- 277 Lake Dr, Greenville, VA 24440, USA
Stoney Creek Resort is set in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Many of our nation’s historical monuments are nearby including the homes of Presidents Jefferson and Wilson, American Frontier Museum, The New Market Battlefield (Civil War) and Lexington, Virginia.
Max RV Length: 40
Latitude/Longitude: 37.997270 , -79.125310
Total Sites: 148
Camping Season: April 1-Oct 1
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
From I-81 (10 miles south of Staunton), take Exit 213A (Greenville), and take US 11 to Greenville (1.5 mi). Turn left on Rte 1205, directly across from BB&T Bank. Bear right .2 miles, turn left on Rte 662, go 1.7 miles to Rte 608. Turn left on Rte 608, go .5 miles to Resort sign and access road. From I-64 take Exit 91 (Fishersville/Expo). Take Rte 608E through Stuarts Draft 12.8 miles to Resort (all secondary roads). Turn left at SCR sign into Resort.
Sunday 03/18/2018 0%
Plentiful sunshine. High 56F. Winds light and variable.
Monday 03/19/2018 40%
Chance of Rain
Cloudy with showers. High 47F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%.
Tuesday 03/20/2018 90%
Morning rain followed by a mix of rain and snow in the afternoon. Temps nearly steady in the mid to upper 30s. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precip 90%.
Wednesday 03/21/2018 70%
Variably cloudy with snow showers. High 36F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 70%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected.
Thursday 03/22/2018 10%
Considerable cloudiness. High 42F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
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July 8, 2008
This campground is scary.The bathrooms are closed and look like they should be condemned.The sand and lake are filthy.The security guard carries a real gun around I can't help wondering if he's been trained to do so.This made me wonder what's happened here that this is necessary.I also had to fill out contracts that made no sense why they were necessary.The employees are very lazy.confused,and unorganized.Think twice about this one!!!
May 10, 2008
This park was recently purchased and the new owners are renovating the bathroom/showers, clearing the back camping area, etc. The clubhouse is very large; Bingo and Sunday services are held there. There is a large screen TV, video games, pool table, ping pong, games, and a "library". Our full hook-up site was level and located near one of the many streams that flow through this campground. The lake is nice and the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains are beautiful. The only draw back was the rough road leading to the campground. Apparently the State of Virginia is not responsible for the paving/patching of the road. While we were at Stoney Creek (10 days), the management did fill the pot holes in the road (Lake Rd). This campground will be a beautiful resort when it is completely renovated. We were not required to sign any "contract" as stated in a previous review.
February 24, 2007
I would have taken a photo of this place IF I had stayed. Despite being dog-tired from a day's drive, we felt compelled to leave. The property entrance is attractive; but staff asked us to SIGN a long list of rules prior to parking. This was due to a long history of abuses. Most of the rules were common sense, so it was difficult to think about the kind of folks who would violate such basic rules of conduct. Be that as it may--this is an old park with many residents living in old trailers. It is heavily forested in the original section where we were assigned, presumably due to our status as "discount" visitors. Interior roads are dirt--very rough, narrow, bordered by trees and almost impossible to maneuver through. Sites unlevel and not well-marked. we missed ours on the first pass and had to make the frightful journey through the bush a 2nd time. Impossible to get satellite. The electric fluctuated and we refused to hookup for fear of frying our electronics. Staff summoned and did not know what the electrical problem was. They declined to move us anywhere else despite our midweek, offseason visit but were agreeable to returning our money. I returned their list of Rules. We left and later complained to the affiliated campground network. This park CANNOT accommodate a 40'rig without extreme difficulty in the section assigned. Don't try it unless you want to practice "EXTREME RV Parking!" and take your chances with a questionable utility infrastructure that can ruin your rig.
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