Stayed here for five nights as our family took in the sites and history of DC. The location of Cherry Hill is it's single greatest benefit. The fact that the bus picks you up right in front of the camp ground is a major benefit for those not bringing a toad for their visit. The rest of the camp ground was a little disappointing. The sites are very close together, only "premium sites" have a bricked area for the picnic tables, two pools was nice but the bottom of the pool was surprisingly dirty, the pool chairs were also dirty and some needed to be replaced/repaired. The bath rooms were clean but the shower areas were not.
Stayed here a couple nights as we visited Colonial Williamsburg. It's a very nice camp ground for a family. Sites feature nice sized, level concrete pads, full hook-ups and a nice picnic table. The facility has a great pool, miniature golf, and the inflatable water slide which the kids loved. Absolutely everything a family could want when in the Williamsburg area.
Stopped here overnight on our way back home. Ended up getting one of the last sites available as they were pretty full. Camp ground was nice, wide open with the full hook-up sites in an open field area of the property. We ended up getting a nice spot near the pond and club house because we got one of the sites without sewer hook-up. The property had a nice pool and club house but everything was pretty spread out. Never did find the rest rooms/shower area so I can't comment. I would stay again but at $40 a night it's a little expensive for what you get.