The park is overrun with golf carts driving around all day and night long - and to nowhere basically - they just drive around and around. There is no rules at this campground at all. The park is very big and mostly seasonals which have been here for a long time. They have a small beach area, and when I called, they told me they just got two truck loads of sand in just for the Memorial Day holiday. Which was true - and those 2 truck loads were dumped on the beach and stayed there the whole weekend. No one bothered to spread out the sand at all. The bathrooms were old, and didn't have any soap or towels in them. The golf carts are going all day and especially into the night, with young kids also driving them. They take over the camp roads, so there is not any area for people to walk. On our last night, we had a drunk back into one of the campers in our party. It hit us so hard, we thought the camper 'leg' had given out. We went to the store to get the 'security' which was a joke. He did come out to the site, but wasn't much he could do, and he was just very unsympathetic to the whole situation, and was like "yeah, we know people drive around drunk", and they don't care. Luckily no one got hurt, but with no rules at all, something unfortunate will happen to someone. The dump station was also not working as we were trying to leave, they supposedly had another one, but when we called the office/store, whomever answered had no clue to where it was. We left and went to another campground near our home to dump. Very disappointed in this place, and we will not be back. We stayed in sites 151, 152, and 153. They were OK size, 50 amp, w/e only. They also do not have any fire rings at the site. A new picnic table, though. The sites were grass/dirt sites. We camped at Monroe Bay Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
Park is an old one. Has some pretty lousy looking older metal trailers with a lot of mildew on them which could easily be cleaned up. Parked me next to a 1950s model GMC bus with a shed attached which was falling apart and a tree had grown up through the bumper long ago. Park is very clean and people were friendly and helpful, being good neighbors. Some have decks and invite you over to visit. I had some trouble and one longterm came to help. Great guy, would go back again. Offers boat storage also with a boat ramp and tiny cafe with good hamburgers and corn nuggets, ice, propane and some parts. We camped at Monroe Bay Campground in a Travel Trailer.