Pros: Clean rest room, helpful/friendly staff, paved roads, nice pool with water slides,sprinkler park for tots, activities for all, and nice playgrounds. We had a very level concrete premium site. Very quiet/peaceful park but it gets busier on weekends. Grounds and landscaping are lovely and well manicured. Cons: River swimming includes jelly fish. My kids and hubby got stung. Very small laundry room and pull cord showers. There are no A/C in bathrooms or laundry room. However, lots of retirees camp here, which would explain the peace and quiet. When we retire we would come back. Bring your bikes to get around this is a very large park. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $47.00
Very nice campground! Very quiet and clean in every respect. We stayed during a Harvest Weekend with music, craft fair, train rides, and ice cream social. We stayed after the prime season so pools were closed. The pull-through sites are very long and spacious. Very well manicured around asphalt pads. Employees were friendly and accommodating. Easy check-in with golf cart escort to assigned site. Will definitely return during peak season. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
We have camped here several times over the last 2 years. The park is always clean and sites are easy to get into. Staff if excellent. Stayed 4th of July weekend. Park was packed, but still very quiet. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $90.00
Our site was a huge "super" site, and we were able to camp awning to awning with family on an adjoining super site. Pool area was very nice. Small beach area on the Rappahannock River was enjoyable, but difficult to get to for handicapped and elderly guests. Registration process was easy. Friendly staff. Agree with other reviewer that golf carts were out of control with many underage drivers and drinking while driving. Not enough bath houses to accommodate the size of the park. Water had a horrible "sulfur" smell. We did not notice this smell on our first visit, Memorial Day, 2012. Camp store was sparse. We rented a pontoon boat from a nearby marina and spent a day enjoying the river. This was our second visit, and we would probably visit again. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $85.00
The sites in the main area are huge and very grassy. The entire place is nice to look at. Tons to do in the area. Would get a 10 but the store is woefully understocked and the fishing pier is unusable. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $55.00
This is a lovely RV park/resort. The staff was friendly and helpful. The camp store was well stocked and filled with really nice gifts. The full hookups were just perfect. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first time to the park. Their website is a little misleading. We paid for a super site. When we arrive the site was covered with cut grass. The site was small. When our awning was extended it was almost touching the unit beside us. The park is about 50% sites and 50% seasonal park models. The park models were well kept, but the golf carts were out of hand. All night long they drove around and the later the evening go the faster they went. The positives... The park is well kept for the most part. The pool area is nice and the location along the river is a nice spot. In the future I would seek a site on the main campground portion away from the seasonal sites as they appear to be larger. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
A GREAT park. We only stayed a week but had a wonderful stay. Sites are quite varied. There's a small marina for guests in the park. There's a washing station which was wonderful. We had just come from the Outer Banks and the RV and toad were covered with salt. All paved roads and nice level sites. Will go back on the return trip. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $64.00
Great place, very nice pool area. Sites are easy to get into and plenty long for the biggest rigs, sites are a little narrow but are all very level and plenty of grass area. We had a paved site which was very nice, fires are allowed. There is a big boating area on the river. Was quiet even when busy. One nice feature is they have a wash area to wash units or your truck. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Fifth Wheel.
Will never return to this campground. Rude staff! The facility is nice. We camped last year and enjoyed so we went back this year. I'm not sure if there are different people running it now or what happened, but it was definitely different this year. We even had 1 member of the staff harass us all weekend. When we contacted management about this, we were informed this staff member would not return to our area. He came back the next morning and banged cans together to try and wake us up at 7:30 am. Nothing was done to prevent him from coming back to our site. Poor management!! Will not return. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Motorhome.
We were here for one of the Wet n Wild weekends, it was fun getting the people wet on the train ride. We enjoy coming to this campground, it's very nice. The only thing I ask for is a toddler slide in the water spray area or let the little ones go down the slide with the parents. We always look forward to coming back. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $45.00
This campground was super clean. We had a paved pull-through site. The sites and roads well planned out. The site was small but bigger sites ("Super sites") are available. This was a great campground, I can't wait until it re-opens in April. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $39.00
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.
The campground, and I use that word loosely, was very clean and well maintained. That being said, it should be called a trailer park instead. With 95% of the "campground" being permanent sites, the actual campsites are in the middle of an open field with too small of sites. We paid extra for the "super site", with my neighbor's water and electric were on my patio. The golf cart race track was open every afternoon and evening until well into the morning. I almost got hit on my bike by a golf cart which was driven by a drunk person from a permanent site (yes, I know this because I rode by their permanent site later when they were partying on their deck). My kids were also almost hit several times by golf carts that were driven by underage kids that were nowhere near the age of 16, which was required by the campground rules (not to mention state law). The adults who drove the golf carts were most of the time drinking with their coolers of beer in the back because they might get thirsty on the race track - even with the 10 mph signs, which were largely ignored. We had a wonderful party that lasted until 3:30 a.m. at one of the permanent sites right behind our camp site which we were not invited to only we could listen to them hootin' and hollerin' the entire time. We were supposedly camping on the river but that was extremely hard to get to because of all of the permanent sites. The beach area was tiny, the water park which is a pool with two slides was so overcrowded on the weekends due to the permanent site people that we could only use it during the week. The Wi-Fi that was free was intermittent and spotty at best. There were signs posted that the fish were inedible due to chemicals. Would never return to this trailer park again! We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great place, but not for those of us who don't own huge motorhomes or 5th wheels. We felt very out of place and uncomfortable, as this CG is geared toward those owners and/or permanent trailers and boaters. Beautiful area of VA, nice surroundings, but not much to do nearby. We did go into Williamsburg for a day which was nice and didn't take too long. My kids enjoyed the water slides and other water play features as well as the playground and train ride. The pools were not clean which was pretty disappointing and I am not sure why they employ lifeguards, because while there I witnessed one sleeping, one texting, and another taking smoke breaks outside of the pool area. I had to stay near the slide to make sure the kids waited for the bottom to be clear because the guy manning the slide wasn't paying any attention. Since we are not equipped with a bathroom we relied on the bath houses which were fine for going to the bathroom but not for showering. They were tiny, cramped stalls with a cord that you had to pull to get the water to come out. It's pretty hard to have to reach up and pull a short cord with one hand while trying to shampoo and get washed up with the other. Also it is well water with that sulfur odor which I guess is to be expected in such a rural area but being a city dweller I didn't care for it. Cable and Wi-Fi worked great, store is OK, staff is very friendly and available. The outdoor fitness equipment was very cool, never seen that before! We will probably not return but may try their sister camp down the road next time (Bethpage) since we drove over and checked it out and it seemed to be more suited for us. We camped at Grey's Point Camp in a Tent Trailer.