We pulled in at 4pm and left the next morning at about 7:30AM to drive onto North Carolina. I found the staff very helpful, the sites adequate and location great. Fueling for gas and diesel very near the campground. Campground is less than a 1/4 mile from RT 81 but no road noise heard at all. Store and restaurant interesting and nice. Front porch of the store has a few chairs to sit a while, have coffee etc. I would certainly go back. Lots of RVers use this as their first stop on way down south and last stop on way home to New England states like MA, ME,NH and VT. The only reason it did not get a 10 is that a 10 would be 50 amp and more modern and more upgrades but believe me this is a nice place to be.
GREAT location for sure. Pretty sites but even the "ocean front" are really not on the ocean or view but you must walk through dunes on wooden walkway to get to the ocean but that ocean is gorgeous. The drive in road separates the salt water march from fresh water. Alligators are there, as are egrets and blue herons. Great trails to hike and bike. Across Rt 17 is the Brookgreen Botanical Gardens and small zoo. Amazing place. Better than being in Myrtle Beach campgrounds that are site on top of site, these sites are well placed and there is grass between sites and room to stretch. We recommend it and will be going back.