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Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
This camp ground is simply OK for RVers ... mainly for full timers. They have the best sites on the river front. Landscaped nice. Not much to do unless you own a boat. The pool was nasty. My child got double ear infection and eye infection after being in it. Seriously - it was warm bath water that was full of much sunscreen, sweat and I'm sure, pee. There was mildew on the pool walls too. I didn't let my kids stay after I assessed it. I couldn't find the posted pool water chemical reports that most have written. I never saw anyone test the waters. Anyway, despite the total pool grossness, they do run a tight ship on their rules. No one is getting away with anything. One family was asked to take down a confederate flag down. Sites are larger than the usual KOA/Jellystone ... not much on shade though. Sites are grassy which is nice. Don't think I'll miss it if I never go back. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
Take a vehicle to tour Williamsburg/Jamestown ... go find a beach or something... there's just not a lot to do in property.
Date of Stay:
May, 2018 -
This is an overcrowded dump. Absolutely no supervision at the pool areas so teens are running rampant everywhere. Beach access is beyond annoying. It’s one f those places that too many people stuffed in a park and no time for upkeep. We camped at Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort in a Motorhome.
Tip: go anywhere else but here.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
This park is "ok" - pool area and splash park need updating, cleaning up - I was noticing at the fact no one check pool levels all day. With THAT many sweaty adults and possible untrained children using the bathroom in the pool ... I preferred my kids to stay on the slides and splash area. The pool looked murky by 2pm. Also, the Cafe was run by young adults who clearly had no real training in food service. To make 2 pizzas before getting to our order we were told it would take an hour. The Father's Day breakfast was ridiculously slow because management didn't think it through how to keep the food, juice, coffee, etc. properly staffed and food stocked at all times to avoid the long wait times and jamming up the cafe. The park itself was ok - it needs attention BUT they are adding a brand new section which looks very nice. Also, the map online isn't accurate - I thought I was booking a more spread out location only to get there and find campers piled up around us and those spaces were not on the park map. I don't think I'll make an effort to go back though. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Natural Bridge in a Motorhome.
It's close to Natural Bridge, take advantage of getting the sites on the James River.