Camp OutBack has 25 wooded campsites under a canopy of hardwoods and white pines. Each site accommodates up to 10 campers and includes a picnic table, a charcoal grill and fire ring.
The campground borders George Washington National Forest and has a walking trail to the Shenandoah River (1/4 mile). You can drive to boat landings within 1/2 to 1 1/2 miles. Camp OutBack is 10 miles from Luray and in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley close to Shenandoah National Park.
Facilities: Restrooms, hot water showers, firewood for sale, a small camp store at the Shenandoah River Outfitters which offers canoe, kayak, raft and tube rentals.
(No electric at sites and no dump facilities. We are not set up for RV’s)
Rates: Each site is $40.00/night minimum — for 1 to 4 persons. Each additional person is $10.00 per person per night with up to 10 persons per site. (Children 8 years old and under are free) (5.3 % VA Sales tax not included in rates)
To Reserve: Call in to reserve or reserve online. If reserved online, one person has to reserve and pay for all that are using the campsite.You will need to sign up as a group leader ( min. of 20) to have each pay separately. See more information on being a group leader here.
Non-profit Group Rates–Mid-week (non-holiday)–for church, school and scouts-each site is $25/night minimum for 1 to 4 persons. Each additional person is $6.25 per person per night with up to 10 persons per site.
We reserve a space for you but not a specific campsite. It is ‘first come, first serve’ on selecting a specific campsite from the ones that are not taken.
Check in time on Saturday and Sunday is after 10 AM. Other days–8 AM
Check out time on Saturday and Sunday is by 10 AM. Other days–by 5 PM.
Please read the Camp OutBack Rules for our campground.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash.
Camp OutBack is open from April 1st to the first weekend in November – weather dependent.
Camp OutBack is just behind the Outfitter’s Store at 6502 S Page Valley Rd, Luray VA 22835
If we are booked for the night you might consider canoeing and camping along the river in GW National Forest-primitive camping–the way camping use to be!