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19 RV Parks near Gloucester Point, Virginia
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gloucester Point. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gloucester Point in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $90.00
KOA Williamsburg/Busch Gardens has been upgraded over the last year with many extras at each RV site (brick paver patios, swing, fire rings, sewer connections with water p-trap (no smell)). Playgrounds upgraded. Very family friendly campground. Maintenance crew continually out raking leaves and cleaning surrounding area. Pavilion and Activity Center are big focus areas for kids events. There is always a check-in follow me cart leading to RV site. Secure gate for entry/exit. Family owned and super friendly service. - J-Mac
Nov 2018 - $61.00
Nice park. Lots of activities. Park staff very helpful and friendly. Site level and clean. - J7105
Nov 2018 - $25.00
The fact that the park is in two separate sections was a little confusing because our gps was directing us to the lower section, but you have to check in at the upper section building. There are no amenities available in the lower section this late in the year, except the laundromat, which is $3 per load. The location is convenient to Williamsburg, Jamestown, etc. Staff was great, propane / store available in the upper section, sites were long and narrow. The main problem that we had was with the Verizon cell signal- it was practically nonexistent. The park is deep in a valley, so cell signal is blocked by the terrain. Thankfully, the WiFi was decent for most times of day (except evenings when people were home and using it). We could not rely on cell data and some calls dropped. Also, while I understand that they needed to mow, leaf blow, etc. there were several days when the noise was excessively intrusive and lasted for 6-8 hours. We also had a couple of tense evenings when hurricanes loomed and high winds blew down trees and tree branches in the park. - ErikaN
May 2018 - $1.00
Loved the park, excellent staff, very friendly, and helpful. Site was big enough for our 40' motorhome and toad. Very clean campground! - leen
Apr 2018 - $1.00
We really enjoyed our stay! I especially appreciated the guy that checked me in and drove me around on the golf cart to find a site we would like. He was so helpful and went above and beyond. Our site was not very level, but with some blocks under the tires we made it work, and we really liked the site being on the end of a row so we had some extra space and didn't feel crowded by a neighbor. We also appreciated having full hookups with 50 amp, and the fact that we could receive packages there. We enjoyed all the amenities like the indoor pool/hot tub, mini golf and basketball court. Verizon and AT&T worked well also. I will add that, as is typical with so many Thousand Trails, there are so many sites taken by annual or seasonal renters. It's getting harder and harder to find good sites at TT parks since they seem to rent them all out to long term stationary RVers. - Love2Camp777
Apr 2018 - $1.00
Very convenient location to Colonial Williamsburg and other nearby places of interest. VERY friendly and helpful staff. OK, now I'm done with the good stuff.
The first thing you see is an abandoned eyesore of a building, right at the entrance to the park. Broken windows, rotting wood, clearly falling apart. Perhaps it used to be the park office? It should be torn down.
Had to use a hard-to-hear intercom to get into the park, directions were to follow the painted arrows. Good luck with that, the arrows are pretty darn faded. Since it was just after dark, I was delighted when the staff helped us find and back into a space. Delight was now over.
1. There are NO level sites in this campground. 2. Most sites are uncomfortably close together, and the park feels very cramped. 3. 75% or more of all sites are taken by seasonal campers, more than I've ever seen in any Thousand Trails location. 4. Sewer hookup at our site had habit of backing up after a little more than 20 gallons of waste. Luckily what ran on the ground was grey water, not black. 5. Did not enter a bath house (none in our section of the park), but the ones we looked at were really in bad shape from the outside. 6. Other buildings (office & clubhouse) looked very shabby from outside, with wood that needs paint or replacement. 7. WIFI strong and fast, price was reasonable for a week. Did not use cable TV, although it was available.
