Endless Caverns & RV Resort

1800 Endless Caverns Road, New Market, VA 22844

540-896-2283

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GPS: 38.599,-78.6788

Endless Caverns & RV Resort is located at 1800 Endless Caverns Road, New Market, Virginia 22844 with a total of 148 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Shuffle Board, Swimming Pool, and more. Before your trip to Endless Caverns & RV Resort, check out website at http://www.endlesscaverns.com/ or contact them through 540-896-2283 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

38.599, -78.6788

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 38.599, -78.6788

Overview of Endless Caverns & RV Resort


Last Price Paid: $60

Reported by Indytravelgal on 05.28.2022

Longest RV Reported: 45 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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Number of Sites:

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1,017 ft / 309 m

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  • Area Guides Avatar Indytravelgal
    Wooded, Resort

    Reviewed 28/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: B14

    Friendly, easy check in. Disappointed in our first site E21 as the fire pit and table were right next to the neighbor trailer. They graciously allowed us to switch to a more private site B14 which we loved. Location a little far from Shenandoah National Park. 1 hour but campground was great. Loved the full hookup and clean showers.

  • Area Guides Avatar diane127
    I loved it

    Reviewed 15/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: E4

    There have many good sites for travel trailers... probably not as good for Class A or large 5th wheels although they were here. This was the opposite of "parking lot" rv resorts. Each site was unique and very good sized. But it was on the side of a hill with trees, plantings and dirt roads. They escort you to your site and assist you...moreThere have many good sites for travel trailers... probably not as good for Class A or large 5th wheels although they were here. This was the opposite of "parking lot" rv resorts. Each site was unique and very good sized. But it was on the side of a hill with trees, plantings and dirt roads. They escort you to your site and assist you in getting in... very nice people. I wish we could have stayed longer and just relaxed in a very quiet peaceful site. We'll be back. Internet was "Ify" but I think that was a good thing.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tin Hatters
    Beautiful Campground with cavern bonus

    Reviewed 22/10/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: C13

    We stayed for three nights at Endless Caverns to explore Shenandoah NP as we travel out west. When I made the reservation I chose a site based on the reviews. Given we are new to this, I didn't want a tricky up hill site to back into. We were on C-13 with a patch of woods in front of us. It was a great site and easy in, easy out. We ha...moreWe stayed for three nights at Endless Caverns to explore Shenandoah NP as we travel out west. When I made the reservation I chose a site based on the reviews. Given we are new to this, I didn't want a tricky up hill site to back into. We were on C-13 with a patch of woods in front of us. It was a great site and easy in, easy out. We had water, electric, and sewer and all worked great. We took the tour of the caverns which was excellent and half price for those staying at the park. The cavern tour was excellent and educational and was just the basics, no gimmicky stuff. We hiked the trails and hiked up the the Endless Caverns sign to watch the sunset. If you can hike a good hill, this is a must do! Friday night the park got busier but by 9:30 you couldn't hear a peep anywhere. Nightly rate is an average reflecting one night on Passport America.

  • Area Guides Avatar Blees2
    Great RV Park

    Reviewed 22/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: E25

    Albeit a bit touristy, this was a great RV Park. The staff and owners are helpful and friendly. The grounds are well kept and organized. There is a ton of space for kids and pets. The hiking trails are easy we saw lots of wild life (watch out for ticks). Bathrooms are clean and stocked (also laundry). But the best part is sunset fro...moreAlbeit a bit touristy, this was a great RV Park. The staff and owners are helpful and friendly. The grounds are well kept and organized. There is a ton of space for kids and pets. The hiking trails are easy we saw lots of wild life (watch out for ticks). Bathrooms are clean and stocked (also laundry). But the best part is sunset from the sign - best view of the Shenandoah Valley! Oh cell signal is also sufficient for working from the road with ‘endless’ video calls.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dave H
    Comfortable and quiet

    Reviewed 14/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: E11

    Check in was easy, escorted to site. Nice and level terraced site in section E. Cave tour was awesome. Everyone was friendly. Pet friendly!! Will be back next season!!

