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17 RV Parks near Williamsburg, Iowa
We did however find 17 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.
Jul 2018 - $16.00
Sites are kind laid out weird. Nice lake but quite a distance from campground with limited views. Would have a nice beach if it wasn't covered in goose droppings. Park is in a rural setting a few miles south of I-80. Town is actually called Ladora but not near it. - Bjb1775
May 2018 - $35.00
Nice quiet area, however RV grounds needed grooming. A lawn service did go thru and cut grass that was about a foot high, and left the dead stuff laying. Did not move picnic tables, cut around fire rings, trees, etc. Trash barrels located thru out the park, were over flowing for the three days we were there; flies were buzzing around them. No wifi unless you stood directly behind the office building, but there were so many biting insects that it was impossible to stay long enough to download a book. No cell phone coverage, no 4G or hot spot coverage. Our campsite, along with the one next door, was overrun with small red ants, which found their way into our trailers. They were swarming everywhere. We wondered why, with the opening weekend of Memorial Day, that it was not better groomed. Insects may have been taken care of with emptying of garbage and proper lawn care. Campground has great potential to be a showcase. Owners should hire additional help or get a campground host. - PJC-S
Apr 2018 - $31.00
This was our last stop before heading home from a winter trip down south. We had stayed here before but it now has a new owner who is operating it a little differently from our last experience. We had planned to thoroughly clean the holding tanks and drain the water lines in prep for final winterizing once we got home. Campground was advertised as open but water had not been turned on at the site due to pending cold weather. The restroom / shower facility was also still closed for the winter. We were able to get water to flush the tanks from a frost proof supply about 150' away. The owner also provided a motel room for us to take a shower and clean up which we greatly appreciated. The park was clean. Our site was level and plenty long for the rig and truck. Site width was decent at 40+'. 50A power was stable and the dump port convenient. Our hotspot and cell signals were very weak. There is wi-fi available but we didn't use it. OTA TV channel reception was good from Cedar Rapids. A train rolled thru around 4am on nearby tracks blowing his whistle down the line which got our attention, otherwise it was reasonably quiet. Overall, the campground is pleasant with plenty of trees and we would stop again. Just call first to check on services available if you are stopping in the shoulder seasons. - Born2Roam
Jun 2017 - $26.00
This park has been under new ownership since April. The new owner is nice enough, but a little clueless about RVs. He'll learn. All sites are spacious with crushed stone drives and grassy patios. While we were here new crushed stone was brought in. Good water pressure and electric. Park Wifi is weak. Solid Verizon signal for both cell phones and 4G LTE data. Easy to get to off of I-80. There is some traffic noise here, but it quiets down after 11 PM. Train tracks are 1/4 mile to the north and there seems to be two trains that come by every evening. - freckles1219
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This campground was a pleasant surprise. We were headed back to Michigan from out west. We had spend the last day or so driving and the kids could use a break. We used one of the mobile apps to find a campground off the highway an hour or so ahead of us. This one had a pool for the kids and ratings seemed ok. This was a first time experience as we usually hit up a Walmart while on the road. It was a Friday afternoon so we were surprised when they could get us right in. The girl on the phone was nice and took our information to reserve the site. Check in was very easy. We were pleasantly surprised that the club house was a real convenience store with beer/wine and an ice cream shop. Kids got ice cream, mom and dad had some cold beer. Lots of kids and families, many are nicely kept seasonal sites. Pool was nice and the kids got a few hours of swimming in before nightfall. Roads were easy to navigate with our 35' + Toad. however, it was a bit hilly and could get a little tight with a bigger rig. We had a pull through site and did not need to disconnect. This made it nice and easy to hit the road in the morning. Great place to stop over if you need a break. - TeamErnzer
Jul 2018 - $34.00
Large campground, mainly on hillside. Restrooms clean and well-stocked, somewhat dated. Many seasonal and permanent sites. Many places for children to play including man-made beach and playground. Pool that is well-cared-for. Roads are coarse gravel with some tight turns. Had little contact with staff. Amana Colonies nearby and the shade at most sites beats the 'camping in a field' feeling people have expressed regarding the Amana Colonies campground. All shopping is some distance from the campground. State park nearby with Devonian Fossil Gorge. Would return. - grandma0942
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Staff good. Kid friendly . Big shade trees. Older park so spaces are close and tight for bigger rigs. Easy access from I 80. A lot of highway noise. Large lagoon near spaces so it can smell. A lot of long term residents. - 69 scotty
May 2013 - $20.00
