Camping

Lunga Camping

Lunga Park offers beautiful camping year round. Campsites are scattered along the eastern shoreline overlooking or on the lake. Deer, raccoon, squirrel, and fox abound in the surrounding forest. Beaver swim the lake building huts at the water edge and a pair of eagles nest at the upper end during the winter. Watch the mist rise off the lake in the morning as the sun comes up and hear the geese honking their way to the south end each evening at sunset.


Reservations

Tent sites have orange numbers and are first come, first served, and cannot be reserved. Upon arrival at Lunga Park, select a site, pitch your tent, and then come to the General Store to make your payment. After hours procedures are located on the information board outside the store. About the only time tent sites fill up are on holiday weekends.

Improved sites can and should be reserved at the General Store or office in person or by phone, 703.784.5270. Check in at the General Store upon arrival, make your payment, then proceed to your reserved site, which will have a tag with your name on the number post. Please keep in mind this is not an RV park. You may need extra electrical cord, water hose, or sewer connection for these improved sites. Scope out the sewer port before you park, as these are onsite holding tanks that may need to be accessed. Lunga Park starts taking reservations for the summer season in February. There is no long-term camping or monthly rate. April - October stays are limited to 10 days per month. Extensions may be granted in the off season.


Family Camping

Three family camping areas include 26 tent sites and 19 improved sites for recreational vehicles sites. Each site has a picnic table and a fire ring with grill. Tent sites have close access to water spigots. Each area has a playground, fishing dock, horseshoe pits, volleyball court and outhouses. (Sorry, no showers.) You may bring your own boat or rent one of ours - please check boating rules first. Three areas have pavilions that may be used by reservation and payment.

  • The Oak Area has 5 tent sites, 2 partial hookup sites (30/50 amp electric/water) and
    2 full hookup sites (30/50 amp electric/water/ sewer). These sites are in the woods on the hillside overlooking the lake.
  • The Cedar Area has 8 tent sites, 4 partial hookup sites (30/50 amp electric/water) and 5 full hookup sites (30/50 amp electric/water/ sewer). Most of these sites are on the lake.
  • The Pine Area has 13 tent sites, 1 partial hookup site (30/50 amp electric/water) and 5 full hookup sites (30/50 amp electric/water/sewer) with 40-foot concrete pads. Most are on the lake.
  • New Cedar Area has 6 full hookup sites with 30/50 amp electric/water/sewer. These sites are in the woods overlooking the lake.

Camping is open to DoD (military AD, retired, family members, reserve, civilian at Quantico), FBI, and DEA Quantico. Family members under age 18 will be accompanied by an adult authorized user. All sites have a maximum occupancy of 6 persons/2 vehicles and a 10-day per month maximum stay.


Group Camping

Recognized, organized youth groups may camp at Lunga Park in the Group Camping areas. Reservations are required. Payment is to be made upon arrival (before camp is set up) in the General Store or office . Camping is allowed only in designated goup areas and fires are allowed only in established fire rings. There are no showers. Group campers are expected to utilize the dumpsters in each area for trash disposal.

Payment is made no later than 1 week prior to camp out.

Group Camping Information

  • Group I Area will accommodate up to 90 persons. There are 3 portajons
    and 1 water spigot. Campsites are located lakeside and across the road in the woods.
  • Group II Area (Hickory Area) will accommodate up to 100 persons. There are 2 outhouses and 2 portajons and 1 water spigot. Group II camping is in the woods about 500 yards from the lake. There is a pavilion in the Hickory area. Groups must reserve and pay for the use of this pavilion. If another party is using the pavilion, it is expected that camping groups will refrain from passing through the pavilion area.
  • Single Group Area is the only individual group area accommodating up to fifty (50) campers with limited parking. There is one (1) portajon and nearest water is across the road in New Cedar Area. There is a flat fee of $25.00 per night.

Camping Rates

(per night)
MILITARY
DoD CIVILIAN

Water/Sewer/Elect 30/50amp Hookup

$21.00

$26.00

Water/Elect 30/50amp Hookup

$16.00

$21.00

Tent

$ 7.00

$11.00

Youth, Group camping $3 per person