This is a great park that allows you to walk to the beach from your site. The landscaping is OK but not the best you will find. The sites are fairly spacious in some areas and tight in others. They are limited on 50 Amp sites. The only detraction is it is very sandy, and you will track a lot of it inside. We had a great time, met some very nice folks here, and will be returning.
This is a beautiful park. The campground has a tent section, and a pet and no pet section. Many of the sites are waterfront. The only drawback is the roads and sites are tight for larger rigs. The park itself is wonderful. There are 3 beach areas with great parking, snack bars, and facilities. There are bike paths that will allow you ride a 10 plus mile loop. There are hiking trails and kayak rentals here. There is an old fort to tour also. You can stay here for a week and not run out of fun things to do.
A pretty nice older park. One row of sites backs up to I95 and would be noisy, avoid those if possible. The sites were narrow, short and not quite level. There is no landscape barrier between sites. The park is about 35-40% mobile homes. The pool was nice. Gated entrance, so security seemed very good.
You can get a direct Ocean front site here and see the Ocean from your windshield. They have a camping store with supplies and snacks at the front entrance. Everything is sand and you will track it in your rig. There are no real facilities for your pets, but you can take them on the beach, if leashed and you clean up after them. We had a nice time and may return.
A very nice RV resort. They have a large development and tons of activities. There are mostly permanent residents, but many spaces are available to rent. The pads were concrete and grass grows up to them, so you don't track in too much dirt. The folks here are very friendly.
We were happy with our stay here. The park is very large with hundreds of sites. It only fills up for the state fair. There is no shade and no real amenities. We liked it because it was very convenient to our family and every thing we wanted to do in Raleigh. There are not many campgrounds in Raleigh, and this one is the most centrally located. The park is extremely well maintained by the fairgrounds staff.
A beautiful RV resort. The nicest one we have stayed in. Everything is landscaped or covered in gravel, no dirt to track inside your RV. Every site had a tiki hut in the rear. Most of the sites are on the water. The sites are close together, but divided by landscape plantings, so privacy is good. The grounds are extremely beautiful, they have thousands of palms here.
This is a great place to stay if you want to visit Charleston, or just to enjoy the awesome park facilities. The park is very large and very nice, with plenty of things to do. They have a huge dog park and a rock climbing wall. There are hiking and bike paths to tour the whole park. They have a festival of lights starting in November that is ranked as one of the best in the country. Our site was nicely shaded and had a fire pit.