  • Area Guides Avatar Terri
    Nice campground

    Reviewed 6/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $34

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: E14

    Easy drive in off of I-81, far enough off of the road that you didn’t hear any noise. Mostly level spot in the E loop, a bit of an up hill on loose gravel, but manageable. Most of the facilities were closed (Covid) but the cave tour was interesting. Close to New Market (civil war history), Luray (Luray Cavern’s) and Shenandoah Natio...moreEasy drive in off of I-81, far enough off of the road that you didn’t hear any noise. Mostly level spot in the E loop, a bit of an up hill on loose gravel, but manageable. Most of the facilities were closed (Covid) but the cave tour was interesting. Close to New Market (civil war history), Luray (Luray Cavern’s) and Shenandoah National Park.

  • Area Guides Avatar JW
    Level sites on the side of a small mountain

    Reviewed 18/8/2020

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: E20

    First, if you are under-powered in the least, then E loop will be a challenge. We've got a 2500 RAM pulling a 15,000 lb trailer. No problem going up the hill, but when I was backing up to back into a site, the truck tires would slide for several inches on the gravel after I applied the brake. You'll want to take it slow and easy bec...moreFirst, if you are under-powered in the least, then E loop will be a challenge. We've got a 2500 RAM pulling a 15,000 lb trailer. No problem going up the hill, but when I was backing up to back into a site, the truck tires would slide for several inches on the gravel after I applied the brake. You'll want to take it slow and easy because of the gravel.Otherwise it's a gorgeous location and well maintained campground. The sites in E loop aren't super spacious, but they're OK. Maneuvering is easy thanks to the wide roads and trimmed back trees.The cell signal strength is only 2 bars, but the bandwidth is fantastic. No problems streaming or working. It's quiet as heck here because it's back quite a way from the road. Isn't there a rule saying you have to build an RV park park near an airport or railroad? If so, they're breaking that rule.Because of COVID, the store and other buildings are mostly closed. The bathhouse / laundry is open and $1.50 for washing and drying is pretty reasonable.Lots of trees and shade. There are WiFi hotspots but did not need to use them.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mdphoto
    Beautiful campground

    Reviewed 13/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: E19

    We camped here for two nights in Section E site 19 (Aug 20). The drive-in off highway 81 (exit 264) was simple and straight forward coming from the north passing through the town. On departure the GPS took us south onto highway 81 (Exit 257) to exit and we bypassed the town.Check in is located on the right as you pull in in a large...moreWe camped here for two nights in Section E site 19 (Aug 20). The drive-in off highway 81 (exit 264) was simple and straight forward coming from the north passing through the town. On departure the GPS took us south onto highway 81 (Exit 257) to exit and we bypassed the town.Check in is located on the right as you pull in in a large parking lot. We were escorted to our campsite by one of the campground staff which was a nice touch. Our site was large and very level back in site. Site had good power, water and sewer. This site had the sewer flush to the ground which was super nice and allowed for good drainage when the time came to take care of black and gray tanks. On the power utility box there was a cable hook up but the cable did not work. The site had a good amount of shade. Due to Covid the pandemic the store and the pool where closed. The cavern tour was still going on with limited numbers per group. We enjoyed the tour which was $15, normally $20 but for campground guests they gave a discount. The tour lasted slightly over an hour which was nice and refreshing with the interior temp around 55 compared to the upper 90s outside the cavern. There were nice wide hiking and biking trails that were nicely maintained. Even had a classic car show on the Saturday evening we were there.Only complaint was our one neighbor partied into the night and were not considerate of those around them. Besides this small issue the campground was perfect. We will definitely be back in the future.

