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Camp Success Campground
Because Camp Success is a primitive campground, only tent camping is allowed. All campers are required to obtain a permit at the Narrows Town Office prior to their stay at the campground. For more details regarding the rules and regulations, please click on the link below.
Camp Success Permit.pdf
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However, the camp won its name after a major skirmish occurred near this site on
May 10, 1862, when Confederate forces under Brig. General Henry Heth held off the retreating Union forces under Lt. Col. Rutherford B. Hayes (later president of the United Sates), preventing Hayes’ troops from passing through the Town of Narrows on their retreat to Princeton, West Virginia from the “Battle of Giles Court House” in nearby Pearisburg.
The Town asks that all visitors be respectful of their surroundings and remove all litter upon leaving the area.
Narrows is located in Giles County, Virginia
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