Date of Stay: May, 2006
Great campground. Very quiet even when at full capacity. Sites are level and clean. We stayed in Area 7 which had just re-opened. The sites are large and fairly spread out. The bathrooms are a little dated but had been given a fresh coat of paint. The showers were in Area 6 of the park for Area 7. I was a little surprised by this but we used the facilities in our camper. I cannot speak as to the facilities in the rest of the park. This is a great spot for bike riding. There is access just outside of the park to the Cape Cod bike trail. I give this park a 9 because of its location and the space itself. 1900 acres, we drove about 3 miles to our site. As we drove in we saw deer and racoons. We brought our dog, the check-in desk asked for proof of vaccination. My dog did get ticks, but we were in the woods. I'm not surprised. I believe that waterfront sites are walk-ins for tent use.
Date of Stay: April, 2006
As a previous review stated, this is what camping is all about. There are no extras here, but the beauty of this spot makes up for it. Ocean front although a view is obstructed by dunes. The beach access is a very short walk away. There is a boat house. However, during our visit, it was closed. This is a great place to unplug. Bike paths are level and expansive. There is access to both the bay and the ocean. Restaurants and shopping are just a short drive to Ocean City.
Date of Stay: March, 2006
This was our first camping trip in our travel trailer. We went up for the weekend. This campground offers a lot of extras. There are several outdoor pools and one indoor pool. They had a family dance and dinner. There is an adult area where you can sit by the gas fireplace and read or watch TV. It was off-season when we visited this campground. The sites are clean however, not as large as I would like and not very private.