Dixie Caverns Campground, Salem, VA
Dixie Caverns is a overnighters place. It is just off I-81 at Exit 132
in Salem, VA. Dixie caverns has gravel pull thru sites that are not
even close to level.
We stayed there a week and the cost was around
$185. The sites are full hook up so no complaint there.
There was not
a lot of grass to be had in the whole park. There was no playground
equipment anywhere near the park and once again no grass open field
for the kids to play in.
The staff was helpful and friendly. They did
have a little flea market on site and there were the Dixie Caverns. If
you are staying at the park there is a super discount to the caverns -
I'd do it. They were really neat.
Bathrooms were locked with a code to
get in. The bathrooms were kinda outdated. There was no where to hang
your clothes or get out of the wet. There was also no soap or hand
dryers or paper towels in the bathroom.
Wifi was pretty fast when it
There was no laundry onsite either.
The laundry in the area
also did not have good reviews. We drove about a half an hour to get
laundry with decent reviews.http://www.dixiecaverns.com/camping.html