Anvil Campground

Address: 5243 Mooretown Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23188, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 5243 Mooretown Road, Williamsburg, is near James Geddy House & Silversmith Shop, Yankee Candle Company, Patriot Plaza Premium Outlets, and Haunted Dinner Theater.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAnvil Campground Williamsburg

      Reviewed by azcook

      Great stop.

      Reviewed Oct 19, 2014
      by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Great place. Tidy and up to date facilities. Location is good. Only problem is when the train travels through. Pretty close.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Anvil Campground Williamsburg

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

      A Few Slow Days and Some Old Places

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 19, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      October 19

      This morning was our last night in a real bed. Surprisingly both of us were not as comfortable as we thought we would be. We must be getting use to our little bed. We got up and went for breakfast and then had one very important task to get done this morning. Sheree has been looking like a skunk the last little while and a hair …

      Necessary roughness

      A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 05, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... Washington's arrival and a rousing speech imploring Williamsburg's residents to join the revolutionary militia. The girls were thrilled to see the cannons firing, emitting a sulfurous odor which reminded us of Rotorua (see Big Trip v.1). Touring the governor's palace and capitol building, we gained an appreciation for the tensions that led to Lord Dunmore's fleeing the colony with his family, and the growing movement to break away from the Crown. ...

      Heading West

      A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 25, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... t realized it was the last battle. We visited the beautiful, and tiny, town of Yorktown and all the battlefield sites as well. And we have enjoyed the beautiful campus of William and Mary, the second oldest university in our country and the university of both Washington and Jefferson. Tomorrow morning we will be driving to Dunlap, Tn to visit my sister-in-law who just moved and built a house there. It is a 10 hour drive so we will try and leave very early. On ...

      Colonial Williamsburg

      A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 48 photos

      ... quarters, Mulberry Row, to reflect the "enslaved servants" who worked for one of our most esteemed founding fathers. Very interesting! Tomorrow it is back to Williamsburg. PS Thank you to all who have mentioned the Giants. We have been keeping up and haven't seen all the games but have caught many. My last two blogs have been done watching the World Series. Last night was great, but now they are 5 behind, 7th inning and it's almost 11:00. Games get late here on the east coast. Go ...

      Colonial Williamsburg, VA

      A travel blog entry by gthznathan on Mar 22, 2014

      189 photos

      ... to the Governor and placed on display as a warning to all other pirates thinking of terrorising the waters and shores off the Virginian Coast. His crew however were publicly hung. Here at the goal house, the jailer and his family lived, through the back door of the cottage we entered the exercise grounds where the prisoners would have walked in a small circle and through to the four group cells. The girls were scared at first but were the last to leave so they could be photographed ...