This is really a very nice park. Restrooms were new and clean. Sites are paved with a paved patio and picnic table and are reasonably sized. Fire rings are available upon request, and they will deliver it for you. Wood is $4/bundle, which has about as reasonable as a campground gets. Wi-Fi was strong and good. There were lots of dogs here - I'm not sure if they cater to pet owners or what, but they do have a small dog park, so that may explain why. Everyone had their dog leashed. It's about 10-15 minutes from most major attractions, and is far enough off the road to be quiet. It is one of the few times that I paid $50 for a campsite, and it seemed worth it. The Deluxe sites have a larger paved patio, with patio furniture and a nice built in fire pit. They would be nice if you plan on hosting others, or just like more room. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Site was level concrete pad, just big enough for our 28 ft camper & spot for vehicle. You have 12 ft between sites that are staggered. There are also sites with a patio that has table, chairs & gas grill for about $65.00 a night. Bathrooms & showers were the best I have seen. Staff was friendly and helpful. Close to local tourist sites. Large grocery store in small mall down the road. Train tracks about 1-1/2 miles away, you could hear the amtrak on occasions. Over all, not bad. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An exceptionally well maintained and run park. It is close to Colonial Williamsburg and they provide you with information on ticket purchasing and how to go about seeing it. It is also close to Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown. Due to the government shutdown we did not see as much as we wanted, but did have a great time at Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown. They provide cable and WiFi but the Internet was slow, so I used our Verizon MiFi. We will stay here again and recommend it to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very lovely park with nice paved pads and patios, and for more money a very nice site with patio furniture and large patio area. We chose the cheaper sites as we were not going to be spending much time at the campsite. The lady in the office was very friendly and helpful. WiFi worked pretty well. After looking at several other parks in the area, we were so glad we chose this one. It is very convenient to I-64, Colonial Williamsburg, Jonestown, Yorktown, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake Bay Bridge. It is a great overnight or longer park. The bathhouses are some of the best we have ever seen. Very nice and clean. This is not an RV resort but a very nice park to visit. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy to get to, good electric, water & WiFi, and clean bathrooms. Sites are not huge but OK. On some sites you can't get satellite but they have cable. Friendly staff. For us it was a Great place to base and tour Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful, well-maintained campground with courteous, responsive staff. We paid the listed rate for the regular pull-trough sites (premium sites are available), but received a free night on their current "stay 3-get a free 4th night" special. Free cable offerings were excellent. WiFi was readily available but of average speed. The restrooms have been newly redone with ceramic tile and upgraded fixtures. The price is quite reasonable for a popular destination area and with the amenities included. We will gladly return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice, big campground. Easy pull through to maneuver. We were in the very back of the park with a wide open area behind us so it seemed more spacious to us. Other rows had back-ins that were literally back to back, so happy with our site. Wi-Fi is slow. Staff was very helpful. We had an issue with our rig (hydraulic leak) and they were helpful in getting it fixed and understanding in the mess it created. Laundry was nice and dryers worked well. There were four washers and dryers, but for two washes you only needed one dryer so you were able to move clothes along. Great location for the touring we did. It is conveniently located off the freeway without the noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Expensive, advertised the big water slide as an amenity on web site but conveniently neglected to mention that there is an extra charge ($6 per person per hour). Car traffic in the park and train horns after midnight / during early morning hours of our stay. Easy access to and in park for our larger size RV. Other RV park choices in area are worse so your choice is to stay here and endure the high price and noise or travel quite a distance from a better RV park for Williamsburg attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only reason I am rating it this high is because of all the amenities that were obviously being used and enjoyed by all the campers over the July 4th holiday. The pool was clean, kids enjoyed the waterslide, they had a basketball hoop, playground and a fenced in dog run. What we didn't like are the dirt roads, because the rain made it very muddy, with puddles where we got out of our truck. They do have concrete pads, but gravel leading up to and away from the pads. The internet was sorry. We could connect, but couldn't navigate once we were connected. However, this is the nicer park of the two in the area. Close enough to Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown for sightseeing, which is why we camped here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for a week. It has many good points - nicely spaced sites, seemingly nice amenities we didn't use, but they looked clean, e.g., pool, hippo slide, etc. Very friendly staff in office, sites all are full hookup with cable, Each has a bit of grass and area to park the truck. The only bad point, which is pretty bad, are the road--HUGE potholes and deep trenches from rain. It makes for a very bumpy ride. They need to spend some resources installing drainage, gravel, etc., rather than simply placing an orange cone in the spots to be careful. Given all this, however, we would stay there again. Didn't use their Wi-Fi, but Verizon 4G worked very well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice CG but the reason I rated it a 7 is because the roads are dirt and there is a lot of dust and the Wifi is spotty at best. The sites themselves, especially the premium sites, are very nice. Level concrete pads with small patios or for the premium sites huge patios with a table, chairs and umbrella, a fire pit and a gas grill. Also the park has lots of trees and the shade is nice. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean park with level sites. Access to I-64 is easy and access to Williamsburg and surrounding areas is very easy. The staff is helpful and friendly. There are grocery stores and restaurants very nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park that is close to a lot of historic sites. The site we were given was level and in a good location. The pool is closed for the season. The staff was great and very helpful. There is train noise but it is not prohibitive. The only complaint that I have is the very slow Wi-Fi. I am sure it was because they were busy this weekend. Overall we enjoyed our stay very much! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price is at weekly rate for an easy to find park. The access road (.2 mi) is narrow, interior roads are gravel and dirt. They graded after rains. Most sites had level cement pads with a gravel parking area for tow vehicles. Check in was friendly and helpful, and they placed us where we could get Wi-Fi, though it wasn't reliable. The sites are tight but plenty long enough for our 37' RV. Our neighbor had a 40' motorhome. Just enter and exit carefully. Most sites are treed, so satellite would be difficult to get. Cable was OK but had no NBC. It was mostly movie channels. The pool was very clean, as were the restrooms. Horseshoes, volleyball, and a playground are available. Verizon and electric worked fine. There are picnic tables at the site, propane available, and trash is picked up at 11:00. Be careful if doing laundry as there is rust in the water. It's 7 miles to Williamsburg, and there is shopping everywhere. Food Lion is a mile away. There is a train, but it seldom runs after midnight, and we didn't notice it in a couple days. We bought discount tickets at the park to events. It is expensive to stay here, but it's going rate for the area. We will be happy to return if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park, especially if you travel with children. The pool is lovely and they have the most outlandish water slide we have ever seen. The staff was friendly and the cable and Wi-Fi worked very nicely. We enjoyed the nature trail very much. There is a lot of open, green space around the park. That said, the roads are sandy and to add to the dust they are excavating additional spaces. The sites are a little close, and there is some train noise. They are close to a lot of attractions and shopping. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had great expectations about the American Heritage RV Park after reading all of the glowing reviews. I have found this review site to be fairly accurate (some of the time) but this is not one of those times. This park is not a 9 or 10 (which many rated it) compared to many other parks we have stayed at. Upon registering we asked if we could see our site first and choose another if we did not like the site, but they said we could not, that they were full and we had to take the site they put us in. We were put in site 55 which was tiny and like being in the middle of a city block surrounded by children, barking dogs and absolutely no grass for our dog to even sniff. (You had your cement pad with table and that is it!) I understand that it was a summer weekend but they did have other sites that were much nicer, larger and in a quieter area of the park, that were available when I walked around. (So be sure to ask and see your site!) We felt like sardines in a big parking lot! Oh and did I mention the train? It passes nearby every few hours with its whistle blowing. The Wi-Fi was extremely slow (just plan to use your cell phone hot spot) but the Cable was very good. The only positive we found was the nice nature trail in the woods to walk the dog. (After walking down a long row of motor homes to get to it, with hardly any space between them and a road in front and a road behind.) You are told to be sure your dog doesn't go onto anyone's site which is almost impossible since the sites are so small and right next to the roads. All and all I have to say this Park was extremely overpriced and over rated. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was very convenient to Williamsburg, Richmond, and Virginia Beach. The staff was exceptionally friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms were clean, air conditioned, and well supplied. Although many say this park is not a destination park, we found it ideal as a base camp to explore the tidewater area of Virginia. Sites were concrete, level, and most had trees for shade. Good connections for water cable and sewer. Wi-Fi was available and we had no problems connecting. Easy access to all the tidewater areas and close to restaurants, food stores, and shopping. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Just returned from a week visiting the area. Enjoyed our stay so much we extended it 2 nights. Very clean, comfortable bathhouse. Our site was very shaded with concrete slab for RV and concrete patio w/picnic table. Very easy hookups w/free wifi that worked well and good selection of channels on free cable tv. Sites were all level and many were pull thru. Location was about 6 miles n/e of Williamsburg but the quiet location was welcome. Very close to grocery and other stores. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Have stayed in other CGs in area and find this one to definitely be the most accommodating, roomiest and most pleasant. Will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We upgraded to Premium site and it was great. It had a very nice, paver patio with a table and chairs (including umbrella), a paver wall and also a gas grill (provide your own gas). Our site was very nice. The staff was friendly and helpful in recommending someone to do a little repair work on our motorhome and also recommending someone to wash and wax our motorhome during our stay. The remainder of the campground was just OK. It was extremely hot during our stay and the pool area was completely unshaded. No trees or other shade. The pool was a pretty basic pool. It did it's job for the kids as far as helping to cool them down: but was very average as far as pools go. There really is no playground to speak of. It also, was in the middle of a field with no shade or shelter from the sweltering heat. This was an OK place to stay, convenient for driving to Williamsburg and visiting the area. While I wouldn't necessarily be opposed to staying here in the future, we would probably look for something a little closer to the activities and with better amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff were nice. It had a very nice pool. The showers and toilets were very clean. We very much liked the nature trails. There is something they called mini-golf, it was a silly little thing just to say they have one. Similary, the dog run was just to say they have one. It is far from everything and no one uses it. They only pick up the garbage daily and it seems that animals frequently get into bags left outside. In general, it was quiet and comfortable and not terribly far from attractions (about 6 to 10 miles). We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is lovely, with wonderful amenties. It's great having concrete pads and patios. Plenty of shade, people were helpful and friendly. Patios with grills and seating for 4-6 or more would be great for families. Bathrooms are spacious and very clean. The one thing I would add would be grab bars and a shelf in the showers. This is a terrific park. It would be our every weekend "go to" park if only it were closer to home! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 5 / 10 ]
