Cold Sulphur Springs Campground has sites available for Instant Book. When you select Instant Book, your reservation will be automatically approved.
Any non-Instant Book sites will still require campground approval.
Looking to get away? Come stay with us! Nestled in the small town of Goshen, Virginia, you’ll find us at the Historic Cold Sulphur Springs Campground. We offer RV and tent camping both on a daily and seasonal basis. Our camping season is from April 1st - December 31st.
Our campground has access to a beautiful, pristine pond and acres of woods making it a prime spot for fishing and hunting.
*For generations, our campground has been home to hunters, and we embrace the opportunity to honor that tradition. During hunting season (October-December), target practice and shooting will be held on Sundays from 3-6 PM at the dam. Please avoid the lake and lake area during shooting time. The road is safe to use to access the campground. Practice is limited to monthly and seasonal campers.*
The Historic Cold Sulphur Springs Campground dates back to at least the mid-late 1800s, when it was a large, flourishing resort frequented by travelers from near and far. In its heyday, the resort bustled with more than 250 guests who often spent entire summers there playing croquet and enjoying orchestra concerts at the hotel dance hall. They would arrive at the Goshen train station and be brought to the resort by horse and buggy, greeted with ice cold lemonade. Those who visited Cold Sulphur Springs, doctors especially, attributed miraculous medicinal benefits to the water, recommending it as a cure for a variety of ailments and encouraging patients to visit. The Goshen Land and Improvement company even used these testimonials as a marketing tool to attract visitors, claiming “The Cold Sulphur Springs is pronounced by leading physicians and chemists as the finest water in the state. We have in our possession testimonies from leading physicians north and south to that effect.”
However, the 1900s brought the onset of World War I and the advent of the automobile, allowing Americans to travel freely to a variety of locations without the need to summer for months at one resort. These factors caused the hotel at Cold Sulphur Springs to lose patrons and eventually meet its demise through fire and other means of destruction.
Today, the grounds provide a simpler kind of hospitality. Cold Sulphur Springs is a place for travelers from all walks of life to camp, fish, swim, boat, hike, and more. While little remains of the old hotel, the historic Spring House is still in tact at the campground, as are some remnants of original building foundations.
We invite you to explore the wonder that is the Historic Cold Sulphur Springs Campground and see the beauty that lies within.
Our RV sites offer 120 Amps. Please bring your own 30/50 Amps adapter.
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Be respectful of all campers. Cold Sulphur Springs Campground is a welcoming property open to all looking to enjoy the outdoors. Anyone exhibiting discriminatory behavior will be asked to leave the property and will not be issued a refund.
The only flags permitted to be flown on the property are the American flag and the State of Virginia flag.
Quiet hours are from 11 PM-7 AM. If campers are making loud noise after 11 PM, they may be asked to leave the property and will not be issued a refund. If you must drive on the campgrounds after 11 PM, please be considerate of other campers as you make your way to your designated campsite.
Campsites are to be kept tidy. Campers are responsible for the appearance of their campsites.
Use of ATVs and trail bikes are permitted for long-term campers, but not for nightly guests.
The camper who made the reservation is responsible for their guests. Should a guest cause any damage to the campground property, the camper will be held accountable for any cost of repair.
Campers may fish for free.
Back-in RV Sites
There is great hiking in the area. Check out the Goshen Pass, Douthat State Park, and more!