States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
April, 2018 -
I stayed at this park on a pretty busy weekend, but it was very peaceful and quiet. The park is right on the beach. The hurricanes wiped out the sites right by the water and won't replace them, but many sites have a clear view of the ocean. The only negative thing about this park is that the stuff that is no longer functional don't have any signs to tell you what's up. For instance there is a sewage dump station I was within 2 minutes of using that is no longer hooked up to the sewage system. Luckily, another camper told me. I asked about it at registration and the guy said, "I keep telling my boss they need to mark it because people keep using it." My daughter went into a bathroom full of raw sewage that was supposed to be locked up because it was out of order. The bathrooms that have been repaired are very clean and nice. I think they'll eventually get rid of the post-hurricane buildings and sewer stuff. Before that signs should be put up. I will definitely camp at this park again. It would be great for beach loving little kids and families. My site was 127 and it had a view of the ocean and was in a nice little private nook. The back of the site was completely private and there are no sites behind it. I was able to park parallel to the street blocking the view of passer-by people. You can drive golf carts around the park and they even have special golf cart parking beach side. We camped at Hunting Island State Park in a Motorhome.
Park your vehicle, load up your beach cart, take a very short walk to the beach and never have to drive anywhere until you're ready to go home.