Date of Stay:
July, 2008 -
Owners are borderline insane. The way they run this campground is not the way to run a business. We were asked to leave the following morning without refund because in the owners' opinion we were not quiet enough for them after quiet hours of 10 p.m. Our neighbors (all except one) told us that they didn't hear a thing from our campsite after quiet hours. This lifeless campground completely shuts down around 9 p.m. We had headlights shown into our tent in the middle of the night to make sure we were sleeping (a complete invasion of privacy and really creepy). After the owners asked us to leave the next AM, the weird owner sat and watched us pack up and he and his wife couldn't resist giving us a lecture about how this was a "family campground." I couldn't even imagine children running around here without their parents getting reprimanded! As we were leaving and tried to give our leftover firewood that we had purchased but couldn't fit in the car to our neighbors at the next site, the campground employee tried to steal it from us to resell at the store. Amenities are few and far between. Sites are rocky, small and too close to neighbors. I've been camping my whole life and have never seen a "family campground" like this. FYI - our group was a group of adult professionals an average age of about 30 minding our own business - not a bunch of rowdy 18-year-old kids trying to cause trouble. We camped at Canyon Country Campground in a Tent.
Date of Stay:
June, 2008 -
Love it here! Sites are big. We always have a great time. Don't forget your bug spray and to put all food (including dog food) away every night and away from the horses! We camped at Assateague Island National Seashore Campground in a Tent.