Our most recent stop was at the Colonial KOA in Williamsburg. The campground is perfectly located in Virginia’s Historic Triangle, minutes away from Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown.
We spent our first day at Colonial Williamsburg. They had a spy program going on while we were there called RevQuest, which the kids enjoyed. Other than that there wasn’t a whole lot going on here.
Colonial Williamsburg is a beautiful place to walk around and it is fun to see everyone dressed in period costume and playing their various roles. But, I can see why the place is filled with mostly senior citizens. I can’t really recommend this spot for anyone with older kids. It was the first time the kids voiced that we had wasted our money. Possibly, but it was still a beautiful day out and fun to have a relaxing day wandering around.
The most fun the kids had all day was playing this colonial game of trap ball in the street!
The rest of our time in Williamsburg we spent back at the 180-acre quiet, wooded campground for the real fun. The grounds were all decked out with Halloween decorations, making you realize that the holiday is just around the corner!
This was the first campground that we’ve come across so far with two jumping pillows! Our kids were the only ones here during the weekdays, so they had this pillow all to themselves and had a ball making up new games on it!
Candy bingo was a big hit for our family as we were the only ones to show up for the fun, which meant the candy was all going home with a Carney no matter what! Afterwards, the kids bobbed for apples for the first time in their lives which brought lots of laughs and was a perfect ending to a fabulous fall day.
The evenings have been gorgeous out east and the kids love turning on their bike lights and riding around the campground. Aren’t they so fun?
Thanks for a great time Williamsburg KOA! We enjoyed all of you and your beautiful campground!