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42 RV Parks near Williamsburg, Florida
We did however find 42 campgrounds within 25 miles of Williamsburg. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Williamsburg in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $75.00
We enjoyed our two day stay in the Regal Point section of the campground. It is an older park but appears to be well run. The golf course was in good shape and our site was easy to maneuver the 43 ft bus into. People were friendly. Would expect this place to be busy in season. Renting by owners is the way to go. - Susan M
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Rate reflects a one-month stay. We stayed in the Regal Pointe section which is the more recent development. Lovely resort, with paved roads and large sites, executive golf course, nice pool and clubhouse, and very well maintained. Our site backed onto the ninth green. Very nice, but for some reason however, the RV pads were built with a significant slope, and getting level meant having my front wheels off the ground. Many permanent residents, but very most people were friendly and welcoming. Organized activities galore with breakfasts, cards, Wii, Wii, crafts, dances, etc. WiFi was good, but only available in the clubhouse. Located close to I-4 and Hwy 27, and traffic is horrendous. Getting in and out of the resort was a challenge. Overall, a great place to stay. - Voyageurs
Jan 2014 - $50.00
We stayed for 1 week visiting friends. We did not get a confirmation and had to rely on our friends to keep us informed. We were bounced around 3 times before we arrived. We were told that they only guarantee that an acceptable site will be provided, not a particular site. The site we were given was not acceptable, in that 2 days after we arrived, the electric company knocked on our door and stated that the electricity was going to be shut off because of non-payment. When we explained that we were renting from the owners for a week, they said we had 1 hour to settle the issue. We called park management and we assume that they were able to contact the owners since we did not have the power shut off. But...what if they couldn't contact the owners...or worse, what if we hadn't been home and had returned at night to find the power off and couldn't resolve the issue until the next day? In fairness, the site owners bought out the owner of the park last month and things have been in upheaval since...but I think that the park should not rent out owners' sites without knowing if all of their utilities are paid...especially at the outrageous prices that are being charged. We paid $403 for one week (including tax) and this did not include cable. We will not return to this park and will instead stay at the KOA down the road. - rena
Oct 2018 - $50.00
We have a 2017 travel trailer that had NO problems prior to hooking up to their electrical outlet. Immediately after hooking up, our camper's electrical system did not work properly...very dim lights, no A/C, no microwave, no refrigerator. Staff was rude when we called for help, but the groundskeeper did come within 1/2 hour. Groundskeeper was also rude when he arrived. We eventually found that the wires in the box were fried and had fed electricity to our camper through the ground wires...this is what caused the problems. We moved sites, but the problems still existed. My husband knows a good deal about electrical issues and bought a volt meter reader and found that it had burnt the camper's converter and circuit boards for the microwave and fridge/freezer. My husband spent more than a day getting all this figured out, buying, and replacing the ruined parts. When we finally talked to the owner, he was very rude as well. The owner refused to pay for the new parts we were forced to buy because of their faulty system! In all, we were requesting less than $500. Sites were very close together and no shade; no coin machine at the laundry area and laundry room very hot/humid; campfires not permitted; no picnic table. There was a wedding/party at the pool area one night while we were there swimming. They were very loud, drunk, and using very vulgar language. There was ThemeWorld staff present who did nothing about this, too! No connector was supplied to connect our sewer hose to their drain. We've never been to a campsite where one wasn't supplied. - The Camping Family
Jan 2016 - $27.00
Rate is for W/E/S, 30-amp, pull-thru.
Blacktop sites a bit uneven and very close to your neighbor. Parking for your toad or tow vehicle is at a premium as some sites are short.
However, office staff great, trying to accommodate your needs. Close to Orlando and theme parks. Shopping close by.
Owners are converting many sites to manufactured homes as vacation rentals or for sale as snowbird homes.
We would stay here again.
