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KOA Wytheville

Introduction

KOA Wytheville is located about a mile off Interstate 81 at exit 77 in Virginia. It’s in between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains. It features RV sites, tents, & cabins. This campground has a lot to do and it’s close to the interstate. This means you can either use it to get a good night’s rest (like we did) and get back on the road or spend a week or so and use it as a vacation spot. We used it as an overnight stop on our way to New York to visit family.

Entering The Campground

As you pull into the campground the office will be on your left. There will be a big building on your right side. The building houses a bowling and family fun center!!! It consists of a batting cage, arcade games, pool tables, skee ball, outdoor mini-golf, and the A-OK Cafe. We were traveling in the off-season so the building was closed during our visit.

After Hour Check-In

We arrived after hours but already had a reservation so our cabin key and map were left out for us. After getting our map and key we made our way to the cabin. It was a deluxe cabin with a small kitchen and full bathroom. It was neat and clean. We spent the night relaxing and watching TV.

The Next Day

The next morning we used the stove to make eggs and since we brought our Keurig we made coffee. Our Keurig comes everywhere with us…lol. After our showers, we loaded the truck and took a drive through the campground.

KOA Wytheville Site Map

Campground Layout

You can think of the campground layout as a long (up and down) rectangle. If you are at the office door looking away from it behind the fun center are the premium RV sites complete with a catch & release pond. The sites in the center are pull-through and the ones on the outskirts including near the pond are back-ins. There are also a few long-term sites there.

Behind The Office

Behind the office are the regular RV sites, cabins, and tent sites. All of the RV sites are full-hook-up sites. Near the back of the campground is a bathhouse with restrooms and showers. The sites looked fairly level. Nothing a leveling block or two couldn’t take care of. We did notice that a few sites seemed to have the sewer lines running uphill. The campground was very quiet at night.

Around The Office

Back to the office, it was stocked with the basics. On one side of the building was the pool. The other side housed restrooms, showers, and a laundry room. Across the street outside of the family fun center was a basketball court, volleyball court, cornhole, and a gaga ball court, whatever gaga ball is…lol. There was also a playground located here.

Date of Stay: 12/21/21-12/22/21
Site #: Cabin 40
Cost Per Night: $123.94 (With Value Card 10% Discount)

Our Review Summary

KOA Wytheville

Overall Appearance
Big Rig Friendly
Restrooms/Showers
Staff Friendliness
Park Road Conditions
Site Size Condition

Final Thoughts


We stayed in a deluxe cabin during our visit. The cabin was clean. During our trip around the park, we noticed the grounds and sites were clean and groomed. The park roads were dirt/gravel and the sites looked fairly level. After a long talk with one of the owners, we learned of proposed upgrades that were scheduled for this park. We also liked that it was far enough off the main road to get a peaceful and quiet night’s rest. If we were back in this area and needed an RV park, we would not hesitate to stay here.

4.4

Pros

  • Full Hook-Up Sites Available
  • Pull Through Sites
  • 30 & 50 Amp Sites Available
  • Tent Sites Available
  • Basic & Deluxe Cabins Available
  • Propane Tank Refills ($)
  • Pool
  • Fenced Dog Park
  • Laundry Room
  • Firewood Available ($)
  • Cable
  • Playground
  • Catch & Release Pond
  • Family Fun Center
  • “In Season” Activities

Cons

  • Spotty Wifi
  • Some Sites Tight

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2 thoughts on “KOA Wytheville”

  1. We stayed there for one night on our way south this winter and again on our way north. The staff there were so friendly. We didn’t really check out the park but what we saw seemed well taken care of.

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    • Maureen- The park was owned by a father and son. When we spoke to the son he was really nice and excited about some plans they had for the future. We would love to see this place in full swing!!!… Dennis

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