The camp sites were not level, the water pressure was very low, the dump station was gross, the site we picked showed a river view which it did not have, WiFi didn’t work, facilities were dirty. Cell service was non existent (sprint/t-mobile)
When I was younger and on a family trip. I loved staying here as a kid! I actually forgot it was in Delaware since it’s so close to where we grew up as kids in jersey!
We stayed here for one night and it was awesome! The campground is a little dated… but the tent site we had was perfect. Great hammocking trees :)
Stayed here for the first time. Very nice. Will definitely be back!
Stayed at this campground many times . Its large but very quiet and well maintained! Nice cabins also
This is a huge campground. It is 95% seasonal permanent trailers. We estimate close to 500 permanent sites. Some very well maintained, but most are on the "junky" side. There are limited RV sites and tenting sites. The RV sites provided water and electric hook up. There is a dump station which, when leaving, you need to go around the loop to get on the correct side. The tent areas are literally on top of the dump station. The RV and tent sites are on top of each other. Shower/bathrooms are clean. Staff is friendly. There is a camp store, pool, and activities. The campground is gated. Many people and LOTS of golf carts. They didn't enforce the over 18 to operate a golf cart! Lots of dogs. We have dogs so that is fine. All this is fine when you plan on not being at the campsite too often. But, we prefer a quieter campground so we stick to state parks usually. We booked this site because we waited to long to book Cape Henlopen. Can't say it is a bad place. Everyone was friendly. Just not our type of place to go and relax. We got lucky and our site, RV17, was the last site in the row of RV sites so we had no one on the back side of us.