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12 RV Parks near Blades, Delaware
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Blades. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Blades in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $25.00
The sites are spacious but seem very close together because the park was very crowded. No privacy between the sites. We were told to park our tow car in the overflow parking because only one vehicle was permitted at each site. I said nearly every site had two vehicles. The comment was "hasn't the ranger been around?". I never saw a ranger in the campground. Lots of kids and lots of kid activities. Very shady. - MaryinPrescott
Oct 2017 - $32.00
There was 12 of us there from a Kayak group we all had a great time. It's the 2nd time there for me and this time they added a new Kayak Roller slide for launching and taking out our Boats. It worked out great. Thanks DE State Parks. - ztoymaker
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Site C-27 felt cramped with nearby camp fire pit being used day and night. The pull through Loop D, offers more room. I liked the weekend programs that varied from wagon rides in the woods, pontoon boat tours of the cypress swamp with a ranger to a free local band concert Saturday night. - Curious One
Jun 2016 - $25.00
I spent almost a week here and it was fine for what it was. I wasn't camping as much as using it as alternative lodging to a hotel. I was in Salisbury for a dog show, so I left in the morning, returned after dinner each night, slept and left again the next morning. All of the spots are under trees and the trees are dirty. I was getting rid of left over plant life and these white spiders for quite a time after being there. The owner is very nice, but after she checked me in I never saw her again. Their hook ups were a little hard to figure out and not all of them worked. I had to hook up one of my utilities from a neighboring site. There are some permanent, or at least long term people there. Most of the spots were taken with other "dog people" while I was there. It's very conveniently located, the price is right. It served my purposes well. You can hear some highway noise from nearby 13 but it didn't detract from anything. - Donna In GR
May 2016 - $25.00
Simple and rustic with a lovely owner who lives yards away. Very convenient to US 13. Restrooms were clean but basic. Our drive-through site close to the lightly-traveled road was perfect for our 1 night stopover. Level gravel pad with no shade and next to the bathhouse, our preference because of excellent satellite coverage. Sites toward the back of the property were well shaded. Large lawn directly across the street has lots of space for dogs to run. - BP106
Oct 2012 - $22.00
This is a no-frills campground half a block off Route 13, at the Delaware-Maryland border. The campground is heavily wooded, but the trees are nicely pruned so there are no problems with extending slides, awnings, or scraping the roof of the trailer. They have only two sites with sewer, one on each side of the bath house. The owner is very friendly and accommodating, and it was a pleasure to camp here for 3 nights while we toured the Assateague and Chincateague parks, in addition to Ocean City. There is a large lot across the street (owned by a church) where a dog can run and exercise. We will definitely stay here again when we come to the eastern shore of Maryland/Delaware. - User2446
Jul 2018 - $68.00
Heading South out of D.C. Stayed here to add Delaware to our state map of places we've stayed. Nice large MHP with lots of RV spaces. All utilities worked fine (water, sewer, electric). Verizon voice and data excellent. - moderate camper
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Stayed for 10 Days in September 2016 Nice sites, large pull thru for my RV Grassy sites with a dirt patch where I put my rug. Nice park I was in the area to visit family and it suited us just fine. I was low on Propane and had a local company come right to the site and fill my tank. - Iamgregh
Aug 2016 - $69.00
An overnight stay on our way to the ferry from Lewes, DE to Cape May, NJ. We arrived to find ourselves in Christmas in July! Lots of decorations and celebration for the many families camping here. The park was very well organized and clean. Several seasonal campsites were evident, mixed with transients like us. But lots to do for the whole family. Great park for an extended getaway. Staff was very helpful and friendly. - Dunwoodyradio
Jul 2018 - $46.00
It's a very nice quite park. We came in for the State Fair had a great time even with all the rain. The sites are almost perfect I backed in and it was level. - ztoymaker
Aug 2017 - $46.00
