Wytheville Koa

Wytheville, Virginia

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Picture-perfect scenery awaits you at this KOA, located between the Allegheny and Blue Ridge mountains (just 1 mile off the highway). The campground caters to everyone, from families looking for a memorable destination to travelers looking for a quiet location after a day on the road. You'll find big-rig friendly RV Sites, Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins and Tent Sites. Enjoy the year-round Bowling and Family Fun Center. This is the only KOA with a full-size bowling alley with automatic scoring, batting cages, arcade games and a cafe with on-site delivery. The center hosts summer weekend activities, including karaoke/DJ, wagon rides, tie-dye, a candy hunt and a movie night. Enjoy the pool/waterslide, fully stocked camp store, mining sluice, court games and fishing pond. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: the Pakkidis family.

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