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Dixie Caverns, Salem

3.8
#34 of 68 in Nature in Virginia
Cave Nature / Park
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  • You get what you pay for. Very good price for the area. Small sites - actually our neighbor's slideout about touched our awning. Sites are dirt and grass and can get a little wet. Convenient to the in...  more »
  • We came for the campground, which has nice long sites, but they are very close together. We agree with the other low rating regarding shower house. There us no way we would use them. The store area is...  more »
  • We were in town to visits family and go to a concert in Roanoke... We have seen this place several times from 81 while traveling back and forth...decided this time to pull the camper up and stay rathe...  more »
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  • We stayed two nights at Dixie Caverns in February 2017. The staff were very helpful. We have 4 dogs. They willingly set us up in a spot away from most campers which is what we asked them to do. The site was level and it was easy to negotiate the roads We will stay there again as it is in an area that is a reasonable distance for a first stop on any trip we schedule.
  • Cavern tour was pretty cool. Interesting formations and paths. Different from some other Virginia caves in that it's mostly stair climbing, as opposed to walking on packed earth.
  • Stayed one night on our way through VA to TN. Staff is friendly, rest rooms and showers were very clean.Traffic from the highway was audible but not horrible in our RV. I imagine in a tent would be much noisier. We didn't have time for any exploring or shopping in the park or area. Park is small and there are quite a few full time residents but was well kept. Cable TV and wifi included with price although wifi was in and out. Overall nice stay for our money.
  • Completely unique attraction. Great for kids and adults. Quick but entertaining tour. Good if you're on a budget and a cool gift shop and antique store.
  • The campground is neat, functional and clean, although a little packed. The view it's beautiful because it's right next to a hill, but it's also right next to the freeway.