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We originally wanted to walk on to the Matthews Arm campground, however because of the holiday weekend we just missed the cut off to get on the campground. We were given a list of places to call and Gooney Creek Campground was one of them....More
We've been there for a night and it was really nice. It maybe not the most recent place but I liked that it was a small and cosy place and even though almost of the site were occupied, it didn't felt over crowded. The creek...More
There is a very large overpass that was recently constructed over the creek. You can see the cars day and night as well as hear them throughout the campsite. The busy highway is ~55 MPH. It was terribly jarring to listen to not to mention...More
We wanted to travel down to Shenandoah National Park for Columbus Day weekend and ended up not booking a campsite at the national park early enough, so we were left with few options. We decided to book with Gooney Creek because of it's proximity to...More
Gloria and her daughter Pam are wonderful hosts. My brothers and I from the Roanoke, Va. met our sister from Lewisburg, Pa. to camp and kayak the Shenandoah River. We had spots 24 &25 and they were shaded and off from the other sites. The...More
Flufly53, I hate to inform you but there is no "water moccasin" in Warren County/Front Royal area. What you shall was a water snake which we do have in Warren County/Front Royal, which are harmless to humans. How do I know this? I work on the river, I live by the river and I do Wilderness Search and Rescue in the area. We go over what is dangerous, and one thing that is misleading is the ID'ing of water moccasins.
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"site 5 is the BEST view but normally reserved for 2 families / couples traveling together...10 - 14 are also..."