This is a municipal park and campground that encourages parking in designated sites and throughout the grassy area that makes up the park. There are electrical pedestals scattered around the park. The ones that we looked at were 20 amp only. The park is shaded by mature oak trees, and there are two large group shelters, one with a stage for special events. There are several water hydrants around the park but no dump station. The park appears to be managed through some sort of joint arrangement with the nearby Amana Colonies RV Park & Event Center. There is self registration and no attendant or host on site, at least not while we were there. Sites are first-come, first-served. There are a number of special events throughout the year that reserve the entire park. Something to consider if you want a lower density campground with fewer amenities. During our stay the weather was unusually rainy and several vehicles were stuck in the ensuing mud. - Jammer
Apr 2019 - $37.00
This is a well kept campground that hosts many different event through the year. We stayed on one of the few weekends without an event, so it was sparsely populated. All services were in excellent condition. The full service sites only have 20 and 50 amp outlets. An adapter for 30 amp is provided at check-in. Our main reason for staying here is that it is open in April and was fairly close to Cedar Rapids. Instead of following the GPS to get of I-80 at Tiffin and following US-6 to US-151 north. I would get on the I-380 to exit 10 (Swisher) and head west to US-151, the US-151 south to the campground. Much straigher, less hilly, and the hamlet of Swisher is unlikely to suffer from traffic congestion. - BounderPounder
Oct 2018 - $31.00
This park is well taken care of. With all the room they have the roads could have been made much wider. As it is you kill a lot of grass when it is wet turning into your site. It is nice and quite with perfect access to the colonies. Verizon and At&t signals were good and we were able to use their Wifi. - Ghettomedic
Sep 2018 - $30.00
This camp is centrally located for touring the Amana Towns. A huge camp with few trees, big rains could mean some soft areas around parking pads. - G&S Smith
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Electricity but no water at the site. Our site was level. Internet was slower but the signal was strong. We received quite a few TV channels. Cell phone service was good. The place was almost empty so that the skies were dark at night. The hiking trails were pretty good with lots and lots of wildflowers everywhere. - J and C
May 2018 - $20.00
Beautiful park. Worked for an overnight stop, but we would have stayed a few days if our trip had allowed. 5 miles off I-80, a mile of park before you reach the campground. Lots of hills for our 38 footer. Sunday night, school in session - lots of sites to choose from. Half the sites are closed for to electrical work. Pull thru and back in sites. Ours was fairly level, some sites are more level than others. Electric at every site, water spigots around park and a dump station. Shower house at entrance, a few pit toilets else where. Walking trails were so inviting. A bit of civilized noise (trains, humans) but mostly bird song. And lots of stars. We are planning a longer stay soon. Might want to drive the loops before you pick a site. - Ramblin Rozee
May 2017 - $20.00
We stayed here for 4 nights while visiting family in the area. The North Loop was closed but the park was not crowded. There are pull-through sites as well as back-in sites. We chose a pull-through near the showers. We did need to use Lynx Levelers under the rear tires in order to get level but that was no big deal. The park is convenient to Coralville and Iowa City. The host was very friendly and welcoming. It is a beautiful park with lots of recreation areas - we viewed the prairie area and it was beautiful, even though it was early Spring. They are restoring the lake and that area was interesting to see. You do hear some highway and train noise but that didn't bother us at all. We would definitely stay here again. - Ravengirl
Jul 2018 - $20.00
We enjoyed the campgrounds. A lot to do for the kids (and adults) including, basketball, tennis, volleyball, baseball and the city pool is right there! Shower house is clean. We also became aquainted with the local chicken, which we named Fred. Amish buggies are common. We got some "Squeaky Cheese" at the cheese factory which was fun. Would return to this campground. It is clean and well kept. Some campsites in the center were kind of close but others on the outer ring were quite spacious with lots of elbow room. - Pilot1769
May 2018 - $20.00
This is a very clean park. Kalona has a great thing going for them. The city had a ball tournament Memorial weekend. We stayed there after it was finished and got a nice site. - 1dinky
May 2017 - $20.00
We visited folks in the area. The sites are end-to-end sites with a back-in requirement if not the first to that lane. Very close to the other sites. Electric 30 amp service was good. A single dump station for the area, which is hard to find. It is located at the corner of the check-in podium. You check-in by filling out a form and putting money in a pole with a slot. Internet is available for a fee through the area provider. No cable. About a dozen air channels available. Good for kids, as it is right in a park. Playground near by. Casey's nearby with the best pizza from any gas station. Very narrow aisles and it will block your ground satellite dishes. Price is right for passing through town. Would stay again. - Redtime21
Sep 2016 - $14.00
We stayed here in a tent on Labor day weekend. Park itself is just okay. They have a lot of level sites, but everything is grass. Our campsite was rutted from an RV that either got stuck in the mud, or just sank in. They only have electricity to each camp site, no dumps. The dump site looked like it would be a challenge to get into, if it was at all muddy.
