We have traveled EXTENSIVLY, the whole USA. This spot was one of the worst for navigation around. The front desk was little or no help. ..... and the online price was $24 to $39 and jumped to $50 when we got here. The lots were very unlevel and hard to find. We will not be back.
We spent two nights at this Thousand Trails park in a 40' fifth wheel and will never return. Getting to our site was a nerve-racking experience due to the narrow lanes between the sites and the many trees lining the sites. We lost 50 amp service to our rig the second day and were never able to get it restored. The office sent a serviceman to check the pedestal and he said it was fine. Despite that, our power management system would not accept the 50 amp service. Fortunately we were able to use a 30 amp adapter to get power. When we checked into another campground the following day our 50 amp system worked fine so the problem was clearly with Thousand Trails.
We were here two years ago and had a great time. When we returned in July, it was horrible. The staff told us there were spaces available that had rental units on them. One site they pointed out was filled with leaves and was the area all the water drained from rain. The sites we ended getting were unlevel as could be. The pool had clumps of hair floating in it. As a lifetime member I was appalled at the condition of this campground.
We stayed at this campground to visit Williamsburg. It is in need of some improvement and the sites are pretty tightly placed. We saw more than one RVer have issues getting into and out of the sites. The facilities themselves are dated but functional. The park was far enough from the highway that there was not alot of road noise. The kids enjoyed the pools and it was nice to have an outdoor and an indoor pool. The Verizon signal was strong in the campground but the Tengo Internet was very slow and often did not work. The drive to Williamsburg was only a few minutes and it was a really great experience for us all. If you are visiting for a few days this park would be a good fit.
No level spots. Full of full timers and very few spots available. Dirty, old, and poorly kept. Even before I arrived, I was harassed three time by the sales person Regina. There are too many nice campgrounds in the area. Don't go here. Stay in the Walmart parking lot instead.
One of the better parks in the Thousand Trails network - 50 amps is good. Community spaces are very nice, and well maintained, as is the pool and hot tub. The sites are a mixed bag. First come first served, most sites are level but hard to get into. Some have lots of space for a group to gather at the built-in grille and fire ring, others have the fire ring within a few feet of the neighbor's coach. Tengo-net is gone, replaced with a pricier service. We are using Verizon smart phone's hotspot service - good. I recommend that you leave your coach at the entrance and check in and find a site before pulling-in.
Earlier reviews are still right about the roads being tight and most of the sites not being level but the Park's amenities and facilities are in good shape and we'll maintained. The best thing going for this park is its location near Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. We are Thousand Trails members, so it's a no brainer as far as cost but non members and active or retired military might be better served with other parks in the area.