The Buckhorne in spring
The Buckhorne wood wagon
keeps firewood dry for campers.
Entrance to the Amber
The Buckhorne Country Store
and Children's Playhouse soak up some early spring sun!
The Hershey Creamery
Company has awarded it's highest award, The Golden Scoop Award, to the
Buckhorne Country Store and Campground for eight consecutive years.
Ray's 1958 Edsel is parked
behind the Buckhorne Country Store (below)
The Buckhorne Children's
Playhouse offers a safe play area for the Buckhorne's customers. (below)
Ray trapped this Buckhorne
bandit, and it was relocated near the spillway at the Gathright Dam at
Lake Moomaw. (below)
The Buckhorne features 24
campsites, a dump station, a log cabin, a bunkhouse, a bathhouse, a
children's playhouse, a small stage, picnic tables, a camp store, camp
kitchen, camp video store, and camp ice cream parlor.
A recreation field that
features horse shoe pits lies behind the camp store next to the
bathhouse that has hot showers for men and women. Gravel
based RV sites are fairly level and easily accessible off the gravel
road that forms a horseshoe around the camp store.
M. Ray, dressed in red, relaxes on the front porch
with some Buckhorne customers.
The Buckhorne Bathhouse
accommodates both men and women. It is heated by
propane. The dump station is located adjacent to the
The Buckhorne's bathhouse is heated by electric
The cost of dumping for non-Buckhorne campers is
$10. Dumping is free to all Buckhorne campers.
Each of the Buckhorne's
dirt based tent sites are shaded. Wilson Creek, a designated Virginia
Trout stream, flows through the Buckhorne Campground, providing campers
with an opportunity to fish and children a way to cool off by wading.
Ample parking is provided for campers and
The Buckhorne's camping area and recreational
field wait for spring to bring campers.
Buckhorne campers enjoy pitching horseshoes
furnished by the campground.