MD - Greenbrier State Park

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  1. Breadbox

    Breadbox Volvo powered

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    We went to Greenbrier for the weekend and had a great time. We stayed in the Cedar Loop (the one with power) and had a nice, level site with a picnic table and fire ring. The sites are wide and deep, with a gravel surface, and nicely terraced into a hill. The bath houses are newish but only OK as far as cleanliness goes, at least with the free showers; the toilets were fine. The spring-fed lake was clean and pretty, with fill sand making a beach that extends into the water. Nearby was restrooms and a snack bar as well as many picnic tables (which were all filled). The only drawback at the lake were the 150 dB announcements broadcast around the lake on gigantic air-raid style speakers on poles. Each evening there was something happening for the family at the amphitheater in B-Loop. Friday night, they showed The Lion King and had popcorn and drinks. Saturday night, there was an ice-cream social followed by presentation by the Park's senior ranger about the trip she took to Africa in 2009, where she climbed Kilimanjaro and went on a safari.
     
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    hvac1877 Old Dominion Iron Chefs Highland Springs, Va

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    we are thinking of heading up there in Septemeber. Is all the sites pretty wooded and shaded?
     
  3. CollegeTchr

    CollegeTchr New Member

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    Sites at Greenbrier are beautiful. Lots of shade. Cedar loop is the only one with electricity if you need it.
     

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