This is a beautiful park only one mile from the Blue Ridge Parkway. The new owners have and are making many improvements to the campground, and we enjoyed our stay. They have goats and chickens. The pool was beautifully kept and clean and we enjoyed playing shuffleboard on the newly painted court. There are some seasonal campers and several cabins. All of the staff were courteous and helpful. We enjoyed our stay and will go back.
Sherando Lake is a family favorite. The sites are wide and most are shaded. The sites are well kept, and the camp hosts are always friendly and helpful. Make sure you check out both lakes! The facility is well maintained and has many family-friendly things to do. The hiking in the area is great.
Hosts are great KOA hosts. They are always helpful and friendly. We have camped here several times and have been happy each time. The campground is quiet and peaceful. Make sure you check the campground site for information about which exit to use off of the Interstate. Great family campground!
We stayed in Whispering Pines campground. The sites are gravel bordered by wood, and all back-in. The park was immaculate and the campground host was friendly and helpful. All of the staff members we encountered at registration and at the lake were friendly and helpful. We had fun kayaking at the lake and enjoyed our stay. We have already made our reservation for our next stay.
This is a great family campground. The store is clean and well-stocked. The bathrooms are clean and the sites are well placed although some are a little tight. We have camped many times at this park and love returning. Look out for the bunnies - they're everywhere in the park. They are wild cross-bred with tame rabbits, and they will come into your site and eat whatever you're willing to share. Host is a gem, and always makes us feel welcome.
Although this park is more expensive than many we have stayed at, we enjoy this park and recommend it frequently. The camp is clean, the store is great, the staff goes above and beyond, and we love camping there. If you are looking for a great family campground you can't go wrong with the Williamsburg KOA.
The roads are in horrible shape. I just got my wheels aligned and feared that I may have to do so again. One of the owners is rude. On arrival there was no power at the pedestal. Another campground worker called, but this owner showed up. He didn't answer questions, told me that the dogbone I'd connected to change from 50 amp to 30 amp to see if there was power to either connection would burn up my electrical system, stalked off, came back, and yelled at me to turn off my generator. We finally got power turned on, and it was uneventful after that. The pool is so old and disgusting that we would not get in it. The bath house roof leaks and has a tarp covering it. The campground has far too many rules (no bike riding in the park without a helmet; wash your feet before you go into the pool area). The general feeling is old, worn out, unfriendly, and unkempt.