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RV Adventure: Keystone Museum & Grill Stay
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Colonial Heights, VA
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Max Rig Size
Over 45 ft
Max Nights
1
Parking Spaces
10
Same Day Requests
Yes
About
As wheels turn and engines hum, prepare to step into a world where heritage meets horsepower. With 10 newly minted RV camping spaces boasting both water and power utilities, enthusiasts of yesteryear's machinery can now indulge in a stay for just $35.00 per night at this marvel of mechanical history. Delve into 125,000 square feet of meticulously curated exhibits dating back to the dawn of mechanized farming and freight. With over 185 tractorsincluding rarities like a 1917 Waterloo Boy, the progenitor to John Deere's line, and a 1938 Minneapolis-Moline UDLX, the first tractor with a built-in cabthis destination offers a unique glance into agricultural evolution. But it's not just tractors that will capture your imagination. Over 100 antique trucks are on display, from classic pickups to the mightiest of Mack trucks. Visualize the evolution of transport as you encounter a 1939 Mack Model BM, its elegance accentuated by a beautifully crafted wooden Fruehauf trailer, or feel the silent power of a 1907 'Vehicle Equipment Company' electric truck. Automobile enthusiasts are not left wanting, with awe-inspiring specimens like a trio of 1955-1957 Thunderbirds and a 1940 Ford Coupe, moonshine and all, paired poignantly with an authentic 1950 Ford Virginia State Police car. Beyond the rumble of engines, find a trove of antique tools, over 1800 Winross model trucks, and a tapestry of Americana with vintage bottles and tobacco products. Firefighting history is honored too, with several antique fire trucks standing guard. Don't miss the Keystone Grill, where serves up hearty breakfasts and lunches from 7:00 AM until 3:00 PM daily. After you've fueled up, peruse the gift shop across the wayperfect for finding that memorable keepsake or token for loved ones. This RV camping haven is more than just a parking spotit's an invitation to journey through time, where stories of innovation and passion are etched into every exhibit. The museum marks a testament to the labor of love and the dedicated pursuit of collection, ensuring a visit here is an enlightening experience for admirers of historic craftsmanship and storytelling alike.
Opening hours
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suitability
Pets Welcome
Water Hookup
Wifi
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Slideouts Allowed
Hookup Fee
Water and Electric are a total of $35.00.
Amenities
Gift Shop
Restaurant/Food
Historical Exhibit
Items to Purchase
We have a large gift shop that offers a wide variety of merchandise. Keystone Grill is open from 7am-3pm, we serve breakfast and lunch all day! See our website for the menu and more details.
House Rules
Never under any circumstances are open fires allowed.
Parking & Arrival
Enter the museum on the South Entrance of the building. Look for the sign that says HARVEST HOST-SOUTH ENTRANCE, leave the RV parked there, and check in at the gift shop. There are signs posted on where to park and where to check-in.
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
10
Parking Surface:
Pavement
Parking Method:
Pull-Through
Check-In:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Check-Out:
Before 12:00 PM
Check-In Method:
Head to Spot
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