If your looking for a nature campground this might be it. Very rustic with awesome trails. Lots of trees with changing leaf color and dropping. There are nice elevation changes which makes it feel like your in the Carolinas or Georgia. The river is nice to see but I wouldn’t swim or canoe it. Very fast and dark. The magnolia loop is better suited for larger campers. We are 35’ and are in the Magnolia loop but nearly hit a tree backing in. The park doesn’t have much in the way of amenities no septic nor washer or dryer.
This is an excellent campground for access to the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the sites have scrub bushes behind them hindering the view. But you can still see the ocean from a distance. The sites are roomy but not private. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Dogs are not allowed on the beach in the campground section but their is a gate at the South end that you can walk them to the beach there. Nice electric and water hook ups but no sewer connection must use the the dump station.
Campsite was pretty shaded and private on one side. Be sure to check the size of the site to the size of your RV. We fit on our site but wouldn’t have on others. The bathrooms had a backup issue in the shower and it smelled really bad. They repaired the problem the next day. The Campground isn’t walking distance to the beach you'll Need to drive to the parking area. Not and issue but wanted to share since the map makes it look closer than it really is. We had a great time and plan on returning soon.