1 Park near Cheriton, Virginia
Jun 2015 - $60.00
It's a great park if you like to fish or crab. The pools and water park were really nice and not crowded. Alot cleaner than most parks we've been to. However the restrooms/bathhouses were messy and definitely need to be upgraded. No hooks or shelves in shower stalles and several had broken plumbing. The golfcourse is outdated and had several maintance issues. I will admit that the views were great and everyone was friendly, overall a good park. Yes, we will consider staying again. - Skip the hammer jiblet
Apr 2015 - $43.00
We have stayed here twice, once in the spring, once in the fall--from descriptions of others, we're glad we haven't been here during summer season. Park is well maintained and attractive--our off-season weekly rate water view site was $43 a day. Many conveniences include a store, a good restaurant, a laundry. We would give the 725 site park a top rating except that there is no recycling and no advice on where to find recycling centers--environmentally irresponsible. - meanderingman
Apr 2015 - $43.00
I love this place. Normally we tent camp but took a travel trailer here. It's just easier when you have more people and the weather can get hot.
I was so heartbroken for this place when I heard about the weather related accident this past year- they seem to have bounced back.
Management is usually good and helpful. The sites are a little smaller and closer together than some places, but there's lots of waterfront sites available, it's clean and there's tons to do. Fishing, boating, swimming, clamming, crabbing....you name it. It's a super summer place to kick back with the family and they are really good about having lots of different entertainment type options and events for all ages. The kids are never bored here. And if you don't have good luck with your fishing and shellfishing endeavors you can walk right down to their little store and buy some fresh seafood to throw on your grill. Good camp store on site too.
The only thing that bugs me is that darned Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Costs about $25 to go across (ouch) and it's a heck of a long scary bridge. I am not a bridge fan and this is one of my least favorite bridges. Cherrystone is worth it though. Best time to go is in the summer when you can really take advantage of all the water activities it has to offer. - Metaphormidable