Date of Stay: April, 2011
We enjoyed the park for a Spring Break getaway. Most of the amenities were closed, but the few people and good weather made it very nice. We stayed in a pull through spot, but still a little tight. The Camp hosts very nice. The bathrooms were clean, but being serviced for a day. The new visitors center nice but bare. Overall a great place to center a vacation or weekend in the Northern Neck. We went to Lowery's in Tappahannock for dinner. It had good seafood, but was a long drive. We will definitely return.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
This was our fourth trip to this resort and our longest stay. We have never been disappointed in the cleanliness of the Park and the friendliness of the folks who full time and the other campers. Its location is ideal for short trips to the beach (crowded for Memorial Weekend) and fishing in the Back Bay. Not much to choose from in the way of restaurants and shops, but Sandbridge is a fairly small community. We did eat at The Baja, which is right next door. Good food, but you might wait a while for food and a table. For general shopping, we went to Red Mill, about 20 minutes away. Concrete pads make set up quick and neat while the waterfront sites make for an appealing back drop. We spent a lot of time at the #2 pool which was just 2 sites away. All in all, another great stay.