My favorite military campground, ID necessary, and a great spot for family time. The intercoastal waterway is right there, as well as the beach and a military shopette. We have found many shark teeth on the beach and made great memories wake boarding and relaxing.
This is a great place for any military or retired military member to go. The beach is amazing and the sights are nice too.
This is absolutely one of my favorite places to stay! It is right on the beach, a little store is right there for your convenience and there is plenty of space for walking, riding bikes, etc. The area itself is beautiful, the buildings are exceptional. The only downfall is it takes about 20-25 minutes to drive back to civilization. 😂 This is bad only if you don’t bring enough food/drinks to the beach with you. Otherwise, it’s a great escape from the rest of the world!
We loved it. You must have a DOD ID for access. Right on the beach and a C store right there. Nice showers and bathrooms. No service for AT&T or WiFi. Nice and quiet.
This is a tiny campground open to military, DOD employees and their family. Off season it’s pretty easy to get reservations. During the peak season, not as easy. This isn’t the place to come if you like your privacy as the sites are on top of each other. Electic, water, sewage and cable (bring your own cable) are included in price.
You have to have been in the Military to get on base !
Absolutely beautiful place to relax..
Camp Lejeune offers some nice cabins great for a weekend getaway. Typically only accessible to military. Will have to get a guest pass at the gate. Could prove troublesome depending on the time of day. Located directly on the beach. There are plenty of things to do for a first timer. Would not recommend for those familiar with the area already.