Date of Stay: July, 2012
Awesome campground. My husband and I are insurance adjusters and we travel all over the United States and this is by far one of our top picks in campgrounds. We stayed here while working for about 3 weeks with our 2 kids, one 15 and the other 10, plus we had our 3 dogs. What I liked the most was all the kids and kid activities. My kids never wanted to leave the park and were outside all day playing in the pool that has a life guard on duty at all times, a pool slide, pool toys and large enough for the whole campground. Plus there is a convenience store right next to the pool that has home made pizza, nachos, ice cream, slushies and all kinds of stuff with an outdoor picnic area. They have this cool little stage with picnic tables all around where they have events for the whole family like movie night where they set up a movie screen and show family style movies. When the pool closes at 9pm, you walk right next door and watch a movie and eat. During the day they have scavenger hunts and all kinds of events for the kids. This place is 15 to 30 minutes from everywhere. There is Breezy Beach where you find sharks teeth and all kinds of historical places. Its easy access to Washington DC. We parked our vehicle at the Largo Metro Stop and took the metro to the Smithsonian. It was $9 a person and the metro train dropped us off right in front of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. It took all of 45 minutes. This park is clean. Lots of showers, laundry rooms and space between RV's. You can have a very shady spot or open spot. It's expensive out here in Maryland which we were not aware of however there are a lot of free activities and tourist stuff to do. I love this place and of course its pet friendly. It even has its own fenced in pet park.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
NO SEWER, so every other day you have to go and dump your tank. It is such a pain and we hate it especially when you are traveling with more than 2 people because your tank fills up fast. Most of the guests just dump their tanks on the ground because they don't want to have to unhook every couple days to drive up and dump their tanks so on a nice steamy Dallas day, the park smells of sewer. But you don't want to use their showers or restrooms either because they are filled with mosquitoes, mildew and its about 110 degrees in there because there is no air conditioning in the restrooms. In the evening its very dark inside the restrooms because the lights never work correctly so you feel like you are in a horror film. My kids were horrified. The park is beautiful but the four or five camp hosts have no desire to clean or fix the issues with the restrooms because their sites have sewer so they do not have to use them. I would not recommend staying there if you want to be able to relax because otherwise its a lot of extra work.