2 Parks near Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Aug 2015 - $79.00
Definitely a sellers market. Tough price to pay to be this close to the beach.too crowded, spaces too small. Very noisy. Cash only in the office, no checks or credit cards.
There is a state park near Bethany that is much nicer, but has no shade and is too hot in the summer. This place is strictly a last resort type of place. - Buddy Bus
Jun 2013 - $59.00
Nice park with decent sized sites. As mentioned in other reviews, this is a cash only park which would have been nice to know before we got there. There is a no-fee ATM at the convenience store right down the street. The location was super convenient to several beaches, shopping, and restaurants. My only complaint is that the cable did not work unless we fed the cord from the box in through a window, which meant leaving the window open and it did rain while we were gone so we had a mess to clean up, but no water damage. The Wi-Fi never worked and they tried to tell me that it was my phone and Kindle that were the problem. I was able to get a connection on both when I left the campground and went to a public Wi-Fi spot. - Bonnie66
Sep 2012 - $50.00
We stayed here as it is the closest campground to Rehoboth Beach. We weren't looking for a traditional camping experience, instead we camped as an alternative to a hotel. We were there to go to the beach. That being said we had a good stay. Since it was after Labor Day, the pool was closed. We kind of expected that but our kids could have enjoyed it. Our site was wooded and we asked for that. Many of the transient sites are out in the open though. Most of the sites are seasonal/permanent. The road through the campground is tight - I felt lucky to leave without hitting a tree and my TT is only 21'. Our site was sandy and not entirely level. A staff member helped me back in - no pull-throughs here. I used leveling blocks but they actually sunk into the sand. The sewer hookup was far to the rear of the site, and there wasn't enough of a drop so I needed to 'help' the black water make its way to the outlet. As I was preparing to leave I couldn't remove my sewer adapter from their connection. I ran to the office to ask for a strap wrench, and within a few minutes an employee showed up with a wrench. Staff was friendly and the campground is family-owned. We would stay there again. Only real negative was the cable TV - they recently re-wired everything and you can get a cable box for a deposit. The service would sometimes stop and an error message would appear. Don't know if this is something Big Oaks can control. - MattFromPA
Nov 2015 - $30.00
We stayed in the new North section. All sites have 30 & 50 amp service , good water,& sewer hookup. New bath house's, sites have good separation, all are asphalt & level. Easy access to the beach. Although not far from the Indian River Bridge, noise was not a problem. They do not allow any camp fires. Have a very nice children,s playground area. - vince/chestertown
Oct 2015 - $35.00
This is a real get away from everything place. We stayed in the North section. Immaculate, new restroom/shower facilities - very impressive, very expensively done. 5- 10 minute walk to the beach.
There is no WIFI but the Verizon hotspot worked fine. There is so little to do here that you could go through all your monthly GBs pretty quickly. No cable TV, pets allowed but no dog park. A lot of noise from the traffic over the bridge. - UllaPool
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Stayed for 2 nights in mid-October on weekend. Nice and quiet this time of year, nice view of the marsh. I understand you need to reserve 6 months in advance for the summer months. Many come for the fishing or the beach. I guess I should have read the rules, we were expecting to have a campfire as the temps got down to 40 each night, but no fire rings and no fires! We plan on staying again next year. - Doc Foster