Close to Williamsburg,York & James Towns. Narrow dirt , uneven interior roads. Tall trees, so NO satellite on most sites. Sites very narrow. They have Concrete parking pads. Grass unkempt on our premium site. BBQ dirty. Patio set needs a wash. For $62 a night & thats with a 10% discount, I would have expected more. The electricity & water are fine. Office staff friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an OK RV park but we did not find the setting or sites to be particularly well situated. They was was little space between you and your neighbor. Cable TV was fine, but the Wi-Fi at our site was inconsistent/weak. It is convenient to historic Williamsburg. We well return if we have a need to visit Williamsburg again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Have stayed at this park before and would really be nicer if they would pave the rows. They are currently gravel and really dusty. Also, it would be nice if they upgraded their cable service because a lot of the channels are either out or so noisy with static that you can't hear them. Otherwise the park is nice, paved pads, with concrete patios positioned primarily for 5th wheels, not for motorhomes with the door at the front. Office staff is very nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this campground twice in 2011 (once in the summer and in December) and for a number of days each visit. Both stays were excellent. The people at the desk are very nice. The campground is large and each site is paved with shade trees all around. It is a very quick trip to Colonial Williamsburg via Interstate 64. All hook ups worked well. Restrooms and showers are in the center of the campground - and there should be more of them, but with our own facilities this was not an issue. Wi-Fi is strong all over the campground. Cable includes a number of movie channels. There is a nice swimming pool and various sports fields. We looked at several of the campgrounds in Williamsburg, and to us, this looks the best - and we enjoyed our stays. We will definitely be going back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. It is a very clean, friendly campground. The location is perfect for visiting Busch Gardens and Williamsburg. It is one of the few parks in the area that is located away from the train tracks. You can still hear the trains in the distance but not like the other parks. The bathhouses are the best I have ever seen and spotless. Trash is picked up daily from your site and they are always doing improvements to the campground. Some of the sites are close together but we always try to request some sites that we have stayed at before and like. We stay here at least 5 times a year and think it is the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our 2nd visit to American Heritage. We arrived on Thanksgiving and stayed for 1 week. Sites are well spaced, most have a concrete pad to park on and comes with a picnic table. There are some "upgraded" sites that have patio tables and chairs, bbq grills and fire pits vs the standard wood picnic bench table and washer fire ring. American Heritage has a nice dog run, but it's situated so far off in a field that we'd run the dogs in the middle of field instead of hiking all the way over. There's a great nature trail that winds through the woods around the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I rate this campground as a strong 8. It is convenient to Williamsburg and surrounding attractions. The campground is nicely wooded, has level concrete pads, and nice, clean bathhouses. There are plenty of things to do in the park such as a long nature trail, horseshoes, basketball, mini-golf and what looks like a nice pool for the summer. They also have a very large fenced dog run for the pups. I have towed a 39' fiver into this campground a half dozen times and never had any issues with trees, obstacles or narrow roads. Take your time and you will be fine. Three minor things keep this park from a 9 or 10. First, the cable TV has always been very fuzzy here, as others have pointed out. Also, the Wi-Fi is very weak, and we were not very far from the office. I gave up using my computer after the first day. Last, if you are in the sites closest to the cabins, be prepared for healthy whiffs of sewage every now and then. There is a tall vent pipe of off the septic area that is quite pungent if the winds are right. Overall, you won't go wrong at this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped in late October in a Class C. No kids or pets. Good: Staff was friendly, bathrooms had been recently remodeled and nicer than most I have seen. Concrete pads but didn't seem level. Good cable reception. Good water pressure and easy to use connections for water, sewer, electric. Nice looking park with good scenery. Bad: You need to know this is about a half mile from railroad tracks. We heard 2 or 3 during the day but didn't hear any at night. Don't let this stop you from staying here. Wish the park was a bit closer to Colonial Williamsburg (perhaps 15 minutes). Other than that is was a nice park. Will be back. To be honest nothing much to brag about and really nothing to complain about. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were told about this campground by at friend at my work. It's an older campground, nicely laid out. What impressed us was, the sites have concrete pads that are level. The hook ups are easy to get to. The bathhouse is large, clean, with plenty of hot water. The weekend weather was perfect for sitting outside under the awning. Except, for the regular freight train noises, we will be back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were at this park for 3 days, and the wi-fi never worked. There were low hanging branches on trees which we had to go through to get to our site. There are concrete pads, but the roads getting to them were filled with ruts and are fairly narrow. The road getting to the park is also quite narrow and the park sign is practically hidden behind a hedge. Getting around that hedge on the way out was a challenge, as well. Bottom line is that while I'd probably stay there again because it was convenient to Williamsburg and can handle a 45 ft RV. I just don't see the higher ratings this park is receiving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall a very nice park. Clean and well kept sites with concrete pads and nice picnic tables. Lots of trees for shade but no DTV because of them. The pool was very nice and rather large for the park's size. Laundry was adequate and clean. The store did have a lot of stuff but not many necessities. I like book exchanges at campgrounds at they really don't have one. Close to Wburg attractions but very quiet as well. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had a difficult time choosing a rating for this park. They had experienced a great deal of rain prior to our visit. Roads were washed out in places and rutted which made tight turns more difficult. Concrete pads are fairly close together but leveling was easy. Restrooms were nicely done but floors were tracked and sandy. The last day we were here they finally put a mat at the restroom door to help with the problem. Some cable channels reminded me of watching TV in the 60's--lots of snow. Trees prevented satellite connection. Wi-Fi signal was good. We were here over a weekend and there was a lot of traffic; the speed limit is not enforced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground and very convenient to Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens (less than 15 minutes away via Rt. 64). All sites are cement pads and our site was perfectly level. There is grass between the sites. The rate we paid reflects the weekly rate - stay six nights get the seventh free. Water pressure was good. Electric hookup was good. Many cable channels including a number of movie channels. Cable reception was clear. Wi-Fi was strong at the site. There is a large swimming pool that looked nice and also sports/games facilities - lots for the kids and family to do at the park when not touring the area. There is only one bathhouse located in the middle of the park. Very tall pine trees are interspersed through the sides of the sites. The RV park is large and private from the residential road that it is located off of. It was not difficult to find and my GPS went directly to the entrance. We heard no road noise from Rt. 64 inside the park. Staff were very friendly. We will definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Cannot give this park a "10" like so many others. Check in was a little less than pleasant and the highly touted hippo slide was to be $59.00 for a week's pass for a family of five and it closes daily from 2 to 4 pm. The poorly maintained game room has 11 machines of which 5 were broken and the mini golf was another poorly executed amenity. The camp store is stock full of souveniers, but practically nothing to eat. Our site was #34 which was directly in front of the bathhouse, whole families cut through our site at all hours of the day, even while we sat and ate or entertained. On the positive, the pool is clean and it's very close to all the Williamsburg attractions and it's cheaper than the KOA at the next exit. Next time we will be at the KOA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds at which we have stayed. Clean shaded sites with concrete pads and a very clean and attractive bathhouse with real doors on the private stalls for both the shower and toilet. Site spacing is a bit compact but typical for an RV-park and this makes the park more suitable for a hard wall RV than a canvas popup. Conveniently located we definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park has shaded, level, pull through sites and all amenities (pool, Wi-Fi, cable, 50 amp). It is big rig friendly. It is close to Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown. Petersburg is also accessible from here. Staff were friendly and helpful in providing information about what to see in the area. The park was clean and well-maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet park in a good location. Roomy pull-through sites with a concrete pad. There is a large pool and a huge inflatable water slide for the kids. We had just as much fun watching as the kids did sliding! We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
