Fredericksburg / Washington DC S. KOA
Civil War buffs have a field day near this quiet countryside spot in the woods near I-95. Four of the war's most significant historic battles were fought here. Marked paths and roadways, audiovisual aids and tours help fill in the details as you walk or drive along the battlefields. Scores of original Colonial buildings have been preserved from the 18th and 19th centuries in the town of Fredericksburg, which was George Washington's boyhood home. Kings Dominion amusement park, championship golf courses and lots of great shopping lie within a half-hours drive. Washington, D.C. is about an hour north. Easy access to VRE or Metro trains, that head into the heart of the capital, where tours are available. So come and check in for some history. George Washington slept here, why not you? Rates are higher July 23 - August 5.
|Name||Fredericksburg / Washington DC S. KOA|
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|Facilities||- Drink Water - Dump Station - Flush Toilet - Playground - Showers - Store - Swimming Pool|
|Operational Season||n/a to n/a|
|Rating||Campground has not been rated.|
|Nearby Town||Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States|
Between two I-95 exits. Southbound Exit 126, south 4 miles on US 1, left 607. Northbound Exit 118, left to US 1, north 4 miles on US 1, right on 607.
|Latitude||38.16481769 degrees / 38° 9.889' / 38° 9' 53.34"|
|Longitude||-77.4767795205 degrees / -77° 28.607' / -77° 28' 36.41"|