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« on: Jul 29, 2004, 04:55 »
Hi, I too was just wondering what good campgrounds there may be around there. When I stayed in PA. for Peach Bottom end of 2003, the campground I was at was nice but sooooo unlevel and made the  camper a problem to deal with while working and trying to get sleep at the same time !! Any info would be great . Thanks ,
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« Reply #1 on: Jul 30, 2004, 01:57 »
Try Christopher Run Campground 540-894-4744.  It's located on route 522 about 6 miles outside of Mineral and about 20 mins. from the plant.

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« Reply #2 on: Aug 03, 2005, 11:08 »
We have a lakefront house for rent at Lake Anna.  It is two levels with four bedroom (King, Queen, Full, Bunk w/full size futon) and 3 full baths.  Each of the two levels has a full sizel kitchens. Amenities include:  Satellite TV, propane grill, washer/dryer, and unlimited local calls.  The house is only 5 miles from the North Anna Power Station...much closer than Fredericksburg or Louisa.  There is an $85.00 one time cleaning fee.  Call 202-622-2074 or email h.bolton@cox.net to reserve for the fall or spring outage.   

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« Reply #3 on: Aug 04, 2005, 06:54 »
I rented a cabin at Christopher run campground for a couple of months during a previous outage.  They are small, have 2 beds and an air conditioner.  There is a shared bathroom faciltiy.  It is no hilton, but it is close to the plant .  I think it was around $900 a month.  If you like roughn' it, then it would be the place for you.

P.s. I thought it was kinda steep for what you got!

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« Reply #4 on: Aug 04, 2005, 10:34 »
I always stayed at the Holiday Inn in Fredericksburg. Indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, great restaurant and bar, and room service. That’s when I was single and spoiled.

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« Reply #5 on: Jul 13, 2006, 01:32 »
My first time there I stayed in the Ramada Inn.  The lobby was nice (pool, bar, etc.); the rooms were ok and the cost wasn't too bad (around $40/night) but the drive was a nightmare!!

40-45 mins through those narrow country roads every morning and night gets rather tedious after a couple of weeks - believe me!!

I enjoyed my time at North Anna though.
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« Reply #6 on: Feb 10, 2007, 10:16 »
I have a waterfront house for outage rental

4 Bedrooms (king, queen, full, and bunk with full on bottom), 3 Bathrooms, 2 full kitchens, washer/dryer, satellite tv, free local phone calls, boat slip, 5 miles from North Anna plant.   $600 per week.  If interested, please send me an email at h.bolton@cox.net

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« Reply #7 on: Aug 10, 2007, 10:44 »
Contact these real estate companies:

Blount Realty  (800) 476-6629
Valere Realty  (540) 894-0445
Lake Anna Realty  (800) 830-2662
Dockside Realty  (800) 242-5253
Village Realty  (540) 895-9212
Shaffer's Cove Condos  (540) 895-5900

They all have houses/condos around the lake.  There are a couple of small motels too (Lake Anna Lodge, Rebel Motel Louisa) but they're probably booked up and I don't believe they're the greatest accomodation, although I've never stayed in any of them.

There's also a couple of campgrounds but I'm guessing they're not what you're looking for anyway.

Failing that, you can always negotiate with the guy in the Quality Inn in Thornburg.  It's not too bad but is around 30 mins from the plant.  No matter what price he tells you, let him know you can get it cheaper elsewhere.  Worked for me a couple of years back when I was paying more than other people in the same hotel but I dunno if it's still the same guy now.

If you want to stay further out, there is Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, Richmond... but these vary from 45 - 60 mins from the plant.  Only advantage being plenty of places to eat, shop and get drunk.
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« Reply #8 on: Aug 24, 2007, 02:04 »
we stayed in a 5 BR house on the lake 14 miles away for 1500$$ a month (not per person, TOTAL).  do the math and you can see the daily rate, not bad.  there are places much cheaper not on the lake, but you have to do the leg work!  fatmalky came to my parties and he knows about my deal there. do yourself a favor and try to rent a house.  even if you don't do roomates it will still be cheaper than a motel most likely, and probably closer and WAY NICER!

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« Reply #9 on: Sep 17, 2007, 04:36 »
I am a local Realtor in the Lake Anna area, and I have several rentals that I manage. They are all booked for this (fall '07) outage, but check with me for next fall. I also have available housing for anyone coming in for Unit 3. Call me at (540) 894-3029 or e-mail RESalesPaul@msn.com.