This was the most disappointing Thousand Trails facility we've ever visited. - RamjetPA
May 2018 - $3.00
They have greatly improved the interior roads by adding gravel. Bathhouses are clean but stalls and toilets need replacing. Fixes to the stall latches are iffy at best. One of our best trips. Plenty of 50A sites to choose from, although many are apparently out of service for repair (bagged). - VA Jim and Barbara
Sep 2017 - $1.00
Trees BADLY need trimming on the road to the entry gate and on the road in front of the Section C bath house - much scraping. Was told I couldn't park in areas marked for use by band members only, and EVERY vacant spot in Section C was so marked. They take your membership card to ensure you return to report your site selection, then give you the usual receipt, newsletter, etc. Selected a nice 30 Amp site and went back to the guard shack to report our site selection. The newsletter said that the "reserved" signs were all marked with the first date the site had to be vacated. Turns out that the bluegrass festival wouldn't be held for another 6 days, and we could have stayed at any of the "reserved" sites for our one night stay. The gate attendant apologized profusely, but we were already set up and decided not to move. This could be a great park, but they need to replace the toilet stalls, change out toilets with ones that don't require you to hold down the handle throughout the flush, they need to trim the danged trees, and they need to train their gate people (especially regarding special events). - VA Jim and Barbara
Aug 2017 - $3.00
The $3.00 reflects the cost for 50 Amp service. The sites are first come, first serve, but we did not have a problem finding a nice site to stay in. We enjoyed the Sunday morning breakfast offered, as well as the amenity of a separate adult pool from the family pool. We rented kayaks while here and toured about on an interior lake to the park. The laundry facilities were quite nice here with 7 washers and 8 dryers. Several annuals within the park and golf carts seemed to be the preferred method of transportation throughout the grounds. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area. - TxDorsey1975
Jul 2018 - $80.00
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. - WhittenFamilyRV
Jul 2017 - $80.00
One of the challenges of traveling for months at a time is the mandate to find somewhere (anywhere!) for summer / holiday weekends. We chose Greys Point Camp for a week over the July 4th holiday. It was everything you would expect - hot, humid, crowded, and expensive. Very Expensive. But, it is a really nice park. We ended up in a premium site with a lovely concrete pad and huge patio. It was one of the shorter sites, and to fit the 45 ft bus plus car on the site, we had to back way to the end, with the rear of the coach overhanging the grassy area. We did not realize that this put the rear of the coach within 4 ft of the adjacent campsite's firepit. Luckily for us, they refrained from having a fire, for which we were grateful, as we would have had to move. We are two retired adults, traveling with no kids and no pets. So being right next to the pool, water park, playground, and basketball courts was a special experience! But hey .... we knew it would be a madhouse there and it was! No complaints. Probably should have asked to be reassigned to a site further from the action, but the folks in the office were super nice, and super busy, and we didn't have the heart to bother them. There was plenty of bike riding in the park and the views along the river were just lovely. We were surprised that we had such marginal cellphone signal strength (Verizon) in this area, but we didn't need to stream, as the cable TV was the best we've ever seen. Overall, it was a nice spot, and we would stay here again. Maybe in the off-season though ...... - MerBee
May 2017 - $55.00
We stayed at Grey's Point for a week to celebrate our anniversary. We were very impressed about the fact that they escorted us to our site. We paid for the Super site, which was paved, nicely leveled and easy access to hookups. During the week, when you leave the campground and come back, you have to press a call button at the gatehouse to have someone open the gate to let you back in. It wasn't too bad at first, but we ran into an issue one day where nobody picked up and it went to a voicemail where the mailbox was full. Thankfully an employee was driving around and saw us and helped us to get back in. We loved that they offered golf cart rentals. We drove the golf cart down along the river each day and enjoyed the view. Overall, our experience was good and we look forward to going back again in the future. - HappyCampers508
Apr 2018 - $65.00
This campground has the potential to be excellent but not quite there. Yes it has great amenities and activities for kids, a beautiful setting, dock for fishing and a friendly staff but the infrastructure is average to weak. Gravel roads have pot holes, severe puddling and lack drainage in places. Our sewer hookup was extremely high and cable connector stripped off. It is obvious a work (construction/grading) is being done to correct these problems and once completed will move park to next level. Price for off season patio site was high ($65 average - 3 nights) given problems. Very convenient to Jamestown and Gloucester historic sites. We camped in a 27" motor home towing and did have plenty of room for maneuvering. Campground has a mix of permanent, seasonal and transient campers. Would highly recommend for families with kids but it is one of those places you have mixed feelings about if travelling as adults. - OBX Sunseeker
Jul 2017 - $75.00
