Date of Stay: June, 2010
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.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We camped during the Bluegrass festival, Father's Day weekend . The campground's sites were nice, but not only did no one inform us that the water to the bathrooms and quite a few sites were not working, there were no apologies or discounts offered. We don't mind rough camping, but when we weren't prepared to do so, it posed some difficulties. We have camped here several times in the past, and I had bragged to other campers how well the campsites and restrooms were maintained. We were very disappointed with the lack of maintenance this year and will reconsider going back. Sorry Glen Maury Campground, but this trip only deserves a D+.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We first camped here in the late 80's and had a wonderful time in our little two person tent! The staff was wonderful, the bathrooms were nice and clean and the swimming pool was refreshing and clean. Let's jump forward to 2010. The place looks like it has not had a coat of paint since the late 80's, the children's pool looked like a biohazard, with it's slightly odoriferous milky white water. The upper shower offered cold to almost, but not quite, tepid water. The staff was still friendly, just never present to run the camp store. They weren't loafing; it just seemed everything to do was left to two hardworking men. We had no problem getting a site in the choicest campsites during Memorial Day weekend, and that alone should have clued me in to this disaster of a campground. My guess is the person who ran this campground twenty years ago is no longer taking care of it. Last trip to this one for us. Easily a grade of F, based on cost versus amenities.