MENU

Please wait while we process your request.

7 Ways to Cozy Up This Fall in Williamsburg

We love the fall time in the Greater Williamsburg. The quaint town is filled with crisp autumn air, beautiful foliage begins filling the streets, and there’s always an abundance of seasonal activities to partake in. Here at King’s Creek, we take pride in being your home away from home, and we have some amazing ideas for how to cozy up and enjoy this wonderful time of year! 

[…]

Read More… from 7 Ways to Cozy Up This Fall in Williamsburg

Your Complete Williamsburg Travel Guide

As we get back into our work/school routines, life can start to feel a little crazier. Balancing your family, jobs and hobbies makes it hard enough to plan what you’re having for dinner, let alone plan a vacation. 

We believe vacation time is important! Work-life balance is essential to a healthy work environment and to help reduce stress and prevent future burnout. With more hectic schedules, we want to take some of the weight off your shoulders for arranging travel plans!

[…]

Read More… from Your Complete Williamsburg Travel Guide

The Best Places to Cool off in Williamsburg this Summer

In honor of the hot Williamsburg summer days, we’re digging into our archives with this helpful post on how to cool down and enjoy the sun!

From kid-friendly park rides to sightseeing cruises and fresh-air shoreline swims, your options are many—and the memories are just waiting to be made! 

[…]

Read More… from The Best Places to Cool off in Williamsburg this Summer

Celebrating the Fourth of July at King’s Creek

To make this Independence Day sizzle, King’s Creek has compiled a cheat sheet of the best places to see fireworks in action around Williamsburg on Thursday, July 4.

[…]

Read More… from Celebrating the Fourth of July at King’s Creek

Your Summer Soundtrack: The Best Music in the ‘Burg

Every summer needs a soundtrack, and the Historic Triangle is happy to deliver! 

Every week from now through the end of the summer (and even into the fall!), you can celebrate music just about anywhere. From the beguiling vocals of Norah Jones to the stringed notes of Bluegrass tunes and the chirps and drum beats of the colonial period, all tastes in music are accounted for.

[…]

Read More… from Your Summer Soundtrack: The Best Music in the ‘Burg

How to Have an Unforgettable Father’s Day in Williamsburg

Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 16, so we wanted to share some suggestions for treating the guy who teaches you all those important life lessons, from how to hold your breath underwater to how to be brave on your first roller coaster ride.

[…]

Read More… from How to Have an Unforgettable Father’s Day in Williamsburg

Five Fun Things For Kids (and Grown-Up Kids) to Do at King’s Creek

Ah, summer in Williamsburg, Virginia. The air is hot, the water is cool, and the kids are ready to have some fun. Besides all the wonderful things to see and do in Colonial Williamsburg and Historic Jamestown and Yorktown, King’s Creek Resort is another perfect place for your kiddos to have the best summer of their lives.

[…]

Read More… from Five Fun Things For Kids (and Grown-Up Kids) to Do at King’s Creek

A Memorial Day Weekend Your Family Can’t Miss

Memorial Day weekend will be here before you know it, marking the official start of summer!

And Williamsburg is ready to celebrate. Between historic festivities, outdoor activities and delicious food and drink events, there are plenty of exciting ways for you and your family to create memories together this month.

[…]

Read More… from A Memorial Day Weekend Your Family Can’t Miss

How to Spoil Mom for Mother’s Day

No one has cleaned up more messes, dried more tears or lost more hours of sleep than moms. The least we can do is show our mothers how much we appreciate them this Sunday, May 12!

Here are five reasons why the Historic Triangle is the perfect place to spoil Mom.

[…]

Read More… from How to Spoil Mom for Mother’s Day

Celebrate Jamestown Day

Every venture to Jamestown, Virginia, is sure to be rich with historic and cultural encounters. Visiting here means you have the opportunity to relive the experiences of America’s first permanent English colony. Jamestown Settlement tells the story of Virginia in the 17th century as the English colonists arrived and planted the seeds that grew into a new nation. 

[…]

Read More… from Celebrate Jamestown Day