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1000 Trails Virginia Landing


40226 Upshur Neck Rd.
Quinby, VA 23423
757.442.5489
No Email Address
http://www.1000trails.com/site/page/pg3487-as46.html
2 Reviews
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Virginia Landing was hit hard by TS Ernesto just Labor Day weekend. Manager and Staff have done a wonderful job in cleaning up all the swamp reeds which covered the campground, and are back to mowing and general upkeep. However, the electric has shorted out in much of the preserve, so there are limited electric sites. The north bathhouse was open, spotlessly clean, laundry worked well, pool was clean and in operation, and will remain open as long as possible. The roads within took a beating from the flooding, but are being cleaned up and repaired. A beautiful preserve with great potential. Close to Chincoteague, Nasa's Wallops Island, antique shops, Food Lion 5 miles south in Exmore.

Received from Patti M for visit in Sep 2006


Site Number: 230
Stay Again? YES
Part of the Thousand Trails/NACO system, Virginia Landing is located on the eastern shore of Virginia - off Route 13 at Painter, one goes to Quinby and turns right on 605 and follows about 8-1/2 miles to the end and Virginia Landing Preserve. 800 acres bordered on the east by Hog Island Bay, and to the west by the Machipongo River. 200 water and electric sites, and 14 full hookup sites. Some sites are wooded (those between Virginia Avenue and New York Avenue, as well as those along Blue Crab Way), and many are open field sites. Family Lodge, pool, putt-putt golf, playgrounds, fishing pier on the Bay, as well as a Marina, boat ramp, boat slips on the river. Very nice resort, with great breezes during my stay. Rangers Station has a mini-store and good selection of essentials. Rangers were very helpful and friendly. Amenities will be up and running Memorial Day weekend. Food Lion Grocery Store about 5 miles south of Painter in Exmore. Closest Walmart is Pocomoke City or so I was told. Very nice preserve and I will return. Canada Geese and their goslings were abundent. Also saw numerous Deer and a huge wild Turkey! Stayed in my pop up camper and enjoyed my stay fully.

Received from Pattie M for visit in May 2006


Site Number: 319
Stay Again? YES



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