American Heritage is a very clean and quiet park. The kids really enjoyed the hippo slide. The Wi-Fi had a great signal and speed. Negatives: The hippo slide is very pricey and the sites are adequate but small. We will stay here again when in the Williamsburg area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent campground. Friendly and informative office staff greeted us upon arrival. Concrete pads mean NO leveling. Staff was very accommodating as we were traveling with friends and they were able to get us side by side. Owner was onsite during several visits to the office/store. We arrived on the HOTTEST day of the year and had to do no leveling and very little set up. Voltage was low but with excessive heat and fact that everyone was using AC low voltage was to be expected. Water pressure and free Wi-Fi were good. Hippo slide was a nice addition since the last time we stayed at this CG in 2007. Children really enjoyed the Hippo Slide and pool. Store also seems to be expanded since last visit. Very convenient to local attractions including Busch Gardens, Water Country, and Colonial Williamsburg. Very quite park even though, because of outside temperature, we did not get to enjoy outdoors as much as we would have liked. We would definitely return to this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was fantastic. It is very close to all the attractions, but still in a rustic setting. They have a very large amount of land, so there was lots of green space. The Hippo slide was an added bonus for my kids. We were in Site #1, which was a premium site, and were very near the slide and pool. I would return to this campground the next time I am in Williamsburg. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground. Easy on and off Rt 64. Close to Williamsburg and attractions. We had a good, level pull-through and liked the angled, staggered arrangement. Relatively busy but quiet. Friendly staff. More than adequate laundry area -- clean and neat. Waterslide and pool looked inviting although we did not take advantage of them. Would return without question. Camped here 8 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park! Cement pads, easy to level; not too close together; easy to pull in/out. We arrived after the office closed but they had our info ready and we easily found our sites. Had to set up in the pouring rain, but since the sites were paved & level it was relatively easy. Everyone in our group commented on the great bathhouse - excellent, best ever seen at an RV park. No tents allowed on pull through sites (we did not realize this and were told to take ours down). Great location for all the attractions in the Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown area. The additional amenities at the park we made use of were the laundry and the pool (both great). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a very nice park, with nice level cement pads at sites. The staff was very pleasant at check in, and helpful with amenities. It features a well laid out campground, and the interior roads are functional although not paved. It has nice access to interstate 64 yet we did not notice any highway noise. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again when in Williamsburg. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Check in easy. We had a pull through site. A sites have a cement pad, which was very helpful since it poured one morning, and there was some flooding, but it drained very quickly. Bathrooms were redone in a quality tile, which made me feel like I was staying in a Westin hotel, rather than a campground. This was a very peaceful campground, just about 10 minutes from Williamsburg, but only 2 minutes off of 64. Definitely will come back when I am in the region. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 6 nights at this RV park. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Very good grounds, clean and well kept. We had a pull through site with concrete pad and enough room for outdoor activities. Water pressure good, with cable TV and internet service. We would stay at this park again. I would suggest that owners consider putting bigger signs giving directions to their park as we had a little trouble finding the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you have a big rig, motorhome/5th wheel/trailer, this is the park for you if you are visiting Williamsburg. Easy access, adequately sized, level concrete sites, grass & pads. Pool is a little far from most sites. Well maintained; friendly, competent staff; clean, shade trees, and laid out thoughtfully for the afternoon sun, so you are not staring into it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. The sites are very close together. Nice nature trails. Good location for visiting Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. The bathhouse was very nice, but no place to put soap or shampoo in shower. There are frequent train horns during the night. We would stay here again, however. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Older park but is well maintained by office area. Sites are very small. No place to park tow vehicle once the trailer is in the site. Roads are gravel and had ruts in them but it had rained hard. Concrete pads for the sites are large. Utilities were fine. There were a few low hanging branches, one neighbor had to have some limbs cut just to get into their site. Staff was very nice and were very visible. Would camp here again but would request sites closest to the top of the hill by the office. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, quiet campground. Mostly pull through sites with level concrete pads. Picnic table is also on concrete. The train goes by several times per night and blows the whistle, but it is past the rear of campground, can only hear it and cannot see it. Very easy to get in and out of site. Nicely landscaped. We stayed for 2 nights and just wanted a quiet night's sleep and that is what we got. Park is very well maintained. We saw someone on a golf cart driving through several times per night just checking on things. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. The $45. reflects AAA discount. We camped here in a 31 foot rig with no leveling jacks and did not need them. Very level sites. Most easy campground we ever camped in, to get in and out of. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our area of this park had well maintained level pull-through concrete pads. Utilities were conveniently located. The office was helpful and open even later than advertised. They had wood delivered to our site after hours. Nice play ground and camp store. Showers and bathrooms were very clean and large. If we come here again, we will opt for the shady wooded sites that are being added now. Our area had little shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are close together and there are no trees or bushes in between them, so there is little privacy. The restrooms and showers were very good and clean. They pick up your trash at your site. We did not use the laundry but it looked clean and well kept. This park is convenient to Colonial Williamsburg and the outlet mall. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice Park, close to all things at Williamsburg. When you turn off RT 607 it is a short very narrow road to the Campground. The bath house was very clean and will furnished. There is only one bath house which I am sure would fill up fast when the park is full. Most sites have a concrete pad with a patio and table. All sites have full hook ups but the internet can be very slow at times. There are a lot of pull through sites, however the drives are tight for big rigs, if your green at wheeling a big rig take a site close to the office, (larger drive in those rows). The sites are close if your having a campfire. The staff was very friendly and helpful, we will use this park when staying in the area in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just returned from spending the weekend at American Heritage RV Park. We arrived after hours and found our reservation and map pinned to the board just as promised. Arrived to find our site with no problems. Most sites including ours had a concrete slab and picnic table. The park was about 3/4 full with the warm weather and two clubs here. The bath house was clean and heated. The Wi-Fi was slow at times. The only reason I did not rate a 10 was due to the roads through out the park. There was little stone and lack of pavement leading to dusty conditions on the main park roads. Not sure why they would not pave or stone to keep the dust down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a decent park for visiting the Williamsburg area. A couple of negatives caused me to rate it as soso. For bigger rigs, the roads are very tight. Water collected around and under our rig for days after it rained. Had much mud around the hook up area. If ever in the area again, I would look at another park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A decent park with full hook ups, but a little pricey. The pads are concrete, and have a nice size concrete patio attached as well. The interior roads can be a little tight if you have a larger rig. Our 35' motorhome was tight in the corners. Anything past row #3 will be a challenge to get satellite reception. I managed but it took a while to find a hole in the tall trees. They have a fenced dog run but it is tucked back a corner so it's a bit of a walk to go there. Good location though to visit the "Historic Triangle" of Williamsburg, Jamestowne, and Yorktown. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We picked this campground based on decent reviews and its location nearby our vacation destination. We were told about a Bluegrass Festival happening toward the end of our stay, but were given a site toward the back of the campground to have some amount of quiet. This campground seems to be favored by the "big rigs." Our little 23 foot hybrid TT almost seemed out of place. With the much larger rigs, we found that many of them have the feature of an outside TV tucked into their sides. This resulted in way too much TV noise for our taste. The third evening we were here, one neighbor had the TV turned up loud. Since the sites are very close together, this became unbearable, so one of us approached the neighbors and mentioned that we came camping to get away from the TV. They responded kindly, and actually did generally keep their TV quiet the rest of our week visit. The other main complaint we had was the railroad nearby with its whistle. Very nearby, I should say. One of the tracks was maybe a half mile away. Since it ran some evenings into the wee hours of the morning, we had trouble sleeping many of the nights. Also, we may have just been here on a particular week, but it seemed over 80% of the campers had at least one dog. The dogs at the campground were mostly well-behaved, but it sounded like there was a kennel somewhere nearby because many times a large group of dog barking was heard. On the positive side, the bath house was very clean and well-maintained, and the grounds were also in very good shape. Our concrete pad was very level, we did not have to use any of our leveling blocks. Almost all sites have pads, only the "rustic" sites on the last couple rows don't. You do have to ask for them to deliver a fire barrel to your site, and they have firewood for sale on site. They also have propane. We did not make use of the pool or the hippo slide. We won't be going back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent a week and can say it was the best RV park we stayed at ever. Site roads clearly marked and easy to maneuver, clean, pet walking areas, laundry was clean and had TV, reading material available. Store was very nice. We were late arriving, and they had left our site number, and information on the front of the store. GREAT JOB ! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground with convenient access to Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens. Very close access from I-64, yet situated in an area insulated from highway noise. Campground was easy to navigate with pull through sites. Most sites had concrete pads and grounds had mature trees to provide plenty of shade. Restrooms were clean and they were really nice with individual tiled showers. Several things for kids to do such as a pool and huge inflatable water slide. For those of you who put the importance of WiFi at the top of your camping list, the WiFi was free and reliable. With so many other campground choices, I'm not sure that I would pick this campground as a destination to just go camping. There is no lake, mini-golf, bike trails, etc. that might meet the criteria of a more complete campground experience; but it is a very good choice for a place to stay while visiting Williamsburg. We will be using our season passes to Busch Gardens more often now that we have found this place as we will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground for exploring Williamsburg. The sites were landscaped nicely and offered a concrete parking pad and patio. The sites were a little tight though. The pool was a little too small. Park was kept up very nice and the landscapers are constantly working. Bathhouse was nice, but needed to be air-conditioned. The Wi-Fi was terrible, unusable most of the time. The 45 channel DirecTV offered by the park was decent and provided premium movie channels. We've stayed both here and the KOA and would say it's pretty much a toss-up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Incredibly convenient park with some of the nicest staff I've encountered in a facility. The maintenance manager took me around the resort in his own vehicle to find me the perfect site! Clean facility, sites are relatively level. If possible, get the back sites for an extended stay. They're much more peaceful. The only thing holding me back from a perfect review is the roads. They're very dusty! We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a clean and welcoming site. The lady in reception was extremely friendly and very helpful with regards to visiting Williamsburg. Our pitch was easy to find and level. The pool was sizeable and clean, the mini golf kept our boys happy as did the excellent "Hippo Slide." The comfort station was in very good order, clean and fresh. The drive to Colonial Williamsburg takes around 20 minutes. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed for 1 night. A beautiful setting with lots of shade trees throughout. The bath house was totally refurbished with very nice upscale tile. Very clean. The campstore does not carry any perishables so if you need snacks/food you will have to stop at a grocery store. The slide was a little pricey but enjoyable. Pool was very clean and nice size. New level concrete slabs for pull through and back in. Free delivery of purchased wood to your campsite. Very pleasant staff. I will definitely be coming back for a longer stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was really nice. Sites were a little close together. We were originally assigned a site in the very back that did not look very level, also it looked like someone was in our site. When we went back to the office they took my husband out and found a different site. This time it was on concrete and level. Bathrooms and showers were amazing. Very clean! Slide was a little pricey so my kids did not use. Pool was nice. About the only problem was too few washers and dryers for as many people as was here. We stayed for 4 nights. Will definitely stay here again!