A Roundup of the Best of 2017

As the holiday season comes to a close, we wanted to wish our King’s Creek Planation owners and guests the very best and thank you for making memories with us in 2017. You are invaluable to us, and we want to create memorable experiences that bring families together and last a lifetime.

If you read our blog, we thank you for that, too! We work hard all year to curate posts that interest you and help you and your loved ones make the most of our wonderful city and the surrounding area. In case you missed it, here are some of our favorite posts from 2017.

Holiday posts, like celebrating New Year’s EveEaster fun at King’s Creek Plantation; St. Paddy’s DayMemorial Day WeekendFather’s Day; the Fourth of July; plus, why you don’t have to wait till October to get spooked; the three best holiday events in Williamsburghow to have a fun Halloween (and how to have a SAFE Halloween); a twinkly Christmas at Busch Gardens; and how to find your inner kid during the holiday season.

Seasonal posts, like where to find the best hot chocolate in Williamsburg, how to plan a summer vacation in spring; ways to say goodbye to winter and embrace warmer weather; a summer itineraryenjoying a summer weekend to the fullest; the best festivals in October; and the best places to go during Williamsburg’s Restaurant Week!

Posts about fun things to do on the weekends, even chilly January weekends! Plus: how to plan a multi-family vacationhow kids change vacationsactivities for kids of any age; how to have a fabulous date nightthree cool things; a kid-free day in Williamsburg; and a ride on the Williamsburg Tasting Trail.

Posts for outdoorsy typeswhere to swim, fish and sail; our favorite golf coursesJuly hikes; how to beat the August heatfun fall events; and where to go pumpkin picking.

Cultural and historic posts covered all the amazing things to do in Colonial Williamsburg, plus Jamestown and Yorktown. Also, a celebration of Black History Month; exhibits at museums like the Virginia Air & Space CenterWilliamsburg and the arts; the ‘Burg’s music scene; how Thanksgiving was celebrated in early America; and a colonial Christmas.

Thank you for reading! Here’s to an equally fun, friend and family-filled 2018!