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« Reply #10 on: Nov 14, 2007, 02:30 »
I know the next scheduled outage at North Anna is not until fall '08 but I wanted to repost with all the necessary info. My name is Paul Spencer and I am a Realtor with ArcTek Realty LLC, 9942 Kentucky Springs Road, Mineral, VA 23117. Our phone number is 540-894-8304. I manage several rentals within seven miles of NAPS. Three of these are 3 BR waterfront townhouses, the other two are 4 BR detached waterfront homes. Our website is still under construction, but should be done by January. It is arctekonline.com. REASONABLE RATES -- SHORT DRIVE TO THE JOB.

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« Reply #11 on: Apr 29, 2008, 09:33 »
We have 6 homes available at lake anna for rent. All can sleep a minimum of 8ppl. Contact me if you need room and board. Lakeannarentals@gmail.com

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« Reply #12 on: Aug 05, 2008, 12:28 »
I have a Lake Anna waterfront home for rent for the fall 2008 Outage. The home has 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and 2 full kitchens.  Located 6 miles from the North Anna Plant.  $700/week.  Email me at h.bolton@cox.net if interested.

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« Reply #13 on: Aug 05, 2008, 08:12 »
Shaffers Cove Condos are on the Anna Point Marina site at Route 208, right at the center of the lake.  There are 2 one-bedrooms and 8 two-bedroom units.  They have full kitchens, dedicated boatslips are totally renovated and very convenient to everything. 

Each unit is individually owned and managed.  You can see pictures  and get contact info at: www.shafferscove.com

We own the ground level one-bedroom.  We have special outage rates and also have our own website at www.lakeannacondo.com.

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« Reply #14 on: Aug 13, 2008, 10:50 »
Lake Anna lakefront house for outage rental

3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, full kitchen, washer/dryer, satellite TV, Internet service, free local phone calls, and only 10 minutes from North Anna plant.  $490 per week or 1,800 per month (3 people max). If interested, please email me at lakeannacottage@live.com

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« Reply #15 on: Aug 14, 2008, 02:37 »
We have two fine rentals in the North Anna area for the 2008 outage.
HOUSE ONE  Lake Front 5 bedrooms 4 baths sleeps 5-7. Basketball court, hot tub,volleyball court
not that you'll have time to use them. Satellite TV, phone and DVD in all rooms. $250 per week per person.
HOUSE TWO  Water Access home on a quiet acre. 4 bedrooms 3 baths sleeps 4-5 $225 per week per person. Satellite TV. phone.

Call Beverly 540 894-8304
          cell  540 809-9555
         email beverly@wardcom.com

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« Reply #16 on: Aug 24, 2008, 10:46 »
4 Bedroom furnished House on 3 acres 11.9 miles from North Anna. Prefer group rental. $750 per week.
Quiet and a short drive to the plant.
James Padgett
804-647-0624
Or email me at   sales@luv2rescue.com

Open for Spring 2010 outage.
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« Reply #17 on: Feb 02, 2009, 09:40 »
Our waterfront house is available for rent for the March 2009 Outage.  It is 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 full kitchens.  The house is located approximately 6 miles from the North Anna Plant.  The rent is $700 per week and there is an $80 one time cleaning fee .  If you are interested, please email me at h.bolton@cox.net    Thank you.

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« Reply #18 on: Mar 03, 2010, 11:31 »
Our waterfront house is available for rent for the March 2009 Outage.  It is 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 full kitchens.  The house is located approximately 6 miles from the North Anna Plant.  The rent is $700 per week and there is an $80 one time cleaning fee .  If you are interested, please email me at h.bolton@cox.net    Thank you.

