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3 / 5 (18 votos )

Candy Hill Campground

165 Ward Avenue
22602, Winchester
Virginia, Estados Unidos

Located in Winchester at the top of the Shenandoah Valley. 103 sites for tents to big rigs, pull-thrus, 30/50 amp, paved roads, log cabins, trolley trips Sat. Apr.-Oct., wireless Internet service, catering, LP gas, swimming, playgrounds, pavilion, gameroom, laundry, store, pets accepted. Big rigs welcome. Attractions: caverns, civil war historic sites, plantation homes, Skyline Drive, Harpers Ferry, golf courses, horse races and slots, car & bike racing. Events: Apple Blossom Festival, Apple Harvest Festival. Hot Air Balloon and Wine Tasting Festival, Reenactments.

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ligação de TV
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Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
I left an earlier review with 5-stars when we stayed here in the Spring (2022) for about ten days. Then we returned for 90-some days. The 5-star rating remains the same and for the same reasons: it’s neat here, organized, attention to details, good store, convenient location to big routes, close proximity to a med center, (good) restaurants, quiet nights, tight security (that’s what those red shirts on the golf carts are doing, folks, security), big rig friendly, pet friendly, nearby Walmart (boondocking ok), reasonable rates, etc. Will we stay here again? YES. So, what are the downsides? Route 37 runs parallel to the camp on one side; it’s noisy, which doesn’t bother us. I take my hearing aids out, and it sounds like ocean waves. But if traffic noise is a bug in your bonnet, be sure to get a spot far from the road. And the Candy Hill laundry room could be improved with DEXTER automation. We went to a nearby DEXTER laundromat in Stephen City every two weeks so that we could use their big automated machines that accept an easy-peasy money app from our phone that allows us to monitor the progress of each machine from our smart phones as well as pay without lugging around a kilo of quarters. Fifty bucks and 80 minutes later we’re outtathere, pilgrims. The whole camper is Tide Clean. Sheets, coverlets, pillows, TT dog toys and bedding, truck dog bedding, whites, colors, delicates. Bad-a-boom! If Candy Hill ever gets the DEXTER system, I’ll give it 6-stars instead.
2 semanas ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Just off North-South Interstate 81 and major East-West Route 50 on the perimeter of Winchester, Virginia. Convenient to a major medical center and the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (must-see). This is a family owned and operated campground. Small. Neat. Organized. We like it despite the cramping and could stay here a whole summer, and I would recommend it to Pro Medical Travelers since the Med Center is a stone’s throw away. Though site spaces are shoe-horned to make the most of what they’ve got, the business end of it’s run like a top. Everyone pitches in like crew members on a Naval Expeditionary Force. The store is well-stocked. Staff is friendly (and harried). There’s propane bottle pick-up service at your site (and returned). Full gamut of RVs, from dinky micros to giant land yachts. Green. Trees. Shade. Good drainage. Pool for the kiddies. Hard pads, gravel pads. WiFi ok, better with paid plan $30/month. This campground is on our List to Return when traveling through or stopping to visit family in the area. Thumbs up. Bravo!
3 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Reasons why we will never be back. We made reservations for a one night stay in advance and I was charged $50. No site was assigned. When we checked in, I was told I had a balance of $20 plus tax, for a total of $79. I was not informed over the phone that the site would cost more than $50.   When we arrived to our site, we plugged our surge protector to the 50AMP service, and my surge protector indicated a fault on the “neutral connection.”  I then checked the 30AMP service on the same power pedestal and my surge protector showed no issues with the 30AMP power source. My surge protector is an all-in-one Hughes Autoformer/Surge Protector. Some campgrounds do not permit the use of a Hughes Autoformer/Surge Protector however, the literature from this campground was silent on its use.   When I called the office to report the fault at the 50AMP plug, the owner arrived to our site. He was clearly irritated. He was belligerent toward me for having my unit plugged into the 30AMP. He proceeded to physically disconnect the rig’s power cord from my Hughes. With my power cord in hand, he was about to plug my camper power cord - unprotected – directly into the same 50AMP post that was reading a fault.  I halted the owner mid-stream so that he would STOP from plugging my trailer power cord directly into that faulty 50AMP post. I repeated that the 50AMP service is throwing a fault at neutral; the 30AMP is not. The owner proceeded to take out his multimeter to “prove” to me that the service at the pole is “fine.” The owner did not identify himself as an electrician and I do not believe he is. This is the so-called “expert on electrical” at this campground.   I am not an electrician, nor do I pretend to be. That is why I purchased a device with indicator lights to warn me if the power at the pole can be trusted.   We have been camping for 28 years and have been full-time campers for over three years. This is the first time an owner of the campground ignored information I had obtained from my power protection and physically moved my power cord at the pole. Indeed, he was prepared to plug in my rig directly to shore power - unprotected - without my permission. Never in my years have I ever experienced a more asinine move.   The owner proceeded to tell me that the Hughes has been recalled. We called the manufacturer to confirm our Hughes has not been recalled. The owner then told me that my Hughes is illegal. Hughes Autoformers/surge protectors are not illegal. The owner then told me my Hughes was faulty. It is not; we successfully plugged into 50AMP at our overnight stay last night with no fault indicators.   I am deliberately omitting the owner’s comments that can be easily categorized as belligerent and misogynistic; we’ve all experienced unpleasant interactions with these types of individuals in our travels. (Examples: “Why are you plugged into 30AMPS??!” and “That’s not even the right name; it’s not a ‘snake;’ it’s called a power cord.”)   It is worth noting that when I arrived to check-in, the owner told me I was being placed in a “luxury” site. I did not ask for a luxury site; we are not “luxury” people.  The owner replied that that was the only site available.  There are half-dozen empty sites in this campground. I had a friend of mine call for a reservation; she was told there are five open sites for tonight – all large enough to accommodate our rig. After my experience with the owner and the faulty power pole, I have to wonder why the campground didn’t ask me in advance if I wanted the most expensive site on property. For those that are wondering … the definition of a luxury site: 1) closest to the highway, 2) a filthy grill, 3) mismatched, odd numbered patio furniture askew with bird droppings. I do not recommend this campground. I will never stay here again.
3 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
About our only complaint was the gravel pad. Wish it was cement. The pool was nice, kids loved the arcade and bike rentals. The site we got was situated awkwardly and we couldn’t park right in front of it. It was on a dead end street which made it kind of a pain to get into and out of but we made it work. The free Wi-Fi was worthless so we had to upgrade and it worked fine for working and school. Staff is a little overbearing. Like they need a hobby other than watching us! 😆 We full time and have never seen anywhere like it but we didn’t have any real issues.
3 meses ás