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This cg was very nice. Would have given it a 10 if sites weren't so close together. Quiet hours are 10-8 and no one broke this rule. So very nice and quiet! Outside temperatures were high 90's so most folks stayed inside with cool air. The staff we encountered were VERY nice. Easy to get to off Rt 64. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great place to stay for Williamsburg and surrounding area. Easy access from Hwy 64 with great access to Williamsburg. The sites are level and spacious, with well placed hookups. Facilities were clean and well stocked. Family and pet friendly with an off leash dog area, pool, and play ground. Staff was friendly and helpful with local restaurants, attractions and directions. One of the nicest places we have stayed and we will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent little campground. The restrooms were spotless. The showers were hot and the staff were polite. The RV sites are tight and close to each other but the Temps. were in the 100's this past weekend so not that many people were or wanted to sit outside. Most of the guest we encountered were friendly. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a well-equipped campground with all the amenities you could want. It was busy, but not packed, and there were walking trails in the woods, and a fenced doggy park that was nice. There was free wi-fi, but it was very slow. My wife wanted to go down the water slide, but they charged a fee for that, so she didn't want to spend the money. For $45 a night, it would have been nice if it was free, but whatever. The staff was nice, and the park was very clean. We would stay here again for a night or two, but any more than that, and the cost would make me search elsewhere. Close to Williamsburg, and all the tourist stuff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well kept and clean park. We arrived in 106 degree heat and our first site had power output issues. We were accommodated with another site, but had to move in the heat, to their credit the staff was very helpful. Hippo slide was closed due to the heat the first day we were here. The next day we spent at Busch Gardens Water Country and had no use for the slide. Level concrete pads make set up and leveling easy. Roads are gravel and dusty when dry. Bath house was clean and well maintained. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground with concrete pads. Very level, very close to all of Williamsburg attractions. Nice pool and a huge blow up water slide for both kids and adults. Only problem were the black flies when you would try to eat out side. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed our stay at American Heritage. Nice pool, laundry facilities, and basketball court. Staff was helpful and courteous. Sites are small, and roads are gravel. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The cited nightly rate for full hookups included our Good Sam discount. Although I blink at the nightly price, the prices are competitive with other nearby campgrounds. The location, campsites, and staff are equal to and mostly better than other RV park offerings in this historic area. We will gladly return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice location, excellent staff, facilities were well maintained. Roads were dusty, playground could use an upgrade and some minor tree trimming for larger rigs. Overall great smaller park and would be a ten rating with a few minor upgrades! We will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a hidden gem found by us serendipitously. Basically we took a left while traveling to "see what this one looks like". From the moment we entered we knew where all of our stays in the Williamsburg area would be! This campground is perfectly maintained, absolutely clean, and has a terrific friendly staff. The camp store is stocked with all the basic needs, preventing us from making trips out of the campground. Who would want to leave? The pool was clear, perfectly maintained, cool, and refreshing. The bathrooms were strictly 4 star with 12x12 ceramic tile floors and walls and absolute cleanliness. It looked like they were adding some additional sites to the rear area that were going to be even more spacious and private than the main sites. I didn't inquire and am not completely sure how they are being set up. They had a giant blow up slide for the kids (and the kid still lurking inside of me). Definitely got what we paid for with plenty of value for my dollar. This campground gets an A. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground. The staff is extremely friendly and help full. They offer several reduced rates tickets to local attractions. The pool is nice and the kids loved the hippo slide. The number of sites with shade are limited, in the middle of summer in Virgina you can never have enough shade. It was above 100 degree's on several days, and there was no problems with power. I would recommend this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Enjoyed our three-night stay here. Park was quiet and clean. Trash pickup at our site every morning. Wifi was strong and cable TV excellent. The laundromat was kept clean and functional, and we had fun playing mini golf. My dogs loved the enclosed dog run. The game room, however, has seen better days. Pool table had no balls and air hockey no pucks, but other than that, no complaints. Friendly, helpful staff, and very central location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are paved and level. The streets are gravel, but very dusty. We were on the first row and people drove very fast on this particular street. This created a lot of blowing dust. The back of our RV was covered in dust. There are some shade trees, but they are trimmed. We were able to get a satellite signal. There is a fenced dog run. There is free mini-golf, a basketball court and playground for the children. The pool was not open and the advertised waterslide was not here yet. I initially paid for four days and then added three more days. I was told that the owner will not allow days to be converted to a weekly rate unless paid up front. The bath house is nice and clean, but not air-conditioned. There is no place in the shower at all to put soap or shampoo. If noise is a problem, there are very, very loud train whistles that blow many times in a row all night long. We have a 40 footer and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
American Heritage is a very nice campground. The bathhouse and bathrooms were clean and well maintained. The concrete pads made leveling my travel trailer an easy task. The sites are a bit close together, and if you want a fire pit you have to ask for one. There is a very nice walking trail at this park where you walk by a small creek most of the time. My wife and I stayed 3 nights. It was very quiet. The pool had not yet been opened, nor had the slide that you see in the pictures. I believe that opens Memorial Day weekend. We drove through the Anvil Campground and knew that it was not for us, the KOA however did look very nice. We might try to stay there the next time we go to Williamsburg just to see which one we liked the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest park in the area, convenient to all the attractions. The staff is very friendly: they work around the clock keeping things in clean, working order. We had a pull through site on the end: it was a nice, generous size. The laundry facilities are clean and easy to use. The campground office has a good gift shop with a variety of reasonably priced souvenirs. We had a good experience and would recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent two nights at the American Heritage RV Park. It is very convenient for visiting the Williamsburg and Jamestown areas. The park was clean and bathroom facilities exceptional. As there were very few campers we had the pick of the sites. Many of the other folks at the park were long-term visitors with larger RV and Fifth-Wheel units and very friendly. We would definitely stay there again. Owners were very pleasant and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed our stay at this park. The staff was very friendly at check in. The sites were clean, easy to get into, and perfectly level concrete pads. I was a bit concerned towing a 39' fifth wheel after reading some previous reviews about tight corners. I had no problem, but did see one or two rows where one would have to be careful due to the trees. The facilities were nice and the bath houses were the cleanest and nicest I've ever seen. We really enjoyed the long nature trail and having the large dog run for our dogs. The proximity to Williamsburg was convenient and the park is just far enough from I-64 that there is no road noise to speak of. It is a very peaceful campground. We only had one minor complaint, and it is as much an issue with inconsiderate campers as it is with the park. We stayed in sites 51 and 52 which are right across from the bath house. Because of that, we had a constant stream of rude people walking right through our sites. Perhaps posting a sign or creating a walkway between the sites would solve the problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet park, easily accessible to nearby Williamsburg attractions. Has concrete pads, level sites, is pet friendly. The access road is paved, but rows to sites are gravel and could use some work as rain has created potholes, especially at the park exit onto Maxton. The cable TV was OK, except it would be nice to have access to a financial channel (CNBC or Bloomberg). The laundry area was clean, but pricey and could use some additional working units. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Let me start off by stating that I expect to get basic service and amenities at every campground we visit. It's the details that set every campground apart. This campground was great on the phone, great checking in (we came in late, so checked in next morning), and the price was right. I was able to select my campsite (which I really like) and chose one in the very back of the campground for peace and quiet. The site wasn't exactly level but we were told that when we chose the site, so we can't complain about that. They have a very established nature trail that we used a lot. As I alluded to earlier, it's the details the make or break a campground for us. Here are the reasons this campground didn't get a 10: Wi-Fi was a strong signal but really slow: we sometimes waited 5 minutes for a page to load. The cable TV signal was bad: they knew about it but couldn't fix it and didn't tell us ahead of time. The playground could be nicer, no nets on the basketball hoops (again details), and there's some pretty tight turns. I would certainly stay here again as well as recommend this place to anyone. It just has a few things to fix in my opinion. Also, if you decide to come here, watch out for the giant pothole at the entrance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a large RV Park convenient to all of the Williamsburg and Jamestown Colony attractions. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. It is located a bit off the beaten path on a two-lane road that affords a quite refuge from the hustle and bustle of Wliiamsburg. We were on a full hook-up drive-thru site. Sites are fairly close together, but well-maintained and surprisingly quite considering that the campground was almost full. They have a dog-run and large nature trail that affords some quite time for man and beast off the beaten path. Overall a convenient place to stay, close to shopping and outlet malls as well as tourist attractions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Amazing facilities. Best I have seen in a campground. Full concrete sites with concrete patios. We pulled right through with our 38-footer and dropped it on the first shot. Hookups very close. Great site room, landscaped nicely. The whole park is spotless. Nice open meadows, and bathrooms, office, pool were very modern and clean. You will regret not coming to this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed two nights. This campground is super clean: the bathrooms and showers are super clean and the sites are nice, clean and quiet. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay here. We will definitely use this place again. The pool was refreshing and clean. They have a fenced-in dog run that our pooch just loved. The price was good too. They accept Good Sam, AAA and Military. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We were pleasantly surprised on how nice the restrooms and pool were. Many families and older couples stayed with dogs. We will come back again. We camped here in a Tent.
