Choose from Three Options
- $89 for two nights in a basic tent or RV site with 30-amp electric and water hook-up for up to six people ($172.82 value)
- $99 for two nights in a one-room camping cabin for up to four people ($180.82 value)
- $219 for two nights in a deluxe cabin for up to six people, valid Sunday–Wednesday ($458.82 value)
The one-room camping cabin has one set of bunk beds and a full-sized bed; guests should bring their own linens. The deluxe cabin includes a partial kitchen and full bath. Each gravel RV site includes complimentary cable and wireless internet.
KOA Campground Williamsburg
Families have no shortage of things to do at KOA Campground Williamsburg: Children can frolic among water fountains beside a heated pool (in season) or bounce through the air from two inflatable jumping pads. Families can even work together to pan for gems in an old-fashioned mining sluice for an additional fee. Three generations of the same family have worked for more than 40 years to build this 180-acre wooded campground. It has the classic camping experience mixed in with plenty of modern updates: campers can enjoy a picnic in the communal pavilion, or let their animals socialize in one of the pet playgrounds. Around the park, there's a network of nature trails accessible on-foot or by a raccoon-drawn sled. Throughout the year, the campground also hosts events ranging from outdoor movie screenings to themed weekend parties. At the end of the day, guests can retire to cabins outfitted with bunk-beds or enjoy the tent and RV sites with full hook-ups. Bridging the gap between wilderness and civilization are amenities such as complimentary cable and wireless internet. There's also plenty to see beyond the woods, too: the campground lies in close proximity to attractions such as Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens.