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KOA - Virginia Beach Campgrounds

1240 General Booth Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23451
800-562-4150
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Looking to save a little money on your next Virginia Beach vacation?  Have you ever thought about camping as an alternative to hotels or motels?  Camping has really changed over the years.  In times past, the thought of camping in VA Beach invoked thoughts of tents, bugs, campfires, marshmellows, sand in your britches, and depending on your location, coyotes and bears.  What about today?

Virginia Beach Camping and Things To Do

Camping is no longer an option for just the rugged outdoor family.  Anyone can camp -- comfortably.  And one of the best campgrounds in VA Beach?  KOA on General Booth Blvd.  They are open all year round.  So no matter the season, they make camping fun and possible for every member in your family.  Why stay cooped up in a hotel when there are so many things to do on the campground.  Some of the amenities that you won't find at a hotel include:

  • Basketball
  • Giant inflatable water slides
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Outdoor movies
  • Arcade
  • Bocce ball
  • Kornhole toss
  • Paintball
  • Dog park
  • Jumping giant pillow
  • Free shuttle to the beach and back daily

What types of accomodations at KOA Virginia Beach Campgrounds?

  • Deluxe cabins - Options are available that sleep between 4-8 people.  Rooms can include kitchens, full baths, gas grills, patios and more.
  • RV camp sites - Bring your RV to KOA.  They can accomodate all sizes.
  • Tents - From basic sites to powered ones, there are three difference choices for pitching your tent in Virginia Beach.

Benefits of camping in Virginia Beach

Many thousands of people come to KOA to camp for their annual VA Beach vacation.  When asked, there are many reasons why.  For some families, they find camping in cabins to be better for the family, especially if you have smaller kids.  For others, it's purely financial based as camping at KOA is much less expensive than renting a Virginia Beach home or staying at a hotel or motel.  When you camp, you're definitely closer to nature and you'll be surrounded by other like-minded individuals enjoying their family time.

Last edited:  March 26, 2017

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