Water, Water Everywhere:
Kingsmill Resort Puts the “‘Oh’-Yea!” in H2O
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – June, 23, 2015– The first thing vacationers notice about
Kingsmill Resort is that it cozies up to the tranquility of the historic James River (and is
the only place to stay in Williamsburg that borders the James). But then they discover
that there is water, water everywhere (and plenty to drink – whatever that may be) at Kingsmill. From the fun-for-everyone “new” lazy river, outdoor zero-entry pool, a quieter outdoor pool located at the sports club and an expansive indoor pool (where the water is always a non-flinching 85 degrees) to fishing, kayaking, Jet Skiing and paddleboarding, Kingsmill Resort is a water enthusiast’s paradise.
In fact, you can even arrive in style on your yacht, sloop or dinghy and tie up to one of
the 15 full-service slips on the James River. Located 35 miles upriver from the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and off channel marker No. 40 on the James River, Kingsmill is a scenic cruise accessible via the Intracoastal Waterway and Chesapeake Bay.
If you still need a bigger dose of H2O, visitors can always jump on the free shuttle from Kingsmill to Water Country USA. As the mid-Atlantic’s largest water park with more than 30 water rides and attractions, Water Country USA offers 43 acres of pools, children’s play areas, lazy rivers and water rides. Have a blast at “Rock ‘n’ Roll Island,” featuring nearly 600 feet of body slides, a 700-foot lazy river and a 9,000-square-foot pool.
So as the hot, lazy days of summer settle in, it’s good to know that those in the know about H2O think Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg,Va. Kingsmill has opened the taps to
various special summer programs. For information, dive into www.kingsmill.com or call
Kingsmill Resort is an AAA Four Diamond condo resort and member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. Located on the James River off I-64 between Richmond and Norfolk the property is within minutes from Williamsburg’s numerous destinations including Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, The College of William & Mary, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center.