I agree completely with the previous review. This is a convenient CG for visiting the Sponge Docks and we enjoyed our walks into town. The CG contains mainly park models and there are probably 5-6 overnight spots. The sites are rock gravel, level, and have full hook-up in the rear (pretty sure I saw 50amp. Call ahead to make sure). There is a narrow cement slab for your chairs. I backed our 21' TT in easily but another larger trailer was not able to fit and left the CG. My best guess is that RVs 28'-30' will fit. Site was too narrow to open the awning fully. Owner was very friendly as were many of the guests. Laundry room had big front loading washers and dryers. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Don’t come here looking for a full-service resort. What you get is primarily a park-model situation with only a few really small transient spots. There’s no CATV but the amplified antenna pulls in 30 HDTV digital channels. The owner says there’s no Wi-Fi, but we received someone’s net quite well. Although we didn’t require it, he also advertised a restroom, shower and a 3-machine laundry. The really nice part is that you’re only a 10-minute walk from the Sponge Dock, an historical Greek village with lots of history. The restaurants serve beautifully done Greek food and the shops concentrate on sponge, hand-made soap and touristy stuff. The transient sites were great for our 30-footer, but a big rig would never fit. Be sure to reserve, as we saw another couple get turned away. Also, arrive with cash: they don’t accept credit cards. Could be considered a bit road-noisy, but it’s your choice: $ 100 for the KOA 10 miles down SR 19 or 35 bucks a night right here in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.