We were happy next to this beautiful lake in site 082 in loop BLOO for two nights. Lovely shaded sites with very little traffic, although the park appeared to be about 80% occupied. There are several Corps of Engineers campgrounds on the lake with plenty of opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming,and picnicking. We plan to try them all.
We really enjoyed this campground. We were assigned a nice level spot, escorted to the site, and our host stood by and chatted as I did the hook ups. Loved the dog park and wished we had brought our dog as we watched a Black Lab happily at play. The showers have just been remodeled and were nice, hot, and very clean. I topped off my LP before I left. The hosts and staff were all very friendly and helpful. We'll be back to this campground and bring our fishing poles.
It is early April and much of Outer Banks has not opened. We ducked in to this campground after 6 p.m. in high winds and an oncoming gale. No one was on duty so we took an envelope which directed us to a site on the full hook up Ocean premier lane. There were only about eight to ten other RV units in the camp. It was a terrible storm with high winds and blowing rain squalls. The next morning we ran to the bathhouse on this lane and found the doors locked! When I checked out the attendants did not seem concerned and said if we wanted showers we could now take them in one of the other bath houses. For $65, I consider this poor management and the camp a poor selection. We do not plan to come back to this campground.