Date of Stay: February, 2012
Generally a good, low-cost campground. The staff members are super friendly and are a delight to work with. They followed up well on a couple of minor issues I had, such as forwarding my mail. The wi-fi worked well for me although I heard from others that it doesn't work so well in the back side of the park. The downside is that it is an older park with units shoehorned in much too close to each other. When I looked out my windows, I was looking directly into my neighbor's living room that was about six feet from my windows. I kept my shades pulled the entire time I stayed. Also, many of the long-term rentals are really shabby looking, and the place is an eyesore. Many have attached porches, sheds, or steps that are falling apart. Several have gardens or lawn decorations that have not been attended to in years. A little bit of clean-up and modernizing could quickly convert this into a first class RV park.
Date of Stay: January, 2012
Excellent campground in a scenic area. Sandy roads and campsites, which I loved. Lots of room between campers with heavy underbrush creating an isolated feeling. From my motorhome, I couldn't even see another RV due to the thick foliage, even though there were others nearby. "It's a jungle out there." The location is on the river on one side and across the street from the beach and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Two nice restaurants are within walking distance. The only negative is the useless wi-fi. I took my laptop and sat beside the wi-fi equipment and the wi-fi connection worked well. As I walked away while using the laptop, I lost the signal within 30 feet! I could see the wi-fi equipment antenna, but I doubt if it was connected to anything. Even though I was within line-of-sight of the antenna, there was no detectable signal. The wi-fi equipment looked to be very professional and heavy duty, but it didn't work very well. Despite the wi-fi problem, I'll be back.