[ 10 / 10 ]
The sites were concrete and very level. The pool was nice but the waterslide is extra money. Restrooms were the most modern and clean I have seen. Was nice and quiet when we were here. We would stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason I didn't give American Heritage a 10 is that the cable is limited (my husband disappointed that they didn't have ESPN), the sites are close together, and there wasn't much shade for most of the spots, and laundry was expensive. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The park is convenient to Colonial Williamsburg. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really loved the proximity to I-64 which made it really easy to get to the attractions that we wanted to see. The staff at the park was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. They also responded very quickly to problems (latch on the dog run was broken and was repaired within a couple of hours). The kids enjoyed the pool (although there's no kiddie pool) and the mini-golf. I didn't have any major complaints, however I did find it difficult getting into my assigned site (#61). First off, I was told to enter the row the wrong way to back into the site (this row has sites angled both ways). This campground has concrete pads which make leveling very easy, however some sites have a steeper approach than others. The site I was assigned had a steep enough approach that I needed to use 4WD to back the trailer up onto the pad. We were told that 1 vehicle could park at the site, however with our 32' trailer we could only park parallel to the road. Overall we had a great time here, however next time we will request a different site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very professional and friendly staff. This has got to be one of the most well run campground I've ever been to. Clean well thought out bathrooms. All the sites that I noticed had cement pads. Water pressure and electricity fine at our site and sites that I noticed were average in size. Campground lightly wooded with decent shade. Very nicely landscaped campground. Spotless laundry room with A/C and TV. Campground has small dog park. Wi-Fi worked good at our site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Best campground we ever been too. The sites were the best we have seen. Huge concrete pads with concrete patio connected. Office, pool, bathrooms were really up to date and clean. This place is landscaped and very well taken care of. Friendly staff, helped with touring the area. They also set up a huge slide for the kids which was fun. Best campground in the area. Can't beat the facilities here and there HD channel lineup was good as well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a wonderful experience. We camped as a part of a group: couple travel trailers and a motorhome. The staff placed us in adjacent sites even on short notice. The staff were extremely friendly and most helpful. The sites were wide with easy access and paved, there was also paved patios. We found the railroad noise minimal. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This was our first trip in our new camper and our first time to visit Williamsburg. This park was great! Very nice lots, the park was very clean. The showers and bathrooms could have used air in them but it was not that bad. A very nice place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Very nice RV park with concrete pads. Not much to do. A good home base for Williamsburg. My site was next to a sewer vent across the road so it smelled. Other than this we had a nice stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Good Park! Very friendly staff, good location to Williamsburg and other historic areas. Pool is older but well kept. Available space and equipment for families with children. The only drawbacks are that not all sites are capable of receiving satellite TV, the internet service is somewhat unreliable and the clubhouse is not open. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were a little skeptical about going to this campground in the dead of summer. Although the campground was very busy (full for the weekend) it was very quiet at night. At first sight, it looks like the sites are very close together but actually the way the sites are laid out, you have quite a nice roomy site with concrete pads and patios. All sites are full hook-ups with cable, Wi-Fi (we didn't use) and 50 amp electric. This campground is close to all Williamsburg attractions. Check-in went very smooth and we were given fresh baked Spunkmeyer chocolate chip cookies which were wonderful and offered such a sense of hospitality. This is a very attractive campground and I would highly recommend staying here. Job well done American Heritage!!! P.S. Let me say 2 of the 4 reservations we made together were moved around to our dissatisfaction. When I brought this to their attention when we were the first to arrive a day earlier then the rest of our party, they quickly made it right so our entire group could be together. Top Notch Guys! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our site was level, and the campground is well maintained. The office staff was very friendly. The pool and playground were adequate. The camp was convenient to all Williamsburg area sites that one might want to visit. This was a quiet location- I did not notice any highway noise. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. Close to Colonial Williamsburg (about 5 miles) and Busch Gardens (about 15 miles). Park staff is friendly and helpful. Washers and dryers work well. A few dryers money slots stuck and needed some jiggling to get them loose. While the sites look like they are close together, the design layout makes it seem that there is lots of room between sites. We didn't have to look directly into anyone's windows or sit next to their sewer hook-up. Mostly long pull-throughs. Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground!!! Sites had concrete pads and grass that were fairly level. Not many activities at campground other than pool. But this is a destination campground since you are within 10 miles of Busch Gardens/Water Country and Colonial Williamsburg. Will come back here and highly recommend to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed there in June with our two children. The park was well kept and quite. We spent most of our time at the amusement parks but having the pool to relax at after a busy day was great. They also have a dog park that was a nice place to take the dog and play with him after being left alone all day at the kennel. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This large campground has all the amenities, including a friendly and helpful staff. The paved and level sites which can easily accommodate the largest rigs are close together and lined up like a parking lot, but there are trees. Most camping rigs seem to be placed permanently. It is very convenient to Williamsburg and I-64. Good wi-fi and cell phone coverage. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice wide sites, but interior roads can be somewhat narrow, especially if vehicles in the next row are close to the road. Concrete pads are basically level, roads are gravel and quite dusty. Management doesn't do a very good job of enforcing speed limits which makes the dust even worse. Some "campers" tended to be fairly loud during the day, but after dark, the park was quiet. Wi-Fi was good, cable is somewhat limited due to only basic channels. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a peaceful park! Park was full for Father's Day weekend but very quiet - even with all of the dogs. All owners were very responsible with their pets. Great location with spacious sites. Concrete pads were very nice. Cookies at check-in were a bonus. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park met our needs. The registration process was easy and the staff pleasant. The main campground roads are wide however, the lanes between the rows are a bit narrow, so pulling out slowly is necessary and an outside spotter is helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park but it was hot this weekend and their power got low on the voltage. I will say that the owners called the electric company but they got very little satisfaction. The fact of the matter though is that the power was sitting at 108-111 volts on both legs of the 50 amp plug. This was worse the further in the park you go. They have an issue that I am sure they will get fixed as it was not this weekend. They are a great campground and have plenty of space and nice sites that can get TV reception for the Sat system. I know I stated that the power was low but it is and was a pleasant camping weekend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just far enough away from the hustle and bustle, but close enough to make it convenient to Williamsburg attractions. The park is well cared for on the whole, which is reflected in a clean bath house and pool facility. It is family friendly and offers just the right ambiance for a great camping trip. We stayed during a busy holiday weekend and the park ran out of fire rings. Otherwise, we were very happy and will stay here again should we return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park was really a wonderful experience. Restroom and showers are very nice. The owner and his wife seem to take great pride in their campground. They are usually around checking on things. The staff here is excellent. You are only a short distance from Yorktown, Jamestown, and Colonial Williamsburg. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground MORE than lived up to our expectations. The staff was great: very courteous. We used the Late Checkout ($10 fee) to extend our weekend. The bath house was immaculate. Very convenient to I-64 and also to Williamsburg. Sites were GREAT! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while working at Busch Gardens. It has level sites, very clean showers and some of the friendliest staffs you could find anywhere. There is a dog park for the furry members of the family and is convenient to all the Williamsburg attractions. We will stay here the next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not much to add to previous comments; this is a RV park that really cares about providing a quality experience to your stay here. The sites are plenty adequate in size, concrete, level, with perfectly functioning utilities. The bath house is wonderfully appointed, great showers. As a dog person, I want to point out the wonderful grassy meadows that surround the camping area; my good friend, the perfect Golden Retreiver, had a wonderful time here. I think you will too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It has been quite a few years since we have stayed here. I can tell the current owners have made some wonderful changes. The sites have been leveled out, concrete pads on most of them. They also have a small pad for your tow vehicle or toad. The roads could use paving. When I spoke to the owner that will be the next upgrade. Now the bathrooms, WOW. Ceramic floors and walls, with individual stalls for showers and toilets, with doors. Very private and clean. Just as nice as some hotels I stayed in. You can tell the owner really cares. Two items that need to be improved on is the store, there really isn't one. You have to go Walmart about 4 miles away for small propane or other necessities. Although the pool is not open, it could use some updating as well. Overall, they are doing great, and we already have made reservations for August. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New concrete pads, nice friendly office staff, lots of open space for kids to play. Sites a little cramped for my taste but very nicely maintained. As others have said, roads are dirt and potentially dusty. Pool still closed this early in the season. About 12-15 minutes to Colonial Williamsburg. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good basic campground if you want to explore the Williamsburg area. Sites are a little dusty depending on the weather. We booked multiple sites for a family gathering that were messed up, so the family was not together. The staff did their best to put us as close together as possible. Basic playground and pool and an excellent dog run. No daily activities for the kids when we were there (late March for spring break). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a very clean campground with level concrete pads at all sites; very quiet. Bathrooms were awesome, very modern and immaculate. Good place to camp and visit Williamsburg. Staff very friendly. We will plan to stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here after checking in at Anvil Campground (which was about $1 less), then checking out when we discovered the bathrooms weren't heated (there was snow on the ground). Glad we did. The bathhouses here are beautiful and very clean, showers have good water pressure. Sites are spaced out, and most of the trees aren't in the way of the big rigs. There's a train but we didn't hear it very often. The wi-fi is OK, not great. Friendly host. It's about 10 miles from Colonial Williamsburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I absolutely loved the place. People maintaining the place daily. Restrooms are spotless and very modern. The water is fine and all services were great. Nice store too. High speed Wi-Fi was really great to have. It turned out cold and windy. They came around picking up sticks, and the owner asked if I was OK. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is the nicest park in the area, however it does have some drawbacks. The $28 rate was based on a month's stay, which is double what we've paid anywhere else for a month. We had an electrical problem when we arrived which was traced to a bad circuit breaker on the pole, which they promptly replaced. The cable was robust, and although we were tucked in the back, we were able to get satellite. The wifi was strong, but had technical problems that made using it very annoying. I thought it was unreasonable of them to not allow any vehicle washing even from a bucket. If you're going to stay in that dusty environment for a month, especially at those rates, you should have washing privileges, even if you have to pay a few dollars. They do have mostly concrete slabs, which is nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff in a clean campground and clean newly-remodeled bathrooms. Train noise described in previous reviews did not bother us, even at night. Excellent wi-fi signal strength and speed. There is trash pickup at your site. There is plenty of space between sites and plenty of room for tow vehicles or toads. Narrow lanes require wide turns but even though lanes are narrow, access into and out of campsites are easy. About 15 minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, and 30 minutes from Jamestown or Yorktown historic sites. We definitely would stay here again. The only shortcomings we noticed were dusty gravel lanes which do not accommodate leaving RV windows open and, in a rear section of the park, there is a junkie storage area with maintenance materials, vehicles, junk, etc. A fence to conceal that eyesore would be welcome. