Father's Day weekend is upon us. Everyone is welcome, with or without Dad in tow. What better way to spend this special weekend than camping? Settle into one of our Yurts, cabins or Patio RV Sites. Bring your family favorites to cook out over an open fire. Enjoy leisurely days of swimming, hiking, and exploring the natural beauty of Williamsburg. Treat Dad to a Father's Day he'll never forget! Perfect for the first-time camper AND veteran campers alike.
The weather may be warm, but the Christmas spirit is alive at your favorite Williamsburg KOA during a Christmas in July theme weekend! In the middle of summer, why not enjoy some fabulous family vacation activities by celebrating Christmas in July with us? We'll have decorations, Christmas treats, holiday music, and, of course, a visit from Mrs. Claus herself!
We KNOW we have the best guests in the country, so we decided we had to take an entire weekend to say ‘thank you' to all of you! We've got a weekend full of fun activities lined up including visits with Bubbles the Clown and the Teeny Tiny Farm to show our appreciation. Our Customer Appreciation Day is meant to show each and every one of our amazing customers how much we appreciate them!
Calling all princesses and super heroes, put on those capes and adjust your tiaras. In our magical Princess weekend at Williamsburg KOA, dreams will come true as we create beautiful crafts, meet lovely princesses, and more. This is a weekend for action and adventure. Join us for magical tales, and more!
Summer may get all the publicity, but fall in Williamsburg, Virginia is not to be missed, especially at our Williamsburg KOA campground, where you can set up camp for the weekend with your RV or in our beautiful cabins. Enjoy our heated pool, a visit from Bubbles the clown, and our weekend activities.
What better place to enjoy Halloween celebrations than at Williamsburg KOA campground? We'll be having 6 Halloween themed weekends that are sure to be a real treat. You may be asking yourself, “what could possibly make October such a fun time to plan a camping trip?” We are here to tell you why! Our campground goes all out with Halloween-themed events and activities! So, grab a pumpkin-flavored something and start planning a fun fall weekend away for Halloween.
You're not scared of the night, are you?! Come join us at Williamsburg KOA for our last Spooktacular Halloween Weekend. All the ghouls and goblins are welcome for our costume parade, trick-or-treating, and all manner of holiday fun and surprises. Bring your most garish ghosts and menacing monsters to haunt your campsite for a chance to win the Site Decorating Contest. We can't wait to see you!
This weekend we salute the hard-working heroes who keep us safe. Military personnel (active or retired), firefighters, police officers, and paramedics receive 15% off their site or cabin fee this weekend. Activities are on hand to keep the whole family entertained: disc golf, family playground with gravity rail, and jumping pillows.
Busch Gardens Open Daily for Spring Break March 21 – October 31. Click here to view the full 2020 schedule.
There's no better place to celebrate our nation's birth than on historic Duke of Gloucester Street. Enjoy a full day of patriotic festivities, including public readings of the Declaration of Independence, musical performances, hands-on activities for the kids, and a dazzling firework display to cap the evening.
End Greater Williamsburg's race season with the Patriots Triathlon Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11–13. Right next door to Jamestown Settlement, this race features a long course, Olympic and sprint options. The swim will take place at Jamestown Beach and the bike course will be along the Route 5 Virginia Capital bike trail.
Every year on the first Sunday of November, Berkeley Plantation hosts the Virginia Thanksgiving Festival. This annual tradition dates back to 1619 when Captain John Woodlief and his crew of thirty-five men landed on the shores of the James River. Join us for a day immersed in the history of early Colonial America as we celebrate the First English Thanksgiving in the New World. Experience the re-enactment of this historic event moderated by Tim Timberlake. Fun activities for the entire family include a re-enactment of the First English Thanksgiving, Chickahominy Tribal Dancers, parade with horse drawn carriages, fife and drum, festival participants and entertainers, musicians and magicians, colonial period games, dancing and choral groups, arts & crafts, jewelry and food vendors, corn maze, storytelling, cornhusk doll making, candle dipping, and a silent auction.
We invite guests to join us as we illuminate the night sky above our beautiful colonial capital. In the 18th century, illuminations — the firing of guns and lighting of fireworks — celebrated major events such as the birthday of a reigning sovereign, military victories, or the arrival of a new colonial governor. Begin the special day by checking out the unique decorations throughout the Historic Area. Then, enjoy musical performances on multiple stages throughout our streets and fireworks displays from the Capitol, the Magazine, and the Palace.
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