General Campground Information
We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
At the Williamsburg KOA you can expect the highest standards. Our knowledgeable Front Desk staff is ready and able to assist you in making your vacation memorable and enjoyable. Our experienced, full-time cleaning staff keep the place looking spotless. We are constantly renovating and upgrading the campground to ensure our guests feel pampered, relaxed, and comfortable. In recognition of our commitment to our guests and the great camping experience we offer, the Williamsburg KOA has received a Triple 10 from Good Sam RV Travel Guide, the Woodalls 5W Award, and the KOA Founder's Award. Services: Office Service, Faxing, Photocopying, Directions, Information, WiFi, Dog Park, Parking Escort and Assistance, Camp Store, 24/7 Laundry facility.
Sites are reserved by type(full hookup RV, cabin, tent, etc.) in either the Family Side or Quiet Side. Site numbers are not assigned in advance. We strive to ensure groups of families, friends, etc. are kept together if booked in advance. A specific site may be guaranteed for a one-time, nonrefundable $10 fee. Guests who wish to return the same time next year and who would like to request the same site, should make their reservations before they leave. Number of people to Site: Due to regulations, we are only permitted one family (2 adults and their children) OR 4 adults per site. (6 people max). Sleeping tents are not permitted on RV & Cabin sites. Dining and shade structures are permitted. One Room Camping Cabins: Maximum 4 people Two Room Camping Cabins: Maximum 6 people Deluxe Cabins: Maximum 6 people We do allow dogs in designated "Pet Friendly" Cabins Please call 1-800-562-1733 for Pet Cabin reservations.
WiFi service is free for all guests. No password is required. The wireless network for the Family Side is Colonial_KOA_Guest. The wireless network for the Quiet Side is hotspot. Once connected to the appropriate network you must open your internet browser and accept the terms and conditions on the authentication page before you can use the network. Our wireless network is designed for browsing the internet and checking email. The network will slowdown under tasks which require more bandwidth.
Check-In Check -Out Times
Check -in time for RV and Tent sites is 1pm. For all cabins and deluxe cabins check-in time is 4pm. Check- out is 11am for RVs, tent sites, and cabins. Please leave your site clean.
One camping unit or family per site. Six person maximum per site. One vehicle allowed per site. If tent camping: One family-sized tent & one small two-man tent are allowed. Six persons maximum per tent site. No mats are allowed on sites or grass. Please do not park on vacant sites. Extra parking areas are provided for your convenience.
Parents are responsible for the actions and safety of their children. Obey the 8mph speed limit while driving in the campground. Individuals must be 18 years or older with valid driver's license to operate a motorized vehicle in the campground. The following items are NOT permitted on the campground: ATVs, clotheslines, ropes or wires, weapons, firearms, or fireworks of any kind.
Pool and Play Area Safety
Children 17 and younger must be supervised by an adult at the pool and Splash Pad area. No lifeguard on duty. No diving allowed. Use of jumping pillow and pedal carts require signing a waiver. Parents must sign for children 17 and under. Parental supervision required while jumping pillow and pedal carts are in use.
Please observe quiet hours between 10:00pm and 8:00am.
One camping unit and one vehicle allowed per site. Do not park on grass. Extra vehicles must park in overflow lot.
You are responsible for your guests and they must be registered at the office. Please advise guests there is a fee. Guests must display a guest car tag and must leave before 10pm.
Pets must be kept on a leash and under control when out on the grounds. Pets must be quiet and well behaved. Pets which display aggressive behavior will be asked to leave. Please, do not leave your pets unattended and always remember to clean up after them. Pets are not allowed in buildings or in pool area. Under the ADA, State and local governments, businesses, and nonprofit organizations that serve the public generally must allow service animals to accompany people with disabilities in all areas of the facility where the public is normally allowed to go. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Kamp K9 pet playgrounds are provided for your convenience at the Colonial field and behind the Quiet Side General Store. You are permitted to let your pets off leash in these areas only.
Please respect your neighbors by keeping conversation, radio, television, and musical instrument volume to a minimum. The running of generators is not permitted. Please walk on roads and do not cut thru your neighbors sites. Do not wash RVs at camp sites.
Campfire Safety Rules
Ground fires are not permitted. Fires must be in a grill/container and out by 11:00 PM. Please follow our campfire rules. 1. Clear leaves away from site 2. Maintain a small fire 3. Don't leave fire unattended 4. Always extinguish fire with water before turning in for the night or departing . 5. Please do not burn garbage. 6. It is unlawful to have fires during droughts or high winds.
The Family Side
The Williamsburg KOA is divided into two separate sections to better provide for your ideal camping experience The Family Side of the campground is the first section you see when traveling down Newman Rd. This section boasts 200 sites including patio sites, tent spaces, Camping Cabins, & Deluxe Cabins. The Family Side is perfect for families on vacation. It features gem mining, jumping pillow, heated swimming pool, splash pad, game room, & banana bikes. Seasonal activities occur at the Family Side throughout the year & are hosted by our SummerShiners from mid-May to mid-August. These include movie nights, tie-dye, sports, arts & crafts, & Sunday morning chapel. Stop by the Camp Store to check out our Fun Board or pick up a Town Crier for a schedule of events. You'll also enjoy Ted's hand dipped Hershey' ice cream during the summer. WiFi is available across the Family Side. Cable connection is standard at all RV sites. Cable TV standard in 1-room Camping Cabins and Deluxe Cabins.
The Quiet Side
The Williamsburg KOA is divided in to two separate sections to better provide for your ideal camping experience The Quiet Side of the campground is the original section of the campground opened in 1974. It is the second section you see when traveling from the I-64 Exit 234 down Newman Road. The Quiet Side offers great camping for individuals, couples, and experienced campers looking to get back to nature in a quiet setting. This section features full hook-up RV sites, tent spaces, and one room Camping Cabins. Enjoy nature trails, shaded swimming pool, and the peaceful atmosphere. WiFi is available across the Quiet Side and cable TV connection is standard at all RV sites.
In accordance with Virginia State Law, alcoholic beverages may only be consumed at your camp site.
Please put trash in bags and deposit them in the dumpster at the Family Side. On the Quiet Side, put trash next to road by 10am for pickup. Recycling is located at Family Side dumpsters. Small trash receptacles are located throughout both sections of the campground for your convenience.
Under Virginia State Law, sewer hose connectors with potable water connections are not allowed. No sink, shower, or toilet waste shall be put on the surface of the ground or disposed of in open pits. Sewer rings are required.
Virginia Dept of Agriculture FIREWOOD NOTICE
Notice for Campers: LEAVE YOUR FIREWOOD AT HOME! One of the most important things we can do to protect Virginia's trees and forest diversity is stop moving firewood. New infestations of tree-killing insects and diseases are often first found in campgrounds and parks. Why? Because people have accidentally spread invasive species when they brought firewood along with them. In Virginia, there are numerous counties under quarantines, issued by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, due to an invasive insect pest or disease. These quarantines restrict the movement of firewood or wood by products from certain tree species. Moving firewood in violation of a quarantine is a class 1 misdemeanor and upon conviction, you could be subject to; confinement in jail for up to twelve months, a fine of $2,500.00, or both. For more information, go to http://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/news/releases-a/062212eabexpand.shtml