • Daily Trash Pick-Up

What Will I Do When I'm Camping?

A Standard Weekend on Camping May Include:Swiming in  the Shenandoah, Sunbathing on a Raft, Enjoying the River Jacuzzi, Floating down the River, Watching the Sunset/Sunrise, Enjoying Conversations Around The Campfire, Reading a book/magazine, Dancing, Building a Campfire, Have a Beer/Cocktail, Learning How To Cook a Meal Over the Campfire, Going Canoeing or Kayaking, Going Fishing, Playing Volleyball, Flying-A-Kite, Playing a Cards or Board Games, Going on a Hike,Laying in a hammock, Listening to music, Making new friends, Taking pictures - the scenery is gorgeous, Watching the Canoes, Chilling Out or Taking A Nap, Visiting Shenandoah National Park, Playing Cornhole/Horse Shoes, Trying New Kinds of Foods, Learning how to cook cobbler in a dutch oven, Watching the Eagle's Nest, Writing, Painting or Relasing Your Creative Outlet.Truly, the river experience has a lot to offer. There are no set schedules, so you set the rules. 

Are There Showers or Bathrooms?

Showers:

There are no showers. However, don't let that stop you from coming on a camping weekend. The Shenandoah River is clean, clear, and refreshing and it certainly does the job!

 

 

Bathrooms:     

Yes, there are several clean porta potties located throughout the campsites. Unlike most porta potties, these stay very clean and comes fully stocked with 2 rolls of toilet paper and hand sanitizer. 

 

 

Running Water:

There is no drinkable water source, so be sure to purchase several jugs/gallons of water.