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Williamsburg Campark (formerly Williamsburg Pottery Campground), Williamsburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $39.00
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I completely agree with the previous reviews, although we never saw one staff person the entire weekend. We got here at night, there were no instructions about what to do, no campground rules given. It was like this park was abandoned! The pool was closed (since it was October) but it was VERY obvious it was really run down. The whole campground was overgrown. Tried to take my daughter to the "park" which consisted of one metal slide. The other "park" we found was two swings that looked like they were going to fall over, and one more metal slide. The whole place was in horrible disrepair. We noticed on the third day that there was/is a putt-putt golf course inside a fence, but it looked like it hadn't been used in about 40 years. There were scraps of what looked like putt-putt grass and concrete, but no way could anyone ever play here. It was a real shame. They have a great location, but it looked like everyone had given up ten years ago. The only evidence that it was still being run/owned by someone, was the electric on our site was turned on! If they would put some money in to this park, it could be nice. We saw two permanent trailers here. They looked as if the health department needed to be called. We camped at Williamsburg Campark (formerly Williamsburg Pottery Campground) in a Fifth Wheel.

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Grey's Point Camp, Topping, Virginia

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $39.00
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This is by far our favorite campground. We discovered it this summer and have already been there three times with another weekend reserved. So much for kids to do-the water park is perfect for kids-it is like going to a small Water Country USA at the campground-best deal for the money! The place is so clean and well-maintained. All roads are paved so it is great for bike riding for adults, but it is very, very busy in the summer-lots of golf carts. I recommend people with small children asking for a site as much on the outskirts of the campground as possible. My daughter (2 years old) LOVES this place, and when we have had friends with "pre-teen" kids join us, they have a great time, too. I can't give this place enough praise-it is fabulous! We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Fifth Wheel.

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