Our family stayed at site 99 which is close to the bathhouse and camp host. It is also on one of the small roads that leads to a boardwalk to the beach. Thete are 4 boardwalks to the beach over the dunes so keep that in mind when booking your site. This is a pretty big campground and thereare many trees which are dense and it keeps a lot of the campsites private even though they may be close to each other. Some areas are more open with less privacy. The bathhouses are clean but not climate controlled in the summer so be ready for heat and humidity after showering. The staff, camp hosts, and rangers were allvery helpful. The campground is situated on the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach. We loved the beach here because we have six small grandkids and they could play in thewater without the worry of large waves and heavy tides. The park also has many awesome trails that you can walk or bike. Also, dogs are totally allowed on the beach as long as they are on a leash during any time of the day or night. There are no lifeguards on duty. There are many tent sites and e/w hook up sites. It definitely seemed to be tent heavy while we were there this time. We loved our stay here and have already booked a time to go back in April.