September 25, 2021 - reviewed by KatCares
No Frills, Bumpy Farmer's Field
Wasn't impressed and wouldn't recommend. First after booking months in advance as part of a 2 month trip, they called me about a week before to tell me we could no longer have what turned out to be a nice relatively level pull-through RV site I'd paid for because they needed it for a couple of trailers staying longer than us. Instead put us in a muddy, uphill "primitive" back-in site next to a creek where gnats were so thick we stayed inside all night. Not enough picnic tables for each site, (ours got snatched by the neighbor as we pulled up with the owner watching.) I think the bath house may have once been a chicken coop or tool shed... still not too clean or private. No refund of the higher price I'd already paid for the better pull through spot either. To get here the roads are a little narrow and hilly but not too bad. There is apparently no Verizon cell tower anywhere in the area. They do offer park Wifi but it was spotty at best. Simply put... we would never come back.
June 17, 2021 - reviewed by Lee B.
Off the beaten path . . .
Do not take River Road if coming from the north on 522! For anything larger than a pop up it'll be stressful. Continue to 9.
Many sites back up to the small creek and a few pull throughs are available. Plenty of tent sites ideally located on the larger creek.Could be really soggy after a rain but wasn't too soft during our visit.
Owner was accommodating and quickly responded to texts. Nice, quiet campground. A little out of the way which was good and bad.
Dump station needs a hose for tank flushing. Only a hose with sprayer that wasn't long enough to reach the trailer was provided.
Must visit the Orr Farm for you-pick fruits in Martinsburg.
September 27, 2020 - reviewed by Erica Eppler Miller
Down Home Country
I loved this campground. It is not a large campground in number of sites but has huge open fields for lots of outdoor fun. It has tent sites and rv sites with 30 amp and water. No sewer. And one 50 amp site. Most sites have partial shade from the tree line. Each site has a fire ring and plastic picnic table. It has a creek for swimming or wading at your own risk. It also has horseshoes, playground, large outdoor picnic area, as well as a clean bathhouse with showers. There is a dump station and trash dumpster for your convenience on the way out of the campground.
July 21, 2019 - reviewed by Nancy
RV There Yet
The owners were awesome. The plots were level and large. We were right near a stream and it was reasonable at $35 and they honored Good Sam's and military discounts. Very nice place to stay.
October 8, 2018 - reviewed by Goughnour’s
Clean and quiet. We had a fantastic time hanging out together and for us that’s what it’s all about. Owners ensure you have a great stay. Great rates. If your gps wants to take you river road from the north (don’t) continue south on 522 and cut over route 9. We had a fresh water spigot, didn’t have to hand pump. Stayed in the drive throughs near the playground. Close to the road.
July 23, 2018 - reviewed by Jake
A big climb to get to from 81 but is well worth it. The view of the mountains is unmatched. I suggest not taking 45 from 81 as there are a lot of very tight turns. I took 51 to 45 to get there and was fine with a 40ft travel trailer. Water is hand pump only for fresh water tank. And a single dumping station on your way out.
March 15, 2018 - reviewed by The Jacksons
Every year when we make our camping schedule, we always book at Lazy A first and visit at least 3x per year. It's peaceful, no ATVs or blaring music. Nice amount of space per site. Hosts are terrific- we always feel taken care of. Nice hot showers, everything is super clean.
November 10, 2017 - reviewed by The Nomad Chicks
Stopped through on the way to Kentucky from Delaware. Most surrounding sites were closed for the season but Nelson Answered and he said although he wasn't advertising as open, if someone called he would give them a place to stay! He was very nice and polite and spoke as though we were friends. He gave us free range of the camp ground, as he only had 1 other camper there and only charged us $25 ($35 is the typical rate). The camp ground wasn't well lit, but we were fine with flashlights. Electric hookup was a breeze. In the morning, we saw firepits, picnic tables, a volleyball court and what appeared to be a few covered pavilions. The office was closed still but we were told to just fill out the overnight form and place our payment in the lock box outside (very trusting!)
August 6, 2017 - reviewed by C.J.
The Basic Necessities + Peace & Quiet
We needed 2 spots at the last minute on a Saturday evening while traveling to Virginia. Every place had already closed, but we left messages anyway. A friendly gentleman from Lazy-A quickly called us back & was happy to accommodate us. He recommended 2 spots, gave us check-in directions & since we would be checking-in late, only charged us $25, not the regular $35 rate. The spots where we stayed weren't well-lit (flashlights, people!) and area was just a big grass field, which after a day of rain, I thought for sure we'd need to have our Class C towed out in the morning. The property was SO well-maintained, we didn't have ANY issues whatsoever! And in the morning, we could see just how pretty the area was. Be warned, the amount of bugs were like nothing I've ever seen, but you'll have that anywhere, just be prepared. Forget trying to get a cell signal. My phone ran on 1X (extended) the whole time, but that happens. If you want a serene getaway, then Lazy-A is the place you want to be!
June 10, 2015 - reviewed by Madden
Nice quite campground.