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Ed Allen’s Campground and Cottages is a family-owned campground located along the beautiful shores of Chickahominy Lake. Come to a tranquil, 85 acre shaded retreat featuring some of Virginia’s finest camping, fishing, recreation, and diverse wildlife.

Try your luck on our two fully stocked ponds located in the campground, or one of Virginia’s greatest fishing retreats, the Chickahominy Lake. We offer large shaded overnight, weekly, monthly and seasonal sites.

Great Location on Chickahominy Lake

Ed Allen's Campground, Virginia location

Ed Allen’s scenic and serene setting is midway between Richmond and Williamsburg, in New Kent County, Virginia, making it conveniently accessible to many popular area attractions:

  • Colonial Williamsburg
  • Busch Gardens
  • Water Country USA
  • Jamestown Settlement
  • Wineries
  • Colonial Downs Racetrack
  • And many more!

Relax and Stay a While

Peaceful evenings around the fire, fishing, boating, canoeing, or kayaking will make for enduring memories. Contact us today to find out more and make a reservation to stay at one of our cottages or campsites.

Whether you come by RV, bring a camper, pitch a tent, or stay in one of our cottages, we’re sure you’ll find us accommodating. We look forward to your visit!

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George Allen

George Allen

Please forgive any delays you may experience while making reservations with Ed Allen’s Campground and Cottages.As you may be aware, George Allen, owner of Ed Allen’s Boats and Bait passed away Sunday evening, May 4. Family and friends are keeping the Bait Shop and Restaurant open and appreciate your support during this difficult time.

Please consider visiting this George Allen’s Family Fund page to help offset George’s wife Kary’s unforeseen costs with the sudden loss of her beloved husband and father of their four children.
You may go here for details on George’s memorial, and to share memories and pay tribute to the wonderful person we’re all missing so dearly.

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