Only stayed here for one night. My daughter said the restrooms were really dirty. Short walk over the dunes to a beach. Sites were just ok...all sand and not really level. Probably would not stay here again.
Good place to stay if you want to check out the Williamsburg area. This was a nice little campground with short driving distance to the pottery factory, Busch Gardens, Water Country, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Not much to do in the campground itself. There was a pool, maybe 3 or 4 arcade games, and a very small playground. (I shouldn't call it a playground, It was a swing set with a small slide) Bathrooms were ok and under construction. Pretty clean. If you are just looking for a place to sleep after exploring the area it is perfect. If you are looking for a campground with a lot of amenties and activities, try somewhere else. As someone else mentioned the dust was bad. Everytime someone would drive by, your site would get dusted...even when going very slow. They charge you for a fire ring which I have never run into before. Only $2.00 for length of stay which is not much but, like I said, I was never charged extra anywhere for that before. The people at the front desk were nice but the campground store was very limited and had short hours. Luckily, there is a Super Walmart a short drive away. I would stay here again.
Stayed here for the first time and my kids are already asking when we can go back. There is a lot to do right in the campground...mini-golf, water park, western theme park, arcade, playgrounds. There is also a bus that will take you to ocean city or Aseteaque State Park which was great. You could stay here for a week without a car and not get bored. The site was a good size. Even though you are right next to people, I thought we had plenty of room. Check-in was very quick as we did the pony-express. It only took 3-4 minutes. It was nice to pass the long line of campers who didn't choose that option and were waiting to check-in. The only thing that I didn't like, were the roads. We saw a couple of kids almost get hit because there are tons of bikes, golf carts, cars and trucks everywhere. I know that is to be expected with that many people but I would not let my 10 and 7 year old ride around alone, like I have done at other campgrounds. It was too busy and too big. Although, I didn't let mine, a lot of other people did let their young children run free, and I was surprised nothing really bad had happened. Other than that, this was a great place to stay and I will be going back at some point.