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Old 03-07-2019, 07:38 PM   #1
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campgrounds near Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown.

I am looking for recommendations for camping near the Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown triangle. I have a 32ft class C and would like full hookups. Thanks
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Old 03-07-2019, 08:07 PM   #2
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Anvil Campground


Very nice campground and we enjoyed our stay, ... I think its the closest cg to the historic area and I believe they have a shuttle to it, ... they also honor Passport America

Anvil Campground in Williamsburg, VA | Campground in Hampton Roads
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That is a great CG. Have stayed there many times. Not too far from the Visitors Center. I stay there with a 32 ft class C towing a 20 ft car trailer. There is a nice KOA, but its a ways out.
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We like Chickahominy Riverfront Park, a public park operated by James City County. They have full hook-ups including 30 / 50 amp service. The campground is about 10 miles from Colonial Williamsburg.

https://jamescitycountyva.gov/Facili...erfront-Park-2
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The Frog Williamsburg Rally is staying at the American Heritage RV Park. I won't be able to say what it is like until October when the rally starts. Advertised as FHU and 50 amp.
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X2; on the American Heritage RV Park. I stayed at that park in Sep 2017, friends recommend the park who live nearby. We spent 12 nights there and the site was a 50 amp, FHU, pull through site. Park is close enough to do day trips too everything you asked about and quite enough at night for my needs will of the highway.
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While anvil is a nice campground, it is unfortunate that thay have an active train track right next to them. We were there years ago in a tent, right next to the tracks, the locomotive headlamp shining into the tent and them having to blow the whistle as there is a crossing close by...... During the night.... more than one......have never been back.
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They only put the tents next to the tracks.
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We have stayed many times at Chippokes Plantation State Park in Surry, Va. There is a ferry(no cost) that crosses the James River, taking you right into Jamestown. I donít believe thereís sewage hookups but there is a dump station. For more info go to www.dca.virginia.gov. Itís a nice and quiet campground, not many sites. Right on the James River.
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They only put the tents next to the tracks.
They pack the others in cheek-by-jowl. Loved my neighbor's sewer hose under my awning. Don't forget the highway on the side opposite the train tracks.
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I use one in the middle as a pull through and never had someone's sewer hose under my awning.
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Newport News Campground. Newport News Va. Nice wooded campground, fair prices. No sewer, a dump station. Very close to the interstate. I would check it out.
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Stayed at the Williamsburg KOA and loved it. FHU ,clean, wooded and off interstate. Relatively close to Williamsburg attractions.
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Stayed at the Williamsburg KOA and loved it. FHU ,clean, wooded and off interstate. Relatively close to Williamsburg attractions.
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American Heritage campground located in Norge, Va is close by to the attractions asked about. Campground is well managed w/fh. As supporting members to Colonial Williamsburg we do at least one annual visit and has always been to American Heritage.
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Stayed at American Heritage a few years back and would definitely stay there again, it was convenient to the all the sites and not far from the Colonial Parkway.
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Old 03-20-2019, 08:54 AM   #17
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I just booked American Heritage RV Park, was going to book Anvil, until I saw the per night rate. $$$$.
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