Heavenly Acres Campground
2010 Madison Road
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 18
Tents Allowed: Yes
Welcome to Heavenly Acres Campground!
We are located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, one-half hours drive north of Charlottesville, Virginia, and two hours south-west of Washington D.C.
Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, our family campground offers 80 acres of Virginia woods.
The beautiful Skyline Drive is only fifteen minutes away along with the Shenandoah National Park, Jefferson's Monticello, numerous antique stores, vineyards, caverns, historical sites and battlefields.
We enjoy eighty acres of Virginia woods and fields abundant with wildlife. Our tent sites are wooded and generous.
We can accommodate RVs easily with pull-through sites. We have two camping (standard)cabins and four premium cabins available for rental. For group camping, we have a large separate field area or extra large tent sites. For a unique camping experience try one of our renovated train cabooses!
Our sites are generous and our hospitality contagious.
From the Washington DC Area (2 hours):
Take 66W to RT 29 south. Continue on 29S to Madison. At the fourth traffic light (Sheetz Gas Station) in Madsion, turn right on to RT 230. Go 8.8 miles and Heavenly Acres Campground is on the left.
From the Richmond Area (1 hour 45 minutes):
Take I-64 to exit 136 (Gordonsville). Turn right (15N) to Gordonsville. At circle, take 33W to Stanardsville (33 business), turn right on to RT 230 and Heavenly Acres Campground is 2 miles on the right.
From the Charlottesville Area:
Take 29N to Ruckersville. Take 33W (turn left) to Stanardsville (33 business), then take RT 230 (turn right) and Heavenly Acres Campground is 2 miles on the right.
From the Fredericksburg Area (1 hour 20 minutes:
Take State Road 3 west to RT 20S to US 33W to Ruckersville. Stay on 33W to Stanardsville (33 business) and turn right onto RT 230. Stay on RT 230 and Heavenly Acres Campground is 2 miles on the right.
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