The owners are very rude and not at all helpful. Signage is awful. There is a huge dip that you have to go through to get into the campground and they have no intention of fixing this. It is there for drainage purposes. Sites are not level. Would not recommend that you drink the water. We did and we were sick for the first week. Bought bottled water after that. We were told by locals that the water is not good for drinking in this area. When it rains, the campground is susceptible to flooding on the side nearest the water. For a campground with over 100 sites, you would expect that they might have more than 3 washers and 4 dryers, but they did not. Most of the campers there are permanent. They have rooms built on and decks. Whoever wrote the review that said it looked like where old campers go to die nailed it perfectly. We didn't mind the permanent campers - they were only there on the weekends. If you are going to Williamsburg, you should know that you have to pay a toll to get across the Coleman bridge, $2. We would not camp there again, and we would not recommend it to our friends.
Very friendly staff. Good location for visiting DC. Site was not level, but we used boards to level our trailer and it worked out just fine. Lots of shade trees. Fifteen miles to the nearest Metro to DC. Very close to Manassas and Quantico. We thought this was a great campground and would definitely recommend it for anyone who is looking for a nice, friendly campground near DC.