Camp On The Banks Of One Of The World’s Oldest Rivers At The New River Campground In Virginia

Did you know that one of the world’s very oldest river flows through Virginia? Don’t be fooled by its name; experts believe the New River is possibly the second-oldest in the world, with the Nile being the oldest. There are countless ways to enjoy this beautiful river, from canoeing to tubing, fishing, and hiking near it. Or, if you’re looking for a memorable experience for the whole family, you can camp right on the banks of the water. The New River Campground, located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina promises a truly remarkable camping experience with some of the state’s most beautiful scenery. Ready to pitch your tent?

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Ready to plan your getaway on the New River in Virginia? You can visit the official New River Campground & Canoe website for additional details, reservations, and availability. Happy camping!

Address: 3745 New River Pkwy, Independence, VA 24348, USA