22 total back in RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 60ft, with full hookups. Twenty 30 amp and two 50 amp sites. Beautiful, wooded sites for RVs and tents. WiFi, restrooms, showers, small laundry, handicap accessible, large pool with diving board (in season), fire rings, picnic area, small gift shop, BBQ, Frisbee golf, Ga Ga Ball,basketball, biking, hiking, horseshoes, playgrounds, tennis courts, and volleyball. Ice and firewood available. We also offer hotel rooms and cabins nestled in our 300 acre site.
Open year-round! PA is valid Saturday-Thursday only. PA is valid for a maximum of 2 days per calendar month. PA not valid Memorial Day or Labor Day weekeneds. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. *Rates: Memorial Day thru Labor Day $44, PA $22. All other times $34, PA $17. Rates are based on 2 adults, add'l people $5 each (children under 18 with parents are free).
Located 35 miles from Richmond. 5 minutes from I-64! Take Interstate 64 to exit 227 Go North on Route 30 for just under a mile Turn left on Route 601, Barnes Road Travel 1 mile, entrance is on the right
One of Williamsburg's most scenic campgrounds! Peaceful, quiet atmosphere and plenty of recreation on grounds.
Fishing, boating, mountain biking, golf all within 10 minutes. Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, and Busch Gardens all under 30 minutes away. Located 34 miles from Richmond International Airport.
We have stayed at Colonial Pines Campground At Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center, Williamsburg, Virginia several times and highly recommend it. We were nervous about staying here at first because we aren't religious but a quick phone call allayed any worries on that account. The staff is friendly & helpful and the sites are spacious and generally well maintained. It's located near historic Williamsburg and an hour or so from both Richmond and Hampton Roads. Despite being less than 10 minutes from I-64, the campground is secluded and private. The showers are pretty good, the water tastes good, the sewers work fine, and we've never had an issue with electricity. In fact, the only real complaint we have is the campsite driveway entrances being a bit muddy. This is a nice small campground and if you're going to visit the Williamsburg area you should definitely consider staying here.