Nice park, not great. Not a great value for the price. Good location. Bathhouses didn't have a/c and you sweat just trying to use the bathroom. Pools were filthy by Sunday morning. Staff wasn't as friendly as you would expect, most were not rude but also didn't seem very happy to be there. Our site was very level and had a few trees to help with the heat of the day. The spots were nice sized. The Yogi dance party was loved by the little kids in our party. Be forewarned that this is on the water and in the woods. The bugs laughed at our three types of bug sprays. Seems their computer systems could use some updates, as they constantly had trouble with them every time we went to pay for something. Firewood is high at $7 for approximately 6 pieces. Overall, we enjoyed our weekend as a group, but wouldn't return to Jellystone again. - Lilwolfpup
Nov 2016 - $42.00
Great place for kids. Daily and weekend planned activities. Lots of things for families to do from kayaks, fishing, camp store, fire ring and picnic table at each site, paddle boats, boat ramp and boat cleaning station, dog park, prepared food, two nice pools. Trash pickup done at your site by the staff. I think we got a 15% off military discount as well. The camp store is newly remodeled and is large. Interior roads need several improvements and more gravel as there is several potholes. Electric golf carts are allowed only. No gas powered carts. Quiet hours start at 11 pm. Good place. Will go again. - A M
Aug 2018 - $36.00
We would stay here again. The primary reason is the location, it is a pretty park with lots of easy trails and large campsites and we dealt with the shower cleaning ourselves by spraying a ton of clorox spray all over the shower area. It is true the picnic tables are a bit gross and the fire rings a joke, however it was 90 plus degrees when we were there so we did not sit outside or have fires. So here are the details. This is a pretty park with very large shaded sites. There were many restrooms. We have a 33 ft fifth wheel and had no trouble finding a spot easy to get in and fairly level. The location is fantastic to get to Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown. We are talking an easy 10-15 minutes to any of these. Jamestown is about a 35-40 minute drive. The BIG negative about this campground are the restrooms. They are 50 years old and are only cleaned once a week and the cleaning they do get once a week is not good. The toilets are not too bad but the showers , particularly the walls and the shower curtains are atrocious. They have black mold clinging to them. We dealt with this by taking a bottle of spray clorox and spraying the heck out of the shower. It helped a bit but it was still not good. We told the rangers about it but they said the city of Newport contracts out the cleaning to the lowest bidder who is very unreliable. Once we confronted the cleaning people about the shower curtains and they told us it was the job of the rangers...yeah that is going to happen. So expect pretty awful showers and if use them bring some clorox to sanitize them. We would have used our showers in our camper but there is no sewer so we would not have been able to do this for 10 days we were staying. Still with everything said about the restrooms, we would stay here again because of the location and value and it is a very pretty park. Our site was C97 and we were right next to a nice playground. - trilliumhills
May 2018 - $35.00
Could be lovely park if maintained. Filthy showers. Repairs badly needed. Practically no maintenance on bath house. No fire pits provided yet fires were apparently allowed-everyone had them. Seemed unsafe as we were in a beautiful forest and dead leaves were all around. Well spaced sites. Lake, trails, kayak rentals. - dclark
Jul 2017 - $33.00
We stayed 3 nights on E loop. And it was quiet. The toilets & sinks were clean, but the showers had black mold on the curtains, floor, and walls. We wouldn't use them as they were disgusting. Most of the sites were empty around us, with a few people in the loop near us. Staff at the office are very friendly. There is a laundry room there very clean & reasonable priced. We had broken glass on our site that a staff person leaf blew off where the car was parked. Tons of cigarette butts left by previous camper. Wish smokers picked up their butts. We checked showers on other loops, and all were moldy, dirty, and stunk. It was very hot & humid out and even with flip flops on, we were not going to use the showers. The park offers firewood, rental boats & bikes, and has nice trails. They just need to power wash the showers. They have a cleaning crew that comes in daily, but they are only responsible for the toilets sinks and mirrors. The park is responsible for the showers. Its a shame how bad they are. - happy2013camper
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This Famcamp is the worst one we have been in this trip. WIFI yes but very poor signal. We used our jet pac through Verizon but it was little help. Verizon phone service is poor. The camp ground is in great need of upkeep. Being this is a military base it should be better cared for. Camp host is more interested in visiting with friend instead of camp visitors. We will never come back here. Good luck. - BrianOMurchu
May 2017 - $30.00
This park is on an active military base, so you will need access to use the facilities. There are 50 concrete sites available and most appeared to be mostly level. However, there were some that looked several inches out of level. My site looked level but had about a 2" slope from side to side. Overall the Pads are long enough to park your camper and at least get another vehicle in sideway in front of the camper. Cable TV had many more channels than I would have expected, however there was almost no AT&T service. Verizon appeared to have some service throughout most of the sites. Most sites have an installed grill and fire ring. For some reason my site was one of the very few I could find without a fire ring. - JFB1
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Great Campground but because of it's location best to make reservations in the summer months. In the past I had much trouble with the free Navy MWR WiFi but finally solved it with an exterior signal booster antenna. Not all sites have fire rings. TV is analog so the picture is grainy. However, you can get several sharp digital TV stations via antenna for local, national news and weather. All but a few sites are level. Remember this is a military installation so be prepared to be awakened by the National Anthem every morning at 8 am and colors at sunset. - Hollidayt