Ramsden Family
Inglês (US)
Our site: Spacing quite small, open site, gravel parking, grass for patio, picnic table on site Communications: WiFi available ($), Cellular Verizon 3 bars Water system is locked out at 36 degrees. Cable advertised but doesn’t work on our site. Digital signal allows for a half dozen channels that break up. Overnight site while traveling so it was fine for us. It appears there are many fair weather amenities. Our site was “premium” and less than fifty yards from a busy highway.
6 meses ás

DaveandSheri
Inglês (US)
Really enjoyed our stay here. Pros: big rig freindly,amazing staff, propane on site at good price, dog park and well stocked store. Cons: a bit noisy from the interstate but not to bad. Will be staying there again.
10 meses ás

Suzanne
Inglês (US)
Site D 18 was a very long pull through site with 30 amp electricity and water with a dump station. Very close to the interstate but we were only there for one night. We didn’t stay long enough to enjoy the swimming pool or any of the amenities. There office and store looked very well-stocked. They will fill your propane tanks and they have air for your tires on site. After a 10 Hour Dr. it was nice.
1 ano ás

Rick
Inglês (US)
Stopped here on the way back home to NC from New England. Apart from the road noise, it’s quiet and has some spacious sites. We came in a day earlier than they had reserved and they did accommodate, though we didn’t have sewer at the site (there is a dump station available we used as we left). Good people, clean campground, nice pool, built for families with kids. Also has a really nice selection of RV supplies and repair parts, and nice pool tables too!
1 ano ás

