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Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at Woodlawn Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $22.00
Woodlawn Campground is a small, Mom and Pop, no-frills campground. They welcome children, but there are no special provisions or playgrounds for them. No swimming pool, jungle gyms, camp store, or basically any other amenities. The restrooms have the basics: showers, sinks, and toilets, and are always spotless. Only two of the 20 RV sites have sewer hook-ups at the site. There is a dump station that is an easy pull-through, even with a long, 34-foot, travel trailer. Tent sites are not well defined, and if you get along with your neighbors, Woodlawn can accommodate a lot of tent campers. The terrain is typical Del-Mar-Va peninsula, sandy with grass. It had rained all day the day we arrived, and a few hours after the rain stopped everything was dry again. There are so many really tall shade trees that you probably won’t be able to get a satellite signal from a roof-mounted dish. If you have one on a tripod, you’ll still have trouble finding a clear view of the southern sky from most sites. The upside of that situation is the great shade all day long. The best feature of this park is the couple who run it. They are great to deal with and will go beyond the call of duty if necessary to help you out. Great folks. Woodlawn Campground isn’t a resort by any definition, nor is it a destination campground. It IS a very nice, lower cost place to set up while you enjoy the area. We camped at Woodlawn Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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