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Lynchburg KOA (formerly Wildwood Campground)


Campground Address and Directions:

6252 Virginia Byway, From Blue Ridge Parkway (MP 61.50) & Hwy 130, go 1 mi E on Hwy 130., Monroe VA 24754

Campground Detail and Amenities:

$$$$, Mar 1-Nov 30, 80 sites, All ages, Tents Only sites: 10, 972 ft elev, Accepts Big Rigs, 45 pull thrus, 36 full hookups, electric, 36 elec-water hookups, 20/30/50 amp, tables, grill, water, toilets, showers, dump, RV Storage, propane, laundry, firewood, internet, pet friendly, pool, playground, store, fish, trail, hike (C)

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Nearest Campgrounds:

Blue Ridge Parkway National Park - Otter Creek Campground - 0.66 mi / 1.06 km
Yogi Bears Jellystone Park Tm Camp Resort At Natural Bridge - 9.22 mi / 14.83 km
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Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area - 11.43 mi / 18.39 km
KOA Campground - 12.37 mi / 19.90 km
North Creek Campground - 14.33 mi / 23.06 km
Middle Creek Campground - 15.82 mi / 25.45 km
Peaks of Otter Campground - 17.72 mi / 28.51 km
Blue Ridge Parkway National Park - Peaks of Otter Campground - 17.93 mi / 28.84 km
Lee Hi Campground - 18.20 mi / 29.29 km



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