Camp Virginia had the chance to catch up with Pam at Kosmo Village. She shared some insights on the popular activities at the park, their proximity to many Civil War sites and the opportunities for great RV camping at Kosmo Village.
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Pam’s Favorite Thing To Do At The Park
Spending time on the disc golf course with my family
Pam’s Favorite Campsites
I would choose site 6 or 7 if I were staying here because they are close to the playground
Get To Know Kosmo Village
When was Kosmo Village founded? How did it start?
Kosmo Village was built by John Smook in the early 1960s. He had 6 kids and camping was a way that our family could afford to go on vacations. Kosmo is still operated by the family today.
What are the most popular activities in the campground?
The most popular activity is the Village Disc Golf course. The rocket in the playground comes in with a close second.
Where is Kosmo Village located? What are some other attractions in the area worth checking out?
Kosmo is on highway 1 between Richmond, VA and Ashland, VA. We use exit 89 on interstate 95.
We are near many Civil War sites, Kings Dominion amusement park, Maymont Park, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Hollywood Cemetery, St John’s Church where Patrick Henry gave his liberty or death speech, Maggie Walker Historic Site, Richmond International Raceway, Three Lake Park and Aquarium, the James River, the Canal Walk and Tredegar Iron Works.
Williamsburg and Jamestown are within an hour. Museums include the Science Museum, The Children’s Museum, The Confederacy Museum, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Edgar Allan Poe Museum, The Holocaust Museum, Agecroft Hall and the VA Aviation Museum.
What are the campsites like? Are they more open or secluded?
Our sites are open and clean with full hookups. Most of our sites are pull through with room for vehicles being towed. We do not have restrooms so we cannot take tent campers.