It is what it claims to be. You are quite a ways from the beach but the campsites are nice and shaded. They are mostly sand sites with paved roads. Restrooms/showers were cleaned daily but expect sand on the tile floor. It is unavoidable in that environment. Very tight entrance gates that secure the park at night with a keypad code entry. Watch your mirrors. I would not really want to take a LARGE MH in there, it would difficult to get it in the campsite. My 30 footer was not a problem. If you want to camp in the Florida version of a wooded area this is it.
Ocean front sites can not see the ocean but can hear it. Several very good beach access walkways with locking gates. Place is pretty secure with gate access to the park. Showers, restrooms, pool, etc were new and/or very clean. Roads were sand gravel but concrete pads and patios for campsite. WIFI was not usable unless you went to the office, do not expect it to work at your site. Cable was snowy and very weak. Desk people were very nice. Most of the park is filled with permanent park models. Some larger rigs had close corners to negotiate. I will probably try a park across the street from the beach next time.
This was a great overnight stop and we will use it again if it fits our schedule. The sites were somewhat sloping but not too difficult to level. Managers were very nice and met me at the MH to lead me to a site before I even got out of the MH, which was helpful because I arrived after dark.
We DID NOT STAY at this campground. The sign on the interstate should be taken down. It is run down, roads are too narrow to navigate with a motorhome of any size. I was very proud to get out of here without hitting something. I will attempt to come here again with my motor home.
Nice place, nice people. Good vacation spot. We were here before prime season, so the restaurants were a little scarce. A pretty long drive to Nags Head provides lots of options. Access to the beach was a little tough. It needs a few more stairs or a ramp.