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Old 06-29-2010, 03:06 PM   #1
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VA -American Heritage RV Park

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Campground Name: American Heritage RV Park
Campground Address: 146 Maxton Lane Williamsburg, VA 23188
Campground Phone #: Toll Free: 1-888-530-2267 • Local: 757-566-2133
Campground Web Site: Welcome to American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, VA

Campground Visit / Stay Information:

Date(s) of Visit/Stay: 25-27 June 2010
Length of Visit/Stay: 2 Nights
Site # / Type (PT or BkIn) / Hook-Ups (WES or WE or E or None): Site 60, Back In, WES
Site Amenities (Picnic Table (PT); Paved/Gravel/Grass; Pad; Cable; etc): Concrete Pad for trailer , picnic table, and one vehicle. Cable. Wi-Fi.
Rate / night: $45.25/night; $271.50/weekly (4 people)
Extra Charges / night (Pets, Children, A/C, etc): $4 per person/night
First Visit or Return Visit: First
Your Rating (1 Low – 5 High): 5

Campground Facilities Information:
Number & Type of Sites (PT / Back-In): 95 Full Hookup Shaded or open sites/70 Spacious Pull-Thrus (multiple slide-outs)
Hook-Ups (# with WES / WE / E /None): W/20/30/50 AMP Electric/Sewer/Cable/Wi-Fi
Credit Cards Accepted (VISA, MC, Disc, None): VISA, MC, Am EX, Discover
Discounts Accepted (Good Sam, KOA, other): AAA, Good Sam, AARP, Department of Defense
Interior Roads (Paved/Gravel; Wide/Narrow; Good/Bad): Gravel, adequate (It was tight for some "big rigs", but I had no issues with my 28') ; Good Condition. However, it had been hot and dry for a few days and it was dusty.
Level Sites (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, 3++ (I wish my driveway storage spot was that nice)
Wide/Open Sites (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): 2, they were ok for an RV Park.
Restroom Cleanliness (1 low – 3 high):3, Restrooms were very nice, however they are not air conditioned and the temp hit 105 while we were there.
Store (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes,2, very basic stuff
Game Room (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, didn’t use
Pool (Yes/No; Heated/Not Heated; Clean, rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, 3, very warm due to high air temps

Campground Impressions:

Kid Friendly (Yes/No - Activities): Very
People Friendly (Yes/No): Very
WiFi Friendly (Yes/No; - Charge?/Service Provider?): Yes, Free but need to register at office.
Cell Phone Coverage (Yes/No - Service Provider?): Yes, Nextel/Sprint
Pet Friendly (Yes/No): Yes/Fenced Dog Run

Personal Comments:

We picked this park off an internet search for mdfiregal to visit a friend that lives in Newport News. It was a very nice park and we are planning a return visit this fall to take the kids to Williamsburg.

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Old 06-29-2010, 09:16 PM   #2
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Agree with MackC-85, I was hosting an Open Roads Singles MnG at American Heritage RV Park last spring, think it was April. Though the pool was not open, the park meet our expectations, and it was not all that far from any of the attractions or stores if you needed one.

When we decide to visit Williamsburg, this is the ONLY campground I will consider.


I forget the name of the one that has the train running within about 10' of the rear of your rig. It might be Anvil, but I'm not sure.
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[QUOTE]I forget the name of the one that has the train running within about 10' of the rear of your rig. It might be Anvil, but I'm not sure. [/QUOTE]

Yes, that's Anvil. It has Route 60 (The main east-west road for Williamsburg) and the train tracks on one side and Moorestown Road on the other. The campground is only four sites wide. So you can either have the RR in your back door on one side, Moorestown Road on the other, or squeeze in the middle of the loop!! Didn't take long on Google maps to rule this one out!!!!

For truth in advertising......You can hear the trains from American Heritage, but they are approximately 1/2 mile away.
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Old 06-30-2010, 04:50 PM   #4
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Yeah, you could hear the train "if" your just sitting out chillin, but it's not really a big issue. Probably hear it less than we did as the trees were pretty bare when I was there.

HUM, when can I get back there ?????????

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Thanks for the review of Herritage. Its the only camp ground in Williamsbrug I have not camped at. This last week end I was camped with some folks from the area and I happened to mention how poor the campgrounds are in the Williamsbrug area, manly the 2 KOA's and the pottery factory campground, and one of the folks I was with highly recomended American Heritage RV Park as by far the best in the area. As for the railroad its like the trains are going right through your caper at Anvil.
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Campground Visit / Stay Information:

Date(s) of Visit/Stay: 19-25 June 2011
Length of Visit/Stay: 7 Nights
Site # / Type (PT or BkIn) / Hook-Ups (WES or WE or E or None): Site 67, Back In, WES
Site Amenities (Picnic Table (PT); Paved/Gravel/Grass; Pad; Cable; etc): Concrete Pad for trailer , picnic table. Cable. Wi-Fi. (there was no room for our vehicle at the site, we parked it at the end of the row w/ the staff permission)
Rate / night: $49.25/night; $295.50/weekly (4 people)
Extra Charges / night (Pets, Children, A/C, etc): $4 per person/night
First Visit or Return Visit: First
Your Rating (1 Low – 5 High): 4.5

Campground Facilities Information:
Number & Type of Sites (PT / Back-In): 95 Full Hookup Shaded or open sites/70 Pull-Thrus (multiple slide-outs)
Hook-Ups (# with WES / WE / E /None): W/20/30/50 AMP Electric/Sewer/Cable/Wi-Fi
Credit Cards Accepted (VISA, MC, Disc, None): VISA, MC, Am EX, Discover
Discounts Accepted (Good Sam, KOA, other): AAA, Good Sam, AARP, Department of Defense
Interior Roads (Paved/Gravel; Wide/Narrow; Good/Bad): Gravel, adequate (It was tight for some "big rigs", sites 58-86 can be VERY tight to back into) ; Good Condition.
Level Sites (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, 3++
Wide/Open Sites (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): 2, they were ok for an RV Park.
Restroom Cleanliness (1 low – 3 high):3, restrooms were probably the nicest I have seen at a campground
Store (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): 2
Game Room (Yes/No; rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, didn’t use
Pool (Yes/No; Heated/Not Heated; Clean, rating: 1 low – 3 high): Yes, 3 not heated


Campground Impressions:

Kid Friendly (Yes/No - Activities): Yes . . no organized activites, there is a water slide with very limited hours
People Friendly (Yes/No): Very
WiFi Friendly (Yes/No; - Charge?/Service Provider?): Yes, Free
Cell Phone Coverage (Yes/No - Service Provider?): Yes, Verizon
Pet Friendly (Yes/No): Yes/Fenced Dog Run

Overall we really liked the campground. Backing into our site was very, very tight, especially since we were surrounded by Class A's who were at the very edges of their own sites. I definitely would only do a pull through there again w/ my 30 ft trailer.

Campground was EXTREMELY quiet, yes you can hear the train, but that is about it.

It is situated in a nice area, easy to get to the many Williamsburg area attractions.

Farm Fresh grocery store is about 1/2 mile away too - very nice.
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