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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

American Heritage ~ Williamsburg, Virginia

Description:  For our visit to Historic Williamsburg we choose American Heritage and what a GREAT place to stay.  The Host & Hostess where really nice and did whatever they could to help you out.  The park was well maintained and one thing I really loved is they had on-site garbage pick-up.  Also it was easy Access I-64 and Hwy 60. We took a standard site but they do have premium sites that have a nice patio with furniture and a firepit on them. Pet friendly.  There are a lot of great things to see & do in this area.  Just a bit of advice, when visiting you should plan on your visit to Historic Williamsburg for 2-3 days. There is a multiple day pass for the park.
Amenities: Camp Store for RV Supplies, 95 Full Hookup Shaded or open Sites, 70 Spacious Pull-Thrus (multiple slide-outs), 20/30/50 AMP Electric, Big Rig Friendly, Free Wi-Fi and Cable w/ 45+ channels at each site, Picnic Tables, Fire Barrels/Wood Free delivery to site, Newly Remodeled Bathrooms, On Site Propane, 24 Hour Laundry, Fenced Dog Run, Dump Station, All Sites w/Concrete Parking & Patios, Swimming Pool, Basketball Court, Volleyball Court, Horseshoes, Spacious Green Meadows, Nature Trails, Lending Library, Mini Golf, Kids Game Room, Heritage Room & Colonial Room - Fireplace, TV and Meeting Area, GranTour- 4 Seater Family Bike, Golf Carts
Directions & Web Site:  Lat: 37.376016 N ~ Long: 76.766612 W
From I-64, exit at 231A (Norge). Take second left at Mennonite Church onto Maxton Ln. go 1/4 mile to park entrance on left.
From State Rt. 60, turn on Rt. 607 and go to Mennonite Church, turn right onto Maxton Ln., go .22 miles to park entrance, on left.
Web Site: http://www.americanheritagervpark.com/

Date of Stay:  April 17th, 2012 for 4 nights

Weather During Stay: Our weather was great while we visited here.  Around 70 during the day
and low 60's at night.

Favorite Sites: We had site 81 which was really nice and had a cement pad.  Not all sites have cement pads but a lot do.  All sites seemed to be pretty good.

Rate: $44.86 per night total ~ Good Sam discount

Phone/TV/Internet: We had great reception on both our AT&T and Verizon phone.  Verizon Mi-fi card worked great (4G).  Park free Internet was fast and reliable. Direct Satellite on roof worked good too and also they had free cable TV (60 channels).

Elevation/Landscape: 70 acres of lush green meadows and woodlands
Lighting/Noise: Both were OK and there was a train that went by several times a night which didn't bother us at all.

Hiking/Walking/Biking: lots of roads to walk or bike on not to mention all the walking you'll get in visiting the historic towns.

Things to See & Do: There is a lot to see & do in this very historic area ~ The first colonized town in America ~ Jamestown, Williamsburg ~ where the American Revolution was decided. The site of the final major clash of the American Revolution and symbolic end of the colonial period of our nation's history ~ Yorktown
Rating: (9.5) We really enjoyed this park and it had all you could ever need.

Have Fun & Travel Safe

1 comment:

Bonnie said...

We agree - we have stayed there many times. It is very easy to get to from the interstate and convenient to Yorktown, Jamestown and Williamsburg.