Date of Stay: September, 2016
My overall experience of the this campground. Well, to start off it took 2 hours for my self and friends to make 4 reservations over the phone. They had one person working in the office and when someone would come in to the office they would lay the phone down and help that person. Most of the time it was seasonal people and you could hear them having a conversation and forget I was on the phone. When we arrived, again one person in the office, on a Friday checking people in. The campground itself was well kept and most other campers we meet we very nice. It is a very hilly campground so if you have an issue with walking not a good place. Tried out the snack bar for lunch and a good meal for a snack bar. Was not allowed to take our golf cart to the campground however, the seasonal sites are allowed to have golf carts. What is the difference? Our fire ring and friends of ours were not usable due to the location of where we had to place our RV on the site for the utility hookups. Ours was very close to the camper and just at the edge of our awning. Our friends fire ring ended up under their awning. When we left we turned in our car pass and gate pass. The employee did say thank you but that was it. Not have a safe travel home and we hope to see you again. Not sure if I will go back. Again, it is a nice looking campground but it needs some common sense things taken care of.
Date of Stay: May, 2016
Well, this is an older campground and seems to be mostly permanent sites. If you have a small unit, the sites are not an issue. Thank goodness we live close to this campground, so we did two dry runs before we actually took our unit. We have a 35' 5th wheel and both sites they tried to give us, on two different weekends, were entirely too small. Every time I called the campground I had to leave a message. NO problem, but usually did not receive a return call until hours or days later. They do have some sites that would accommodate larger units, but VERY few. If they would take out some trees and combine a some sites to make one site and also try to make the sites more level it would be a good campground. Grounds are kept nice and clean. Just sites are way to small for the units today. We will not be visiting this campground again.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
Great Campground. Small and improving all the time. Owners are very friendly and have worked with us this past year, several times, when we planned on camping and could not make it for illness and family emergencies. We did the Down on the Farm weekend for our first time this year. I highly recommend it. If you like to eat you would enjoy this time at the Amish Farm. Also, during the season from I think Memorial Day to Labor Day the Amish bring fresh bake goods in for purchasing and believe me they are good. If you like a small and quiet campground then this is the one to go to. Very peaceful.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We have stayed in the campground several times and will continue to come here for our beach experience. For those reviews that I have read, yes the campground is very crowned but what do you expect for the beach in the summer? If you do not want to be in a crowd then go before or after the beach season. As far as the golf carts, yes there are lots of them but they disappear in the off season also. Security was present everywhere. Not sure where the one person was that said there was a lack of security. I have seen many, mainly kids, pulled over in golf carts crying because they did something wrong and it was taken from them on the spot. The best spot we have had so far is the Ocean front with a concrete pad. Right in the heat of things. It was great watching the golf cart parade at night. Yes, it was loud but so much fun to watch all the different carts and people just having good clean FUN.