This park is small. It has one main loop that really should be marked as one way. We had a site on the creek. It was very pretty but we were on top of the people on either side of us. The sites are very small. The pool was clean and the restrooms were OK. It was a rainy weekend so the mud factor was evident in the restrooms and bathhouse. We saw the staff cleaning quite frequently. The playground was nice and the mini golf was free. It is a very child friendly, pet friendly campground. The only drawback other than the size was the noise level. Since there is only one loop, vehicles are passing by the campsites all day and late into the night.
We stayed on the Northeast loop for two nights. We camped here with our four children and two dogs. The facilities were clean and the park was beautiful. We are going back in September for a mini family reunion. The playground on this loop is a bit run down but there is a great playground next to the camp store and another great playground at the beach. We recommend water shoes or sandals as the beach is rocky and rough on little feet. The Northeast loop is pet friendly and has electric and water which we felt we needed in July. However, it is the sunniest of the camping loops. If electric and water is not on your list of necessities, there are great sites on the Wye, Elk, Choptank and Miles loops.
We camped here over a weekend in June this year. It was our first time at this park and we had a great time. The facilities were clean, the staff was great and the park was quiet. Since it was a summer weekend at the shore, the park was rather full. You need to drive to the beach because it is too far to walk with small children. We plan on going back next summer. Since this is a Delaware state park and we are not residents of Delaware, the rate per night was slightly higher than for state residents.