200 total RV sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 45ft, dump station, large clubhouse, general store, swimming pool, two playgrounds, shuffleboard, basketball, volleyball, game room, laundry facility, horseshoe pits, 16 acre fully stocked private lake for fishing, beach area for swimming, paddle boats, and a small putting course for the kids.
P.A. discount is not valid on Holidays and special event weekends. *Rates: Water and Electric Site $37.00, P.A. $18.50. Full Hookup Site: $42.00, P.A. $21.00.
Located 12 miles from Staunton and 27 miles from Lexington. Interstate 81 to Exit 217 toward Stuarts Draft. Follow to Rt 340. Make right at light. Next light make left and follow to stop sign. Make right onto Cold Springs Road (608). Follow for 4.3 miles. Entrance Road to Resort on left (Lake Drive). Follow 1/2 mile to Campground Welcome Center.
Historical Staunton, Skyline Drive, Luray and Endless Caverns, Natural Bridge/Safari, Museums, Shopping Malls, Churches, Monticello Antiques, fast food & salads and much more!
Stoney Creek RV Resort is a busy place, with the majority of sites being taken by permanent or weekend residents. The best sites by the man-made lake, seem to be occupied by the full-time residents, and we were directed to a site way back in the woods, and I missed it first time around because the signs needed some work. The lady next to our spot came over and asked if we "get to bed early", hoping that the big "cornhole competition" nearby wouldn't keep us awake. She asked if I knew what was, and I said I was afraid to ask. I had no idea a kid's beanbag game was so popular in that area. The camp is obviously popular to the locals, and made for an interesting overnight stop for us. My wife looked at the map and realized that the real-life "Waltons" home was just over the mountain in Schuyler, Virginia, about 50 miles away. So, the next day we unloaded the toad and drove the mountain roads to see it, and tour the museum. Fans of the "Walton" tv show should be sure to take this trip, the winding mountain roads were beautiful,especially the section called "Plank Road", and Schuyler was an interesting place to visit.