Richmond North / Kings Dominion Koa

Doswell, Virginia

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

At this newly updated campground, you'll find all the comforts of home - and more! Deluxe Cabins can accommodate groups up to 10, with two full bathrooms, central heat and air-conditioning, high-speed Wi-Fi and four flat-screen TVs complete with DIRECTV. RV Sites can easily handle everything from pop-ups to big rigs, some under a canopy of tall pines. A pleasant stroll around the grounds leads you to a well-stocked camp store, a volleyball court, an outdoor picnic pavilion and a large swimming pool. Explore nearby Richmond or take advantage of the free shuttle to Kings Dominion, one of the state's top attractions. The theme park has something for everyone: Daredevils get their fix on thrill rides, younger kids enjoy Planet Snoopy's attractions, and the whole family can cool off at Soak City. You'll also find on-site shopping, dining and live entertainment. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 70 feet.

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