Nice place, we stayed opening weekend so many amenities were closed. Ordered firewood that didn't show up for 24hrs, but they gave me a free bundle so… Our site was nice and would be private once the trees fill in later in the season. Water pressure was good. Overall, I would recommend as a place to try once.
Nice campground with big sites. Lots to do despite covid. Hiking trail with large rock garden and legit hidden tomb.
There are a lot of full-time sites and gas carts buzzing around. Bikes are a no-go due to very steep hills and campground regs. Overall, nice place.
First, I'll agree with Gayle that water pressure was 18psi. Aside from that, the campground is clean and the staff is friendly. They had activities that my kids enjoyed. Pool is in good shape, along with a bounce pillow and several playgrounds. I did not like the complete openness of the park, the sites are stepped up a hill so there is really no privacy. The trail up the hill is large gravel and treacherous on a bicycle. Make sure you have leveling tools as the sites are not very level side-to-side. The sites are also small and tightly packed. We also saw a large black snake on the playground near us. The staff did promptly remove though.
I liked this place. Despite the shutdowns with Corona, they made every attempt to hold activites every day. You had to sign up for pool slots, but there was plenty of openings. Pool was lovely and well maintained. There is an 11 mile rail trail across the street as well. The negative would be the number of long term sites, but the campground was overall clean and the staff were all very nice.
Very family friendly park. Close proximity to the beach. Lots of family friendly activities. Full stocked camp store.
Very family friendly park. Cabins, RV, Tent - full amenities. Lots of things to do. A little pricy, but worth it especially with kids.