Date of Stay: June, 2010
I will start with the positives: close to Assateague and OC with free scheduled shuttle; free water park access; nicely stocked camp store with deli; fishing pier. All the positives do not make up for the negatives: loud, busy campground overcrowded with golf carts. Lots of loud music and partying on the weekends. On our Sunday morning walk we spotted a passed out person behind a tented site right off the main road. Lots of dogs with very few spots for the dogs to potty (mostly at the entrance to each camp site). Lots of kids riding around on bikes unattended. If you are looking for a quite get-away, look elsewhere because this is not the campground for you. If you have small children, this is not the campground for you (too much traffic on the campground roads make it unsafe to bike or walk). The section we were in was unshaded ( H lane). Campground is not cleaned very well as there is trash in and around the campground pool and playground area.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
An old RV park that is need of a little TLC, especially when it come site maintenance. Lots of activities to keep the kids happy, very convenient location, staff is friendly. We reserved a Full Hookup 30/20 amp with cable TV, lots of shade and free Wi-Fi. WI-FI was free but slow and our site only had morning shade and full afternoon sun but was level. Would I stay in the same site again: you bet as the other sites I observed were unlevel, at odd angles, densely packed and would be muddy if there was rain.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
Nice campground, friendly staff, lots of activities and my little one loves the water slides. We stayed in big rig site 226 (all they had available when we made the reservation) and the site was nice and level, easy to back up into and quiet. We would stay here again. There is not much to do in and around the area but lots of thing to do at the campground. Bring bug spray as there are lots of insects.