1 Park near Wanchese, North Carolina
Aug 2015 - $52.00
This is a very nice, well landscaped park, but it has absolutely no shade. Short term sites are along a seawall next to a pretty tidal pool. Sites are gravel, but pretty level. The only negative is the cable TV service. At check-in you are provided a converter box which you have to connect to your TV. The instructions are generic, so good luck in figuring out how to do it in your particular unit. It took me two days, two calls to the cable provider's tech assistance, and exchanging the box to finally get it working. (Park staff wasn't any help technically.) Three other neighbors also had problems, so I know it was not just me. How can a park that is modern otherwise have such an antiquated/obsolete cable setup! - Jallench
Jul 2015 - $74.00
This campground is in a secluded prime location on Roanoke Island in Manteo. It's within minutes to the outer banks where there is plenty of shopping.... restaurants and salt life. It has all level sites that are grass/gravel.... in the sun.... with zero shade. Utilities are good and in the correct location. Some sites face the pond but are back-in sites The manager lives in her motorhome in the park and is very accommodating. The roads are packed gravel....wide and in good shape. There are some seasonals but the c/g is clean... quiet and neat. The pool is decent but could use an update. The cable TV system is antiquated and you need to rent and install a park owned cable box if you want cable channels. Satellite reception is excellent. The WiFi is annoying.... useless.... and kicks you off every 8-10 minutes.
Overall the c/g is nice and we would visit again in the future. - Don-Deb
Feb 2015 - $40.00
Out of the way on the Wanchese end of Roanoke Island, the fisherman's end of the island. We loved it. The campground is quite new and sits on a salt water pond amidst miles of marsh grass. The woman who runs the place lives in a camper right in the park. A really lovely park. - Maine Divers