14 RV Parks near King and Queen Court House, Virginia
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of King and Queen Court House. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near King and Queen Court House in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $92.00
Beautiful resort with lots to do. Campsites are nice and big and we had shade. Staff is very friendly and very helpful. Upon arrival you are greeted by staff and escorted to your campsite. Nice level sights. - 4bullfrog
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Although this camp ground looks pretty in pictures it is anything but. The campground charges way to much for everything. Their attitude is that "they have people lined up to get in so there is no need to provide any sense of customer service or respect". Want to bring a guest? It's $12.00 extra, per person. Want something quick to eat at the restaurant, good luck walking away paying less than $15 to $20 per person. Hope you brought your own golf cart because that will cost you a pretty penny as well. The people at the store, the pool, the restaurant and the outside mini golf/ice cream speak to you as if you are waisting their time. I'm also not sure what it is about this camp ground, but people don't tend to follow the noise ordinance either. The party crowd drives their custom golf carts around blaring music at all hours of the day and night. (Yes 1, 2:00 in the morning, they're still at it.) Then I think to get back at them, the season camper start their lawn mowers and what ever else electric and loud at 6:30 / 7:00 in the morning. Please don't even get me started on the excruciating high price of being a season camper, which they are happy to raise the cost of each year. This is our first and last year of being seasonal and I say good riddance. I highly recommend you find another camp ground. This one is not worth the head aches. - Lv2Camp2
Sep 2017 - $90.00
This is a very nice rv resort. There is lots to do. The first problem was that it rained for two days & my friends' sites were under water & lots of mud. We were fortunate in that our site was fine. However, unless you own a golf cart, don't bother staying here. They definitely take presidence over those that don't have one. I was sitting at the pool & an employee came up & told us we had to move our car to make room for more golf carts to park by the pool. Now I think it's ridiculous that you need a golf cart to get around. However, it is a big resort & to each its own. I would have walked to the pool, but I broken my foot at the beginning of summer & still have issues w/ it. I can't walk that far because it hurts. And they tell me I need to move my car to make way for golf carts. Ah, NO! I doubt I would ever come back here even if I did have a golf cart. - Mommy2JX3
Sites: 30 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 12 Reviews
May 2018 - $18.00
The campground is a separate section of the Christian Retreat. From the paved Barnes Road, you follow a winding compacted, well-maintained gravel road about 1/4 mile long to the camp office. Friendly staff. The RV campsite is a circular campground with a bath house in the center. There is a forest of 75-100' trees all around. Very quiet. All sites are back-ins but the road is wide enough to do so. Site #9 is the only one with 50A - all the others are 30A. Plenty of large wide open space to walk. No CATV but some OTA channels 45+ miles away. - scarpacci
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Great, but small 22 spot CG located on a 300 acre Christian Retreat. Through the week there was little activity and we are afforded the use of all of the recreational things they offer. Road to main entrance is a little narrow and "windy" for big rigs. All sites are on a single loop in thick woods; the bath house is in the center. Full hookups, picnic table and a fire ring on a concrete pad. Four sites looked permanent. Firewood was $5 for a wheelbarrow load. Overall a slightly rustic place, but well worth it. We will be back ! - KenAndrews
Oct 2017 - $26.00
This was a perfect place to explore the Williamsburg area. The level site was large and wooded and drained well during our four days of drizzle and downpours. We were advised when we checked in that the 50 amp service was not working correctly, however we had no problems. The water pressure did seem low and erratic flow but this may have been due to an older filter on our unit. The sewer was located conveniently. Each site had a covered shed for firewood which was provided free. There was also a bench and a flattened gravelled area around the fire pit. The area was very busy over the weekend as there were multiple Retreats occurring in the cabins and Central areas of the park, but it remained quiet. OTA television was fairly good considering the weather and we had adequate Verizon and Sprint service . The office staff was very helpful. we would definitely stay here again if we were in this area. - bbmidwife
Apr 2018 - $33.00
Beautiful park. Spacious and level sites with plenty of vegetation providing privacy. Clean showers but pressure was a bit low. Excellent bike trails and fishing piers. - HokieDon
Jul 2017 - $33.00
