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!  
Ride Guide * Fares  * Trip Planner
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