Great location for travel on I-95. About mile from highway so noise limited. Very well maintained and hosts are helpful. I'm not much of a fan of KOA system these days but this one is a winner. Located about 100 miles south of Richmond, VA on I-95.
Fairly typical state park campground. Sites tend to be in open areas with limited trees for shade. This would be a rather hot place in summer weather. Beautiful natural area with very long and isolated beach to enjoy. Prefer the campsites at Myrtle Beach State Park but this park is much more separated from the noise of the MB urban area.
Campground has four loops. Loop D is intended for larger RVs and trailers, over 30 feet. There are no hookups but there is a dump station (one station). This is a very wooded park and sites are large. Quiet area even though near major highways. Facilities are somewhat dated, probably due to NPS budget problems so that is reason for lower rating. This is an excellent spring/fall park but would be more challenging in summer due to lack of electricity for air-conditioning. On my visit, camped in loop D, where mix was about 50/50 tents and RVs. Many users were from outside the Washington Metro area. An inexpensive way to camp near Washington, DC, for those with experience to handle the constraints of limited RV services. There is a walking path to subway located on loop D at about site 145; ranger told me distance is about 1.5 miles. Need to be able to drive because camping is located several miles from park entrance.
Located on Chesapeake Bay so can walk over dunes to a beach. Sites vary from being in sandy, sunny areas to being in woods. Park is located between the bay and a busy parkway with some sites located very near the parkway. We visited in the off season and could pick our site; during busy periods some sites could be rather noisy due to the traffic.