Date of Stay: August, 2010
We stayed at a 2 bedroom cabin at the state park. Let me just say that these cabins are absolutely beautiful and look just like the pictures on the website. The cabin was new, very clean and had everything we needed. They provide towels, sheets, new appliances, silverware, plates, pots, pans, etc. They even had tongs and a flipper for the grill. We were so impressed we will be going back very soon. This is a very, very quiet place. If you want to go for some quiet time, it's the place to go. There isn't much to do in the area unless you bring your boat and go fishing, since the campground is on a lake. We basically just hung out and rocked our nights away on the wrap around porch. There is no TV and no phone. We actually brought our TV and antenna and were able to pick up four channels, but we rarely watched it. Great place to relax and catch up on reading. Clarksville is a cute little town with a few restaurants and antique stores. We ate at Gino's because we read a good review but we would not go back as it smelled funny and wasn't very clean. Stay at these cabins as you will be pleasantly surprised. We couldn't believe the price for a brand new cabin with everything you need.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We live only 30 minutes from Tom's Cove and we have been there over 30 times. It's a nice campground right on the water. There is a camp store, a pool, shady or open sun spots and also waterfront but they won't let you reserve waterfront. The beach is only a few miles away and the island of Chincoteague is a great place to visit.