Price goes up 100.00 a year, cleaning fee comes down 5.00 meanwhile wages come down and everyone's yelling recession, no wonder 10 percent of Americans would rather stay home and collect unemployment, its easier to save a dollar, and not get gouged by Americans who are getting theirs while the getting is good, and 5 years later can't understand... "where'd everybody go" 
get used to it, people will be people.
remember California Speedway? it used to be a Kaiser Steel Plant, then a work group from Hong Kong tore it down to recycle the steel in Hong Kong.
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« Reply #19 on: Mar 14, 2010, 04:41 »
Well said myrigga!  I was a house mouse there in the early 80's. Anything close to the plant charges almost three times the normal rent during outages. Fredericksburg and Richmond aren't affected but then you have to drive over an hour to get to work! Yeah, I'm a old fart now.  It's amazing how people try to price gouge when they think they can.  I'm working at Hanford now.  Before Obamma's stimulus went into effect here, rents were around $350 a month 1 BR.  Now they are running around $700-$800 a month.  I guess that means the stimulus is working here.  The landlords have a lot more money to spend!!
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« Reply #20 on: Mar 21, 2010, 03:20 »
Well said myrigga!  I was a house mouse there in the early 80's. Anything close to the plant charges almost three times the normal rent during outages. Fredericksburg and Richmond aren't affected but then you have to drive over an hour to get to work! Yeah, I'm a old fart now.  It's amazing how people try to price gouge when they think they can.  I'm working at Hanford now.  Before Obamma's stimulus went into effect here, rents were around $350 a month 1 BR.  Now they are running around $700-$800 a month.  I guess that means the stimulus is working here.  The landlords have a lot more money to spend!!
i found a nice house owned by Judy Marshall in Louisa
near everything and only 650.00 a month with ten acres of privileges
there five different ways to get to work from her house
i get great reception on my Verison Modem
and 3G on my iPhone which is why i can put this up now on break
she also owns the hair salon in louisa so benefits there too
she will show you around
get you in the Moose Lodge and she has a 3000 sq ft basement for renters
looks like a house outside and a mansion on the inside.
Hard to find landlords like her
Quality Rigging only comes with SAFETY in mind!

Quality rooms should not cost a nuke worker twice as much as the local renter w/ 3 kids on welfare. Night shift workers on a shutdown use 1/3 utiliti

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« Reply #21 on: May 26, 2010, 02:41 »
i found a nice house owned by Judy Marshall in Louisa
near everything and only 650.00 a month with ten acres of privileges
there five different ways to get to work from her house
i get great reception on my Verison Modem
and 3G on my iPhone which is why i can put this up now on break
she also owns the hair salon in louisa so benefits there too
she will show you around
get you in the Moose Lodge and she has a 3000 sq ft basement for renters
looks like a house outside and a mansion on the inside.
Hard to find landlords like her

ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR RENT FOR THE FALL OUTAGE STARTING AT 100.00 PER WEEK AND LARGER ROOMS $200.00 PER WEEK. LAUNDRY SERVICE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST WITH ONE DAY TURN AROUND. PLEASE CALL JUDI FOR MORE INFORMATION I CAN BE REACHED AT
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« Reply #22 on: Jul 20, 2010, 03:27 »
I have this beautiful waterfront private house which  is 10 minutes to the plant and available to rent the rooms for outage workers. Six bed rooms (1 King, 2 Queens, 2 Twins, Set of bunk beds, 2 doubles, and another twin and four full baths on three floors will easily accommodate several workers with plenty of space. Hugh screened porch and extra large deck with gas grill. Fully equipped kitchen, Washer-Dryer, Dining table seats 12, next to den with Direct TV, VHF, DVD, and downstairs Pool Table/ Ping-Pong, TV, DVD and canoe and paddles outside by the water. Sorry no pets. No smoking permitted inside the house. Call owner Ken 804 402-8096. Bedrooms priced for outage workers by the week depending on which one you choose in the house from $250-300/ wk. visit THECOZYCOVE.com to see lots of pictures.

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« Reply #23 on: Feb 02, 2011, 06:39 »
2 miles from North Anna Power Station
Newly completed Walkout apartment, in a Lake community on rt. 652
Indoor amenities include:
•   2 bedrooms, 1 bath sleeps four.
•   Fully equipped kitchen including refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, blender and coffee maker
•   Central A/C & heat, ceiling fans
•    TV, DVD player. Direct TV 150 Channels
•   Books and Magazines to read Board games and playing cards
•   Play station 2 with games
•   Local MapTelephone Alarm clocks
•   Dining area (table seats 4) kitchen bar seats 3.
Outdoor amenities include:
•   Outdoor fire pit
•   Charcoal grill
•   Horse shoes
"Smoke free" & "no Pet's allowed.
Linens are provided
For Pictures and contract Call Ken @ 540-895-4783/ 775-313-3640

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ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR THE NORTH ANNA OUTAGE!!!!
« Reply #24 on: Aug 26, 2011, 11:11 »
HELLO ALL!!

COMFORT INN SOUTHPOINT HAS ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR THE UPCOMING OUTAGE. WE ARE AN ALL INTERIOR HOTEL WITH AN INDOOR SWIMMING POOL. OUR RATES ARE $43.00 A NIGHT FOR OUTAGE EMPLOYEES ONLY. THIS RATE INCLUDES ALL OF OUR AMMENITIES AND OUR HOT BREAKFAST. CONTACT US TODAY TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION!!

 


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