Campsite Review: Rudds Creek Campground is located east of Clarksville Virginia. Rudds Creek Campground is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers on the east side of the Rudds Creek arm on the north side of John H. Kerr Reservoir. The nearest city big enough to have the most services is Raleigh, North Carolina. Rudds Creek Campground has easy access and a boat launch on Kerr Reservoir. The campground has 100 sites for RV and tents (73 sites with electric and water) with lake access for fishing.
We really like camping at Rudds Creek Campground.
Website: Rudds Creek Campground
Online Reservations: recreation. gov
Phone Number: 434-738-8827 Reservations: 877-444-6777
Address: 16064 US 58, Boydton VA 23917
The campground is located off U.S. Highway 58 east of Interstate 85 on the north side of John H. Kerr Reservoir east of Clarksville, Virginia.
Link to Google Map for the area: Rudds Creek Campground
Dates stayed: July 26 – August 1st, 2021
Check-out time 3 pm, arrivals 4 pm.
Comfort: during our stay, most days were hot and sunny with one thunderstorm. Temperatures varied between 75 – 93F. The temperature at sunrise was usually in the high seventy-degree range.
Season: All Year
Price Paid: $14.00 per night. Here is a link to the article I wrote on how I get such a low price. FoxRVTravel-Snippet: America The Beautiful Pass
Our Site: #39 back in (five scattered pull-through sites in the campground)
Hook-ups: Electric and water hookups. sites 27-98
Dump station: Yes
Potable Water: Yes
Water to fill your RV storage tank: Yes
Cell service: Verizon – strong signal / AT&T – weak signal
Campsite Review: Rudds Creek Campground, insider info:
All the sites in Rudds Creek Campground are pretty good. They are all in the trees with good shade. Summer temperatures are hot. In late July, we ran at least one of our air conditioners all day and well into the night.
Sites 55-99 along the water in the south loop are the very best sites. Sites in the inside of the south loop are average. Sites 72 – 77 have the best access to the water. Sites in the south loop are closer together than some of the sites in the other loops.
Sites 30- 46 are close to the water with good access to the shoreline. These were occupied so we couldn’t walk them to determine the best ones.
Some sites have shared driveways with the neighboring site. All sites and driveways fit RVs and cars nicely. Most of the sites have additional parking for additional vehicles and boat trailers.
All parking areas are on gravel with pine straw next to the site, all sites had a picnic table.
John H. Kerr Reservoir is the reason to be here. For the most part, the campground is quiet and so is the reservoir except on weekends.
That is our campsite review of Rudds Creek Campground. Here is our link to our interactive map. Campsite Reviews