Camp at Low Water Bridge Campground, located in the scenic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
Go tubing and fishing in the winding Shenandoah River.
Relax on the shore and watch canoes float by.

Convenience Store 60 Campsites Riverfront Sites

Family Camping 

   Rental Cabins    Rest Rooms With
Hot Water Showers
Electric Sites

RV Dump Station

RV & Tent Camping
Playground Click here to visit
Facebook page

Groups Welcome!

Rental Tubes Available


Rates    •    Things to Bring    •    Directions    •    Contact Us

 Photo Gallery    •   Local Weather Forecast   •   Rules      Site Map

Rates :

Cabins: $55 per night for 2 adults/add $7.00 dollars for each additional adult.

Electric Sites: $37 dollars per night for 2 adults/add $7.00 dollars for each additional adult.

Riverfront Sites: $31dollars per night for 2 adults/add $7.00 dollars for each additional adult.

NonRiverfront Sites: $25 dollars per night for 2 adults/add $7.00 dollars for each additional adult.

Children 10 - 16: $5.00 per person per night.

Children under 10 years old Free.

Group Rates:  $8.00 per person per night (in group area) Contact office for details.

To reserve: You must pay a non-refundable deposit of one nights stay.

 Phone: 540-635-7277                 Email:  

Things to Bring
Insect Repellent Sunscreen River Shoes Fishing Poles
Tubes or Canoes Picnic Canopy Your Smile & a Song


    From Washington D.C., take interstate 66 West to Front Royal, exit #13. Follow Rt. 55 West to Front Royal, turn left (south) on Rt. 340. Go about 10 miles to Bentonville, turn right on Rt. 613 (Indian Hollow Road.) Go 1 mile, cross the low-water bridge -go about 600 ft.- and turn right. Campground Office is the first building on the right, the building with the bright red roof.

Photo Gallery

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Site Map

Visit our Friends

Visit our Friends upriver.


Contact Us

Low water bridge campground
192 Panhandle Road
Bentonville, VA 22610
Phone : (540) 635-7277
Fax : (540) 635-9606



Campground Rules

    Speed limit 5 mph throughout the campground. Drive slowly within the campground, children are playing and other campers don't want to eat your dust.

   All children must be in the supervision of an adult.

   All pets must be kept on a leash and cannot be a bother to other campers. Do not tie your pets or anything else to our trees.

    Trash cannot be left on campsites. Put your trash in bags and place your trash bags in the trash bins located throughout the campground. (trash bags will be provided)

   If you are going to be away from your campsite for any length of time, please tell someone in the office. (this is for your protection)

    Respect the quiet time of 11pm to 7am.

 •  No ATV riding in the campground. (no mini bikes, four wheelers, dirt bikes etc.)

    Visitors coming to see you must check in at the office. (there is a day fee for visitors and a limit to how long they may stay)

  Campfires are allowed only in the fire rings. (no bonfires)

   If you become disruptive or annoy other campers you will be asked by a campground employee to correct your behavior. If you have to be asked twice to tone down the noise or correct your behavior, you will be asked to leave. If you are asked to leave, there will be no refund of your money.

   Only one car per campsite. If you have more than one car we will gladly direct you to a parking area.

    Observe and obey all signs posted throughout the campground. They are there for your protection.


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