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Old 01-24-2019, 02:20 PM   #1
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We are heading to Williamsburg in April with 2 kids- 8 and 11. Any suggestion for camping in a 32 foot MH? We have stayed at Yogi Bear in the past down there and loved it but not sure we need all the amenities this time around. I would like a State park but the one I found was across the river and we don't have a tow vehicle. Thanks-

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Old 01-24-2019, 04:07 PM   #2
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Being a Thousand Trails member, I stayed at that park twice now and like it.
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Old 01-24-2019, 04:34 PM   #3
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We stayed at Chippokes Plantation State Park which is right across the river. There's a ferry just up the road.

The park is very nice, newly remodeled/rebuilt. You're out in the boonies, yet a short distance to Williamsburg and Jamestown.

We were in the 'Site Specific B' loop. It was nicer than the other loop.

Edit - Sorry, I missed your 'don't have a toad'.
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Old 01-24-2019, 04:46 PM   #4
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We are heading to Williamsburg in April with 2 kids- 8 and 11. Any suggestion for camping in a 32 foot MH? We have stayed at Yogi Bear in the past down there and loved it but not sure we need all the amenities this time around. I would like a State park but the one I found was across the river and we don't have a tow vehicle. Thanks-

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In August we stayed t the Williamsburg/Bush Gardens KOA. It was very comfortable, well run, and had a friendly staff. Many site certainly big enough for you 32 ft MH. It was about a 20 minute drive to colonial Williamsburg. I don;t think you'll find anything closer
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We stayed American Heritage RV Park last. Convenient to I64 and Colonial Williamsburg. Big rig friendly.
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Being a Thousand Trails member, I stayed at that park twice now and like it.
They had some tight spots and roads in a few spots but I do like them as well.
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I think American heritage runs a shuttle to Williamsburg. Its a nice campground.
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I have been to Chickahominy Riverfront Park. It's a county facility. Very well run right on the river. Near Jamestown and 5 miles to downtown Williamsburg.
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We enjoyed American Heritage also. Good activities for kids once your day is done. Nice pool and great staff.
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Old 01-28-2019, 10:56 PM   #10
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Howdy,

We are heading to Williamsburg in April with 2 kids- 8 and 11. Any suggestion for camping in a 32 foot MH? We have stayed at Yogi Bear in the past down there and loved it but not sure we need all the amenities this time around. I would like a State park but the one I found was across the river and we don't have a tow vehicle. Thanks-

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We stayed at Newport News City Park Campground, very nice, except for the bathhouses. The sites are large and very private. Wooded sites.
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Old 01-28-2019, 11:50 PM   #11
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Anvil Campground in Williamsburg, VA | Campground in Hampton Roads


only 3.3 miles(8 min.) from the Colonial Williamsburg Visitors Center


very nice cg with interesting history about the anvil name, ... they also honor the PassPort America discount, ... we enjoyed our stay there .... they also have shuttle service to the Colonial area
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In August we stayed t the Williamsburg/Bush Gardens KOA. It was very comfortable, well run, and had a friendly staff. Many site certainly big enough for you 32 ft MH. It was about a 20 minute drive to colonial Williamsburg. I don;t think you'll find anything closer
X 2 we really enjoyed our stay there. Later RJD
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