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Date of Stay:
September, 2016 -
This is a large park in need of a serious upgrade; old, shabby and mostly cramped sites. Broken tree limbs and old leaves, brown looking brush scattered throughout. Lots of seasonal people with accumulations of every single thing they ever bought to decorate their site for the last 10 years. Mind-boggling!! They have a pool, attractive and pretty nice but too small for the amount of campers there. There is a lake for guests with a small sandy beach area on it. However the color of the lake was a weird dark inky color. I did not swim in it. We were told that what is now a lake was once filled with cranberry bogs. Maybe that is why I was not moved to swim in it! We used it as a home base for 4 days to see the area and did not spend much time in the park, so that was OK. The employees in the office i must say were very nice. Would I return...No! We camped at Timberline Lake Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice little homey restaurant in Tuckerton on a Marina, called Dockside. Good food, good service.
Had dinner at a place called Allen's Seafood. Not good, expensive and they seve you with paper plates. If I pay $20.00 for an entre' I don't want to eat on a paper plate!!