With 3 frontcountry campgrounds, 1 backcountry campgrounds and 5 cabin camps, Prince William Forest Park is the premiere camping area in Northern Virginia. Only 35 miles south of Washington, DC, our forested campgrounds are a true outdoor experience close to our nation's capital. Campers must pay the park entrance fee. Valid National park passes accepted.
Oak Ridge Campground
Campers are charged antrance fee. Valid national park passes accepted. No hook-ups for RVs. Oak Ridge Campground is a 100-site campground with bathrooms, grills, picnic tables, and drive-up campsites. Both tents and RVs are welcome in Oak Ridge Campground, although there are no hook-ups for RVs, and RVs are restricted to 30 feet or less in length. For trailers, the length restriction is 26 feet. Leashed pets are welcome. No trailers or RVs are allowed in C Loop. It is tents only. Reservations are required for B and C Loop campsites in Oak Ridge Campground from late April to October 31. Make a reservation today on Recreation.gov. A-Loop is first come, first serve March through November. The campground is open March 1 to November 30.
Turkey Run Ridge Group Campground
Campers are charged an entrance fee. Valid national park passes accepted. Turkey Run Ridge Group Campground is a 9-site campground with bathrooms (no showers), grills and picnic tables. Sites hold a maximum of 25 to 40 people and parking is readily available. Alcohol and pets are prohibited at Turkey Run Ridge Group Campground. You can reserve your spot at Turkey Run Ridge Group Campground on Recreation.gov. No senior discounts apply to camping at Turkey Run.
Cabin Camps 1 through 5 host groups of 70 to 200 people for group camping. Cabin Camp 3 allows individuals and families to rent single cabins. Four of the five cabin camps are on the National Register of Historic Places. Cabin Campers are charged an entrance fee. Valid National park passes accepted.
Prince William Forest RV Campground
This is a concessionaire-run campground with full hook-ups for RVs, a pool, and laundry facility. Campers who choose to enter the rest of the park are charged the park entrance fee. Valid National park passes are accepted.
Chopawamsic Backcountry Area
The Chopawamsic Backcountry Area is an 8-site, hike-in/hike-out, backcountry campground. Each campsite holds only 2 tents and no campfires are allowed. Pets are also prohibited. Campers are charged an entrance fee. Valid National park passes accepted.
Last updated: October 11, 2018