Not bad

Lots of seasonals but all are friendly. Pull through spots are long but very narrow. Variety of sites for whatever your needs are. 2 ponds for fishing. Nice store and snack shop. Arena across the street has rodeos and demo derbies. Check the website for schedule. This is 1 of the more reasonably priced campgrounds in the area. Easy access from I 78.

Small but nice

This campground is kind of small, but it is laid out in such a way that it doesn't feel small. We had a creek site, which is neat because it was parallel to the creek, with the creek being on the awning side of the RV. Kayak and canoe rentals are available, but we had our own so did not use. Nicely stocked store and take out counter. Friendly staff, clean grounds, pretty many amenities. No pool but there i a splash park. East access from I 81 so a lot of overnighters stop here. Nice dog park.

Finally found our favorite

Plenty of room for big rigs. Sites are spacious and roads are wide. Hookups work great and it has the best wifi I've ever seen. Hotspots throughout the park. It is on the Rehobeth Bay. They have sites on the bay or on the shores of the lagoons. Restaurants, bars, pool, beach, dog park and beach, game room, well stocked store, the list goes on and on. We had to cancel this years trip there but just took a day trip and stopped in. They are still adding amenities throughout the park. The staff is excellent. Golf cart, kayak, and bike rentals are available. This is an excellent park to bike ride and kayak in. Just outside the campground is a public boat launch into the bay. It's a neat place to sit on the docks and watch the boats or fish. Crabbing and clamming can be done right at the campground. The offer a shuttle to Rehobeth Beach which is a great idea because the parking at the beach is limited.

Lots to do

Spotless. Plenty of room for whatever size tent or RV you have. Always lots of activities. Nice arcade and mini golf in an area set off to the side with a ferris wheel, merry go round, and other small kiddie rides. Usually have a band on Saturday evenings. Nice ice cream shop and on-site restaurant. 2 very clean pools and water slides. 2 nice dog parks. Needs a pond and more shade but still is one of the nicer parks around. Twin Grove is also one of the cheaper ones, and that is hard to believe because of all the offer. It also seems they take recommendations seriously. There were a few suggestions made in the past few years and those issues have been taken care of.

Not what it used to be

Lots of sites. Usually have availability. It has declined more and more on each visit. Grass isn't always cut, low voltage throughout the campground, building falling over and roped off with caution tape and that is not an exaggeration, games in arcade are dated and most don't work. Lots of drinking in public areas, such as the arcade and IN the pool. Store has the basics and the ice cream counter is nice. Some of the sites are tight to get in to, especially on the office side of the campground. The price is way too high for this campground. Paying close to $70 a night is outrageous for Robin Hill. Before cooperate bought it, it was a lot cheaper with family friendly pricing and much cleaner. Staff has always been friendly. Wifi is available but daily fee is expensive, and it was slow and intermittent.