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Top Kid-Friendly Campgrounds

With the cost of family vacations rising, one affordable alternative is to reserve a campsite at a state or national park. Whether you pitch a tent or rent a cabin, at these campsites you'll have a low-cost base of operations for outdoor activities like swimming and hiking. Reservations can be made online at www.reserveamerica.com.

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Pocahontas State Park (Virginia)


Pocahontas State Park is an easy, 20-mile drive from bustling Richmond, Virginia. Visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, boating, and much more along several miles of trails and two equally stunning bodies of water: Beaver Lake and Swift Creek.

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