Teddi
Inglês (US)
We averaged $58 / night for W / E50 / S / C / I. An attendant led us by golf cart and assisted backing in to our concrete pad in full sun. Cable provided about 24 channels. The internet service was poor though for about $5 / day faster speed was available. Though traffic on Route 37 can be seen and heard, it did not impede us from sitting outside at night and talking around a campfire. This campground is easy to get to from I-81 just off Rt. 37. Winchester, VA is less than 10 minutes away. Sites to be seen include George Washington's office, Stonewall Jackson's headquarters, shops and restaurants in Old Winchester, Patsy Cline's childhood home and Museum of the Shendoah Valley.
1 ano ás

JW
Inglês (US)
First, let me remind everyone that I lived next to the I-95/I-64 interchange... literally a stone's throw from it. For 15 years I lived next to one of the busier stretches of road south of DC and learned how to live with it. That said, I'll simply say that this campground needs a good sound barrier as it reminded me of living in our sticks-and-bricks. If you are looking for a quiet location, this ain't it. While my wife and I had absolutely no problems sleeping, many will run away screaming because of the highway noise. I'm going to pretend that the highway does not exist and tell you about the campground. Nice. No, really nice. Easy to get to and just a short jog off of I-81. It's a bypass so we didn't even have to backtrack to get back onto I-81. Plenty of retail within a few miles. We got one of the premium sites and not only did it have FHU and a nice level cement pad, but it had an outdoor furniture set (table, 4 chairs, 2 chase), and a really nice grill. There was a decent dog park, not huge, but bigger than many campgrounds we visit. Well maintained sites and a good camp store. Didn't have any problems with the management or workers, but didn't have more than a couple of interactions. However, they led us to our site, which is something I always appreciate. The campground roads are paved and very nice, though not extremely wide. We did not have a problem with our 43' fifthwheel because the corners all seemed to be well thought out. Some of the sites seemed a little tight, but nothing unreasonable. Lots of trees and grass. We could definitely see ourselves spending time there, if we had a reason to stay. Verizon was quite good as was AT&T. OTA TV had an OK amount of channels.
1 ano ás

Liz & Jake
Inglês (US)
The highway noise levels of an Interstate rest area. Exorbitant pricing even before considering the endless list of basic services that involve a surcharge. Rude, cranky, bordering on creepy management/ownership. Hookups that were on the wrong side of our rig; for $60/night. Poor access to the Winchester area other than by vehicle. This is an older RV park, which is appealing to the eye - green and well-manicured. Typical cramming of rigs into spots that are too small. A variety of sites offering different levels of hook-ups; some 30A, some 50A. They use an online reservation system that allows for surge pricing. We rolled in without a reservation, but with the knowledge that based on their reservations page, there were 5 sites available for the time period we wished to stay. Apparently, this was offensive to the management/ownership (family) and they were shockingly rude while we attempted to pay them for a site for 5 nights. At one point during the process of check-in/payment, I let them know I'd like to move our rig out of the way of the line that had formed at the check-in area (blocking the entrance - it's not a great set-up). The response was "If you think you can drive that thing." Whatttt? (I'm female, but it doesn't take male genitals to drive an RV.) Also, there is an early check-in fee, which is why the check-in/entrance area gets backed up around 1 pm. From that first interaction on, we felt constantly, blatantly watched. At one point, we took our towed vehicle out briefly, and upon return was stopped by the owner/manager walking quickly out of the office straight at me and gruffly and offensively demanding to know what I was doing there because my vehicle tag was not visible. This happened again a day later with the strange confrontational walk-up, except we made sure our tag was clearly visible; the owner/manager just stared us down until we entered our rig. We don't typically worry about management at parks, as we work M-F and rarely use outside space for 'camping' activities, but these folks would not leave us be. We felt a bit better after reading other reviews across the web for this campground; the reassurance that it was NOT 'just us' or that we had done something wrong felt good - but overall added to the story that this park is really poorly/rudely managed and should really be avoided. We would not come back here, and felt terrible even staying for the length of our reservation (there were no refunds if we left early, but we still considered it several times). We noted that during our stay, most folks seemed to be using this park as an overnight spot while snowbird traveling North. When passing through again, we would stay elsewhere - even the Walmart right down the street, for free, which honestly is a tad farther from the highway and therefore likely much quieter. Cell service was a bit overloaded at times, but if you do need to connect to the park's Wi-Fi - that'll be +$$.
1 ano ás

