Review Count: 38 States Visited: 11 Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $44.00
This a great family run campground. From the time you stop in the office to register to the time you leave you can be sure that the owners will be there for your every need or to take care of any problems you may have. From their well stocked store, great swimming pools and clean bath and showers. Weather you are one of the seasonal residents or just there for a week or two rest assure you will have good time. This was the host site for the Annual King Nummy Trail Horseshoe Tour. for 20 years. All of the campers and participants want to Say THANK YOU to all those who helped for your support of this event each year. See you all soon. From the Back Yard Boys We camped at King Nummy Trail Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 9 States Visited: 4 Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $55.00
Rate was for 2 adults, 5 children. Nice campground. Some sites are a bit on the small side. LOTS of seasonal sites, but most are very new units and well maintained. Restrooms were updated and clean (though a quarter for showers). Had an issue with a neighbor leaving their noisy dog behind while they went out at night, but management took care of it immediately. Very friendly staff. My daughter lost her iPod by the playground and someone turned it in to the office. The only real issue is the dirt roads. VERY dusty. Be prepared for it. Not sure how many sites would accommodate large units, but did see a few there. The horseflies can be a nuisance, but not too bad. Two swimming pools, which is nice, one shallow one (up to 4 ft) and one up to 8 ft deep. Would consider camping here again. We camped at King Nummy Trail Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Review Count: 5 States Visited: 1 Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $40.00
We were pleasantly surprised. Seasonal s were a little old but all kept their grounds nice. Playgrounds were great. A little buggy but that is to be expected for being on the bay. Roads were not paved but packed hard with dirt so it was easy for the kids to ride bikes. Quiet hours respected. Showers were 25 cents but clean and good pressure. We did not have a sewer site but they have a honey wagon and dump station. Everyone was very nice. We would camp there again. We camped at King Nummy Trail Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 5 States Visited: 2 Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $40.00
This is a nice place. A clean campground as it need to be. There's a lot of seasonally but amazingly they are only there at the week-end. The quiet hour is at 11Pm and it's respected. One night some teens was speaking too loud past 11pm and it takes only few minutes before someone came to tell them to be a little more quiet. There's a friendly staff and they do cleaning every days. There's two large pools, a clean game room and the two kids playgrounds was looking brand new. Strangely there's no hand soap at the bathroom and no lock for the door shower. Only some sites are small every others are medium to large. Anyway, i've often saw smaller site than this at campgrounds in this area. My setup was a tent trailer with an awning and an extra 14' X 15' screen house and I got no problems with the fireplace and to park my car on my site. There's no activities but we easily found some neighbors friends with kids. There's no golf cart at all. So you can always walk in the middle of the road without any stress. At the week-end it's a little more dirty at the showers because there's about 60% more people at the campground (seasonally). But soon Sunday in the afternoon came they were back home. Strangely the campground look to be surrounded by a swamp but amazingly we got only 1 hour of shower during the 10 days we were there. By the way the campground look to have a very good drain system. Finally, it looks to be a hidden campground. It's a little far from the beach. But it's only a 10-15 minutes later thing than the seashore, holly shore and others campgrounds. A nice place to stay if you want to be quiet. We camped at King Nummy Trail Campground in a Tent Trailer.