I was happy with the cleaniness. How the cabin was stocked with paper towels and toilet paper to start of with. The best part was the indoor inground pool and hot tub. I was so dissapointed that it was not able to stay open. But I was grateful that we were atleast able to get in it before they shut it down. I can not wait to come back again!!!!
I believe that the park could have been in much better shape, the pool and spa were not working. There was leaves and debris everywhere. The staff was great. I think the park could have insured that the renovations areas were secure and safe to all campers. The office was on short hours and that made it difficult.
The Thousand Trails staff at Williamsburg were very friendly and helpful for our Thanksgiving stay. The cabin was very clean and the other campers were welcoming. Located near a lot of great historic sites and fun things to do.
This campground is almost perfectly situated for all that there is to do in the Williamsburg area. Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, or shopping in the many malls and outlets were all less than 30 minutes away. The campground staff was very friendly and helpful and we had a site easily big enough to handle our 42' rig. I highly recommend this campground if you're looking to stay in the Williamsburg area.
Williamsburg location is a great tree lined campground. Cabins are comfortable and well situated to office and amenities. The staff is helpful and friendly, free popcorn, and candy bar bingo nights. I recommend for a no frills, simple weekend. It is also close to shopping.
Our stay at Williamsburg RV & Camping Resort has been nothing short of great. When our family faced illness prior to our move-out date, management worked with us and very generously provided us with an extra week of stay. This sort of flexibility and kindness is hard to come by in the campground world, and as a family with young children, this act of kindness was extremely appreciated. Additionally, our family had the chance to experience Halloween here and the staff went all out for the holiday! This includes a haunted trail and house, kids themed crafting, wagon rides, pumpkin painting/carving, etc. While the facilities are a tad bit outdated, the people here really made the difference. We will definitely be back!
Tv reception was non-existent. Too crowed over all. Seemed like a lot of people were there to live.Pretty trees and Williamsburg was nice. Pool was great. Wish there would have been some TV though. Won’t stay again.
Best weekend ever, we love nature and here is a great place to stay not a typical hotel room here we have privacy the cabin was very clean and the location is like 5 minutes from everything, recommend it 100%
Our stay at this campground was riddled with issues that seem to continuously plague Thousand Trails/Encore. RVers buy Thousand Trails memberships for reasonable overall cost. While the upfront cost can be significant, it can pay off within a few years, but only if the experience is great. Not just good, but GREAT. And so far, including this property, it was not great. Most Thousand Trails properties, especially this one, are in poor condition. The entire campground needs work. The entrance to the grounds are completely unlit - no lights whatsoever. When driving in the dark, as we did, especially in an unfamiliar camp, lights are necessary to proved a welcoming environment ... and guide your way through the area. No lights exist at the entrance or through the opening of the camp. The camp checkin is nearest the BACK of the campground. Not the front, but the back. As such, one must transverse through a maze of streets, unfamiliar and through the dark ... just to gain an understanding of what site you are in. For larger units, such as our 45' fifth wheel - this is very concerning, stressful and completely unnecessary. A capable owner could have designed a nice welcome stand or "inbox" situation that included a map and location of our site without having to drive to the end, only to learn that you have to drive back the way you came in order to park at your assigned lot. Because this campground is a "trailer park" (mostly permanent sites) and not a tradition campground, tree overhang was a disaster. Excess foliage scraped our rig almost from entrance to exit which was completely unacceptable. Because the focus is constantly on folks living or long term visitors, attention to detail for those that are merely visiting does not exist. The roads are very narrow some unkept and needing repairs. For large rigs, navigating among the trees on tiny unkept roads makes it more difficult. The amenities/bathhouse are fair - typical for Thousand Trails who primarily focus on long term residency. The pool was closed, probably due to the season, but with some upgrades and attention, long term pool access could exist. Thousand Trails is NEVER a good value, epically if they are going to cater to long term residencies investing in a trailer park environment. If you are looking for a family campground, especially for kids, there are other options available in Williamsburg. This property needs a major upgrade to become a family campground.…
Williamsburg Thousand Trails campground is a great place to go. There are a lot of attractions nearby. Williamsburg Thousand Trails is a great place to take family and friends. We go to Williamsburg campground alot because our grandson lives close by,