West Virginia may be known as The Mountain State, but Virginia more than holds its own when it comes to the great outdoors.
Touching both the mountains and the ocean, Virginia has endless opportunities for outdoor fun. When you’re not kayaking down the James River or snapping wildlife photos in the Shenandoah Valley, the cities of Old Dominion offer a mix of history and contemporary culture to rival anything in the southeast. Richmond’s food scene is renowned throughout the region, while the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, American Civil War Museum and The Poe Museum are all world-class attractions. Check out the best of Virginia’s indoors and outdoors by pitching a tent at one of these campsites.