Bathrooms were old and worn but clean. Spaces are very limited for 40' RV's with lots of shade. Unable to get TV reception. No WiFi. This is a resort that has houses, mobiles, rv's and a marina. Passport rate of 12 per night was great. 30 amp only, no sewer hook ups. Pretty setting. We camped at Pirates Cove Resort in a Motorhome.
We did not actually stay in this campground, just went to the check-in and got discouraged by the lack of knowledge about whether or not we could drive in with our 34 ft rig. The one person said one loop would be OK, and the other said they were not sure and said another place might be easier. We could not see any of the campground from where we parked, but it looked like it was an area with many mobile homes and a few rooms. The roads looked tight so we just turned around and went to another park. Their write up in Passport America sounds like this is a beautiful resort, but we saw no indication of this. Hopefully someone else who may have actually stayed here will post a review. It says they take up to 40 ft RVs, but they told us that with our 34 ft rev we "might" fit into a site or two. The description also said they have full hookups, and my husband asked do you have sewer and she said "No". To him, full hookups means electric, water and sewer. This rate would be the Passport America rate. We camped at Pirates Cove Resort in a Motorhome.