It is located in Centreville, VA, about 35 miles west of Washington, DC just off Route 66.
If you are a Civil War history buff, you'll find this very interesting National Park a couple of miles west of the campground.
Bull Run Regional Park Campground has large, pull through sites, both FHU,
and electric only, most recently upgraded to 20/30/50 amp boxes.
Here are some of the electric only pull through sites.
Another view of the electric only pull through sites.
The FHU sites are here all along one row:
You can also pick a more secluded site:
Even if you had a big rig.
There are two Comfort Stations complete with toilets, sinks, showers, washers and dryers.
If you don't have an RV, they have six air conditioned cabins.
And tent sites, too. Both individual and group sites like this one.
There is a "two-holer" dump site with tapered concrete towards the sewer holes.
Propane on site.
Fun stuff for the kids to do, too!
This is a great water park/pool area.
If you like hiking, there are great trails.
Zoe loves to camp with us and personally inspects each site's hookups.
However, if you want to watch satellite TV, you will need one of these. The whole campground is nestled between tall trees.
So there you have it, our favorite campground. If you MUST go, please don't reserve our favorite site, 129! You'll be fightin' me for it! :c)
Bull Run Regional Park
7700 Bull Run Drive
Centreville, VA 20121
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Hee hee... catchy blog title! We sure like the photos that followed. The nice wooded sites are to our liking too.ReplyDelete
I was serious. Of course, if you come, I'll make an exception...;c)ReplyDelete