Shenandoah County offers a wide variety of outdoor destinations ranging from developed campgrounds with full-scale amenities, a hip camp, a glamping site, and primitive campgrounds throughout the George Washington National Forest. See below for a complete list of options throughout the county. For RV, Camper and Travel Trailer services visit Naked Bear RV in Woodstock. Offering on-site and shop services.


Shenandoah County offers an array of accommodations to suit every lifestyle.
Whether you’re looking to stay at a historic bed & breakfast, a charming country home, rustic cabin,
or national hotel chain, there’s something for everyone.


Enjoy the sounds of the gentle breeze rustling through the trees and the slow currents of Passage Creek at this family campground in the Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area. 

If you are traveling with a larger group, reserve a spot at the Elizabeth Furnace Group Campground.

Maintenance, Service, Restorations, and Customizations.

572S Main St., Woodstock, VA 22664 |  540-216-1473

Perched atop a historic hill in Toms Brook, this private 120 year old farm offers a secluded luxury glamping experience designed for two adults. Positioned on a massive custom platform deck, the views are unparalleled over more coffee and entirely unobstructed while taking in the starry night sky. Reimagine the camping experience with rustic luxury and wild wellness!

Food provisions are available for self-catered “farm-to-tent” dining.

The farm is also positioned to be Shenandoah County’s go-to spot for destination yoga and mediation classes that are held on Bally Brook’s spectacular viewing platform.



Wolf Gap Recreation Area was once the site of a 1930’s African American Civilian Conservation Corps Camp. This recreation area has many hiking opportunities nearby. From here begin your hike to the popular Big Schloss Overlook with scenic views of Virginia and West Virginia mountains. Stay at one of our charming campsites and enjoy falling asleep to the peaceful symphony of nearby crickets.

Family owned and operated campground located on Stoney Creek in Edinburg. RV and tent sites with picnic tables, fire rings, plenty of shade and easy fishing access. Pets permitted on leash only.

108 Palmyra Rd., Edinburg, VA 22824  |  540-984-4299

Shenandoah Meadows is a 40-acre recreational facility adjacent to the George Washington National Forest within the Massanutten Mountains. Offering flexible accommodations for families and larger groups. Open year round for individual or small group lodging and March 1-Nov 15 for larger groups.

443 Meadow View Lane, Fort Valley, VA 22652  |  (540) 933-6650

This Hip Camp is located minutes from I81. Park at the house and hike 200 yards down the hill to the secluded River Perch overlooking the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. You’ll have river access for fishing, swimming and paddling (kayaks and canoes provided), or you can just sit on the dock and watch the sunset. Retreat back into the screened cottage for a quiet restful evening or relax on the deck by a fire. Close by are 100’s of miles of hiking trails and the charming town of Woodstock offering free concerts, some of Virginia’s finest wineries, The Brewhouse and other great local restaurants. Contact Steve for further information. Although it is too cold to visit during the winter, this site is open all spring, summer, and fall, for glampers to explore and adore.

Family owned and operated ADA campground located less than a mile from I-81, Shenandoah Caverns and Route 11 Potato Chips.  Open year-round with free WIFI, satellite TV, swimming pool, and camp store. Tents, RVs, and cabins.

168 Industrial Park Rd., Mount Jackson, VA 22842  |  540-477-3080

24 Hour Advance Reservation Required.

All rates located on website are for 2 Adults and 2 Children under 18,
1 vehicle, and 1 horse trailer.
Extra person: $5/night.

Primitive Sites-wooded or field
(no hook ups)
Water/Electric Sites
Water/Electric/Sewer Sites
Day Use Fee: $5 / person / day

299 S Fort Valley Rd.,  Fort Valley, VA 22652  |  540-933-6633