Shuttle Services
Owned and operated by the Williamsburg Area Transit Authority, 
"While vacationing in Williamsburg, leave the driving to us!"- www.gowata.org

Anvil Campground is the only campground in 
Williamsburg, Virginia with shuttle services from our property!  
WATA Bus Brochure
Williamsburg Trolley Brochure
The shuttle bus comes by up to twice an hour Monday though Friday and once an hour on Saturday and Sunday!
All-Day Pass: $3.00 - Seniors: $1.50 - Children:  Free
7-Day goWATA Pass:  $10.00 (Senior:  $5.00)
Basic Shuttle Bus Information:
(please look below for more detailed information!)

Anvil Campground is located on the "Tan Line"

Shuttle Bus Operating Time:
  • Monday to Saturday:  6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday:  8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Holiday Closures:
  • New Year's Day (January 1) 
  • Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November) 
  • Christmas Day (December 25)
Fares:
  • All-Day Pass: $2.00
  • 7-Day goWATA Pass:  $10.00
  • Senior (60 years and over):  $1.00 per day
  • Persons with disabilities (with Medicare card): $0.50
  • Children 12 and under, accompanied by a paying adult: FREE
  • Exact fare only, operators do not carry change or currency. 
  Transportation for the Disabled:
  • WATA provides door-to-door paratransit service for people who are unable to use the fixed route buses and/or deviated route buses due to a disability as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. ADA complementary paratransit service is transit service offered to people within ¾-mile of the fixed routes and during the same days and hours of operation.
  • Once eligibility is determined, customers can schedule trips by calling WATA at (757) 220-5493. All originating trips must be scheduled by the close of business the day before the requested trip.
  • The Paratransit fee is $2.00 one-way and $4.00 round trip.  
Regulations:
  • Please remain seated until the bus stops 
  • Notify the driver in advance by pressing the touch tape when you want to depart the bus 
  • When you depart, please do not walk in front of the bus. Wait until the bus leaves so you can look both ways and safely cross the street 
  • No radios except with earphones 
  • No food or drink in open containers is allowed on buses 
  • No littering or smoking is allowed on buses 
Additional Information for:
  • Cyclists: All buses are equipped with bike racks to assist in your journey.
  • Spanish-speaking Passengers: Contact the Network for Latino People at 757-566-2833 (or visit www.nflp.cdr.org) for information and assistance.
  • If you have questions about which route you should use or at what time you can catch the bus, call (757) 220-5493 or visit www.gowata.org
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