We stayed here in a travel trailer overnight while traveling. We pulled in at night and it was drizzling rain. The site was a little tight and hard to maneuver into. The bathrooms and showers were not filthy, but were not cleaned well. There were spiders and bugs everywhere inside, a little creepy. In the morning we got a better look at the park. This is a very rustic pretty little park. Some sites back up to a lake that restricts swimming. There is a small museum.
This was one of our favorite campgrounds. We were in a travel trailer in the Shark Eye loop. The sites are wooded for privacy. No lines are allowed tied to trees. We arrived just when the fire restriction was lifted, so we had a nice campfire. The beach is nearby and beautiful during the day and night for moonlight strolls. The salt run is a good fishing spot and the kids enjoyed running after the hundreds of tiny crabs that live in holes in the ground there. Historic St Augustine is nearby...the negative thing we experienced was the busy bathrooms and lack of hot water...I guess we were there at a busy time, but this being the last stop of our 21 day 6 state camping adventure, it was the first time it happened. Anyway the water was lukewarm not cold so it wasn't horrible. We still loved this place so much we are talking when we will go back.
This campground is beautiful, book in advance to get a site close to the ocean. Since we were there is June, there were many mosquitoes. The camp store has many items, but very expensive. The showers would be nicer if they had doors for more privacy. Also there is no laundry.
The campground is a great base to sight see the area. We camped on the creek. This is a family friendly place. There were many children out playing..my kids had a great time. There is a pen behind the office with adult and baby goats. You can rent tubes for $4.00 and tube on the creek. It would be nice if there was some foliage or trees between the sites for more privacy or to make it feel more wooded. Also the bathrooms need some repair or upgrading. The windows without much effort could be easily looked into with a view into the shower area.I say this because I was at a campground once where some peeping tom kids did get up to the same type windows at night to look into the women's bathrooms. Also the doors on the showers and toilet stalls do not give complete privacy, my daughter pointed this out to me. Overall, the campground was OK and we would go back if in the area.
We chose this campground because of its close proximity to Colonial Williamsburg. The campground is also very close to shopping and restaurants. The bathrooms were being renovated, but were clean and had plenty of hot water. The laundry had 4 (if I remember correctly) washer/dryers, so I was able to do all my laundry in one shot. There were also video games, snack machines, books/magazines table and chairs in the laundry room. My children loved the pool, which was clean and had bathrooms as well. We had to change sites 2 times because we had decided to stay extra days to see Williamsburg. So if you are planning to stay longer than first planned try to advise the office asap. Apparently this park is very popular due to its location and gets booked. The sites were close together and not wooded. Also if you are allergic to dust I don't recommend this park. The roads are not paved and everytime a vehicle drives by a plume of smoke covers the area.
We camped here overnight while traveling to Virginia and were pleasantly surprised. The campground was very pretty. The bathrooms and showers were clean. My kids had a ball since there were many children out riding their bikes and playing at the playground. One problem we encountered is, as stated on another review, you need a 50' hose to reach the water hookup. We did not have water hookup that night.
We camped on the lake. This park is very beautiful and peaceful. The sites are pea rock, so you do not track in dirt. The bathrooms and showers were clean. I did laundry here and only had to run the dryer once per load. There is fishing and a war museum.
This campground is beautiful. It is manicured and well maintained. The staff is friendly and delivers ordered firewood to your campsite. If you do laundry here, be prepared to run the dryers more than once to dry your load. I had to run the dryers twice for a normal load. Also bring supplies needed. There are some small markets within driving distance that carry limited items, for meats and additional items, you will need to drive to Brownsville (believe the closest town) for more extensive shopping.