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17 RV Parks near West Point, Virginia
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Point. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Point in the left hand column.
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
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
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
May 2018 - $90.00
We love Bethpage! We come here all the time. We are even talking about getting a seasonal site next year. There is so much for our teenagers to do. Staff is always pretty helpful, I know they deal with a lot being such a large place. It does get very busy so if you like calm and quiet I do not recommend them, but otherwise you will always have a great time! Seafood readily available around the corner from here. - Chummell81
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
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
Sites: 30 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 13 Reviews
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center has camps for children and provides space for groups to worship, and for anyone to have a time of retreat and relaxation. While this is true, the campground is open to all and you may come and go as you like. The campground is separated from the area where the children are playing while at camp and is very quiet. There is a pool on site that is open to those camping there. The campground is very wooded and nice. The sites are not large, but are separated nicely from each other. We drove at least 20 minutes to get to Historic Willaimsburg, but did not mind being out of the tangle of roads around the more tourist oriented area. The people at Williamsburg Retreat Center are VERY helpful. We ran late arriving and they called us to make sure we knew where to find the papers with instructions, campsite information, and helpful phone numbers upon our arrival. They also shared with us very helpful information concerning visiting Williamsburg and the other attractions. - TN Vogels
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
Sep 2018 - $54.00
Campsites pictured on AH website are not what you get! We were assigned site 69 for our 35' RV. Site is an end one and extremely tight. Had a difficult time backing into the site. Pictures for full hookup show ample space between sites: this is not the case. One adult can barely walk between our site and the next one. Rig barely fit on slab. Talked with front desk woman, showed her pictures and she would not acknowledge we had been assigned an inappropriate site for our rig. When I pressed, her goal was to get me out of the office by saying "I need to wait on this next guest". Excuse me: I was a guest! We are long time RV campers throughout the US (9 years) and WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS CAMPGROUND TO MOTORHOME OWNERS. - Harghund
Aug 2018 - $40.00
This is an excellent choice when visiting the Williamsburg, VA area. The park is located at the end of a street in a residential area. Upon entering you are greeted with a big park and LOTS of elbow room! The sites are nice and wide and plenty long. Many of the sites have concrete stove-type fire pit/ovens and nice patio furniture with umbrellas. There are tons of trees making the park nice and shady. There is a nice pool, general store, dog run (although it is far away from the road and looks like a great place to be eaten by mosquitoes, so we didn't bother), and a giant blow-up slide for kids that looks like FUN! The interior roads are roomy and the entire front of the park has concrete pads. Our nightly rate of $40 was based on a monthly rate - and there is PLENTY to keep you busy in this area for a month or more! Great park - we will return. - jjones5996
Jul 2018 - $60.00
Beautiful park, friendly staff, perfect location. The spaces are a nice size and the park is conveniently located to Colonial Williamsburg. Great location for day trips to Virginia Beach, Yorktown, and/or Jamestown. - TXRoadWarrior
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Easy access. Site was gravel & a little bit of work to get level but not too much trouble. Location is superb. A beautiful lake & creek. Nice to walk around this large park. The pool looked nice though we didn't use it. Lots of trees so good shade. WiFi not great. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Mgsid
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
Nov 2018 - $45.00
Easy to check in and were lead to the sight. For a place on a river it did remarkably well during a huge rain. The premier sites have nice fire pits and grills and patios. They even accommodated getting the three units Who came together next to each other. - John S.
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
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