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Kingsmill Resort
By John Torsiello | Published  10/15/2014 | Southeast | Unrated
Kingsmill Resort
One of the most stunning, all-inclusive sporting and lifestyle destinations on the East Coast is the Kingsmill Resort on the banks of the historic James River near Williamsburg, Va.

Kingsmill has it all; two spectacular public golf courses, four amazing dining options, a wealth of other sporting activities, superior lodging, and sumptuous views of this most special area of Virginia. Kingsmill is located off I‐64 between Richmond and Norfolk and within minutes from Williamsburg’s numerous destinations, including Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, The College of William & Mary, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center.

 The resort’s River Course plays host to the annual LPGA Kingsmill Championship and for over 20 years hosted a PGA Tour event. It is a truly magnificent layout, designed by Pete Dye. It contains one of the top par-threes in the nation, the majestic 174-yard 17th located above the banks of the James River. The resort’s Plantation Course was designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay and built on the former Richard Kingsmill plantation.

The resort offers many packages. For more information, visit