Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful open campground, lots of trees. All RV sites are pull trough. Lots of space between sites. Full hookups, only 30 amp. Lots of trails for hiking. No Wifi, cell service is excellent. We love this park. Only downside is because of the trees. satellite service is extremely hard to get. We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Shopping near by. All of the major stores are nearby.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
Nice campground, full hookups, easy access, paved sites, although slightly un-level (bring boards or levelers of you don't have power jacks), no fire rings (you may rent them), not a lot to do in the area, long walk to rocky beach along path with tick warnings. TV reception was good with stations from New Haven. WiFi available if you log in with your Brighthouse/Optimum/Time Warner/Cox account. We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $38.00
This campground is no longer a party town. NO ALCOHOL - NO PETS. Patrolled by local police several times per day. Nice clean quiet environment for families and kids. No Wi-Fi, limited air TV, get outside and have fun. We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $25.00
Beware! This place is a joke. If you are young and party all night; get drunk and are loud; like to throw up all night in the bathrooms, and wake up to drunk idiots asleep by your tent: this is the place for you. We stayed one night and by the next morning we were out of there. It was a horrible night. It wasn't camping. It was a night of being held hostage by the jerks next to us trying to chop down a tree at 3am for wood with a chainsaw. It was like the staff got out of Dodge at nightfall: and it was fend for yourself! We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Tent.
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $28.00
We stayed here for 3 days. We live on Long Island. There are a few sections of this park. There is a public area for picnics and heading to the beach, those areas are very very busy. There is another area for tents only, that area again was pretty busy but looked nice. Then there is your area for the RVs, that area is really beautiful. Our site was on the south loop and was shady, very quiet and bordered the forest area. We loved it. It was a full hook up site with lots of areas for the kids to ride their bicycles. It was very peaceful and it seems everyone in this loop were pretty quiet. The kids really enjoyed themselves and since are pretty close in West Islip, that was another plus. There is a camp store on site. Firewood was $7.00 and you have to rent a fire ring for another $7.50 for 1 night. If you do not take it back before 11am, you will lose your deposit. You have to drive to the beach from where we were, you can ride your bike but you cannot take your bikes down to the beach. There is very steep hill down to the beach, if you are with elderly etc walk it down first to make sure. The beach is very very rocky, you will have to wear water shoes. In the camping area we did not find any playgrounds. There is a public playground but it was packed with kids when we went. Again, the public areas are very busy, not the best if you have smaller children. I rated the park an 7, if there were other amenities such as a pool etc I would have rated higher. There was no cable either. The girls at the front desk are awesome, very nice and friendly. One thing I liked was the park police patrolled often and stayed at the front gate at night. Overall we liked the park a lot and would definitely stay there again. We were lucky to get reservations this time! We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $27.00
Nice campground, beach is OK very steep walk down to the beach. All sites in the T area are pull through. Brand new comfort station built this year(2007). Would go again kids had lots of fun. We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $38.00
For a state park, Wildwood is great. Its biggest drawback is that they do not allow animals. If you plan to camp there make sure you bring a fire ring of sorts. They do not supply them. The walk down to the sound is very nice and the sunsets can't be beat. We stayed in the trailer are which was very quiet. The tent area was very large, and seemed to be on the wild side of the campground. We camped at Wildwood State Park in a Tent Trailer.