There are a number of campfire rings around, but not one for each campsite. I saw a few picnic table spread around, but again, not one for each camp site.
The worst part of this camp ground is the bathrooms. They do have high iron in the water, but that is no excuse. It has been a long time since I stayed in a park with such terrible bathrooms. They were filthy dirty, and didn't look like they had any attention for quite some time. The bathrooms appeared to not have had any maintenance for a long time, and certainly no upgrades.
I also didn't see any staff around. That being said, I didn't spend much time at the park, so they could have been in later on.
We will not be staying here next year, if there are any other options available. - John316
Aug 2016 - $18.00
Let me start out by saying this park does have WiFi, however you have to pay to use. There are 4 sites per electric pole but only room for 2 rigs. Parking is on grass, but fairly level. Dump station a different set-up, it's a pull in and back out. It's not user friendly. Stayed there with a club, as a single unit I would not return. - rving4fun
Apr 2014 - $33.00
ALERT: This campground will be closing permanently on June 1, 2014.
We wish every park had their 4 individual restroom/shower combination. Nice, clean, large, good pressure, etc. Small, quiet, lovely park with great friendly staff. Between Cedar Rapids & Iowa City & lots to do. Hookups were good, roads & grass with trees. We would return. - 1yearusa
Aug 2013 - $32.00
If you want a campground that is excellent this is it. It's not a resort with all the noise just a clean, friendly, quiet campground. - DUKE459
Jul 2013 - $35.00
We stayed overnight in this campground when returning from vacation. I requested and was provided a long pull-through so that I did not have to unhook my camper. Campground was clean and well cared for and the office staff was friendly, making this a good campground for an overnight stay. The campground does have one strange feature : The entry road to the larger sites is before the office making it necessary to back up to make the turn into the road. While it is a straight back-up with longer units your camper will end up backing onto the main road so it is important to watch for traffic (fortunately it is a rural road with little traffic). - Greg and Kim
Aug 2015 - $35.00
The campground is part of a popular marina on the shores of Coralville Lake, and the setting is lovely. We were there on a busy summer weekend when all sites were taken, so that we had neighbors close on either side of our site. While other aspects of the campground were fine, the restrooms were not; they were dirty and did not appear to be cleaned during the entirety of our stay. The showers were especially bad. The on-site restaurant has live music on weekends, and the noise on a Saturday night was intrusive. In addition, trash had to be hauled quite a distance from the site and there were no recycling bins. - kvdvirginia
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Park has great deal of seasonal residents, not leaving many sites for visitors. Staff that checked us in did not know which sites were 30 or 50 amp, didn't clarify that we wanted sewer with 50 amp (we were staying couple days), sent us to 3 different sites (2nd site we had already leveled on blocks before we realized it was 30 amp). Ended up that we took site without sewer, which was gravel, fairly level (previous site was not) and spacious, plenty of room for motorhome and towed and 4 slides. Site had beautiful shade trees which were very helpful for comfort, but blocked our DirecTv signal. Verizon service very good. This park really caters to locals who come in for weekend with their own watercraft, nothing is available for rental. The neighbor says they have entertainment on the weekend. I don't think you'd get in on weekend without reservation but Mon-Wed ok. Park was quite a ways from interstate which made the setting serene. - CupcakeRIA
Sep 2014 - $31.00
This is a beautiful shady campground on Coralville Lake. There is a busy marina and a popular bar/restaurant on site. The campground has a playground, sand volleyball courts, and horseshoe courts. The sites that are on the lake have full hookups, but those sites are reserved for seasonal campers. We were on site W 13 which was water/electric and had a nice view of the lake. All sites are long and shaded. The bathhouse was clean and modern. However, there is only one, and it is not in the overnight camper section. Lots of campers have their own golf carts. We enjoyed drinks and lunch at Bobbers, the bar and restaurant on site. The seasonal campers were very friendly and welcoming. We will definitely return. - shayerk