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North Bend Park


1930 Mays Chapel Rd
Boydton, VA 23917
434.738.0059
No Email Address
http://www.reserveusa.com/jsp/commonpage.jsp?goto=/nrrs/va/norb/newindex.html
3 Reviews
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My family and I enjoyed our stay at North Bend Park. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are large and spread out. We look forward to going back to North Bend this year. When the park says the grade is "severe" on some sites, they mean it. Not all sites are level, but very spacious.

Received from Amber for visit in Sep 2011


Site Number: 62
Stay Again? YES
This is a very beautiful campground. On our loop there was a lot of space between sites. This is a nice clean and quiet campground!! Attached picture is from our site.

 

Received from Shawn for visit in Jun 2006


Site Number: B51
Stay Again? YES
This is a Corp.of Eng (COE) campground about 6 miles from Boydton, VA. Heavily wooded and lakefront sites throughout the CG - many with W&E (20/30/50 amp) though most of the lakefront sites do not have hookups. All are spacious - but Loop D has the widest sites and many are lakefront - but no hookups exist here. Paved roads throughout the park and campsites were hard packed with gravel in spots that looked like it had been there a long time. We had a hard rain one day and our site did not flood. We noticed drainage areas out the back of many sites. Slight slope exists to aid this. We stayed in B loop as this where most of the W&E sites exist. Paved bike trails exist between Loop A,B and C but stop before the bridge to Loop D. Beaches exist in each loop. The Day Use beach (A) - is particularly nice. No one was there at this beach during our stay - but if we spent the day at the beach - we'd choose this one. Huge fire pits, tall fixed stone tables and most picnic tables have stone tops and seats (your not moving those picnic tables - not easily anyway). $20/night water 20/30/50 amp, satellite did not work - but we did get several local stations w/our antenna booster. The bike trails are wonderful - just a picture perfect CG. The park hosts - the most friendly folks we have ever met at any CG. Make reservations through Reserve USA. This campground fills up quickly on the weekend - so make reservations early in the year. Pics (l-r) 1st 2 our site (#96), the bike trail, and Loop A beach.

   

Received from Lucy for visit in 2006


Site Number: 96
Stay Again? YES



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