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice big trees on pull through sites. Didn't like all the dust from the road, but it's tolerable. Trash pick up is nice. Centrally located to all the areas main attractions. Most things are at most 20 min. drive. Pool is small and out dated. Was easily crowed. Cable TV didn't work very well we only got a few channels. Office said it was our problem and wasn't very interested in solving the trouble. It wasn't a problem with our equipment. It worked fine before that stay and after... Wish the office was a little more friendly. We stayed here for a long weekend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice park with concrete sites and patio areas. Getting onto site is a bit tricky on some sites as there is steep incline up to pad. We saw some big motor homes have a tough time exiting out of park, due to tight corners at end of rows. Bathhouses are newly remodeled and very nice. The Wi-fi was spotty. Cable got knocked out for 2 weeks after storm and there was no sense of urgency to get it fixed quickly. A nice pool, laundry and camp store. We also liked the enclosed dog run so our dogs could be off leash and run a while. It is close to attractions in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have reviewed this park before. They have made many upgrades since we last visited. Many sites now have level concrete pads - and that can be a problem for larger units. Some sites have steep entrance ramps to the pad and some pads are not well graded. The steep entrance ramps to a pad can/will cause some camping units to drag bottom when entering or exiting a pad site. This condition will only be a problem for some sites and/or some camping units. I am just posting this as a warning to be aware of this possibility. The staff will work with you if you think you are going to have a problem. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have reviewed this park before, but they have made major improvements to it since the last time I reviewed it a number of years ago. Now they have poured concrete pads for the rigs at every site just about except their primitive sites. They have pull thru and back in sites, but they all have concrete pads and full hookups or so it seems walking the campground. They have a wifi here too though I could not log in, but it is free. I am just using the aircard and that works pretty fast here. I would say that the interior roads are still gravel and put up a bit of dust but the entrance road has been paved as well so that is much nicer as well. They have made nice improvements to the sites and have mature trees and nice sites though they are a bit closer together than I would like and they have alot of extra room around the sites for future expansion. The people at the desk were very nice as well. We will come back here again, but mabe not let as much time pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
American Heritage has been doing some work on the grounds. Many of the sites now have level cement pads. They have also paved the entrance to the park but not the roads. It appears the work has killed some of the grass at the sites. That may be repaired in time. It is still a nice CG, and they are working to keep it up to date. We will stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed over July 4th holiday and found campgrounds to be very nice. It is convenient to Historic Williamsburg. The playground is small but nice as is the pool. There is easy access from I-64. The staff was very friendly, the camp store well stocked and the entire place was very clean. The sites have nice level concrete pads, with tables. My only complaint was that my site had two trees, one on either side. One prevented the awning from being extended...not a real concern on this trip. But the other made it difficult to make a left turn out of the site without going into the site across the road. Luckily, they left early on the morning of our departure so, again, it was not a problem for us. We would gladly stay here again although we would ask for a different site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The staff were very friendly and even helped us pick a good restaurant for dinner. The bathrooms were large, spotless and nicer looking than most home bathrooms. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park near Williamsburg with all concrete pads. We asked to leave our trailer for a period after we checked out and they allowed us to park our trailer in their storage area for free for 3 hours. Newly renovated bathrooms are great with new tile. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We very much enjoyed our stay at this campground. It was very clean, and the staff was very friendly. We were a late check-in as was another couple that we met. We both wished we could have gotten a card to access the Wi-Fi in our late check-in packet. We will definitely return here when we go back to Williamsburg. It was very easy to get to Busch Garden, Water Country USA, and nearby historic areas. We also found it very easy to get to Wal-mart. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought it was a wonderful place to stay! The bathrooms were exceptionally clean and the park overall was very clean. The pool was nice and the laundry facilities were nice also. The playground was small but adequate. You could hear the train a bit, however I was the only one in our camper that it woke up in the night. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is clean, staff friendly and helpful. The only complaint we have is that other campers kept cutting through our site as well as other sites in the campground. I find this rude when outside trying to eat dinner, etc. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are all concrete, including the picnic table area. The bath house was nicer than the bathrooms in my house! The WiFi signal was strong, but got congested during peak usage. The camp store has very reasonable prices for ice, fire wood, ice cream, etc. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Wanted to stay weekdays thru the weekend with no reservation, so they found me a spot. It was 10" out of level, front to back. The rest of the sites appeared much better and paved up front. I was glad to get it. Office had a huge $ coupon for Busch Garden that was equal to 1 night at campground. Great. Huge cable line up, and spotless bath house. Office staff very hepful. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The office staff, especially the woman who stays until closing, is extremely helpful and friendly in this park. WIFI was extremely dependable and FREE! We were gone all three days we stayed here - sightseeing in Williamsburg and Busch Gardens, but the people seemed to be very friendly and nice. The park has a dog run, but it is unlit and back near the woods, so it's a little buggy and you would have to visit it before sunset. All in all, we would definitely stay here again, even though it was a drive to all of the locations we wanted to see (but then again, that's the way it was with everything). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a fantastic camp for your family. The camp was full of children, but yet it was very quiet and relaxing. The pool was very refreshing and the shower house is so nice and new. The staff was so helpful for anything, and they were very accommodating for a late check out after a fun day at Busch Gardens. We will definitely be heading back to this campsite in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well laid out - angled pull through allows separation of picnic table and neighbors sewer hookup. Level concrete pads. Good cable and wi-fi. Railroad 1/4 mile or so away can be loud. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, quiet ,except for a train every once in a while. Kind of country feel. Spotless and modern bathrooms. Road by office is paved, but by sites still dirt and gravel, which makes a mess when wet. Sites are concrete with patio and picnic table. Some shaded sites. Staff very friendly and helpful. More new sites going in now at the rear of the park. On newer sites park the sewer is not so far back on the site. Dial up modem was available in laundry. WiFi was mostly good, but would drop out at high usuage times. Pool looks nice, but I didn't use as it was still cool here. Water and electric are fine, but water doesn't taste so great. Fairly decent laundry at $1.50 for both W/D. About 4 miles from Superwalmart, HD, and Lowes. We would come back again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would probably rate the campground a little higher if the roads were paved. The dirt/gravel interior roads are very dusty except when it rains and then they become muddy. At this price I would expect paved roads. Other than that, a great place! The site pads are long and level. Free wifi that is actually high speed. Large grassy areas to walk the dogs as well as a fenced dog run area. Very convenient to the Williamsburg attractions and easy access to I-64. The office folks are very friendly as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is exceptionally clean. Bathrooms and showers are brand new and spotless. While we were there, they were in the process of laying blacktop at the entrance to the campground. Although we did have to ask for a fire ring, we were told that the camp has plans to install permanent fire pits at each site. This campground also has a fenced dog exercise area, which is especially nice if you want to exercise your pets off leash. Although not a lot of activities are available, this is a clean, quiet place to camp. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camp in the fall, so this park has been very empty and spacious each of the two times that we have visited. We have found the staff to be very helpful, the grounds and buildings very clean. Sites we had were spacious pull-throughs, easy access. We give this campground an "8" because of two things. You have to pay for WiFi, $1.00 a day. Other campgrounds that we frequent include it in the price. For this daily fee, WiFi should be included. Also, there is an additional charge for a fire ring. In all of our years of camping, we have come to expect a fire ring to be included in the basic price of a campsite. But these are just minor issues. Overall, a very nice spot to use as a base to explore the Williamsburg area. Easy on-off to I-64. Only about 15 minutes to the visitor's center. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Horrible site access. We were in a 35' TT pulled by a dually. Could not make turns to get on assigned site & had to cross another site. When leaving, again could not make turn due to trees and ditches on road in front of site. Campground help directed me across a vacant site and camper scraped tree causing $700 damage to TT. Staff denied reponsibility. Unless you get a pull thru site in the front rows (and have a long rig) you need to bypass this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The sites were tight and roads narrow, a limited number of pull through sites the roads were dirt and rutted from rain run off making it hard to back into sites. However it was a good location for touring the area and the staff was very friendly. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well located for exploring the Williamsburg area. Lots of trees which is good for shade, but bad for satellite dish. The park's cable tv made up for this shortcoming by including all the Encore movie channels in its lineup. The site had a level concrete pad and patio. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park as a base for a week in Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. The staff was very friendly and helpful, check in was quick and our site was quickly assigned. We had made reservations with the usual one night deposit. The site was a pull through on the first row of sites. Road was a little dusty. All utilities worked perfectly including "cable" which is their version of DirecTV. We were in the trees so could not use the satellite. It was a 20 minute drive into the historic district to the Civil War Visitors Center down Route 60. This route is one of the main hwys into the historic district with lots of shopping and restaurants. All of the outlet malls and shops are along this road too. There is a good grocery store near by, and Wal-Mart not too far away. We were very pleased with our stay there and would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice park, with most sites shaded, and some very wooded. Most sites did have concrete pads which were fairly level. The bath house was conveniently located in the middle of the park, and is undergoing renovation. Don't expect a modern sparkling bathroom, but the work they are doing looks very nice. The showers are mostly done, and everything was clean, even though under construction. They have a large swimming pool and a small game room nearby. I didn't notice any organized activities, and the office/store had limited hours. Store was stocked with bare essentials, but they had a decent assortment of normally needed RV supplies. Park was conveniently located between route 60 and I-64. It was 20 minutes from most activities in the area (Busch Gardens Europe, Water Country USA, and Colonial Williamsburg), but we enjoyed the feeling of being away from it all. A very nice campground to use as a base while visiting the area, and we will likely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice, clean, fairly quiet campground with beautiful grounds. Not as close to Colonial Williamsburg as we thought; about 20 minutes to get to the Visitors Center. Great place to stay in the Williamsburg area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground with level, shaded sites. Although the sites seemed somewhat close together, we did not feel that they were any closer than some other, nationally known campgrounds. The park was clean, quiet, and did not appear to attract party campers. This campground has a fenced dog run to exercise your dog, and plenty of open field space surrounding the campground for volleyball, football, etc. It took about 10 minutes to get to Williamsburg from the campground. Although the bathrooms were being remodeled, they were spotless, and should be beautiful when they are finished. Overall, we thought this was an excellent campground. Our biggest complaint was that there was almost nothing in the camp store if you forgot something. Also, there are no camp led activities if you are looking for things to do with kids at the campground. This is mostly a campground for relaxing after a long day of activities in the Williamsburg area. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an RV Park, not a campground. I wouldn't stay here to just enjoy the surroundings, but if you are looking for a "home base" to check out all there is to do and see in Williamsburg, it works. PROS: Level sites with full hook-ups, nice pool, friendly staff, close to attractions. CONS: Only one bathhouse that really needs some work, sites are very close together, wi-fi connection was very difficult to get. We stayed here for two nights as a stop over on our way to the beach, and spent one day at Water Country. For our purposes, this park worked well and we would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is utilitarian--the sites are crammed together, there is only one bathhouse so there was always a wait for the shower and sometimes for the toilets (at least one was always not working). The flies were horrible--we had to eat inside because of the number of flies that showed up when we made dinner. I would probably not go back to this park. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Pros: Big pool, laundry facility (open 24 hours) Cons: Pay for WiFi connection. Very small, close sites. This is clearly a Park, not a Campground. Not a place for relaxing at your RV or enjoying your surroundings. But great for base of operations for seeing/doing all things Williamsburg. Shower facilities were limited and under remodel reconstruction which was annoying - not even a hook to hang your towel/clothes on. Probably they'll be done next summer from the lack of activity during the five nights/six days we were there. Essentially an RV parking lot with swatches of grass at each door step. Very level sites on concrete pads no less. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park with shade trees, a nice pool, and a very pleasant staff. The staff is very helpful, and in fact when a large storm blew in they ran around putting down awnings on campers. Most of the sites are level, and you can ask for a concrete pad site, but some of the sites are not very level at all. Make sure you insist on a level site if you need one. We asked twice, and although we were assured it was a level site, it was very unlevel side to side. A ways out of Williamsburg, but not too far to keep you from staying here. Trains can be heard from time to time in the distance, but not a major problem. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Chose this park due to this site. We had a concrete pad and patio next to the bath house. Site was large because of being next to the bath house.Some sites were small and unpaved. Looked like some sites in the back had just been dug out of the trees. Dust was bad on entrance road and through the campground. Needed rain badly! Pool was nice as well as the laundry room. Didn't use the game-room. Bathhouse was being remodeled but was clean. Gentleman cleaning about 10:30 one night. Not a lot in the store but we had a car to go get anything we needed. Easy to get to all local sites from this park. Enjoyed our stay and would definitely recommend it to others. We will definitely be back when returning to Williamsburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this campground because of its close proximity to Colonial Williamsburg. The campground is also very close to shopping and restaurants. The bathrooms were being renovated, but were clean and had plenty of hot water. The laundry had 4 (if I remember correctly) washer/dryers, so I was able to do all my laundry in one shot. There were also video games, snack machines, books/magazines table and chairs in the laundry room. My children loved the pool, which was clean and had bathrooms as well. We had to change sites 2 times because we had decided to stay extra days to see Williamsburg. So if you are planning to stay longer than first planned try to advise the office asap. Apparently this park is very popular due to its location and gets booked. The sites were close together and not wooded. Also if you are allergic to dust I don't recommend this park. The roads are not paved and everytime a vehicle drives by a plume of smoke covers the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good place to stay if you want to check out the Williamsburg area. This was a nice little campground with short driving distance to the pottery factory, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Not much to do in the campground itself. There was a pool, maybe 3 or 4 arcade games, and a very small playground. (I shouldn't call it a playground, It was a swing set with a small slide) Bathrooms were ok and under construction. Pretty clean. If you are just looking for a place to sleep after exploring the area it is perfect. If you are looking for a campground with a lot of amenties and activities, try somewhere else. As someone else mentioned the dust was bad. Everytime someone would drive by, your site would get dusted...even when going very slow. They charge you for a fire ring which I have never run into before. Only $2.00 for length of stay which is not much but, like I said, I was never charged extra anywhere for that before. The people at the front desk were nice but the campground store was very limited and had short hours. Luckily, there is a Super Walmart a short drive away. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The one thing that comes to mind when thinking about this place is: dust. All roads are dusty, and it would be solved with fresh gravel or a weekly lime dusting. Other than that, I agree with the previous postings, although we had a particularly huge site, with plenty of side room. Our satellite antenna would not work(trees), but the cable was decent, as was the laundry room. The office hours were standard (9-5), and the park was well located for a Williamsburg visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rates are high for what you get, but they are not altogether bad. The sites are "adequate" meaning that everything works. However, they are very tight and not particularly level. We have a 37' fifth wheel which we travel in full-time, and we could not make the turns without running through the ditches (which had a number of tire tracks through them). Fortunately, the ditches are shallow, so that is not a major problem. Parking around your RV is also limited, as the spaces are about big enough for your unit itself, and nothing more. The playground consists of one residential style playground unit. The laundry was adequate, but expensive. Everything was kept up in good order, which was certainly a positive. The location is also convenient to the interstate and Wal-Mart is only a few minutes away, as our other major attractions including Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens and Water Country. The cable TV works, but the quality was not good on several channels, and TVGuide does not have a specific listing for the channels they offer, which means you have to guess what will be on! We have already booked 2 more stays here, but do wish that there was either something lower cost in the area, or the same cost but higher quality. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped at this park so we could visit Colonial Williamsburg. The park is nothing special but it seemed quiet and clean. To our surprise and shock, a group moved into the row behind our rig and proceeded to set up a tent. They then began to perform bluegrass music. This went on and on until around 9:0 p.m., I asked them to please stop so we could get some rest. They did stop about 15 minutes later. I went to the office the next morning to complain and was told that this was a prearranged bluegrass festival every year. Many more groups of bluegrass players were arriving and began setting up all throughout the campsite area. I suggested that the management allow the folks to set up in a large grassy area away from the main campsites. However, I was told that the participants would not agree to that. Apparently someone neglected to tell me about this festival when I made my reservation. We were surrounded by people playing bluegrass music and all different tunes. It was intolerable. Management did, finally, allow us to move to a campsite as far removed from the music as possible. We will never go back to this campground. We also recommend that anyone making a reservation here ask up front if any "activities" will be going on during their stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here to explore the Williamsburg/Jamestown area. Our site and most others had a concrete pad so it was completely level, as well as a concrete patio. We were not in the shaded area, but even so there were lovely decorative trees throughout the campground. There was a nice playground. The pool was not open during our visit. We were able to purchase our Williamsburg tickets from the camp store, but the cashier neglected to tell us they were just vouchers and that we still needed to get in line at Williamsburg. One other problem that occurred, we came out of our trailer after dinner to find our site completely wet. Once we confirmed it was not our trailer leaking, we realized our sewer was overflowing. Management sent workers over to our site and they wanted to borrow our flashlights, hoses, extension cords to look at the problem. Finally they got there own gear and ended up using a back-hoe to dig up a few sites away to fix the problem. Took well into the night and was loud, but at least it got fixed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean. Easy to get into sites. Firewood is delivered right to your campsite. We did have a couple of trains wake us up at night and early morning, but that wasn't too big of a deal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this as a base for Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. The office hours were really limited and that was a bit frustrating. There was also a lot of construction, it looks like they are pouring concrete slabs at most sites. That will really improve the park, as our gravel site was not level. The playground equipment was nice, and otherwise the park was clean and well kept. We camped here with small children, and would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice facility. No propane on site. We couldn't get satellite reception (sat. internet) and used their Wifi, with good reception and speed. Only $1 a day (I think they should all be free, but $1 is the best paid fee I've seen). A nice place to stay in Williamsburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and quiet. Wireless is pretty fast and there are two transmitters, so everyone gets it. Helpful, friendly staff. Cable is okay with 43 channels, but no History Channel. Lots of movie channels though (Starz and Encore) and 3 ESPN channels. Walmart, Farm Fresh, Lowes, Home Depot and multiple restaurants within five minute drive. Really peaceful here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pleasant park that is well-maintained, some shady sites, clean restrooms, nice hiking trail around park, very family friendly. The staff were very friendly. Overall campground clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this campground on the basis of other reviews, and were not disappointed. It's one of the nicest places we've stayed. It is very peaceful and quiet, except for an occasional train. We had rain during the three nights we stayed here, so were thankful for the concrete patio area. Staff and park manager were very nice. We were leaving the day the park was to be booked full for a bluegrass concert, and we were allowed to park our camper near the office so we could visit Jamestown after checkout time. The only problem was difficulty of finding anyone after the office closed at 5 p.m. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone visiting the Williamsburg area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We loved American Heritage campground. It was one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. It had a nice new playground, pool that was clean, and a great large dog run. The bathrooms and campground were very clean. The staff was very friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I must say the folks at American Heritage are a class act! We were towing a car dolly and while hooking up my car I forgot the lock pin on the ground and drove away from the camp ground, about 6 miles down the road we stopped and got gas and when getting back onto the interstate we where delayed on the ramp by an accident, needless to say I had no place to turn around the motorhome and the car so I needed to unhook everything to get turned around, when i noticed my lock pin was missing from my dolly I called American Heritage and was advised that a boy turned the pin in, the owners asked where we were and made the trip out to deliver the pin to us!!! I offered money for their time but they would not accept. What more can I say? You just do not get that type of service anyplace!! I want to thank them again for such a great camping expirence and their kindness for taking the time out to helping us. I will be back!