Paigeanna
Inglês (US)
The managers have a policy that your trailer has to have a sticker from some RV industry association, or you are not allowed to camp there. We didn't, so we didn't.
1 ano ás

Larry
Inglês (US)
On the plus side, it was clean, well kept, had a nice camp store and great LP fill up service. Cell coverage was good and they had several wifi sources around the property. On the minus, the sites were very close and in general the campground is tightly packed. They were nit pick WRT guests. One side of the property is along a major highway and another is along an active railroad. My site was away from these noise sources and quiet. Great nearby golf course but no connection (physical or informational). I think they are missing an opportunity to jointly promote their properties. In general, its ok in a pinch.
2 anos ás

EcotypeS
Inglês (US)
Sites were small and not level. No buffers between sites in the area where they put me. Overly bright lights at night. Overall, the campground was clean but had little to attract me. I don't remember the exact cost, but it was expensive for what I got.
2 anos ás

Emie
Inglês (US)
Candy Hill is a pretty campground with trees and grass. Interior roads are paved and tight in spots for large rigs towing. Some sites have better spacing than others. Some are staggered so you have some privacy even though the sites are fairly close together. Most sites looked level. We had a “luxury” site which was not mentioned when I made the reservation. It was mentioned that event pricing was in effect. I should have asked the price but online it said $55 a night for events. Imagine my surprise when the total was $73 with the Good Sam discount. I guess due to it being a “luxury” site. It was not worth the price. The site had gravel and a concrete pad and was very long. There was a (dirty) grill, two patio lounge chairs and a table with six chairs. The chairs were laid willy-nilly about and the patio was littered with debris from previous storms. To exit the site, we had to drive up a steep incline. Not sure how we didn’t drag bottom on the 45’er. So much for luxury. Directv worked fine in our site as well as local channels on the antenna. They have cable but we didn’t use it. The free Tengointernet didn’t work well at all so we used our hotspots. The campground is right by the highway so there is significant traffic noise. There are also train tracks behind the campground, and the trains let themselves be known. We won’t be returning.
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
I call this any place in a storm. We had been traveling on I-81 all day in the rain which only grew in intensity so we needed a place to stay for the night. The campground was pretty decent - we arrived in the heavy rain and were offered help in parking. The sites vary quite a bit based upon topography but most appeared level and in good shape. Overall, the park was in good condition and well kept and clean. Our site was very wet given the rain but dried out overnight as the rain eased and stopped. The restrooms were dated needing renovations but clean and not well heated given we were here in November. There is considerable noise from the adjacent highway although this wasn't a problem in November with windows shut. Since it was November, we were informed that the water would be shut off during the evenings given the likelihood of freezing temperatures.
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We stopped for two nights in our way to FL, they worked to give us a pull thru. As full time RVers we tend to look at things maybe a little different than someone on vacation. Staff polite, but not "friendly". Very well maintained, old but clean restrooms and laundry. As to road noise, it's from rt 37. OK, if you're not close. But if you got one of their luxury sites, almost at the road. We were here early November, so water locked 8pm to8am, or under 36 degrees and one has to take you hose off at those times. Just filled our fresh water. Campfires are allowed 8am to 11pm, they'll deliver the fire ring, no cost and wood at campground price. Cable was OK, free WiFi didn't connect for us. Main roads paved, others gravel, sites to the lay of the land, most looked level.Easy access from I 81.
3 anos ás