Shenandoah Crossing RV Park

(2 Reviews)

174 Horseshoe Cir., Gordonsville, VA 22942


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GPS: 38.0856, -78.1368

Shenandoah Crossing RV Park is located at 174 Horseshoe Cir., Gordonsville, Virginia 22942 with a total of 41 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Swimming Pool, and more. Before your trip to Shenandoah Crossing RV Park, check out website at or contact them through 540-832-9400 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

38.0856, -78.1368

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 38.0856, -78.1368

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Overview of Shenandoah Crossing RV Park

Longest RV Reported: 40 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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459 ft / 139 m

Reviews of Shenandoah Crossing RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar wkowski
    Glamping with Hotel amenities

    Reviewed 24/3/2022

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    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 462

    What a campground, pull tru and back in sites. Most sites have concrete pads with table and chairs along with a propane grill. Clean bath house and Free laundry room.Now for the Hotel amenities, This is a timeshare property, we are not members and used our C to C to stay. When we registered they asked if we wanted to hear about their timeshare, we said no and they didn't ask again. You get to use all the hotel amenities, indoor pool, game room, and fitness room and many more. They are on a lake and have boat access at the marina along with some rentals. The area is exceptional with plenty of things to do. Winery's, breweries, and great food are all near by.

  • Area Guides Avatar TumbleLees
    Great for some, not so much for us

    Reviewed 3/9/2015

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    Site number: Grand Cabin 44

    Check in time isn't until 4 pm. We read reviews and saw that there was a wait to get into one's cabin, yurt or in the Lodge. We were told we could come early and enjoy the grounds. But we just seriously couldn't get there much sooner. Our arrival was smooth and our Grand Cabin was ready for us. But by the time we unloaded the car and saw all the amenities, we had to run to the grocery store. So we didn't get to enjoy the grounds.This wasn't for us because our main goal is to get in a hike when were are this close to the mountains. And if nothing else, at least a long walk soon after arrival. As it turned out, there really weren't any hiking trails here. But there is lots for families and youth: swimming pools, splash park, play grounds, volleyball, tennis, tether ball, corn hole, putt putt, horse back riding and so much more. We did enjoy the serenity and our fully appointed cabin. We had everything we needed. The bedding and linens were very nice, kitchen fully stocked with dishes and utensils. We had a great view and really liked our cabin.We finally did get in a walk around the resort. We did notice there wasn't any dog mess to step around, nor barking dogs....pets are not allowed. BUT we did discover it is worse to tip toe around horse manure! It was impossible nearly to miss in the area we had to walk through.We wrote an extensive blog about it with lots of pictures. We will not be back because this is really a private vacation club and we're not interested in this type of vacationing. They RV park was VERY nice, but also very expensive, $79/night. We didn't bring our motorhome but would have if pets were allowed. We wanted our daughter and her family to use the cabin and we would have used the RV park. But they said no pets and they have one. But then, we did see dogs in the RV park!There was free wifi in the cabin. But not in the laundry room (which was free) nor in other areas around the resort.





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Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 09/03/2015

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 03/24/2022

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