The owner at the office was over and beyond helpful. The park was clean and completely secluded. Beautiful wooded park. - veniceburd
Jun 2017 - $41.00
Great owners, very friendly and helpful, guided us to our site. We chose a water and electric only site since we were staying only 1 night. Campground was neat and clean. We did not use any of the facilities so cannot comment on them. Wi-Fi is only available near the office/activity center and would not reach our site. No problem with the interior roads and we drive a 40' motorhome. 13 OTA TV stations available. We would return if in this area. - Bob & Stephanie
Jul 2015 - $10.00
We arrived 30 June 2015 and were greeted by the Lodge secretary. What a bundle of sunshine! She gave us wonderful dining recommendations. We pulled into one of four sites. Four back ins/pull thrus, two 50 amp and two 30 amp each with water and sewer. The sites were rather level with all we needed and only $10 a night! We were really pleased! We booked for a week! We were amazed at their $1.00 Monday hot dogs, Tuesday $1.00 hamburgers, Thursday $1.00 tacos...so inexpensive, Such a friendly staff and only $10 per night stay as long as you wish Come on down Moose members! - DigMyPast
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Stayed at Martinak and did bicycling in the beautiful surrounding area. Nearly all the sites in the electric loop (loop B) were full, but the campground was quiet. Very few of the primitive sites in loop A were occupied. There are water spigots throughout each loop; we stopped at one to fill our water tank. Bringing outside firewood into the park is prohibited, but you can purchased a crate for $4. There is a boat ramp and RV dump station. - Mike62
Jul 2017 - $31.00
Beautiful park. I was there in July, and there were just 3 of us in the whole campground! Beautiful place to walk, very tidy and neat, level sites with everything you need, rangers were wonderful, can't say enough nice things about this place. - User3597
Nov 2016 - $24.00
We stayed for two nights in November. The park is nice, although the sites were a little closer than I have camped in at other MD State parks. There is an amphitheater on the water, a nature center, and spots along the riverbank provide seats and cover from the sun while fishing--nice. The park staff were extremely friendly and helpful. You can really get your daily steps in by walking throughout the grounds, exploring.
Unfortunately, the only dump station was not working and campers had to go to Tuckahoe to dump tanks. But, I guess that could happen anywhere and Tuckahoe was on my way home, so it was not much of an inconvenience.
I would stay at Martinak Park again. - DestinyBoundRV
Apr 2018 - $60.00
This park is pricey but reasonably comfortable, though the trees are too young to provide any break to the wind that comes in from the ocean. The gravel lanes and sites are reasonably sized, next to large, grassy spaces for outdoor dining. My particular site was unfortunate. Not only was it seriously out of level, requiring a complicated stack of shims to support it, I had to use a double hose to tap into the water supply in the neighboring site. The name "Delaware Beaches Jellystone Park" is ill-chosen. Not only are Yogi Bear and his cohorts seriously out-of-date, requiring parents to explain who they are to their kids, but the beaches the name suggests just aren't there. There are lots of towns along the coast with the word 'beach' in their names, but the beaches that are there are not public. Everywhere are signs that effectively say, "Go Away!" Visitors seeking ocean access are funneled down to Rehoboth Beach and a few other places specialized in mining tourist dollars. I don't expect ever to return to Delaware, but if I do, I would have no reason to return to this campground. - Jim Fulton
Oct 2017 - $60.00
First time at this campground. We came for the Halloween activites and were very pleased with the experience. Pleasant staff and clean sites. Will definitely be back next year...... - hiker1
May 2017 - $70.00
The park was clean, but the sites were very close. No shade and very dusty. Most of the activities are for very young children and we have older children. - Fox Family
Jul 2016 - $62.00
It is a large park tucked away in tall pine trees. Great location to Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. Those are the only positives.
There are mostly permanent aging RVs here. It would be kind to call it eccletic (although I did love the tiki bars some trailers had set up outside - very retro). The RV spaces were tightly packed in by the bath-house at the rear of the park. Do not come here in a tent!! The sites are literally located in the middle of two roads and two unlucky sites were within 3' of the dump station (T9 and T10 I believe).
