Date of Stay: August, 2016
We stayed in a long pull thru site in the V row. Our site was unlevel. Utilities worked good and wifi was ok. A few cable channels were included. Check in person was very friendly as were most workers we came in contact with. Facilities were in nice shape. There are 2 pools side by side, both with water slides. There was a 2 dog parks, 1 big, 1 smaller. There is a ferris wheel and carousel on site. There was a restaurant on site that we did not visit, and an ice cream parlor that served a decent array of ice cream, floats, and sundaes. The store was a decent size. There was activities throughout the day for kids. We will definately return to this park.
Date of Stay: July, 2016
We stayed a week in this park. We had site 139, which was a level pullthru. It was wide enough for our 3 slides and 2 awnings, and long enough for our 35ft camper and truck. The power was good as well as the water pressure. They had cable, but we did not use it. It is semi shaded. The water and electric were in the middle of the site and the sewer hook up was at the back of the site, which was a backward set up for our rv. The pool was small and clean , as were the bathroom and laundry room. The dog park was pretty nice, but not shaded. Most interior roads were tight. We did see ants, but they did not get into our camper.The office staff was nice. My biggest problem was that i specifically asked for the more shaded site next to us when i made the reservations, only to be told it was already reserved. No one showed up the entire week we were there, and it was not offered to us on arrival. This park is about 8 miles to Cape Cateret, and 8 miles to Morehead City. Im not sure if we will stay here again, or try another campground in the future.
Date of Stay: May, 2016
This is the 3rd time we have stayed in this park. We were in the center shaded pull thrus by the store. The site we had ( 158) was way too small for our camper with 3 slides and not level. Our door opened up to a tree. Sites farther down the row were better. The roads in this section are tight, but doable. The water, electric and cable were good. WIFI was also good. The facilities included a coffee/wine store that offers wine tasting on Saturdays. Pool was opened for Mothers Day weekend but not heated. It appears that they are putting new sites into this park in the interior sections. I will only stay in the big rig sites at the front of this campground if we return.
Date of Stay: April, 2016
We stayed in the back in a level pullthru site. The power was good, but water pressure was a trickle on the day we left. Cable was good. Some foliage between the sites. This campground is right off RT 15, and you can still hear road noise, even in the back section, though not nearly as bad as the front of the campground. It was early in the season, so the restaurant wasnt open yet, and the store did not have alot either. This is a huge campground so bring a bike or golf cart.
Date of Stay: April, 2016
We have stayed a few times in this campground.As always it is clean, and service was great.Staff was very nice. we stayed on site 53, which is a gravel pull thru.Site was level and required no extra boards. Power and water pressure was great. WIFI is a hot spot, and we had no trouble staying connected to it. Cable, which is extra $, had several channels. This is early in the season so camground was not full.There are not alot of activities for kids, as you may see in other KOAs. The biggest problem remains the lack of many spaces for a larger rv. This campground can be tight getting in and out of, and getting around the campground itself.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
We stayed a few nights on a deluxe patio site.This included patio furniture and adirondack chairs at the fire pit. Utilities all worked well.We would not pick this site again , as it was took a little maneuvering to get into this site. If you have an end site or arrive before your neighbors you will do ok.The landscaping, while nice, makes parking more difficult. We saw several campers try to get into their similair sites and had the same trouble.There is also no shade at all on most of the deluxe sites.This park is exceptionally clean and well taken care. There is a very large dog park on site. You are surrounded by a farm and you do get some smell from that on occasion. This is not your typical KOA with alot of activities for kids. There was a very small playground and a small pool area. No planned activites. There is no camp store at all, so bring everything you need with you. We would stay here again but a different type of site.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
We stayed in a pull thru site in the front of the campgound. It was unlevel, gravel . Utilities worked fine. Nice amount of cable channels.The sites are very close in most places. We were supposed to have a back in near the back of this campground, that was extremely unlevel and had standing water due to the recent rain, Alot of the back ins looked this way. I doubt i would stay here again, unless everthing else was booked, and then only in a pull through.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
We stayed on a decent sized pull through in the middle of the campground. The site itself was gravel and somewhat level. Hook ups were good except for cable which some channels were pretty fuzzy. Bathrooms were up to date and very clean. Facilities were very well maintained. There is a large pool/ splash area that kids will love. Also has an adults only pool/hot tub. There was alot of activities for children. The only real drawback is the price. It is very expensive to stay here, especially if you dont have children to enjoy the amenities offered.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
We have stayed at this park several times. Our site was a level back in, in the sundeck area. Power and water were both good. There is no shade in this area. They had some family activities including a d.j pool party, hayrides, crafts, etc..We will stay again.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
This is our second time here this year. We had a long gravel pull thru, that was fairly level. Water pressure and electric both worked good, as well as WiFi. We had a few basic cable stations. This park is large and clean. Staff were very friendly. It is usually pretty empty during the day as most people go to Hershey park. We will return.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
This is a good park for overnight stops only, this is not a destination campground. There is no pool or mini golf. They do have a very small splash pad and jumping pillow, only suitable for very young kids. These were extra and not included in your site price. Most kids would be bored. They do offer canoe rentals, which is all there would be to do. Wi-Fi was decent and store had a lot to offer. Site was level and power was good, but water pressure was very low, almost a trickle by the time we left. A few cable stations were available. We would not stay again unless in the area and needed to stop overnight.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
We stayed here visiting the beaches in the area. We had a long level, grassy, pull thru site. Water had good pressure, electric was good. Offered several channels of cable. We could not connect to their wifi. The staff was friendly and seasonal residents were also very nice. This campground sits on the White Oak river and offers plenty of fishing and boating opportunities. We would definitely stay again.
Date of Stay: April, 2015
We stayed in the wooded pull though section of this park. The site was unlevel and dirt/ gravel. The water pressure and hookups were good. Average space between sites. This park offers free pancake breakfast and wine tasting which were both nice. Dog park was excellent. We would stay again if in this area.
Date of Stay: March, 2015
We stayed for their opening weekend in site B9. Our site was level and power was good. Water needed to be shut down due to the extremely cold temps that weekend. We used the bath houses which were clean but dated. Staff was friendly. We would stay again, but only in the section near the office. The other sites can be extremely unlevel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014
Very well kept campground, with a lot of activities. We stayed for the first Halloween weekend, and there was a lot of activities for kids, including a haunted hayride and trick or treating. The pools look like they would be nice in season, but they are only 3 1/2 feet at the deepest end. This campground is geared to younger kids, but teenagers will find a lot to do also. Most sites are gravel and fairly level. Water pressure and electricity were both good. Interior roads are fair. There are a lot of things to do in the immediate area. We are looking forward to returning to this campground next year.