Sep 2014 - $18.00
Conveniently located for us, just 2.5 miles from friends house. Didn't use the restrooms and showers but they appeared as if they could use some refurbishment. WiFi supposedly available but my computer could never find it. Thick tree cover prevented satellite TV usage but enough over the air stations available. Would stay here again. - kanem
Jun 2014 - $20.00
This is an OK campground for a short stay. Get good directions prior to entering campground. If you enter directly to the check in station you will not be able to proceed to your site via camp roads. There is very narrow low water bridge with a 5 ton weight limit. You need to enter by a different street and then walk .5 mile to check in. My site was very crowded to each side and I had to pull my power and water under the RV to an outlet next to another site (shared outlets). My site was dirt and I'm thankful that it did not rain. It would have quickly turned into a mud hole site, but considering price I would use again for an overnight stay. - trav
Mar 2013 - $25.00
Sites were mostly being used long term. We were only there for one night. Our site was dirt and had an inch or two of water on it when it rained. Never did see campground host. Bathrooms and showers were clean. - kenp
Oct 2018 - $78.00
Stayed in fall 4 nights in one of the Large "premium" sites with no "towed" but close enough to Williamsburg with easy roads that we rode out bicycles every day into town and shops. Very clean. Claims to be oldest RV park in Virginia. The large sites are very large but smaller sites could be tight. BIG surprise was AMTRAK Washington to Florida main track less than 100' away. The first night the AMTRAK Florida train came thru about 2 am which was a real surprise. Once we knew it was OK. Bicycle to Williamsburg from campground no problem. - Jimbeau
Apr 2018 - $36.00
Office closes early. Site was adequate. Sites they consider pull thru are only pull through if there is no one on the site in front/behind you. Staff were friendly and tried to be accommodating, but there was only one person on duty at any point during our stay. - Debbie1105
Oct 2017 - $51.00
I say the value was bad for the price we paid for what we got. This park is sandwiched between a busy highway and a very busy railroad track. The only saving grace was the trains didn't use their whistle as they barrelled through at 50 mph, plenty noisy.
Upon arrival they tried to charge us $80/night because there was an extra $10 for the 3 nights of the weekend and no discounts on the weekend. I said no way as I was not informed upon booking my reservation: they removed the fee.
The above rate reflects 3 nights with 10% Good Sam and 4 nights with 50% Passport America discounts, still pretty pricey for what we got. Site surface was gravel and featured a fire ring and picnic table. - mdjr
Jun 2017 - $70.00
Stayed at New Point RV Resort in VA as we do every year. This RV park has basically become a trashy trailer park. Couldn't even get to our site for the golf carts and cars hanging around and blasting loud music until 12:30 AM. Called the front desk and told them. They were not concerned about the issue, but offered a new site for us instead of dealing with the problem. Also told the security guard about it and he said we were lying. He stated he rode around after 11PM and was quiet. Obviously he is friends of the other campers blasting the loud music. We have stayed at SUN resorts for years, but will never stay again. Hope they can turn this into a nice RV park for others that will stay there in the future. Unacceptable. - HC_Travel
Jun 2015 - $48.00
This was our second time at this campground. Since our last stay it has become almost exclusively a seasonal camper campground. The sites left for transients are pretty much the leftovers no one wanted. I got to my assigned site and found a car parked in it (belonged to a campground employee) which required getting office staff to come and push it off the site. While I was waiting for this to happen I was accosted by a "seasonal" camper who very belligerently told me I was "blocking the road" and he wanted me to move my 50 plus feet of truck and trailer so he could get by with his compact car. There are multiple side roads he could take. I didn't need this after just driving for 3 hours, and the car on the site. Very unpleasant experience.
Beach is great for kids, as you can walk to China and still be only up to your knees. Dogs not allowed on beach at any time and no other place for them to run. Lots and lots of golf carts stirring up dust at all hours. I guess if you're a seasonal camper this would be just fine, but it is terrible for transient campers.
Not big rig friendly at all, narrow roads with some impossible turns and lots of tight turns. - scjenk
Oct 2014 - $50.00
New Point Campground located on the Chesapeake Bay is a hidden gem. Hidden because it is rural and you have to want to go there not just pull off the highway. Gem because it has something for all ages and after being allowed to run down by previous owners has been completely restored to a status beyond any other resort in the area. We love the pool but walking the beach, swimming and floating in the bay, watching families play in the calm water, crabbing and casting a line make it a very special place. Walking dogs along nature trail on the Bay, making friends sitting and sunning on the nice stretch of beach, watch jet skis, kayaks and boats bobbing along in deeper channels, riding golf cart around property, going to pavilion for organized meals and activities, enjoying music beachside on a balmy night, venturing into town of Mathews for browsing in Main Street shops or for a nice meal. Recommend you try it...you won't be disappointed! - jmo