On of the nicest state campgrounds I have ever been to. The sites are large and roomy. Most are wooded and private with ample shade. They consisted of a large driveway, a picnic area with a table, light pole and fire ring, and pea gravel tent area. The bath house was clean and well maintained. Showers were spacious and had 2 3x5 rooms. One for changing and one was the shower. The changing room had a heater for colder months. There were laundry machines on site . The park it's self consisted a good number of hiking trails that we didn't have time to explore this trip. The park is laid out on a big cross with the camp store being at the center. To the left is the larger boat launch that is on Deep Creek. Straight ahead is the beach and picnic area on the Rappahannock River and to the right is the campground and the canoe launch/fishing pier on Mulberry Creek. There is also a canoe (or hike) in primitive campground that I didn't see. The camps store is small but has most necessities you might need. Staff were friendly and helpful. They have low cost ranger programs that are informative and fun. While fishing at the pier that had crabbing 101. All in all one of he better parks in the system. - Joe J
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Cleanest State Park in VA we have been to. Smaller campground but very spacious and tree buffers between each site. Bathrooms were spotless, lots of trails and the kids were at the water all day. Very safe with lots to do. - CandKand2Dogs
May 2013 - $53.00
We've camped at Naylor's several times the past few years and had been pleased until this time. We set up camp mid-day and as the day wore on the neighbors became louder and louder. When I ran into the new owner that afternoon I asked if they were going to keep us up all night; Ms. Wills said probably so and that we could move to another spot if we wanted. She also said there was nothing she could do about the noise. We walked the perimeter of the grounds, there wasn't a space where you couldn't hear our neighbors' music. Roughly 11pm the neighbors turned on construction-type lights (which were pointed directly in our direction and so bright the curtains didn't help much) and began the cornhole tournament. By midnight the floor in our camper was vibrating with their base. They finally went to bed some time after 2:30am. We had paid for 2 nights but left the next morning (couldn't find any employees to even ask about a partial refund). There were several dogs roaming free and doing their business wherever the urge hit (don't get me wrong, I'm a dog lover, but I really don't want to pick my way around dog doo). If you want to party all night this is the place for you; if you want to do morning fishing, though, you might want to rethink that. Even my 16-year-old said it was too loud. - Central Virginia
Jun 2011 - $40.00
This was our third visit to Naylor's. Though there's not waterfront access there is a beautiful view of the river from the front two rows of sites. Sites are flat and huge (space for a camper, boat, and two pick-ups with room to spare). Bath house facilities are adequate (remembering there's more green space than pavement). We were disappointed that the owner's declining health pretty much prevents him from leaving the house now so we weren't able to visit with him more than just a few words through the window, but the staff is helpful and trying to keep things running as smoothly as they can. We'd definitely go back. - Central Virginia
Sep 2007 - $30.00
To get to Naylor's you go 2.8 miles past the Rapahannock River Bridge on 360E out of Tapahannock. Go left on 624, immediately turn left again on Naylor's Beach Rd. Go 3.7 miles to Riverfront. Campground is a hidden gem not well advertised. Owned and operated by elderly man who lives on site for many years. Large shaded, thick grassy campsites under huge Oak and Pecan trees. Short walk to waterfront, picnic area, playground, small store, boat ramp and swimming beach. Check-in is 3 p.m. and check-out is 6 p.m. making it nice for Fri.-Sunday trips. Clean restrooms & showers. Very clean campground. Easy dump station. Mostly upgraded 30 amp electric. Electric & water on opposite sides, may need an electric extension cord. No campfires on ground - must bring elevated fireplace. No alcohol on premises policy (not always observed). Dish owners have clear access to 110W and 119W. Open May 1st to September 30th. We enjoy Naylor's and go frequently. If in the area, don't let this under advertised little gem go unnoticed. - professor95
May 2017 - $30.00
The bath house has been in poor condition for years, two toilets for men, two toilets for women, but most of the time one toilet was out of order in each room. No mirrors in men's room, women's room a mix of paint, an unfinished job, I was told. Showers had no towel hooks whatsoever. Nice campground with a new swimming pool. Plenty of guests and money going into the park, however the restrooms everyone was complaining about the condition. Apparently their septic system is in poor condition too. Restroom was designed for more fixtures than were in them. I will return, but looking forward to bringing my own camper with a toilet. - BillyVA
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Quiet rural setting with plenty of trees. Many full time residents, friendly. It's all about the lake here, nice marina, boat launch and a decent restaurant. Halfway between Richmond and Williamsburg, so a good location to visit both towns. Good shopping within 15 minutes. Office is closed Monday and Tuesday, kind of strange. I would stay here again. - senator47
May 2016 - $40.00
Camped here Memorial Day weekend 2016. We, especially our two kids, 12 and 8, had an amazing time. Tons of holiday weekend activities for everyone. Great band on Saturday night. Well stocked camp store & game room (where my kids spent a great deal of time). Park is under new ownership and I was told by return visitors that the campground has made huge strides in recent years. Majority of employees are younger and super friendly!!! We already made MDW 2017 reservations. Great family owned place, highly recommend!
Participate in water wars! My kids loved it!!
