Stayed for fourth of July last year. Not January as the website forced me to enter. This is an alright place but WAY too busy for us. Went with a large group who wanted to go to a large resort type campground for the holiday weekend. Not my idea of a fun weekend, but I can see how some people would like the amenities.
Beautiful lake front state park. Visited June of 08 not January of 09 as website forced me to enter. Inexpensive and clean. Really wish it had sewer hook ups. There are 3 or 4 sites that back up to water and would request those if ever return. Visited local family and may not lug 5er that far again just to camp. fishing was awesome though. Kids caught hundreds of bluegill.
This campground is easy to fall in love with. We stayed for a week and a half (in August 2008 not Jan. 2009 as the website forced me to enter)and got the monthly rate. Made it a launching point for Williamsburg activities including Busch Gardens and Water Country USA(season passes). Very few campers when we were there. Huge pool that was never in use unless it was us. Remote pond for fishing. While I admit there are many uneven sites those are the ones I try to park next to so no one will park next to us. We love this campground and hope the owner does not go through with a proposed sale.