1 Park near Georgetown, Delaware
May 2015 - $23.00
We stayed for four nights, since the campground had a special for May-buy 2 nights, get 2 free. Sites are large and level and grassy. We were not given a list of rules, such as what to do with our garbage. We used the showers and restrooms, which were clean, but no shelves in the shower to put soap, etc. and only one hook for towels. Showers were cleaned @ 7:00 AM, so don't plan on taking an early shower.
Pools were not open, but no sign indicated this.
Overall, we felt like we were treated like we were in the way. They mowed one day and the mower came awfully close to our things at our trailer. It's a good thing I stood out there so he didn't get any closer. They also shut the water off and didn't tell us. Wi-Fi was down for two days. The store was closed at odd hours. We had to go and get the lady in the office to get a bag of ice. I'm pretty sure she saw us, but didn't respond until we came to get her.
This may be an OK campground during the summer season. - Geezer traveler
Jul 2014 - $50.00
This is a clean campground with a very friendly and helpful staff. We used this park as a one-night-stand, and didn't use really any of the park amenities, so I can't accurately comment on those. However, they had a nice playground area for the kids, nice looking pool, and a water-soak area for the kiddos to play in. There's a lot of seasonal residents, but the few we encountered were friendly enough. The transient sites are pull-throughs and are LONG! My rig is almost 60' bumper to bumper hooked-up, and I swear I could've fit a car in front and in back of us once we were pulled in. I can't imagine even the longest of rigs not fitting into one of these sites. These sites are a little narrow perhaps, though we didn't have anyone on either side of us (those sites that were occupied were staggered so as not to unnecessarily crowd each other - kudos!). These sites are wide open, so no trees or shade - maybe a downer for long, hot summer days. But for those who have satellite TV, I can't imagine reception issues. The sites are all grass in this area, and a LITTLE sandy, but not overtly so. We didn't go into the camp store (got there after it closed and left before it opened) so can't comment on that, sorry. Nice pavilion near the front gate and seems like they have some good activities. This park gets good marks for cleanliness, well maintained, long pull-through sites, and helpful staff. The park itself is out in the middle of farmland, so if you're wanting a campground close to the "action", this probably isn't your place. But if you want to be 15-20 minutes from the DE shoreline, and away from the crowds, this is a great option. - User3768
Jul 2014 - $46.00
Camped in a 35 foot RV. Site E 35 is easy access, spacious, grass, level, with tree shade until late afternoon. Good Wi-Fi at site on arrival date, but no access on two subsequent days due to equipment failure. About 11 antenna TV stations. Adult and family pools and splash pad looked clean but did not use them. Lawn games and billiard tables. Laundry and bath houses clean. Quiet. Convenient to beaches. - Scottsdale RVers