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Old 11-27-2010, 05:56 PM   #1
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We are planning a trip to Williamsburg in May and are considering the KOA there. Does anyone have experience there or have recommendations for another campground nearby?
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We did not stay at the KOA in Williamsburg, VA but it seems to have good reviews.
Definitely see the area of the Historic Triangle - Yorktown, Jamestown and Williamsburg. Also, would suggest the drive out to Monticello .. a must see.
We did the whole trip and it was great. Enjoy.
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We were in Williamsburg earlier this year for a week and loved it. We stayed at American Heritage RV Resort and it was nice but expensive.

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HERE ARE TWO PLACES WE HAVE STAYED THIS SUMMER.ROCKAHOCK IS REALLY CLOSE TO WILLIAMSBURGH,BOTH PLACES WERE GREAT!
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Thanks for the responses and the info.
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Just spent Thanksgiving at the KOA he is doing major work on it, paved the major roads leading to the sites. has equiptment on other sites digging and leveling stuff. Weve stayed there the past 3 years and enjoy it,
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Old 11-29-2010, 08:42 PM   #7
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We are planning a trip to Williamsburg in May and are considering the KOA there. Does anyone have experience there or have recommendations for another campground nearby?
You should check out Newport News Park. It is very close to Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown and Busch Gardens. At 8,000 acres it is the largest park east of the Mississippi. They charge $31 a night for water and electric and have a free dump station. I have not stayed at KOA. I never do. They are good if you have kids who swim in the pool all day......

Newport News Park: Newport News Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism - Virginia. They have lots of trails, boat and bike rentals. Pretty good price compared to KOA. Good luck!
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Williamsburg KOA is very nice. Sites can be quite close, lots of trees,
very peaceful, nice place. Well located for visiting the area. From what I
know, best place in Williamsburg. They have two sections, 1/4 mile apart.
We like the first one as you come in.
If you arrive early, you will have choices as to your site.
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JUmps RV park just outside of Williamsburg toward the Pottery. right in the middle of everything. Also the pottery operates a campground tho have not been there for a long time
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we also stayed in the williamsburg KOA in 06 and found it to be nice clean and a good experiance all the way around.

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We were just in Williamsburg two weeks before Thanksgiving. We spent the weekend at American Heritage RV. The park was nice and well taken care of. 95% of the sites had concrete parking pads which included under the picnic table.

The access roads were kind of tight, but many large coaches were the sites so not too tight.
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We are also heading to Williamsburg in May and we are going to stay at American Heritage RV Park. They have great reviews at RVPARKREVIEWS.COM
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