  • Area Guides Avatar Emie
    Pretty campground but an uncomfortable visit for us

    Reviewed 10/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: E 26

    Well, they say they are big rig friendly but I’m not so sure. Maybe if you stay in the lower section it would be easier. We were in the upper section and it was tight dodging boulders and tree branches. The ground was soft so we sunk a bit moving around the interior gravel roads. Also, we had to jockey to avoid one tree when we left. ...moreWell, they say they are big rig friendly but I’m not so sure. Maybe if you stay in the lower section it would be easier. We were in the upper section and it was tight dodging boulders and tree branches. The ground was soft so we sunk a bit moving around the interior gravel roads. Also, we had to jockey to avoid one tree when we left. Luckily the car was not hooked up yet so we could back up. It is a pretty campground with tiered sites lined with big rocks. There is nice spacing and some privacy depending on the site. Our gravel site was long and pretty level. There are lots of trees and lots of branches falling. Several fell on top of our MH and one sounded like a bomb going off. Of course, it was 10:00 at night so we investigated in our PJs. Luckily, it didn’t damage anything. It was very quiet at night. The exit is through a rock arch that is 13’ 9”. Scary for us so we opted to go through the parking lot instead. WII FI was not available in our site. Verizon was 4g 3 bars so we were able to use our hot spot. We did not have satellite in our site but friends got it in E27. Most sites have too many trees for satellite to work. Most likely would not return here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rafiki
    Would return

    Reviewed 2/8/2020

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    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: C40

    Large shady sites that are fairly level and provide good privacy. Gravel on access roads and sites cut into fairly steep hillsides, but navigable for big rigs. It rained every day in the afternoon so dust was minimal. The caves would not be a compelling reason to visit here in my opinion but the quiet, unspoiled countryside around is. ...moreLarge shady sites that are fairly level and provide good privacy. Gravel on access roads and sites cut into fairly steep hillsides, but navigable for big rigs. It rained every day in the afternoon so dust was minimal. The caves would not be a compelling reason to visit here in my opinion but the quiet, unspoiled countryside around is. Some stiff hikes around the hillside, be sure to bring insect repellant. The paved road in here is fairly narrow so wouldn’t recommend arriving after dark.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Sweet Breezes
    Nice Campground - very steep section E - dusty roads

    Reviewed 24/7/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: E50

    We camped at this location for two nights in section E, site 50. We exited I-81 at exit 257 and took US-11 to Endless Caverns Dr. US-11 is a good road and not hilly; while Endless Caverns Rd is more narrow and it is 2 miles to the campground/caverns office. Upon arrival you make a right turn into the large parking lot in front of the m...moreWe camped at this location for two nights in section E, site 50. We exited I-81 at exit 257 and took US-11 to Endless Caverns Dr. US-11 is a good road and not hilly; while Endless Caverns Rd is more narrow and it is 2 miles to the campground/caverns office. Upon arrival you make a right turn into the large parking lot in front of the main entrance building, park to the far right, and check in at the office. (COVID-19 office is closed, communication occurs through window) You are given maps and the gate code for re-entry to the campground if you do any local shopping or sightseeing. The cavern tour is discounted for campers. Every camper is escorted by golf cart to their assigned site. The roads are all gravel and during our stay were very dry and dusty. When exiting the front parking lot to enter into the camping area there are steep hills and turns. Big rigs are able to maneuver the turns with careful driving. The climb up E section was steep as the whole section is cut into the hillside with terraced sites. We had a pull through, but observed many back-in sites that were very wide and level. The hookups were very good and our site was reasonably level. Every site has water, electric (20/30/50) and sewer. The entire campground is wooded and sites generally have shade trees. As others have mentioned, when exiting at the bottom of the hill there is a stone arch that is daunting for taller fifth wheels and motorhomes with no height signage. We chose to go around it when exiting. We camped here in July 2020 during the COVID-19 outbreak and almost all amenities were closed. Small groups were able to tour the caverns with masks. There are several hiking trails, which are challenging because of the elevation climb. Supermarkets are in Timberville, New Market has a few restaurants and small convenience shops - John Henry General Store was nice. If coming here for touring and staying awhile, we would recommend this campground. We wouldn't use it again for a quick night off the interstate.

