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This campground is very tight, the campsites are on top of each other, and it is filled with kids and very loud teens. The quiet hours are disrespected and it reminded me of dorm living...screaming, blaring music, etc.
The amenities are nice if you want lots of activities for your kids...the…
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Dirty bathrooms, check. Tight quarters, check. Confederate flag license plates, check. Confederate flag t-shirts, check. Baby’s first confederate flag onesie, check. If I could give negative stars I would. As my son said, “what’s with all the flags? Take the L, losers.”
We stayed in the G loop which is the group loop off the side of all the main loops. We were tent camping. If staying in the main loops, the center rows barely had room for tents and looked aimed for RVs. It would have been very tight if we tent camped at some of the inner loop sites. The tent sites…
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This is a small state park with two loops, one with and one without electric hookups. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables. There is a dump station available. Sites are level, in a loop around the bath house. There are also a few cabins available to rent. There's a small $1 surcharge for out of…
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The really great aspect of Delaware Seashore State Park is your close proximity to the water. The park is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian River, and Indian River Bay. The park has two separate campgrounds divided by the Indian River Inlet. We stayed at the southern campground but both…
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This is a great state park with nice campground and lots to do within the parks' 7,000-acre boundary. And, we do mean LOTS! Yes, there are the standard 13 miles of hiking and biking trails but there are also basketball courts, disc golf, boat launch with kayak rental, ranger-led programs, a nature…
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Was a nice campground was close to home. Have nothing bad to say. Heated pools were a nice bonus as well camp sights are tight.
This campground is large and spots are close together and crowded during summer beach weekends. The owners are wonderful, the facilities are well maintained. They even have security at night - you can't get in without a parking pass. Close to the beach, state park, the outlets and a great bike…
Had a great weekend trip here, close to DC and Delaware. Wonderful hiking trails with river views. Only caveat- got pretty muddy since it rained the day before and our site didn’t have a tent pad. Firewood and minimal supplies available at the check in.
They stopped being yogi 2 years ago. Place was nice when we went a lot to do for kids they had fun. A lot of room and fun things to do. Would go back even know it’s not yogi anymore
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My husband and I have stayed at Elk Neck twice. It’s a great campground with lots of different loops to choose sites from. The bath houses are very clean, and the folks responsible for their upkeep are great. There are sinks for washing dishes outside the bathhouses, making cooking cleanup very…
Our tent site was on a slope, and completely flooded the fire ring. The fire ring was also missing the grilling grate. The showers were broken and you have to pay for them. All the drink machines were busted and the mosquitos were unbearable. I contacted the company and they basically said too bad,…
Secluded. Spacious sites. Firewood available. No facilities. Quiet.
Quiet and clean always been this way since 1980 for us. Larger sites and quiet areas near the beach,
I stayed here for two nights with a friend, and it was serene and beautiful. There were nice, easy hikes in or near the campsite, and the location about halfway between Philadelphia and Washington, DC, was perfect.