We did not actually stay at this park; had reservation & did not accept site after arrival. Reserved this in April & owner was not truthful as to what was available for sites. OBTW,It is cash only,no CC(we were aware of that) Sent in $100 deposit by check. On arrival a young man(teenager) checked us in and thought we had a pop up which we clearly indicated on reservation a 31 ft Class C/towing. Took us to a site that was uphill/grass/rocky and no sewer & were told to empty our grey tank on the ground.....& they would pump out the black.(environmentalists have at it:) We said this would not work for us & got our check back & asked about deposit and were given $50 back (which was OK w/us) FYI:The rates were $50 & told $25 passport rate but July 4th would be $110. Why bother w/passport?? Liars can figure and figures can lie. I will say the lake looked nice but the rest definitely poor. Would not recommend.
Stayed 2 nights as a stop-over. Had a new drive thru site with patio/firepit and wicker patio furniture provided. Up on a hill overlooking rest of park & was great. This is part of continued renovation by owner per the staff. Staff very friendly & helpful kudos to the rec director. Lots of families/kids;a little off the beaten path but a beautiful area. The roads within the park need a little better engineering directional sense. The other park sites are mostly grass but believe upgrades are forthcoming. Store is nice; did not use pool. Would stay again.
No early checkins -- 1pm is it & strict. They send you down the road 4 miles to another parking lot to wait. They do provide a pass. Gravel pads, sandy sitting/ picnic area. Beach across the street and beautiful -sugar sand and dunes. Park Pet friendly; lots of families; 3 laundry sites at bath houses & inexpensive. Lots of fishing on inlet from ocean to bay within the park. the park cover several miles on the coast & has different areas for various activities i.e. kayaking, sailing, horses, hiking etc. Located b/w Rehoboth Beach & Bethany Beach - both great seaside towns. Lots to sightsee/shop/restaurants. Wonderful maritime and war history. We stayed in a Class C MH
Sites are paved. Garbage has to be taken to one dumpster. Firewood is available for camp fires. Very shaded. They patrol often to make sure all is well. Paved roads. A bit in the middle of nowhere. A lot of families show up on the weekend.