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The Manor House, our 3-bedroom original farm house features a spiral staircase with a grand view of our beautiful lake through a two-story picture window. Built in 1823 as a log cabin, the Manor House, steeped in history, was used in 1864 as a field hospital in the battle of Trevilian Station – the largest all-calvary battle of the Civil War. With antiques on display in every room, down to the old wood-burning kitchen stove, the Manor House delivers a sensory experience with modern amenities. Refurbished chinked log walls show at two levels of the house. The house was renovated in 1996 to provide a modern kitchen, a bathroom, and a third bedroom with bunk beds. The two bedrooms upstairs contain a king and a queen bed. Behind the Manor House is an 8-room bathhouse to serve not only campers but guests of the Manor House. High speed internet and DirecTV are provided.
Manor House: Sleeps 8 (King Bed in Private Bedroom, Queen Bed in Private Bedroom, Twin Bunk Beds (75″ End to End) in Bunk Room, 2 Full-Sized Pull-Out Couches in Living Area), Bathroom, Shower, Kitchen, DirecTV

Manor House At A Glance

Campground Amenities At A Glance

  • Check-In At 3:00pm
  • Check-Out at 12:00pm
  • Kitchen Utensils Included
  • Fire Pit
  • Private Furnished Deck
  • Standing Charcoal Grill
  • WIFI
  • Clean Bathhouses
  • Convenience Camp Store
  • Laundry Facility
  • Campground-Wide WIFI
  • Weekly Activities
  • Helpful & Friendly Staff