November 6, 2019 - reviewed by Bill M
GREAT Park.. Lots To Do
We are here for 3 nights. 26’ class C. Water/elec. (30 or 50a). Beautiful clean campgrounds and lots to do in the area. We have been busy each day. If you are thinking about coming here do it!!.. only note not all sites are level so just be prepared but super nice!! Staying Nov.4-7.. great weather too
September 23, 2019 - reviewed by Kurt Vanstead
Great Place And No Bugs
Made our first visit here, took the only spot left with power and water. Wonderful campground, power and water sites are pretty private. Definitely going to go back! Beach access was great. Lots of dogs because they are park and beach friendly for dogs. The place is pretty flat so bring a bike if you have one, plenty of kids on bikes too! It was September and in the 80's and no bugs in our shaded camp site. I just couldn't believe it, kept the van doors open all day, no flys or mosquitoes. Definitely recommend this place!
May 20, 2019 - reviewed by Gary and Mindy
We had site #165. No problem with our 39' motorhome, dolly and car. Pretty level also and enough room for entertaining and eating at this site. 4 sites from bathhouse. Friendly staff
September 4, 2018 - reviewed by Scott
Electric and water RV spot costs 44$ per night. No weekly rates
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by @van_spaceship
This place is amazing! Very close to the beach, we did fishing off the beach and caught a blue crab, little stingray, and some Jack's. You can buy a 10 day salt water fishing license using their app called GoOutDoorsVA for only $10. No wifi but cellular internet is 17/15Mbps on 3 bars LTE. you can get 15 over the air TV channels. Some sites are not leveled so bring blocks. If you can bring bikes there's awesome trails, also great run routes without being in the direct sun. Sunsets are really pretty, bring bug spray though. In town you get to hear Jets roaring as there's an airbase which is pretty cool.
March 23, 2018 - reviewed by Claudette
Beautiful setting w old trees at every camping site, spacing was nice, beach access was easy, u can watch ships enter the channel. Bathrooms are not heated or cooled, dirty most days, showers were disgusting.
October 11, 2017 - reviewed by Jack@Qccity
My Favorite 2017 Campground
2 weeks stays mid September to mid October on different sites with 2 dogs. Prefer the 148-153 sites. Shady, some very large. Very nice beach, less waves. Went to Sandbridge park for days at the beach with waves. Very nice trekking trails and cycling paths. Visit Fort Henry on US Marine base and bring ID. The nicest sunset on the ocean. Full on weekends!
June 16, 2017 - reviewed by Solitude
Site 188. Full hookups would make this a 5 star stopover. Very tight drive in access, I wouldn't recommend arriving after dark. Spaces were secluded, clean and flat'ish. Our site was close to the bathhouse and beach access. I would definitely stay here again.
August 23, 2016 - reviewed by Martin Wilbur
Have stayed here several times. We love this campground. Best sites ever, love the beach and miles of great trails. Close to V.B. but so private. My favorite campground ever. Very dog friendly. Do not miss Big Sam's inlet cafe, best food on the planet.
August 1, 2016 - reviewed by Eric
Love It Here
Great place to stay. Very nice and clean. Easy enough to access beach. Very private lots. We enjoyed our week vacation here with the kids. I will return.
April 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dan
Very nice campground. We have stayed here many times. It was always a good experience for us. Large campsites and its right by Chesapeake Bay.
October 27, 2015 - reviewed by Sylvia Dow
We loved camping at First Landing. The campsites are private with trees and scrubs on all sides. Bathhouses very clean, nice hot showers. Beautiful beach, miles of hikes and bike trails. We had a relaxing time.