Williamsburg Golf Guide – Williamsburg Golf Trips

Williamsburg Golf Guide

Williamsburg The phrase “something for everyone” is overused in travel brochures, but if visitors to Williamsburg, Virginia can’t entertain themselves while in this historically rich, culturally fertile and attraction-laden region, then they may as well stay home and turn on “American Idol.” Colonial Williamsburg, the reconstructed 18th century colonial village inhabited by costumed actors, receives plenty of publicity, but as intriguing as this historic attraction is, the area features numerous other destinations well worth checking out.

For example, Busch Gardens, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, Water Country USA, York River State Park, the Jamestown Settlement and Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf deliver plenty of family entertainment, and the Kimball Theatre and the Williamsburg Winery serve up adult fare. The Abbey Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum and the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum should appeal to those travelers with artistic leanings. And visitors craving unusual adventures should be certain to visit the Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course.

When it’s time to slip into the soft spikes, golfers will likely be surprised at how many excellent courses exist within the Williamsburg region. Many of golf’s biggest-name designers have laid out tracks nearby, and whether golfers choose to tee it up at the semi-private Kiskiack Golf Club or the public Colonial Golf Course, they will likely look back at their visit to Williamsburg fondly.


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