  • Area Guides Avatar KnKFoster
    Quiet, Wooded Campground

    Reviewed 30/6/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: E49

    Check in process was easy, even with Covid and we were escorted to our site. We had a pull thru and had room to unhook our car at the site. The pool was closed, due to the virus and we didn’t use the facilities. But the staff was friendly and gave us site options for a return stay we had planned. The campground is hilly, but not to...moreCheck in process was easy, even with Covid and we were escorted to our site. We had a pull thru and had room to unhook our car at the site. The pool was closed, due to the virus and we didn’t use the facilities. But the staff was friendly and gave us site options for a return stay we had planned. The campground is hilly, but not too many tight turns. Some loops looked easier to navigate than others. Most sites are tiered and provide some distance between rigs. Nice fire pit at each site. We are looking forward to a return, and longer, visit.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lemondrop2020
    Beautiful sites!

    Reviewed 22/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    We loved it! We will definitely camp here again!

  • Area Guides Avatar BluesmanG
    Nice campground

    Reviewed 28/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $48

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: C-1

    We stayed here for a break from our trip south. Campground is very rolling and hilly but this did not prove to be a problem. Our site was large enough for accommodating another 43’er as well! Most site are well separated and large. Full hook ups make for flexibility in your stay. Staff was terrific. We enjoyed the cavern tour while her...moreWe stayed here for a break from our trip south. Campground is very rolling and hilly but this did not prove to be a problem. Our site was large enough for accommodating another 43’er as well! Most site are well separated and large. Full hook ups make for flexibility in your stay. Staff was terrific. We enjoyed the cavern tour while here. Would definitely come back. New Market Battlefield Museum made for a good day. Suggest coming into campground from the south side. If you exit on the north, getting onto art 11 requires a tight right hand turn in downtown New Market. This was tough given our length. Walmart Supercenter and Food Lion in Timberville. All other major retail in Harrisonburg.

  • Area Guides Avatar Photosbyjeni
    Great sites

    Reviewed 7/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: C9

    We didn’t use all of the facilities but it was a beautiful spot and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Will come back to enjoy the resort including the caverns. We used it to have a spot for our fifth wheel and went motorcycle riding around the area. They say the sunsets are magnificent but it was cloudy during our stay.

  • Area Guides Avatar 6krayzs
    Quiet mountain campground

    Reviewed 11/6/2019

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: E33

    We stayed in early June. The pool had just opened and it was COLD! Our campsite was large enough to accommodate our 38’ travel trailer, tow vehicle, and extra car with no problems. There were many, many larger rigs at the campground. In spite of the campground being at almost capacity, you couldn’t tell. It was quiet. When it gets dark...moreWe stayed in early June. The pool had just opened and it was COLD! Our campsite was large enough to accommodate our 38’ travel trailer, tow vehicle, and extra car with no problems. There were many, many larger rigs at the campground. In spite of the campground being at almost capacity, you couldn’t tell. It was quiet. When it gets dark, it gets really dark. The trees keep you shaded nicely and we didn’t need to use our a/c at all. The laundry leaves a bit to be desired for larger families, but doesn’t cost much. $1.50 to wash, $1.50 to dry. Get change at the store because they don’t have a change machine in the bathhouse. The bathhouse is a WiFi hotspot, though. We greatly enjoyed the guided tour of the caverns. It seems expensive, but there’s a discount for campground guests and it’s worth every penny. Watch out for daddy longleg spiders after dark, though! They live in the stone retaining walls and come out in droves when twilight hits.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tom and Earl (the Springer)
    Convenient stop on I-81

    Reviewed 8/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $61

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: E34

    Earl and I were on a string of one-night stopovers during our return trip to Florida and chose Endless Caverns in New Market, Virginia as a place to spend the night. For these kind of stops, I often prefer a pull-through site (easy in and out and I don’t have to unhitch). Every few days I like to have an on-site sewer connection. Endle...moreEarl and I were on a string of one-night stopovers during our return trip to Florida and chose Endless Caverns in New Market, Virginia as a place to spend the night. For these kind of stops, I often prefer a pull-through site (easy in and out and I don’t have to unhitch). Every few days I like to have an on-site sewer connection. Endless Caverns offered all of this at the somewhat steep price of $61 for site E34. The drive-in from the US Route 11 was beautiful. Exactly what I remembered country roads in Virginia to be like from growing up there. The camp hosts were friendly and I was promptly escorted to the site which was level in the central area. All was good. But there was a weird aspect to this park. Maybe it was that we stayed there on the Wednesday after Labor Day weekend. In any case, it was certainly not crowded. In our section it seemed as though only 10%, or so, of the sites were occupied. I don’t know the reason. Maybe price was a factor. Maybe it was a post-holiday weekend lull. Since we were there only overnight, I didn’t try any of the amenities. There is no wi-if to my knowledge, or at least it was not mentioned at check-in. Cell service on ATT was good. Earl and I would consider staying here again if traveling this part of Virginia, but we would probably look at other options.

