After spending 5 days in the Smokey Mountains, it was time to head northeast up towards Shenandoah National Park. The ninth night in our Fall National Park tour was a stopover at Pioneer Village RV park in Max Meadows, Virginia. As I’ve mentioned before, when we are in route to a destination, our criteria for the overnight stays is primary location to expressway. Pioneer Village RV was just off the Interstate. The driveway to the park is at the bottom of hill right on a turn (note of caution there!). But once you make it up the hill the campsites are located in a large area with a view of the mountains.
Our site was located towards one of the outer rows of campsites (there are rows and rows). Everything is pretty wide open, but there is a fair amount of space between the sites.
There were a number of seasonal sites but they seemed to be behind us. The camp hosts were a super nice couple who checked in to make sure we had everything we needed.
Our stay was short and peaceful. Exactly what you look for in an overnight spot.
Trip Stay: Overnight
Access: Right off the highway
Hook Ups: 50 amp Full Hook Up
Site: Standard open RV Park
Level site: Yes
Site Type: Pull Through
Online Reservations: Yes (they have an online reservation form)