A campground built on the side of a mountain – a Blue Ridge Mountain. The climb is not a problem and we have seen all manner of motorhomes, trailers and toads come and go.
The sites are graveled, fairly level and all have 30/50A, water and sewer connections. No cable but a good antenna brings in the major network TV stations. Free Wi-Fi is available near the shower building. There is also a nice pool and a catch & release fishing pond.
Most sites are pull-throughs and all have a picnic table and fire ring. Check-in at the office was pleasant and personable and first-timers are led to their site by a hostess that has a trailer in the campground.
Nice shower facility and a coin operated laundry. There is a gate with code access making it a safe as well as a tranquil stopover. Campers receive a discount on the cave tour. Town is approximately 4 miles away with restaurants – including Mexican and Chinese – and service stations.
We had lunch at the Jalisco Mexican Restaurant on the Historic Main Street of New Market among its several antique, art and Civil War memorabilia shops. Many items to choose from on the menu and our choices were prepared well and were tasty. Not the best Mexican we have found and definitely not the worst.
Endless Caverns is well worth a visit, especially if you enjoy caves!
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