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Disgusting. Upon entry it strikes you immediately, signs. Do this, don't do that, everywhere. The rules are just short of unbelievable. Check your "fine print" when you check in. If you leave your pet on your campsite alone, they will have it removed by "local Authorities". What if you go to the bathroom or the pool? Much less see the sights where animals are not allowed. They conveniently have the number of a local pet sitter. Probably a cousin or something. Of course they don't tell you about this ahead of time. Very short pool hours. You can buy propane at twice the going price but at very limited times. Bathrooms and showers that are wood, rotting and ancient with many coats of paint. Probably less than a dozen fire rings in the entire campground. They tell you "steal one from another site". The campsites are so small that we couldn't fit our car and pop up in at the same time. Had to park partially in the driveway. Utilities centralized to cover 4 sites at a time (couldn't even get close). Problems with those utilities. Our particular area of campsites were very well lit at night, and we were not close to the check-in area. We left early so they kept our money and gave us a raincheck (doubt we will be back). I don't usually complain about campsites, but this was bad. We stayed at a real nice one in Pennsylvania earlier in our trip. We camped at Chincoteague Island KOA in a Tent Trailer.