This has to be the worst campground I ever stayed in. I came to this location because it was close to NASCAR. It was 90 degrees and the pool wasn’t open. Looks like it has been inoperable for some time…wish they would have told us. The limited sites that they have are very small with one utility pool per 2 sites. Every other RV parks in opposite direction…meaning my door was facing my neighbors door. I think my awning and my neighbors were only a few feet apart. The seasonal campers weren’t just seasoning it appears they live there with make shift enclosures over very old travel trailer. Not a very desirable clientele. You had to pay for WIFI, bathrooms were dated and at this cost I would have expected a much nicer campground. This is a quick overnight stay location that shouldn’t cost more that $25-$30 dollars.
Wasn't particularly thrilled with this campground. I know it was early in the season so I didn't expect much. I was just looking for a CG close to Mystic to spend a few days with my boys. However, I didn't see much I would want to come back to. Sites and roads aren't the greatest. Water pressure was low all weekend and my inlet screen for fresh water was filled with dark mud when I disconnected. Pressure was poor to even do a good black tank clean out. Facilities need some updating.
This is a rather expensive campground. I am put off by campgrounds who charge per kid ($10 per night). I have 4 kids and you can do the math. But the location and cleanliness were good. Campsites are tight and barely fit the tow vehicle on site with trailer. Very strict with quiet hours and fires are put out at 11:30. The bathrooms were clean but a little dated. I really don’t have to many complaints. Sites were raked after previous camper left. Staff in office/store where very friendly.
I think this is a great campground. A lot of seasonals but no issues. In order to make the appearance of this campground better the management should stay on top of some of the seasonal sites and require that they maintain their TT. Many were old and looked like they haven’t moved or have anything done to them in years. The pool areas are nice, the staff was very friendly and the grounds crew was always cleaning sites or other areas. The bathrooms are very dated (but clean) and might be the only reason I don’t rate this campground higher. This was my 3rd time there and would go back.
Brialee was recommended to me. After I missed the rear entrance I ended up using the front. Yes it was hilly but it was manageable. We stayed in the "new" section with full hookup. The site was small and surface covered with rocks...not the best surface. Kept getting power surges that made my microwave "beep" all night with each surge. As my wife said..."bathrooms are the dirtiest we have ever been to". OK..on the plus sides - The price is good and love that it includes all kids. There were plenty of activities for the kids. The beach was a big plus for wife and kids. I think overall it is a good campground that I might visit again.
I have been coming here since I was a kid. This is the best Campground by far and justifiably rates top in the country. The facilities are second to none and the granite counter top bathrooms are spotless. Staff are friendly and always doing something around park. As others have mentioned, they continue to reinvest in the campground to make it even better. You get what you pay for, so I do expect to pay more. What I dislike about all campground is the added price per child. Camping is a family activity and prices should always be for entire family. Be back soon!!
Just came back from Cherry Hill last week. The campground's location is awesome. About a two mile ride to the Metro stop. I would definitely stay there again but I would not rate this as a 5-star RV resort. The facilities are a little dated and campsites small. It appears the owners have all the right intentions but may not have the staff to maintain the park. Just don't get your hopes too high. Its nice but its all about location location....
Ok so lets start with the negatives. Bathroom are out dated and are not cleaned as often as they should be. Fishing pond yielded zero fish. Did not see a big presence of staff doing maintenance and other type roles around campground. On the positive side: the pool was awesome. The pirate ship and slides was enjoyed by all ages. Campsites are large and spaced out nicely. Beautiful part of NH. Would go back!
This was our first time to Myrtle beach, and Pirate Land was recommended to us. Its all about the location. We were in site 769 which was awesome. We were 100 yards from the beach and short walk to pool. Kids like being on the inlet/lake as well. Requested to be on site that awning faced inland but the wind was still too strong most of the time to stay out. Pool area was nice with lazy river. Site was large but a little tight getting in at first. Overall not a bad place but could use some modernization and Wi-Fi was poor. The older seasonals' trailers make campground look rundown a little. But because of location would go back.
Place was very nice: I was pleasantly surprised. Staff was very friendly and got an escort to the site. All young staff was very courteous and went out of their way to say hi. Love the beach front area and cafe. Site was clean and seasonal campers were friendly. I was in full hookup site "D" which was fine. A lot of hills and bike riding for kids was minimal. I would definitely go back!
Overall the campground met my expectations. It is a no frills campground with no planned activities for kids. It rained one day and not have a rec hall or other type of activity as disappointing. What sells this place is the location. It is .9 miles from the beach. However, with four kids and all the beach gear that is required I did not attempt to walk it. We did however walk it one night and the kids were fine. I used the bathroom and showers once and I would describe them as primitive and reminds me of camp when I was a kid. They were however clean. The campsites are tight and the place was full of tents and popup trailers. The staff was friends and security was very important. Wi-Fi is terrible and I ended up using my own air card for my laptop. Did not like the 11am check out. All that said I would consider returning
For the cost I thought it would be better. Of course I had to pay the extra money for 4 kids which brings the cost up. The pool is rather small for the amount of campsites and the little beach area was packed. My wife liked the "old school" campsites that were shady. Very tight roads (I was escorted to site). I have a 29 ft travel trailer. Some sights are rather tight but mine (R7) was good. Electrical service kept tripping off when used microwave. Do not like the 11 AM checkout; it could at least be 1 PM. We will probably go back and try to get on of the lake sites (near #89).
This is a nice campground but not a 5-Star...as mentioned there is a lot of seasonal campers. We went with friends and had a good time. The two pools were open but it was still their off season so no activities for kids. New dog park was a nice addition.
Nice campground. Didn't love the fact that there were minimum sites with sewer. My site #90 wasn't the greatest very uneven roads and sites. I would rather be in the high hundreds (already picked out #198) Staff was right on you with rules. While I was dumping, the family waited at site and staff commented to family that check out is noon. Also fire restriction are enforced. Overall facilities are good and would go back.
My wife and I were pleasantly surprised. We stayed here for 5 days with our 4 kids. We were right on Main St with an easy walk down to the pond/beach. The bathrooms/showers were ok. I think the only draw back would be if the weather didn’t cooperate. The pond/beach area makes this a very desirable campground but if the weather isn’t good, the campground's overall facilities are rather dated and I am not sure I want to be stuck in a camper with 4 kids. No issue with electricity or sewage and it appears the campground is going through some upgrades. We plan on returning next August and will cross our fingers for good weather.
The campground was what was expected. Nice but not great. The seasonal sites are much larger than those for the weekend traveler. My kids loved the swimming pond and the staff was very nice. I guess in my opinion you get what you pay for: a nice inexpensive campground for a weekend stay. It was worth the stay.
This was my first time back to Nomandy Farms in over 25 years since I was a kid (2nd generation RVer). My family is all new to RVing and this was their first trip. The campground is a little expensive but you get what you pay for. Bathroom and grounds are perfect. Staff is constantly cleaning. Wife and kids loved it. My only concern is I set the bar high for the family and they may expect Normandy Farms as the benchmark. Best Campground out there!