Good over the air TV reception. - thetravelkids
Feb 2014 - $48.00
Older park that is well maintained and clean with up to date sites. Nice people work there and its handy being close to everything. - EdNorm
Jan 2017 - $60.00
The park has several new concrete pads for RVs. The park is having some upgrades and is reasonably clean. The park needs to emphasize rules about pet owners cleaning up after pets while on walks in the park, though I realize that the pet owners have a responsibility to abide by the rules. The staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed in one of the improved sites which had a higher price than some others available. We enjoyed our 3 day stay at the park and would visit again. - Steve77
Dec 2016 - $52.00
This park is more of the "retirement village" type with only 3 or 4 transient spots. Mostly filled with tired looking permanent trailers and mobile homes. However it has recently changed hands and you can tell they are investing in the park and improving the lots as they become free. The staff and the residents are wonderful, extremely friendly and helpful. Any issues I had were resolved quickly. The newly poured concrete "pull thru" lots were perfectly level and they even provided you with a small table and chairs. The internet was provided by Tengonet (you are given coupons upon arrival, so it is at no additional cost) however it is only really meant for email and light browsing. Certainly no streaming. Neither T-mobile or Verizon worked well. I was luck to get a one bar signal and the data was worse than the free internet provided. I would return again simply because of how warm and friendly the residents and staff were. A pretty decent calendar of events too, Bingo, Craft Classes, Socials etc. - Samantha Day
Jan 2016 - $44.00
We were backed up against a fence that was covering up a dried up pond and one space away was a sewage processing area that made noise on and off all night while doing it's thing...a few days it created a nasty smell....our concrete pad was very old, covered in black spots from age, and shorter (our RV is 40ft) making the front end of the RV stick out in the grass area...we tracked in lots of sand even with rugs down. The site did have a new small picnic table on it. The overall of the campground is good though. The roads are paved, it was very pet friendly and the folks that reside there and visit there are wonderful....the office staff were also superb. There are a lot of activities going on through the week and some are posted on a sign as you enter the park. The location of the park is good and away from the road. We would go back.... - Lovingretirement16
Jul 2009 - $24.00
Park is located in a rural area: we were alone. Only one other camper that appeared to be permanent and a distance away, and about 10 fifth-wheeler snowbirds that flew north for the summer and left their rigs. The air boat ride was great. Some air boat noise, but to be expected for that type of area. We choose not to use bathrooms. There's a little too many mosquitoes: again expected. It was relaxing as we choose to take short walks and stay inside the RV. We would do this again if we wanted to just relax. Most areas to visit, including Camping World are about 30-40 minute drive. We had to change from a lake-view spot as it was way too narrow for our motorhome. Moved to site 26: just across the road, facing the lake, with 50 amp service. A much better location than our original spot 35. - allegrobob
Dec 2008 - $30.00
The cost is with AAA Auto Discount. This is a nice park with lots of wildlife. Office staff is busy at times with processing the boat rides and tend to be short with customers at times. Some of the long term people at times tend to think they need to tell us short term visitors what to do, which can be irritating. The guys driving the airboats were great. I went with my 16 year old, and he enjoyed it. Nice to be away from the city hub bub. We traveled in a motor home from the Kansas City area and were here for 5 days. We would definitely return. - sergei3234
Oct 2008 - $24.00
