Jellystone Park at Gloucester Point in Hayes, Virginia is located on the beautiful Severn River, a tributary to Chesapeake Bay and also a popular destination for kayaking and boating enthusiasts. From the campground's docks, you can get right out into the open water. And only 20 miles away is Colonial Williamsburg, where you'll step back in time and experience American life in the 18th century.
From the North:
From Rt 17S through Gloucester, Left onto Brays Point Rd (Rt 636) for .6 mile, continue on Glass Rd (Rt 656) 1.3 miles. Right on Low Ground Rd (Rt641) .8 mile. Left onto Zack Rd (Rt 655) .3 mile. Left onto Campground Rd.
From the South:
From Rt 17N across York River (toll bridge). Right on Guinea Rd (Rt 216) 0.9 mile. Left on Low Ground Rd (Rt 641) 1.6 mile. Second right onto Zack Rd (Rt 655) 0.3 mile. Left onto Campground Rd.
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Great spot for fishing/crabbing
The kids had a great time fishing and crabbing, the newer pool was nice however the obviously older pool needed cleaning the whole time we were there and needed work. The staff was NOT the friendlest either. Bathrooms were acceptable. We had a tent site near a pond which got buggy at night but tent sites were nice though just not many trees and out in the open. Overall good trip, liked the fact that it was gated and felt safe.