Williamsburg Campground (formerly Williamsburg KOA) is one of the highest rated campgrounds in the Historic Triangle, Virginia area - and for good reason! The campground offers plentiful family-friendly amenities along with convenient access to all three cities in the Historic Triangle (Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown).
Williamsburg Campground has 100+ full hook-up sites in a variety of configurations. As expected, you can expect to pay more for sites with concrete pads and/or patios.
There are also 18 water & electric only RV sites.
Williamsburg Campground is tent-friendly also with six tent sites that offer no hookups and eleven tent sites that offer water & electric. Two yurts (which are a cross between a tent and a cabin) are also available if you prefer that option.
There are 24 classic cabins, 3 2-room cabins, and 19 deluxe cabins available for rent at Williamsburg Campground.
Williamsburg Campground has plentiful on-site activities for the whole family:
Williamsburg Campground has a spacious front office and gift store with souvenirs, firewood, and camping supplies. The gem mine is immediately outside.
There is a playground at Williamsburg Campground, but your kids will probably be even more enthralled by the Gravity Rail and Jumping Pillows!
Williamsburg Campground has a swimming pool, a toddler pool, and a splash pad, which are immediately adjacent to the Activity Room and Laundry Room.
You can find snacks and sundries at the front office store, but if you want a full menu, you'll need to visit the restaurants in Williamsburg, Yorktown, or Jamestown.
Need Groceries? Walmart Supercenter is 3.2 miles away, Harris Teeter is 3.8 miles away, and Publix is 8.3 miles away. In other words, you should be able to access a grocery store within an easy 10-15 minute drive.
There are four bath houses at Williamsburg Campground, which are spread out throughout the campground.
The one laundry room is near the Swimming Pool, Splash Pad, and Activity Room.
Please put all trash in the dumpster near the entrance of the park.
Pets must be kept on a leash and quiet at all times. This campground offers a dog park and doggie bath for your furry friend.
Cell phone signal (Verizon) was weak during our stay in June 2022. WiFi did not work in our spot (E30), which made streaming and working difficult.
The Historic Triangle has soooo much to do! Rich history, amazing dining, top-tier salons, outdoor adventures, and MORE. Read our full Historic Triangle Travel Guide for recommendations.
In addition to your regular packing list (clothing, shoes, toiletries, food, etc), you may also want to bring:
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