There appear to be many amenities - a very tiny mini-golf area, public pool... I'm sure there was more, but we didn't walk the area too extensively.
We were there in a motor home and felt safe - but not enough to leave any equipment out after dark. - DelawareChicks
Oct 2015 - $59.00
There is no other way to say it, this is an aging trailer park with 17 RV sites jammed together around a bath house. We arrived after the office was closed and were met by "security" to be let into the gate and led to our site. On the way, we passed the burned out shell of a trailer. We walked around the campground with our dog, and saw quite a few 1970's vintage trailers. Some of the sites were fixed up nicely, others not so much. We had thought to stay longer and explore Lewes DE, and decided that there was nothing for us in this campground and hit the road the next day instead. We had come over on the afternoon Cape May Ferry. All of the other campgrounds in the area were already closed for the winter. This place is adequate if you have no other option. If you have a choice, choose someplace else. - ShoreXplorers
Jun 2013 - $70.00
A trailer park with less than 20 transient sites crammed together next to a mosquito-producing pond in a gravel parking lot. Rude greeter at gate, no tourist info available, kids running wild, $500 reward for turning in thieves posters all over, completely unfriendly. Supposed WiFi hot spots were intermittent at best, even right next to them. And all this for $70 a night, 3 night minimum (we only needed 2). Would never stay here again. - gvljohnsons
Jul 2017 - $65.00
We stayed here for 3 days just to visit relatives. Our section of the campground was over a mile from the main campground. All the roads are tight. A lot of tree limbs to dodge. Grass needs cutting. Overall the whole place is a disaster. We will not go back even if it was free. - kar1022
May 2016 - $55.00
Best Campground Experience!
Wooded traditional campsites, campfires, organized well planned activities, clean restrooms, large pool, nicely landscaped park with attention to detail. Friendly staff office or maintenance everyone smiles at you! Manager on site, private security company, large sites definitely worth checking out you will not want to leave! - Pattie Kretchmer
Aug 2013 - $55.00
This campground needs maintenance. Roads are bad and sites are sometimes covered with leaves. Pool is nice though. It is in a very nice forest and people were very friendly. If you like a neat and clean place, you won't like it. But if you prefer a quiet spot in the woods, you might like it. - Floodedcamper
Jun 2018 - $35.00
The camping loops are oddly configured like gears in a cog so some of the sites are very close together. The sites are all back-in and heavily wooded which could create issues for wider trailers and vehicles. Because of the closeness of the sites and the heavy tree cover, campfire smoke can be thick. Campfires are supposed to be for cooking only, but that rule did not seem to be enforced during our stays. There is only one bath facility and it is closest to loops C & D. If you are in loop F or in any of the walk-in tent sites it is a bit of walk to the bath house. There is no parking at the bathhouse so you have to walk to get there. Like most campgrounds, the cleanliness of the bathhouse is dependent on the number and age of campers and whether or not it has rained recently. We stayed here twice in June for 3 nights each time; on weeknights the bathhouse was very clean - weekends when the water park was open, things were not so tidy in the bathhouse. The lakeside hiking trail is very nice. - liz&denis
Oct 2017 - $29.00
Very disappointing. When I called to make the reservation using Reserve America, I asked about the showers / restrooms and was told they were right near me...NOT! Two loops away and no parking. The site we were assigned was level but heavily treed. So bad, I damaged my truck. I couldn't se the tree as it blended into the background. While there is a camp host, they never came around to stop the noise from the other campers on our loop. Cigarette butts and trash all over. I'll find somewhere else to stay next time. - thetravelkids
Feb 2017 - $27.00
One of the few parks near me that are open year round. Only 2 loops open year round, I think. They're adding freeze proof water faucets so that might change in the future. Pondside Nature Trail always clean and very well maintained. Takes about an hour or less if you move along. Obviously, longer if you meander. Can get crowded if it's a nice weekend. Definitely don't stay there once the nearby water park is open or once the warm weather starts as the sites can be pretty close together. - Doneitall