Date of Stay: July, 2009
This was our first visit to Virginia Beach and I did some research on this campground. The reviews were less than stellar, but since it was the only thing available, I booked it for 2 nights. The cost was extremely high, it was $80 per night for a tent site with water and electric. The roads were in bad shape, there were ruts everywhere. Our site was small and in the direct sun, there was one tree on our site, and we could see the highway. There were no fire rings and the bathrooms were filthy. Showers were on one side and bathrooms on the other, instead of being attached. The camp store was nice and stocked and pool was nice, but crowded. One perk was the bus that traveled you to the inlet. However, that same bus made a stop at another park, which made me envious. The other park was spacious, clean and full of trees. We definitely can not recommend this campground, even if you are in an RV. The RV sites were small and very close together.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
The campground was clean, and in close proximity to Luray Caverns and Skyline Drive. There were many activities at the campground for the kids, including tie-dying and water balloon launching. There was music at night. The cabin was clean, with nice porch, grill and fire ring. The pool and water slides were great, as well as mini golf. I highly recommend this campground.