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The two RV Gypsies at
Charlottesville KOA
in Charlottesville, Virginia

October 16, 2013

The two RV Gypsies drove from Maryland, through West Virginia and then into Virginia to stay one-night at the Charlottesville KOA in Charlottesville, Virginia. Sites 20 & 38 were next to each other, and they were two of the longest sites in the campground. Both the RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies fit in site 20 with no problem. Both were pull-through sites, but they were on a corner, and there was a fence that meant that Lee had to make a very wide turn to get into either site to be sure that the toad did not hit the fence. It was a rainy day so they did not do anything in the area and they did not take any photos.

But here are a few comments on the campground. As with most KOA's, this campground had a paved road only from the entrance to the office, then the roads throughout the campground were gravel.  The campground had cable TV and unsecured Wi-Fi, which was on the slow side. But the Wi-Fi was only able to be used in two-hour repeatable segments.  This is the first time the two RV Gypsies came across this requirement. 

This is also the first campground in this month of October that did NOT have any Halloween decorations. Check-in time was 1 P.M. or later. Check-out time for RVs was NOON.  No washing of vehicles. Do not park toad in an empty site or you will get charged for that site too. Most other rules seem to be standard KOA rules.

The two RV Gypsies have no idea how nice or not nice the campground may be, as they just relaxed in their RV all evening due to the rain, and left the next day for The Natural Bridge in Virginia. Comments made here do not make the campground good or bad in general, they are just statements from the visit of the two RV Gypsies and said date.

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