  • Area Guides Avatar Venerable Vagabond
    Very nice campground with many nearby attractions

    Reviewed 5/7/2017

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    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: B-57

    Endless Caverns is a very nice rustic campground with many large sites. Some are tucked back in matures trees and others are more open, so there is something for everyone. We are a big rig and had no problems getting into and around the campground. They provide a follow-me escort to get you to your site safely and efficiently--a nice p...moreEndless Caverns is a very nice rustic campground with many large sites. Some are tucked back in matures trees and others are more open, so there is something for everyone. We are a big rig and had no problems getting into and around the campground. They provide a follow-me escort to get you to your site safely and efficiently--a nice perk when maneuvering a large RV. Endless Caverns is close to Shenandoah National Park, Civil War museums, caverns for you spelunkers, and several towns with essential amenities. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again when we're back in this area.

  • Area Guides Avatar John and Pam
    Nice stop for the night or as a destination with the family!

    Reviewed 9/7/2015

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    Nightly rate: $23

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: E40

    We only used the park for a nightly stop over as we traveled I-81, but this park would be a great destination stop. The park is also home to the Endless Caverns. Visitors to the RV Park get a $5 discount on the cavern tour tickets. Our price reflects the one night Passport America fee. The park is wooded but does have open spots whe...moreWe only used the park for a nightly stop over as we traveled I-81, but this park would be a great destination stop. The park is also home to the Endless Caverns. Visitors to the RV Park get a $5 discount on the cavern tour tickets. Our price reflects the one night Passport America fee. The park is wooded but does have open spots where you can get satellite. It reminds us more of a state park with large sites and plenty of space between neighbors. Sites are tiered up the hill. We were escorted to our site and our guide stopped to make sure all was fine. Many of the sites are not level but large enough that you can move around to get level. Sites are FHU and have cable. They have a beautiful zero-entry swimming pool with a mushroom splash area for children. The pool is one of the nicest we've seen at a park. It located behind the Rec Center away from the camping sites and surrounded by the woods. There is a large deck with tables and chairs, as well as, recliners. The Rec room has a huge flat screen TV where movies are shown and large open space that would accommodate large gathering. There are many hiking trails from the campground including one up to the Endless Caverns sign which is lit Thursday thru Sunday where you can hike and watch the sunset. We would stay here again if traveling in the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar DaveSher
    Close to I-81 and beautiful landscaping

    Reviewed 5/5/2015

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    Nightly rate: $19

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: C5

    We stopped due to the park proximity to I-81 in Shenandoah Valley, Va. The park was convenient for a one night stopover for us and we almost immediately began planning a return trip to explore and enjoy this RV Park over more days. The young man who greeted us and the one escorted us to our site were both pleasant and friendly. The che...moreWe stopped due to the park proximity to I-81 in Shenandoah Valley, Va. The park was convenient for a one night stopover for us and we almost immediately began planning a return trip to explore and enjoy this RV Park over more days. The young man who greeted us and the one escorted us to our site were both pleasant and friendly. The check-in was quick and we were in our site in no time. The escort (David) suggested several options for making an easy swing to position for the back-in site and left it up to me which option suited me best. Helpful, yet not pushy. The landscaping at each site was really well done; rocks outlining each site, all sites and roads stoned. Wifi was very fast (2 park networks), but probably due to so few people in the park (off season and a weekday).Pool looked very nice, but wasn't open yet. Recreation Room had a NASCAR theme and looked like it would be fun for the kids. Huge television in there and some arcade games. All 3 bathrooms were clean and looked recently remodeled and tiled. We stayed in a popup camper and the $19 price above reflects Passport America discount along with midweek and back-in rates.

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