Thousand Trails Williamsburg
We booked a two week stay at Thousand Trails Williamsburg, it had a decent rating and was still open at the end of November. It was the end of the season and our last day there was their last day they were open. We stayed there because it was so close to the Historic Triangle and we had plans in the area.
Our stay was ok but I would have liked to have seen it in the summer. This is an older, slightly rundown campground. It unfortunately looked as if maintenance was slipping but that may have just been because the season was over. The arrival is strange. Gate was broken and no signage to the office, which is buried in the middle of the campground.
The indoor pool was good and the hot tub was very hot. We spent about half of our time at the campground. Our site was washed out and had large ruts in it and a terrible slope. We called it the "ankle sprainer". Lots of shade and trees. It had a fire ring but it was three sites down and I had to go get it. Sites were chaotic and not the same, some were larger and most smaller. The game room was nice, laundry and clubhouse were ok.
What is in the area
Thousand Trails Williamsburg doesn't have propane service and we had to drive a bit to find a place that would fill a tank. The closest grocery store was about 15 mins away. Norfolk is about 45 mins and well worth the drive.
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Verizon was poor
LTE 2.1 down 2.4 up
No free internet.
Thousand Trails Williamsburg Summary
My review isn't great but we would stay here again. It is part of our Thousand Trails Membership and the people that work the office were great. We even had an odd piece of mail show up there many weeks after we stayed there and they called us to see if we wanted it. Great touch.