Bug spray for night time. - Love 2 Camp Lots
Aug 2017 - $154.00
We stayed in one of the cottages. First of all, no grill....really!!?! The landscaping was unkempt, the pool house restrooms were disgusting, some of the piers were broken and very hazardously floating in the river, the cottage itself was nice but was very hard to take a shower with the hot water that came straight from hell itself. There was no cold water (this was even after adjusting the hot water heater temp) The funzone was closed, the playground was dilapidated...also, the bounce pillow had a hole in it that made jumping extremely dangerous for a young child. The refrigerator constantly leaked (on the inside and out). I feel that the website is not an accurate description of this campground. Maybe this place was awesome years ago, but definitely not the case now. We were very disappointed and will never return. - SmithMHMKC
Jul 2017 - $34.00
We had a standard site which meant it had full hookups including cable (which was not very good - the antenna worked better). The site was in an open field and we were fortunate enough to have shade from the trees. The power pedestal did not have a shutoff switch so we had to connect directly to power with no protection when plugging in. The restrooms were very nice but, during the four nights we were there, the trash was never emptied. My husband commented that the commodes in the mens' room needed some maintenance. Showers were separate from the restrooms and were individual. There were vents but no air conditioning. Temperatures during our stay were in the 90s. The deluxe and patio sites were somewhat an improvement over standard sites but, other than concrete pads, had little to offer. It's not a bad campground but could use some TLC to entice more campers. We did not use the pool but it was beautiful and had a splash pad for the little visitors. I got the feeling it was more for the folks who were in the seasonal and annual sites that comprised the greater portion of the campground than for the short term visitors. There was a pavilion, a Fun Zone for kids and an amphitheater that were not open during our stay. There is a restaurant on site that is open some of the time and offers takeout. We would return if in the area only because it has more affordable rates than other campgrounds nearer the Williamsburg area. - grandma0942
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Overall, this is an average commercial campground. Small sites, close together, not very scenic. There's a large seasonal population and far too many golf carts that cause more traffic than the subdivision I live in. Because of that, lots of caution is needed when walking at night.
HOWEVER, the best part of this campground is the surprisingly incredible Italian restaurant, Walker's Dam Grille. It's a must when you visit! Absolutely delicious, made-from-scratch Italian cuisine served by a friendly staff. One important footnote - come with cash or check. They only recently started taking cards and the card service is unreliable. I'd travel the 45 minutes from home just to eat. Forget the camping! - tiredsahm
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Great hosts, friendly and helpful. Nice site with Chickahominy River view. Boat launch and fishing docks on site. Easy access and plenty of parking. These are newer camp sites upgraded to FHU, 30 amp electric. The down side for some might be the 'Main Camp'. Many older RV's used as Summer fishing rigs and a few year round residents. Not a problem for us. Restrooms/showers were dated, but always very clean. - M GO BLUE
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
Dec 2014 - $33.00
We stayed for 3 days. This is a bunch of campsites located inside the Belle Mount Winery. Entrance to the winery is a winding, one-lane road that barely fit our 40' MH. There were a lot of potholes and low tree branches. Check-in is in the tasting room of the winery. I called ahead for reservations the day before but we were instructed to call when we got there so someone could check us in. There is only one 50 amp site and it doesn't have water. The rest are 30 amp sites with full hookups. We had to hook up our fresh water hose to the next site. No one else was there so it wasn't a problem but you need a really long hose. If you need 50 amps with full hookups, it's best of call ahead and reserve that one spot. The sites are gravel and completely under pine trees. It was very difficult to level. Our back tires were almost off the ground. No wifi, no cable, no leash free dog park but there's a lot of woods to walk the dogs. There's a large pool and bath house but they were closed. There's also a lake for fishing. Owners are very nice and helpful but their main business is the winery, not the campground. The owner told us he wasn't going to make any more improvements to the campground because it wasn't his primary business. He also indicated that he's thinking about selling it. It is not really a "resort", it's a bunch of loosely marked parking spaces for campers inside a winery. The price is a little high but other campgrounds in the area were closed for the season so your choices are limited. If I had to be in the area again, this is fine for a short stay. - Flippitti
Aug 2007 - $39.00
Sites are very poor shape and crowded. Roads leave a lot to be desired. The only nice thing about the Park was the employees were friendly and helpful. - KenWillson
May 2006 - $32.00
We were very disappointed in this campground. It was not maintained at all. The staff was very rude to us. We found the campground doing an internet search and my husband called to make reservations. While making the reservations he asked about the canoe rentals which it shows on the website. They said yes that they had them. When we arrived he asked how we could rent a canoe and was told they had them but they were inoperable. There is no campstore. Trash was piled up during our entire stay. Not once did anyone come to pick it up. The showers were clean but their is no where to change or set your clothes and towels. There was no playground and the basketball hoop they had was in a grass field with very tall grass. We had no picnic table but did find one over by the bathouse and we carried it over to our site. It was in very poor shape. The pool was the only nice thing. It had 2 diving boards but only 1 worked. The kiddie pool was not filled. The horseflies were terrible. There were lifeguards on duty. This is not a place we would ever stay again after being treated rudely by the staff and the poor conditions of the campground. - chrisandmargie
Jun 2018 - $53.00
Nicely wooded campground, mostly paved roads and concrete pads. Last two rows in back are gravel roads and sites, but still fine.This area is not wooded, so good for satellite reception. Staff was very helpful and considerate, when we had to stay an extra night due to a mechanical problem. Nice pool, laundry and restrooms. Very convenient for visiting Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. - Breeze32tx
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Full hookups. Mostly short term campers. - Geno1986
Jun 2018 - $59.00
Large sites, every site has a concrete pad for your rv. They have premier sites scattered through the park, some with a concrete fireplace - never seen that before. Washrooms are a little dated but clean, games room for kids, nice pool with very large side deck. Very nice quiet campground with mature trees. Would stay here again. - neilmcb2002