This is what it is: a level field next to the airport with no hook-ups. It is dry camping. We used this as our base to explore the area: the blimp hanger (see the future us uncertain), the cheese factory, the 3-Cape drive, the lighthouse, etc. and the coast. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to boondock. We stayed in our 40 ft class A with no problems. Gravel road and the sites were level. Had lots of room to spread out in the grass, and much less road noise than the other RV parks. You'll find a picnic table and fire ring at the sites, and clean flush toilets at the pay booth. Paying your $10 is on the honor system when you come in, but there is camp host to help you out. Across the street is a fire wood stand that has the best deal in town. 5 or 10 dollars, again the honor system, will get you a big bundle of dry wood with kindling to put in your fire ring for the night. Enjoy! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean park. It's quiet at night; during the day there's some noise from the general aviation airport next door. Sites are gravel and grass, fairly level, with no shade. The gravel areas are narrow, but the sites are fairly well separated. Some sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Roads are gravel and dirt, in fair condition, adequately wide, with some potholes. If the wind blows the wrong way, there's a strong cattle smell. The stay limit is 14 days. Payment is by cash in an envelope. There are 2 centrally-located water faucets plus one by the restrooms. Verizon data service works very well. We camped here in a Motorhome.