Very clean! Mostly seasonal residents with new and properly maintained sites. Very friendly, as almost everyone waved when we went by. Pool was open and monitored. Office staff was so nice. We had site 217 in the back. Was difficult to pull in to but the lot size was big. Lots of mosquitos tho-I was eaten up so bring repellent! Very private and quiet place. They have rules in place and it seems everyone follows them. No loud music or partying all night here. 25-30 mins to ocean city boardwalk.
At arrival we went straight our site,68. Large paved pad and huge grassy area around it. Trees around but none directly on the lot keeping us shaded and exposed and different times of the day. Very quiet. Fishing dock, and walking path. Across the pond is boat rentals and a zip lining. Great area. Def adding this to the list of places to return!!
Check in was easy but the roads are narrow and we had a hard time getting on to site 145. We had seasonals in front and behind us who weren’t very friendly and one woman looked annoyed we were there. Our neighboring transient campers were very nice. The campground is PACKED! Very busy with kids and golf carts-even kids driving golf carts. We didn’t take advantage of any of the activities and I heard a band playing Sat night, although it was hard to hear over the music each seasonal group seemed to be playing. If your a young party goer, than this could be a fun place. Just wasn’t our thing. We did have a great time tubing on the river. Have someone drop you off at Hawkins Bridge and float down to the campground. A little over 2 hour ride.
Almost all seasonal campsites w a few transient. Wasn’t thrilled with our site as we were really far from everything. F15. We’ll go back again and be closer to the front. Check in was really easy, girls at the desk were very nice. We got a cable box at check in and WiFi worked well, but not well enough to use Netflix. Very clean. Overall, very nice. Activities still closed bc of covid :(
We were sad to find out it’s no long a Yogi Bear Campground, only Adventure bound. Everything else is the same, just no friendly bears. We stay 3 weeks ago during covid and there were limited activities. Dj in the rally field was fun and the train rides were up and running.
The campground has def changed in the last 10 yrs. Cabin rentals are everywhere and have replaced a lot of transient camper sites and it seems like many more seasonals than before. I booked another trip for Halloween.
We had a nice site that backed up to a small creek. Very scenic and laid back campground. Mostly older folks. Very quiet except for the neighbor who rode his quad for hours on end. We went during Corona so no amenities were open. If you just need a place for a quiet weekend, this is it, but I can see how not many would enjoy it. Look at the map when selecting a site. The sites in the center are like a parking lot. Small, no shade and wide open. We prefer the creek side sites.
We’ll never come back here!!! Campers are packed in so closely most can’t open their awnings. Our door is about 5ft from the neighbors sewer drain and we’re inches from a tree on the other side. Flies everywhere, zero privacy (we can’t even open the blinds. My neighbor sneezed last night and we could hear him from ours. Nothing to do here if you don’t have a boat. Seasonal campers look like they’ve been here 20yrs+. Some newer ones, but not really. Unattended dogs. If we weren’t so far from home, we would’ve left already. Tomorrow can’t some soon enough!