We didn’t stay at the campground, but we drove through to check it out. We visited offseason (October) so the interpretive center was closed, and there were lots of open spots available. It’s shady and off the road, but the spots are fairly close together. The yurts looked great, but had very little privacy. It might feel very crowded and busy in the summer months. Everything was clean and tidy. It would be a good landing place if you’re wanting to explore Sunset Bay and the surrounding State Parks.
Clean campground with open sites. Easy walk to bay! Beautiful sunsets
This campground has everything and more! My only regret is making this the first campground in my family’s camping experience, the bar was set way high! There is a botanical garden, tide pools, swimming beaches, and very importantly, clean showers and bathrooms! It is so picturesque, it almost looks fake. There is a lighthouse that makes noise at night so I recommend earplugs to sleep. I wish I was closer to visit again.
I have been frequently this campground for 20 years and although a lot has changed in that time this campground seems to stay wonderful. Campsites are nicely maintained and practically on the beach with nearby hiking trails and pet friendly beaches. Campsites are pet friendly and nice sized with fire pits and picnic benches. Bathrooms and showers located nearby and the entire campground is very peaceful.
Pretty campground surrounded by large, old trees. Sites are small and close together, so limited privacy. I was able to show up and get a site for the night no problem. The roads are very narrow, so it might be difficult for large rvs to park. Close to the beach & perfect for tidepooling!
This is a great family campground. Walk to the beach on a nicely maintained foot trail, and there are other trails that wind through the trees. Close to Charleston harbor where you can go crab or fishing.
Beautiful coastal areas in close proximaty to the campground. Good facilities for most every type of camping, including hike and bike.
Sites are on the small side, little privacy. Rained but our tent was under a tree so the only thing that got wet was the fire wood.
Close to small fishy village, golf course next door, close to other golf courses, and other state parks, close to sand dunes.
This a great smaller campground. The beach is a quick 10 minute walk from the campground. The tide pools are amazing. We saw lots of starfish, sea urchin, crabs, and some eels & jellyfish.