This is a nice park app. 8 miles east of Surry Virginia and across the river from Jamestowne which can be accessed by a free ferry that runs 24/7. The drive from the campground to the ferry is app. 12 minutes with a 20 minute ferry ride and then app. 12 minutes to Colonial Williamsburg. They have n Olypic size swimming pool, a riverside beach area, a historical area consisting of the original plantation structures some of which you can tour for free. Near by are other historical sites such as Bacon's Castle and Smith's Fort which can be toured for a combined $12 admission and of course acrosss the river is Jamestowne, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktowne. The campground host (Mr. Lee; July, 2013) is friendly and a former pop-up owner all though he now has a TT. The campground is divided up into two loops. Loop A is the oldest and built before RV's became popular so the sites are small and unlevel. Each site has water and electricity. The shower/Restroom building is two small as there are only 4 showers, two of which are handicap accessible for 30 sites. In addition the vent fans in the showers were not working and the water pressure is poor. As this loop is older there is a good amount of shade to be found but care must be taken if your rig is over 25' open in length. The best sites were sites 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 31 and 32. Sites 8, 10 and 22 were ok. The sites as noted earlier are unlevel and gravel driveways with very nice level tent pads. Loop B is much newer with asphalt drives. The trees in this section consist of mainly pines so not as much shade as in loop A but still a good amount at most sites. This section has 18 sites all with water/electricticty. There were 6 pull thrus and unlike at most campgrounds these pullthrus have privacy and are spacious and just might be the best sites in the whole campground. Hard to say that there are any bad sites here but sites 1,2 for folks that like privacy might not be the best and site 11 and 12 are less shady. For those folks wanting a campground close to Colonial Willimaburg I would recommend this campground. Should I return, I will most likely stay in Loop B this time but won't be disappointed if I can get the right site in Loop A. It should be noted that you can not reserve a site only which loop you want to be in it. Upon arrival you go to the visitor center where the friendly and helpful people give you a packet including a car pass, site placard, pool tickets(if not get them from the host), several brochures and a Virginia State map. You then go to the campground and set up on a vacant site.