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived at the campground around 6:00 p.m. and were greeted by the host and park manager. Checkin was a breeze and we got the site we had requested when we made reservations back in May. What a lovely campground! Restrooms and bath house were the cleanest I've ever seen at a campground and free showers to boot! Park itself was cleaned daily, no trash to be seen anywhere. Quiet time hours were observed and followed, but even before the hours were enforced, it was very quiet and there were many children about. Concrete pads at every site made for easy leveling for my husband. You could rent a fire pit for $4.00 for your entire stay and that included a huge bucket of wood! There was so much wood we actually left about 8 pieces when we left for the next people and we had a fire every night. Neighbors were very friendly. We even got together with our neighbors and their children to play a few "family oriented" card and board games games. Kids had a great time, lots to do here with the swimming pool and club house along with the playground. Nature trail was massive and you really felt far away from civilization while walking it; its over a mile long and winds through the woods. Pets are allowed (although we didn't bring ours), and have a wonderfully large open run away from the campers, which is really nice for the animals. Manager came over to our site asking us if everything was to our liking and also asked if we would change anything, what would it be to make the park better. There was nothing we'd change, as it was all excellent. Manager stated the owner of the campground takes customers reviews very seriously and tries to improve per their requests. I would definitely stay here again when we are in the Williamsburg area. At $33.65 per night with the Good Sam discount, you can't beat it! My highest recommendations! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park near Williamsburg. Most sites are shaded. Ours had a new concrete pad with sod placed around it; new utility pedestal with cable TV; WiFi is $1 day and worked fine. We live in Suffolk and enjoy the local CGs around here. We will definitely go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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We paid the monthly rate in prime season. Easy access from Interstate. Shopping was close by. They were still upgrading cable to some sites. It has mostly shaded sites. Slightly out of the way, but close enough to enjoy all of Williamsburg history. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a fantastic campground close to the historic triangle. Sites were great and staff was very helpful in directing us to things to see and do. I would highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff friendly but office closes up early. Campsites not very level. Quiet atmosphere. Close to Colonial Williamsburg and shops on the main strip. Overall campground clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground. Friendly staff. Only complaint is alot of sites are not level. Also, if you are looking for a playground for kids, NOT one there. Camp is about 10-15 minutes north of Williamsburg. Very easy to get to from I-64 We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very clean, well maintaing CG. The bathhouses were especially nice with homey touches like live plants. There is a really nice dog run. The employees are very friendly and helpful. This CG is very close to all of the attractions in Williamsburg. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park to use as base of operation if you are going to Williamsburg/Busch Gardens. A very few of the sites have concrete pads, most are grass and roads are crushed rock making it slightly dusty. Sites will fit biggest of motorhomes, saw everything in here from small TT's to Prevosts and Newells. Not much in the way of amenities. Pool closed until Memorial weekend, no playground, no cable TV. Bathrooms very clean, grassy areas neatly trimmed and mowed. Quite park, heard a train one night off in the distance. WIFI available for $1.00 per day - very sporadic, especially difficult to use in the evenings and we were only two sites away from the antenna. Plug in modem available in clubhouse. Cheaper than the local KOAs but still overpriced especially considering that the pool wasn't even open - think they should have lower rates when "off" season. Friendly office staff escorted you to site. No privacy between sites, but they are large enough to have awnings open and not touch your neighbor. Trash pick up every morning at your site. New electrical service, shade and full sun sites available. We would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice, quiet, friendly park close to Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown and all the other attractions in that area. The Park has some sites with concrete pads, some are also shaded. New electrical service (50/30/20) and cable TV boxes installed this spring. A friendly and welcoming staff keep this a clean and well kept RV park that we'd visit again without any hesitation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed at this campground for a week while visiting Colonial Williamsburg. Clean, quiet campground. Very friendly staff. All facilities were clean and well kept. Excellent WiFi service. Level sites with easy access to utilities. Enough room to extend all four slide-rooms and our awning. Daily trash pick-up onsite. Safe place to stay as some of the staff lives in the campground. WorkAmpers welcome. Good Sam, AARP, AAA and S-M-A-R-T discounts. Very good atmosphere, washers & dryers are a bit old and could be updated but are all functional and do a good job. Would stay again if visiting Colonial Williamsburg - and would not hesitate to recommend to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Do not understand the above comments. We found the staff very friendly and helpful in directions to the surrounding area. Their grounds were clean and neat. The bathroom was especially clean. No loud noise, very peaceful CG. We stayed there October 2005, and will go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros: wide sites, clean bathroom Cons: Note NO refunds. At check-in (off season) they wanted us to pay full week. We hesitated until seeing campground. The check-in lady was rather manipulative saying somebody could request our site and we'd have to move! We were losing our discount, etc. Her attitude was certainly not hospitable and she even refused to give us directions to local sites--wouldn't take the trouble to copy the already available directions??? Her attitude led us to check out other campgrounds, but it wasn't worth the hassle to move. We paid 2-3 days/time (stayed a week). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy access to I64. They have a nice pool and clean facilities. Sites seem to be almost level with shade. Some had concrete pads others didn't. Game room needs new equipment. Stayed here to go to Bush Gardens. Will return to visit Williamsburg. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here July '05 for one week. Employees very helpful and friendly. The cleanest and nicest bathroom I have ever seen in a campground! The place is neat & well kept. There is a pool here but not much to do other than that. Game room was a disappointment to our 11 yr old - all that's in it is 3 or 4 very old arcade games probably from the 80's. No planned activities that we're aware. Would recommend & would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV Park was very clean and well maintained. We arrived a couple of hours earlier than check-in, however, they were quite happy to let us book in early and there were no problems with our reservations. They were very friendly and extremely helpful when we checked in providing a lot of information regarding what was available near the campground, they also provided us with a list and locations for banks, stores, churches, etc. Our site was a fairly large corner site (#28) and had a concrete pad, however, a lot of the sites did not. We camped here primarily because it was close to Williamsburg. We would return again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We picked this campground after reading the posts about the train noise and the fact that we have a pop-up when we made the reservations. We ended up staying here in a new Hybrid. The campground is nice, it has plenty of shade, a nice pool and a book exchange. Most sites are pull through but have very little vegitation for privacy. We were very pleased and will return if in the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
WONDERFUL campground, nicest bath house we've seen anywhere, mostly grass/gravel pull thru sites with most being very easy to level on. Nice pool, nice laundry facilities, no cable but the satellite reception was easy and good. Easy access to/from I64. Game room wasn't much, but adult lounge was nice, very open, and quiet. This will definitely be our base of ops whenever we go to the Williamsburg area. While in the Williamsburg area we went to the Prime Outlet...this place is NOT rv friendly!!! Very little rv parking BEHIND the place with the dumpsters. Whatever you do, don't pull in here with your TOAD attached. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is a few miles outside Williamsburg so it's a 15 minute drive to any activities. Setting is rural but easy access to interstate. Individual sites are reasonable size but all are close together. Shaded sites in the trees are primitive only. Nice dog run but it's a long walk from sites. Very few children activities. Good base of operations when touring the area. It's not a destination campground. Very friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, convenient to Williamsburg. We were with a group of people and they
scattered us up too much, would have rather been parked closer together. Everyone was very nice and they had trash pickup even this late in the year, clean restrooms and quiet campground except for the train that runs next to the campground which ran about 3-4 times on Thursday night. I would return if in the area, but not my favorite campground for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
We stayed here on our way to the Outer Banks. Campground was very clean. The folks at the registration desk were very friendly and helpful. Very little shade (most sites 90% were in the sun) not a problem for us. Very quiet, no traffic noise. Close to the Pottery and all attractions, close to I-64. We will stay here again. We stayed here in a 37ft 5th wheel / Dodge Ram 3500 in September 2004.
We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is a very nice park located a few miles west of Williamsburg. The park was very clean and grassy. Some sites have concrete pads but all are good sized and can accommodate large rigs. We will return to this park on our next vist. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This was our first time out and we loved this place. The bathrooms/showers were spotless.
The staff was friendly and helpful. Since it was our first time, they sent someone with us to show us where and how to set up. We were there May, 2004 in a Damon Daybreak 3270. P.S. Thanks to the Texas fella who gave my hubbie tips on keeping the motorhome between the white lines! His advice was invaluable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Very nice campground. The restooms and showers were very clean, and the park itself was
spotless. We ended up with a concrete padded site. The park had several wooded trails for hiking and biking. Roads were mostly gravel, but packed enough for
my three year old to ride with training wheels. Other than the pool and large fields there is little in the way of recreation, but we kept busy with Busch Gardens and Williamsburg. Campground was quiet at night. They do not allow clothes lines, found this out when my neighbor received a note on his door after hanging wet clothes out to dry. Overall I would give this one a goodmark, and would go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is a very well-run park. Systems all work well, roads were in good condition, bathrooms were extremely clean and in excellent condition. We camped early in the season, so the park was not full and the pool not yet open. There is a train track nearby, but far enough away so it didn't trouble us. The park could use a playground. The location makes a good home base for touring Williamsburg & Hampton Roads, etc. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very clean, great signs, great location, convenient to Colonial Williamsburg. Great bath
house, large and very clean. Never had to wait for a shower. Convenient modem hook up area in nice laundry room. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This campground has a great bath house/showers. Once you get past that, this place is a field. You are parked one on top of another. There is no privacy. Although the bath house is great, there is only one. It was not uncommon for us to stand in line for a shower. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is a must see campground. Every thing is so clean and neat. Open meadow with plenty room for the kids to run and play. They even have a dog run, never seen that before. Out of all the other campgrounds in Williamsburg, this is the best of all. The nicest people working there. We will stay here again, so easy to get to. Near all the shopping malls and the Colonial Village. Thanks American RV for a great vacation week. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Staff was super friendly and helpful. Roads are gravel but well maintained. Bathhouse
immaculate, as was the laundry and gameroom. Convenient to Colonial area, shopping, dining and Bush Gardens. Wooded setting with lots of open area. Owners
live on site in an RV. Few seasonals but sites well kept, neat and clean. We will make this our home in Williamsburg. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Clean, quiet, large sites. Gravel interior roads good. Restrooms and showers super clean! Tall trees, large open fields, nature trails in woods. Pool was closed for the season, but looked good size and in good condition. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Nice and quiet campground. Our site was very spacious. When I made reservations I mentioned that I was going to Busch Gardens and when I checked in they had park discounts waiting for me. The campground could use a playground for the kids. Would stay here again. We camped here in a camper.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Long gravel road from hard road to sites. Very small number of paved sites. Lot of open places to walk around, nice walk ways in the woods, lots of trees on South end of park. Small number of sites may be hard to get into due to trees. Very low road noise. Large amount of land is open for you to walk around in. We camped here in a camper.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Very basic campground, no extras. Outside of Williamsburg, quiet neighborhood setting. Small swimming pool. Staff were helpful if you asked. We camped here in a camper.