I camped here a few years ago during an April vacation. It was early in the season, so not all the loops were open. Our site in Deer Run had electric and was plenty large and level for our teardrop camper. The bathroom was spotless and shower stalls had all you would wish for, with seating and sufficient hooks. Though we had neighbors, the campground was quiet.
There’s a marina and boat launch, with the marina offering electric and potable water. Boat rentals include canoes, kayaks, rowboats and electric boats in season. There’s a playground for kids. They also have a swimming pool, but in 2021 it looks like hours are limited to weekends due to staffing, so don’t make that the sole reason for camping here. There are several different wooded loops and sites are generally level and spacious with fire rings, picnic tables, lantern poles, and fish-cutting tables.
Note that Water’s Edge loop does not offer electric and the bathroom facilities are under the store. This loop is open year round. Acorn and Deer Run offer electric and the bath house is in the center of the loop. Robin’s Nest loops is open year round and has a mix of campsites with and without electric as well as mini cabins.. The Blue Heron loop has 3 group sites(distinct from youth group sites in a different area). If you have a pet, note that they are permitted in Water’s Edge and Acorn loops.
In addition to the boating and fishing on site, Assateague State Park and National Seashore are about 45 minutes away to the northeast and Chincoteague to the south. Shad Landing made a great base for exploring the area and making a trip to the coast to watch the sunrise and seek out the wild horses. Ocean City is nearby if you need anything tourist-style activities, but this is a great place to get away. If you've forgotten anything, big box stores in Pocomoke City are only 10 minutes away. It’s important to note that the Milburn Landing campground at Pocomoke River is about 25 minutes away and less convenient for exploring the coastal attractions.