We stayed at this park for one week in lot number 37 which is a lake-front full-hookup lot. All spots had vertical cement fixtures which contained older electrical hookup panels and water spigots, with sewer hookups mounted in the ground nearby. About 2/3 of the spots were vacant and the remainder were filled with seasonal trailers that appeared to be in storage and rarely used. We only saw 3 other active campers during our stay so it was very private. The best part was the beautiful natural setting. Every spot had lots of mature shade trees with Spanish moss hanging from the branches. Wildlife was visible everywhere including cranes, herons, eagles, hawks, squirrels, turkeys, frogs, and many other critters. Several families of heron visited our site each day often walking right up to us and waiting around for a handout, and making a pleasant sound in the morning to wake us up gently. We loved being in a remote wilderness location but only 10 minutes away from main stores and 25 minutes away from major attractions. We would have given this park a 10 but there was a slight noise problem caused by the airboat tours which are launched daily from the small parking lot which doubles as a tiny lake marina. The boat tours are popular on the weekends so you hear the boats leaving every 30 minutes from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm, and then by appointment from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm. The boats are pretty loud but further away, so they sound about the same as a lawn tractor cutting the grass next door. The noise is still audible with the windows closed and the AC on but it wasn't too bad and we got used to it after the first day. Thankfully the boat tours were less popular during the week so we did have some quiet peaceful time as well. The laundry room is older but clean and functional with each load costing $1.00 and they keep it locked when the office is closed so you have to finish laundry by 5:30 pm each day. The restroom building looked newer and well lit but we never used it. We enjoyed this park enough that we will return again some day. The boat noise is a drawback but it still beats the noise of crowded parks and lots of kids and traffic at all hours of the night which is a problem at many other parks in this area. - WileECoyote
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Horrible staff, no amenities, haven for sexual predators. Check FDLE website. Work in the park is not to code. Management will cuss you out when you try to discuss problems with them. Staff NVR (network video recorder) available due to inconsistent office hours. Horrible and unsafe! - Jas677
Sep 2018 - $53.00
We were just there one nite but there are lots of amenities if you plan a longer stay. We had a pull through with full hook ups no cable. The one dog area was a ways away from us but there were other grassy areas near us. We would stay again if in the area. - Patricia57
Apr 2019 - $28.00
A very nice park in an urban setting. We had a full-hookup site. This particular site was difficult to get our 40' Class A into, but with the kindness of the folks across the street moving their car we got in. Most of the other sites in our loop would be easy to get into. Lots of excellent trails and, of course, the springs themselves are beautiful. Another winner for the FLorida Park system. When we arrived on a weekend afternoon it took 45 minutes to make the turn from the public road due to the crowds attempting to get in. Weekday arrivals should be OK. A road trip to nearby Mt. Dora was enjoyable. - Jeporter99
Apr 2019 - $12.00
Great park for families and hiking/biking. The campground is shaded for the most part, level sites, sufficient distance and angle between sites, and some with shrubs, for privacy. Staff is friendly and helpful. Hiking, biking and equestrian trails (3/4 mi to 13.5mi). Easy to moderate. Kayaking/canoeing/paddle boarding available. There is a small grill and patio, small store and swimming at the spring head. Also there, is a large day area with a playground, 2 pavilions and picnic area. A small interpretive center has replaced the larger one, but is still interesting. Apopka is just outside the park if you need provisions or entertainment other than mother nature. This is a pretty quiet campground. The bathhouses are very clean and up to date. - GDoug
Mar 2019 - $15.00
Beautiful campground but not for big rigs, we booked campsite 38 and even though it was long enough we could not back in due to the tree lined road. If you are under 32 ft highly recommend but anything bigger be warned. - LindaO
May 2019 - $59.00
We camped here for 2 days over Memorial Day. This was our first time to this park. It is one of the most meticulously maintained, non resort, Park we’ve stayed. They had just completed paving the roads when we arrived. Every piece of this park is well maintained. There isn’t a weed or tall grass or broken anything in sight. The pool is a nice size and the store is nicely equipped for the camping “emergency”.
