More Reasons to Love Chesapeake Bay In 2019

February 19, 2019

Gorgeous arial view of community pool with sunset in background

See What’s New at Chesapeake Bay KOA in 2019

 

There’s a lot to love about Chesapeake Bay KOA, including a stretch of private beach, two pools, and stunning sunsets. In 2019 there will be even more reasons to love the waterfront campground on Virginia’s Eastern Shore thanks to new upgrades.

In addition to RV sites, cabins, and safari tents, Chesapeake Bay KOA will be adding rental RVs in 2019. Campers considering investing in an RV will be able to try it before they buy it inYoung couple sitting beside campfire talking with RV in background these fully equipped rigs and first-time campers can get a taste of RV life.

For dedicated campers, there are new deluxe seasonal sites. Blue Water Premier Seasonal Sites come with amenities like decks, cabanas with electricity, gravel pads, golf cart charging stations and stone fire pits. All of those amenities are in addition to seasonal camper perks like exclusive parties and discounts at the camp store and onsite restaurants.

For glampers, the campground will be adding another of their popular deluxe cabins. These cozy accommodations come with full kitchens and baths, as well as patios complete with outdoor furniture, grills and a fire feature.

 

Brightly colored rental cabins lined along road

Accommodations and site types aren’t the only upgrades, Halloween festivities will be cranked up a notch in 2019. Cape Fear Haunted Hotel and Campground will bring spine-tingling fun to Chesapeake Bay KOA and its sister property Sunset Beach Hotel. There will be fall fun for little ones, plus chills and thrills for those who aren’t faint of heart.

There are also several new ways to save on your stay at Chesapeake Bay KOA in 2019, including a discount on week-long reservations and several membership discounts. So you can plan a vacation and keep some extra cash in your pocket.

Visit Chesapeake Bay KOA in 2019 and check out all the new upgrades and additions.

 

 

Photos Courtesy: Chesapeake Bay KOA