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Campground is clean safe and quiet.
Staff is hostile and rude site is crowded and unattractive it’s expensive $40 per night. We were evicted because we have a Nature’s Head composting Toilet. They require plumbed in black water.
We enjoyed our stay here. My parents stayed in a bunkhouse and my husband and I stayed on the adjacent site. Bunkhouse is very basic but clean. Sites are well spaced with lots of types to choose from. More wooded, close to beach, open fields.
The beaches where pretty
Everything is close and you can bike practically everywhere
The campsite wasn't as expected or advertised as completely wooded behind our site. There was a wine store behind us with a nightlong glaring light and other sites had new construction behind them without screening. The bathrooms lacked soap and could have used some cleaning. The selling feature…
Great time! Would have been nice if they had a place to swim (in the camping area) besides for at the main park.
Spent a week while travel nursing. Quiet and peaceful. Lots of sand!😂
Nice and clean bathrooms,beautiful beaches but sites don’t have full hock-up, just a few have water and electric, no sewer. The do have dump station. They are very strict with controlling the entrance and if your name is not on the list they won’t let you in. There is a small convenience…
Close sites with no privacy. Short walk to beach.
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Nice campground, friendly people and staff. Really nice that you can walk to the trails/beach and Rocky Neck. Bathrooms could be nicer, but not bad. Would stay again.
Resort is the right word! We went in cooler September during Covid, so we couldn’t take advantage of all the amenities, but we’ve already decided we need to book a trip for peak season next summer. We had two sites side by side for our group of 7 and two dogs. The staff will deliver wood right to…
Very well maintained, clean and picturesque. Go in late September when the kids are back to school and there are very few campers. Holiday weekends are crowded but the sites are large and spread apart. No hookups but that's ok if you are self contained. Plenty of bath/toilet facilities and close to…
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Great first experience. Had onsite bathrooms and showers that were clean. 1 minute walk over the dune to the Atlantic ocean. Will definitely be back. (Only have it 4 stars because I don’t have anything to compare to)
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This campground is one of the largest ones we have ever visited. You will need to dry camp if you have an RV but they have several dump stations throughout the park. It is primarily tent campers but those days are in our distant past. Plan to arrive early or on an off day as check-in can create…
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