The campground is bout 35 minutes from Disney. Grocery stores (Winn Dixie, Family Dollar) are just a few minutes from the campground. Navigation system will take you right to the campground. - Softball29
Apr 2019 - $59.00
A nice KOA, very friendly on the phone. The office closes at 5:30. We arrived at 6:30 and found our paperwork no problem. Easily found our way to our site which was near the entry/exit. Ok internet. I would return. - RVStudent
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Very clean and quiet campground, somewhat on the smaller side, and the roads were a little narrow. Our site was nice, level, and had a shade tree. We couldn't hear any highway noise except for the last night when it sounded like there were loud drag races going on nearby. I think that the campground is near a small airport because we would see small planes fly over frequently. They weren't noisy, just interesting. The parking pad was a fine gravel and shell mix, and our guide suggested that we position our camper stairs just next to the concrete pad so that we wouldn't track it in as much. We still had some that made it inside the camper, but I'm sure most was left outside as a result. They also gave us a welcome note and treat for our dog. You have to put your trash out by 10:00 in the morning if you want it picked up. I forgot where the dumpster was, thinking that it was by the office. The woman who ran the office came out to greet me and had me put the trash in the back of her golf cart to dispose of, which was kind. I couldn't wash my hands afterward, because the person cleaning the restrooms had closed BOTH the men's and women's restrooms for 2 hours (11:00-1:00). My husband said that most of stalls in the men's restroom are so small that you can barely turn around; I found the women's stalls to be of average size. The campground was surprisingly empty, considering how close it is to Universal Studios (that's why we chose it), so our stay was quiet. They don't include fire rings at the site-you have to rent a portable fire pit for $5 per day. We stayed for 4 nights and rented it for 3 nights. It rained 2 of the 3 nights and we could only use it once. I think that fire pits/rings should be provided as part of the site fee. We had trouble connecting to the wifi, but we didn't call the toll free number they provided for assistance since we had our own hotspot that we could use. My T-Mobile reception was good. The mosquitoes were awful, even in the rain. - Morning Star
Feb 2017 - $23.00
Sites normally used have only 50 amp service. Campers should be prepared with a 50-30 adapter. The office does not stock them. - Stemor
Dec 2011 - $20.00
The mobile home park is a 55+ community, but the RV part allows younger adults and children. They have a heated pool, a small hot tub, laundry and shuffleboard. The restrooms and laundry were clean and had ample Hot water. The spot we stayed in was very small side-to-side, approx 15' wide, but since we were only here to visit my father, it didn't bother us, although I think we upset some of the other RV owners as they use this site and the 1 next to it as a driveway. My father says that they are trying to improve the RV sites. Rate reflects passport price. Hopefully next year when we come back, they will have them done. - sandimal
Aug 2012 - $18.00
We had site #13 and have been here multiple times. Really like the woodsy feel and closeness of the camping area to the tubing area. Campground had noisy people next to us this time. People using loud voices until very early in the morning, not drunk (no alcohol allowed in park, they WILL check) just noisy. It rained at the start of our stay and there was some standing water in a few sites which breeds mosquitos here. Park was very crowded on weekend but quiet during week. Tube run is great and cold. Lots of lifeguards for safety, if you are not acting in a family friendly way you WILL be asked to leave. Park closes from 10a-3p on weekends because of crowding, so get here early or come late. Campers checking in must be IN sites before park closes for night. No late arrivals. - FL Camper
Aug 2011 - $18.00
We were in site #13.This is our 4th visit check out reviews on 8/08, 6/09, and 9/10 for full info. We love this park even though the campground is older. It is a short walk to the springs to cool off and there is peace and quiet here. No alcohol or rude behavior is tolerated. I even saw some loud mouthed kids at the springs get their entire family ejected for loud cursing. This is a very family friendly park where they don't put up with rule breakers! The newest thing they have added is the bear proof trash cans in the campground. We saw a young bear checking every trash can in the picnic area this visit. Park is patrolled often by sheriff deputies. The tubing is great and as a camper you can walk the spring trail after the park closes and see lots of wildlife come out. Our site was HUGE and next to the walkway. Lots of shade and they also sell firewood for campers now. Apopka is close by with many stores if you forget anything. Best value in Central FL in our book. - FL Camper
Sep 2010 - $18.00
We camped in site #8. Very shady with w/e, fire ring/grill combo, picnic table on a concrete slab. Sites are long enough for the longest RV's. We did have a problem with the power going out, but it was rectified quickly with the ranger. This our 3rd time camping here and we still really like this campground. It is quiet, but close to the river where the tubing is. Park is not crowded during the week but does get full on weekends. We saw deer on a hike, turkeys, raccoons, and a bear was sighted in the campground. - FL Camper