We stayed 6 nights. The park is large with tightly packed sites all on concrete level pads. Everything was well maintained. We had a power issue and a laundry room washing machine issue. Both work attended to promptly by friendly staff. We had an Amazon package delivered while we were there with no issues. Bath house was large and clean. We did not use the pool or game room but both looked ready for use. Location is on the outskirts of town and was fairly quite. Lots of historic sites to see within 30-60 minutes. We stayed in site 32 in a 33 ft travel trailer. Wi-Fi was fast except for Friday evening when lots of campers showed up. We would stay here again.
Stayed here for 10 nights on a Premium site with our Class A motorhome as part of a multi-month summer road trip. Toward the end of our stay the National Hurricane Center forecast Isaias to make landfall and pass through Eastern Virginia. We were traveling out to Hatteras from American Heritage, but the island was closed because of the storm and both NC and VA issued states of emergency. The Friday before landfall our destination campground at Hatteras refunded our reservation with a late arrival four days later. American Heritage extended our stay for an additional four days starting Friday July 31st. On Monday August 3rd, the National Hurricane Center forecast the storms path more west and almost directly over Williamsburg with wind gusts to 75mph along with the potential for tornadoes. Maps attached. WIth the amount of tall trees in American Heritage and our site positioning our motorhome with the patio facing the oncoming wind direction my wife and I were not comfortable waiting our the storm at this campground. We chose to move 140 miles west to Charlottesville for two nights before making the longer trip to Hatteras. Although we had extended our original 10 night reservation at the last minute for another four nights, American Heritage's owner chose not to refund the two nights we moved to Charlottesville. We were told that they would not refund because Isaias "was only a tropical storm". The management of this property is glad to readily take your money to extend, but has no regard for your decisions regarding safety. We understand that all businesses are having a hard time financially this summer, but to not refund two nights stay in a Premium site when we moved to get out of the path of a large tropical storm is simply bad business.…
The sites are very nice with concrete and full hookups. Premium sites have a brick patio, a glass table with large umbrella and six chairs. There is a new section with large fire places. Golf carts are available to rent. We didn’t use any of the amenities. A wonderful location close to attractions, restaurants and shopping. I recommend this location you want be disappointed.
e stayed here 4th of July weekend and I understand it was a holiday and this whole Covid thing but I was disappointed this time staying here. The dog poop trashcan was over flowing and since we were right across the street from it, it was pretty off putting. They had the time to have someone put a sign on the can saying dont put ur camp trash in here but they couldn't take the bag out. There was nobody holding people accountable to the rules. There was smoking and drinking going on in a smoke and alcohol free pool and kids drinking golf carts well past the quiet time curfew. We have stayed here before but this time I was very disappointed.
We’ve been here a few times. This is just a perfect size park close to a ton of amazing things to see and do (like AMAZING shopping with little vintage-y stores everywhere!). The park is clean and affordable. It’s also bike friendly. The koa in the area is NOT. This camp also has super spots with big stone fireplaces which are great on those chilly spring or fall nights. I will definitely go back again!