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'A Tent-camping Campground'
Rates: $8.00 per person per night plus 4.5% sales tax (Children under 8 are free)
Group Rates--Mid-week (non-holiday)--for church, school and scouts-$4.00 per person per night plus 4.5% sales tax.
Sites: We have 25 wooded sites that each have a picnic table and fire ring. The sites are setup for 10 people/site for group camping. A few sites in the pines are perfect for the one or two tent group. (No electric at sites and no dump facilities)
Facilities: There are restrooms, hot water showers, firewood for sale, a small camp store and pay phone at the Shenandoah River Outfitters where canoeing, kayaking, rafting and tubing rentals are available. There are cabin rentals in area. Check our listing for our Bella Vista Cottage and Shenandoah River Cabins.
Rules and Regulations: Quiet Time from 11 PM to 7 AM.
1) no shouting, loud music or other loud noise after 11 PM
2) no fireworks or noise makers any time
3) no intoxication from alcohol or drugs--Virginia laws to be obeyed
4)Violators have been asked to leave and/or not to return in the future
The Page County Board of Supervisors have now passed a noise ordinance that does not allow for any loud noise to be heard beyond the boundaries of the property. Due to the geography of the area, the campground is like a stage in an amphitheater with the neighborhood of over 100 homes and families being the unfortunate audience. We do not want our neighbors to be disturbed by our campground. We also do not want the sheriffs office visiting the campground and giving tickets to the noise makers.
We are a friendly campground that strives for a quiet, calm environment where people can have a good nights rest.
We will enforce our rules and if noise and unacceptable behavior continues after 11 PM, the entire group --not just the perpetrator--will be removed from the campground at that time with no refund.
There are other areas where you can camp if your group is one that likes to blow off steam, party late, etc. There is George Washington National Forest nearby and also other campgrounds in the area.
Location: Camp OutBack is located behind Shenandoah River Outfitter's Store in an area that borders on George Washington National Forest -Lee Ranger District. The Shenandoah River is a short quarter mile walk from Camp OutBack for fishing and wading, or just relaxing. Within one-half mile is a 10 acre lake in the G.W. National Forest. Hiking trails are within 6-15 miles for organized trails, two miles for more rugged trails. Horseback riding is within 8 to 25 miles away. The Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive is within 25 minutes. Luray Caverns and Antique Car museum is within 15 minutes. Civil war sites are within 30 minutes. Antiquing, shopping and dining are within 15 minutes in the quaint town of Luray and surrounding area.
Directions: From Luray, VA from the intersection of Rt 340 Bus and Rt 211 Bus., go north on 340N.Bus 200 yards, turn left on Mechanic St (Rt 675), follow 4 miles (name changes to Bixler's Ferry Rd.) and cross the Shenandoah River. Turn right on South Page Valley Road (Rt 684) for 6.5 miles to Shenandoah River Outfitter's Store. Sign in at Store or with campground attendants. Camp OutBack is directly behind Store 200 yards.
Open: From April to mid-November. (Cabins are open year round and located 1 to 7 miles from Outfitters and Camp OutBack.)
Reservations: Call (800) 6CANOE2 or (540) 743-4159 at Shenandoah River Outfitter's between 8 AM - 5 PM
or write 6502 S. Page Valley Road, Luray, VA 22835. Request Reservations ONLINE Now!
mail to: Shenandoah River Outfitters