Over thirty eight years ago a family set out to make a difference in their lives and the county they called home.
Built from the ground up, month-by-month, year-by-year a charming eclectic campground rose from the rolling hills of Powhatan, Virginia. Cozy Acres Campground proves to be the labor of love of the Daniels family. Larry and Jean Daniels along with their two sons, Scott and Preston, worked side by side to bring this dream to a reality.
Cozy Acres owners, Larry and Jean Daniels and John Zawatsky,
park manager of Bear Creek Lake State Park.
On a recent visit to Cozy Acres, John Zawatsky, park manager of Bear Creek Lake State Park, and I had the opportunity to spend a beautiful July morning with the Daniels. Larry gave us a tour of the facility and we were intrigued by his stories of the construction of the campground and the scenery of rolling hills and pasture land.
The Trading Post is where campers can gather to enjoy a snack bar and game room.
Cozy Acres Campground is located off Route 60 and is surrounded by a rural country setting. It offers 116 camp sites with full hookups with 20/30/50 amps. Big rigs are welcome. Plenty of pull thru sites are available and even a few big rig waterfront sites with covered patios. Two cottages and a rustic camper cabin are for rent. A swimming pool, game room and catfish pond are just a few of the many amenities that can be found at Cozy Acres.
The Trading Post is decorated with antiques and items of years gone by.
Campers can relax in the internet cafe located in The Trading Post.
Nestled in the heart of the campground is a large indoor clubhouse perfect for wedding receptions or family reunions. Jean has added her personal touch to every inch of the clubhouse with antiques and items of years gone by. The Trading Post offers an internet café, game room and snack bar. If you are in need of RV and camper supplies, you can find it at the Trading Post.
Nestled in the heart of the campground is a large indoor clubhouse perfect for wedding receptions or family reunions.