Date of Stay: July, 2011
There was a woman who continually smoked in the bathhouse, even after I requested that she please smoke outside. The entire campground was filled with dogs. Some of the sites had more than 10 dogs per site. (There was a dog show in town.) The dogs barked constantly at all hours. Campers were allowed to set up a children's slip and slide and kiddie pool in the Colonial Cemetery. Other campers set up their sat. dishes in the cemetery. A camper turned on his headlights for his truck at 5:30 in the morning so that he could see his dog kennels. His lights were directed straight onto my tent camper for over thirty minutes ruining sleep. There needs to be more supervision at this campground and stricter pet policy. All of the dogs made the visit extremely unpleasant.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
Vehicles are allowed to park anywhere except on the road. As a result, the paths to the bath houses were blocked by cars, trucks and boat trailers. The rest rooms were mediocre at best. The men's bathhouse was very dirty. The guests were extremely lax about supervising their children. The guests who brought boats showed no regard for safety, often charging in out of the coves, at full speed, within feet of swimmers and non-motorized boaters. One camper/boater plowed over a flock of swimming ducks, including baby ducks. Virtually everyone had dogs who barked all night and were often allowed to run off leash. Campers left their tacky lights on all night. People walked through our campsite to get to other campsites.