Date of Stay: September, 2009
This was our first stay at this campground. From the beginning, the owners were extremely friendly and the store was not overpriced like many other places we stayed. Our site was large enough for our 31' trailer with 2 slides. There was plenty to do from bingo to movie night for the kids. The quiet hours are strictly enforced. The biggest problem we faced at the campground was that my six year old was not able to ride his bike because of the hills and the gravel roads. I did not have any problems getting directions from Google Maps. There is plenty to do in that area from local flea markets to state parks to outlet shopping. Since it was Labor Day weekend, the traffic was a nightmare. After speaking to many seasonals, who were always nice and made you feel welcome, they offered advice as to where to go and what to avoid during holiday weekends. We would definitely go back to this campground.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
My family just returned from a stay at Treasure Beach RV Park and we truly enjoyed it. The spot was large enough for our 31 ft. travel trailer and truck with plenty of space on each side. We loved being by the water and enjoyed many bike rides throughout the park. The pools were great for kids and not really crowded. This park is mainly seasonal but we enjoyed that since it was very quiet. The general store offered many things from ice cream to a deli. Everyone, from the office to the seasonal renters, was exceptionally friendly. The worst part of the entire stay was the mosquitoes. We did see a small tent area near the general store with electric and fire rings. Also, you were allowed to have a small tent on your site for small children only. The park is extremely convenient to Ocean City, Md. We would definitely go back.