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unhappy facePrince William Forest RV Campground
167058 Dumfries Road (#234)
Dumfries, Virginia
August 14, 2016


Lee Duquette enteriing the office to register the RV

It was pouring rain when the two RV Gypsies checked into Prince William Forest RV Campground, so only one photo was taken in the campground. They chose this campground because it was the closest campground to where their friend Helen lives, and the purpose of this trip was to visit Helen. Therefore, they did not explore the campground at all. But here are a few comments anyway.

The brochure showed 72 sites and listed 35-40 foot pull-thru sites, and 50-65 foot 50-amp back-in sites. Yet, the 40-foot motorhome of the two RV Gypsies barely fit into their site and their toad had to park sideways in front of their RV. Their site was uncomfortably close to the neighboring sites.

There was no cable TV, and their antenna brought in extremely poor quality viewing of the few TV stations it found. The campground Wi-Fi was unsecured and very slow.

The campground had a swimming pool, playground and laundry, but the two RV Gypsies did not use any of those things. Actually the two RV Gypsies never even wandered around the campground. Many roads in the campground were one-way, which is usually a good thing. Most standard campground rules applied. Check-out time was noon.

The above comments are just the experience of the two RV Gypsies. These comments do not make the campground good or bad in general.

Menu for the two RV Gypsies in Virginia
August 6-17, 2014
You may visit these 17 sections in any order you choose.

US Marine Corp emplemNational Museum of the Marine Corps

Snowflex tubing

The cities of Lynchburg and Madison Heights

A bike ride on the Riverwalk

The Singing Tower in Luray

Downtown Hampton

Gloucester Point Beach Park

Shenandoah National Park

Luray Caverns - a flashback to 2001

Enchanted Dragon Mirror Maze

Skyline Caverns in Front Royal

U.S. Navy emblemHampton Harbor Cruise, Naval Ships and Fort Wool

pizzaAngela's Italian Restaurant

August 2014.

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort - TT

Lynchburg TT Campground

Prince William Forest RV in Dumfries (this page)

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