We enjoyed our stay at Harbor View Thousand Trails in Colonial Beach, VA. This is a smaller Thousand Trails with only 144 or so sites. The campground is mostly level with decent spacing between the sites. However, campsites in much of the campground are “back to back.” There is room between sites, but the neighbor to the back will practically be bumper to bumper. I will mention that there are a few pull through sites and also some tent sites.
This is one of the Thousand Trails campgrounds that have started assigning spots based on rig size. We were led to our site by an employee on a golf cart. The site was, indeed, suitable for us. During the week there were a few vacant sites, but things pretty much filled up on the weekends.
The campground features a large pool, a basketball court with a new playing surface, and a mini-golf course which was being redone during our stay. From what I could tell the campsites are all 50 amp/FHU sites.
The place has lots of tree cover providing welcome shade on hot, humid afternoons. It also makes it practically impossible to get a satellite signal. It looked to me like the seasonals have chosen a few spots that offer a “hole in the sky” for satellite. I used all my satellite finding skill to spot one of the Dish Network satellites. We didn’t get most of the channels we usually get but we got the baseball games we enjoy and that worked out for us.
The nearest Walmart is nearly 30 minutes away but Colonial Beach has a couple of grocery stores and plenty of eating places. There are lots of historic attractions in the area and we enjoyed visiting several of them.
Harbor View doesn’t really offer a view of any harbor. There’s a marina adjacent to the property on Mattox Creek but it isn’t associated with the campground. No campsite has a view of even the creek although a few are close to a small fishing pond located in the campground. My Verizon signal was quite good giving us solid data service.
All in all, Harbor View is a nice place and worth adding to your Thousand Trails camping plans.
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