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We stayed at Endless Caverns because it was within 20 minutes of James Madison University where our daughter had orientation. The campground is definitely on the side of a mountain so be aware of that when you go to be sure you have a vehicle...More
Okay, first the reason it doesn't get five stars - the wifi is soooooo slow that it is virtually nonexistent no matter what time of the day or night you try to use it. That aside, this is a wonderful, beautiful park. Lots and lots...More
We were headed to North Carolina for a 13 day trip with our friends. Unfortunately, our truck engine died on Rt. 81, towing our camper. We were heartbroken, angry, and stuck. We got a tow to Endless Caverns, who welcomed us and found us a...More
Clean, with plenty of space to spread out. It is set very nicely on the side of a beautiful mountain. The sites are level and you can tour the caverns onsite. Since we were early season the pool wasn't open but looked awesome.
This campground is simply stunning! I have been twice and both times we had a wonderful time. Would definitely recommend it to everyone looking for a scenic mountain escape! It is clean, reasonably priced and everything is within driving distance.
We have a GMC3500 with a 39 foot 5th wheel trailer. We were in campsite C9 and had no problems getting into our campsite. I do not know anything about a 4-wheel section at Endless Caverns. They have many pull-thru and... More
We have a GMC3500 with a 39 foot 5th wheel trailer. We were in campsite C9 and had no problems getting into our campsite. I do not know anything about a 4-wheel section at Endless Caverns. They have many pull-thru and back-in campsites. Bathhouse (we used)was not cleaned on a daily basis.
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"Pick your campsite based on how close you want your neighbors."