The beach is about a 1 mile walk or drive from the campground. The walk is lovely and I have seen deer, turkeys, many birds, skunks, raccoons, and other wildlife along the way. There are several osprey nests too. Many families bring bikes.
There are several camping areas at Rocky Neck - I think Crane is the best because it is quiet and the bathrooms are updated.
The tent camping area is in a field without much privacy or shade. I recommend setting up your tent at a traditional site.
The beach is great for relaxing and beach combing. The water is warm and shallow, very calm. No floats or toys are allowed in the water, not sure why. Don't bring your kite either as the Amtrak is next to the beach, it's interesting when it goes by!
Sometimes generators are an issue, but there are limited hours at which they can run.
Lots of dumpsters for easy trash disposal. Firewood available for a low price on site, don't bring any outside wood.
Campground is not too far from a Walmart if you forget something. There's a gas station close by too for ice.
This campground books up FAST, I usually book in the wintertime. I stay for a week at a time.