Virginia Beach KOA
Region: General Booth, Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach KOA is a place to get a breath of fresh air and reconnect with your family and the great outdoors, or it can serve as your base from which to enjoy all the area offers.
Free WI-FI throughout park,
Free cable TV on most sites,
(33) fully appointed Deluxe Cabins sleeping 4-8 and featuring comfy beds, full bath, kitchenettes, patio, gas grill, and all linens and towels;
(19) Camping Cabins for an easy camping experience, sleeping 3-4 with electricity and heat or a/c;
(266) full-service and w/e RV sites;
(47) traditional tent campsites.
More Highlights Amenities:
Trolley to beach ($)
Two swimming pools
Giant water slide
Free cable TV at most sites
LP Gas ($)
Nearby: 2.5 miles from the Virginia Beach oceanfront; Adventure Sports Park Paintball on-site; 1 miles from exciting family attractions like Adventure Park zipline & aerial experience, Ocean Breeze Water Park, Motorworld, Virginia Aquarium; Naval Air Station Oceana, golfing, water sports, boating, fishing, historic and military sites, coastal cuisine, shopping, entertainment and music.
This campground is huge! It is a full service campground just a few miles south of the main oceanfront tourism area.
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Virginia Beach KOA
Stay and worked at many KOA's. Everyone here has been very friendly an helpful. My husband had an unexpected hospitalization. And we needed to stay longer. They were very accommodating and kind to us. Steve spend a long time trying to help getting our TV working. Facilities are clean. Laundry room big and clean with even a nice place to sit and wait. Friends visited us here and was very impressed with their deluxe cabin. Better than any motel room. Can't say enough about this place. Worth your visit!
We stayed there the week of June 13,2016. The campground is close to VA beach and attractions. The staff was great and the grounds were clean. The restrooms and bathhouses were very clean and well-maintained. Even though the sites very fairly close together, there were lots of trees and shade. The pool and rec area was one of the best we've seen at a campground. Oceania NAS is nearby so there is jet noise throughout the day, a plus for me but maybe not others. But it was not too early or late and not continuous.
What I loved: the amenities for kids get an A+, the store is well stocked. My son and I LOVED the giant chess set. We took the shuttle to the beach everyday for only $8 for our whole family of 6. The pool area is the BEST and the staff was very very nice.
What I hated: MUD! Our site had zero gravel. In fact, every site needed gravel. Other KOAs don't have a water slide, but they all have better gravel. Lastly, they should invest in a mosquito exterminator service. The mosquitoes were horrible. We scratched all week long.