Sunset Point is a jewel. We stayed in mid-October, but we could just imagine how lovely it would be with all the vegetation in bloom. Everything met with our approval from the wonderful host to the Wi-Fi. The host wasn't sure if the signal would be strong at site #1, but it was just fine. If you can get site #1, and the tide is in, the view is superb. The only reason we don't give Sunset Point a 10 rating, is because of the remoteness of the location. Some would give it a 10 because it is so remote. When we pulled out, the host came out, waved and thanked us for staying with them. My wife remarked that it was nice of him, and I told her that it would have surprised me if he hadn't. He just seemed like that sort of a fellow. The Lobster dinners stop after Labor Day, but we'll surely stay here if we get back this way, and we'll make sure it's before Labor Day.
We can hardly believe that we stayed in the same place as most of the other reviewers. This is one of the worst excuses for a campground that we have ever been in. Most of the sites have Park Models in very poor condition. The grounds are poorly maintained and the roads are disgraceful. The Wi-Fi was not consistent and the signal was generally weak. Our pull-through site was far from level. The Passport America rate was only $24.00, but they would have to pay me a lot more than that to stay here again.