Fairly close to Virginia Beach, but even closer to Oceania Naval Air Station where hoards of very loud F-18's fly by very regularly. We were there in off-season, so some sections of the campground and many of the amenities were closed such as the snack bars and 3 of the 4 pools. Some of the restrooms/showers were also closed, and it would have been nice if we were informed of this when we checked in. The camp store also had very limited hours, again being due to the off-season. When we called in August and inquired about staying there in September, we were told that there was a free shuttle that went from the campground to the beach, however, it turns out that this shuttle only runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. However, the campground does have a fairly large parking area that can accommodate RVs that is a short walk to the beach, so we ended up doing this. There was Wi-Fi available, but it cost an extra $5 per day.
We went here during the off-season, yet many of the times that I went with my 2 sons to shower or use the restroom, the facilities were full. There were only 3 showers and two toilets in each of the facilities. I would hate to see how difficult it would be to get a shower during peak season. The Wi-Fi was very slow even though I had a strong connection. The rate was $55 per night, which I consider to be high, and then on top of it they charged an additional $5 a night resort fee. This was not much of a resort: just a campground much like most other campgrounds that I have been to that did not charge resort fees. The firewood was also very, very expensive: costing about $8 for 5 tiny pieces of wood. However, the staff was very nice. My kids really loved the jumping pillow.