This is one of those parks with an extremely active seasonal community of loyal regulars. Although there is supposedly a limited stay, we spoke with several folks who stay here for much of the winter. The campground itself is composed of small sites, close together, with the parking pad composed of dirty sand. It is impossible to walk in here wearing sandals, and keep your feet clean. The people here are really nice, which makes up for the campground deficiencies. Loyal campers have added many nice touches to the campground, including a small kiosk with bench from which one can dial-up the internet. We would return if we were in the area again, particularly if we picked one of the better sites.
We really enjoyed this campground and we sure weren't the only ones. Everybody we spoke with loves this place and returns year after year. Because stays are limited to 2 weeks, there is no seasonal community, but there certainly are loyal regulars. The modem located in the campground office is excruciatingly slow. We will return.
We had heard wonderful things about this campground, and it certainly could be just that wonderful, but it isn't. The park is beautiful; the ocean is wonderful; the sites are nicely situated. But, the mosquitoes, in January no less, rival those we remember from Wisconsin! Worse than the mosquitoes are the feral cats. There are at least 10 that we saw, and they hang around outside your rig every night and whine to be fed and let in. We're told that some of them have been neutered, but there are far too many, leading me to believe that some are reproducing. We tow a white convertible and every morning we'd wake up to dirty paw prints all over the car, the windshield, and the roof. This is an active adult park in the winter, with an active seasonal community and I can understand why some folks return year after year to spend time with friends. But as a campground for those who are travelling, this one is nothing special.
We enjoyed the view from the motorhome immensely. But we love walking the beach and this particular beach has deep sand and you sink in as you walk. So the beach was mostly to look at, not to enjoy. Brand new bathhouse to which they will add washers soon, which always improves the camping experience.
This park had the ambience I remember from our years of family camping in a pop-up--heavily wooded, lots of families, wide variety of rigs. We had our best campfires here and enjoyed walking from the campground to the springs. We didn't swim, but we saw others doing so, and the spring looked like fun.
Restrooms are old. Lakefront sites are really nice and because of how they're laid out, all are private feeling. Biggest problem was that the fire ring was actually under the canopy and the site had no room to wiggle away from that spot.
This is a great campground, especially for families with children. Lakefront sites are really nice on weekends. Folks next to us fished off the bank and actually caught several decent size fish. Beach area is also nice and cg is walking-friendly. Sewer sites are smaller; non-sewer sites are generally very large. On weekdays, you could easily camp in less-expensive non-lakefront sites and walk across the road to use the lake. The non-lakefront sites are especially large. Nothing in the area, however, including limited routine shopping access.