Date of Stay: May, 2011
Back at Chesnut Bay for Memorial Day weekend. EXCELLENT..only slight negative is cable is very spotty. We pulled out the sat dish and were fine. Small 20 site park in a multimillion dollar resort. Summer scheduled activities for out 5 year old and nightly activities, karaoke, street party, outdoor PG13 movie and free bingo. This is truly a hidden gem that we will return to over and over. I would say this is a destination RV park rather than an overnight stop. VERY family oriented.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Stayed at Park in 40 ft motorhome. A little tight getting into some sights. Sights are plenty wide it is simply the roads and their configuration that make it tight, but once in everything was excellent. Lots of scheduled activities for the kids and the 4th of July Fireworks display the resort put on was EXCELLENT. This is a FAMILY oriented resort and this year they added a God Fathers Pizza restaurant for those times we did not want to cook. Staff EXTREMELY courteous.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
First the indisputable facts, then my opinion so as not to taint the review. 1) Fact: Because the water sprinklers come on EVERY night, even when it rains, you cannot leave anything outside that you do not want to get wet. Chairs, grill, etc...soaked ! 2) Fact: NO mats or rugs allowed around your motorhome, not even a door mat to wipe your shoes off. 3)Fact: NO FIRES allowed...not even propane firepits. 4) Fact: The staff tours the camp on their golf cart every couple of hours to "catch" those who put out mats, or try to make their kids a smore over a propane firepit. 5)Fact: The playground is minimal to say the least. We have a nicer playground in our backyard. 6) Fact: The "store" has Nothing of any use except the sewer donut you are REQUIRED to buy and use. 7) Fact: Night mangers will yell at your kids before even approaching the present adult, if they think your kids are breaking the rules. Now my opinion. Admittedly I am from the south and love Southern hospitality. None of that in this RV Park. The managers (owners?) have a New York City elitist attitude that is abrupt and loud. If you are not sure that they know everything, just ask them a question and I assure you they will let you know very quickly they DO know everything. DO NOT plan on staying here for more than a one night stopover. I cannot express how bad this place is, of course unless you like the RV Park Nazis that run this place. These people are not friendly and DO NOT want you or your family to enjoy your vacation. Best advice: AVOID at all costs.