We stayed over the Memorial Day weekend. We were in site 419, which is a seasonal spot that had not been filled yet. The site itself was gravel, and wide, but slightly un-level. The hookups were all good. The interior roads are tight in some spots but doable. They have 1 free pool with adult hot tub, and 1 pool with a slide that you would have to pay extra to get in. There was activities scheduled for the family through out the weekend. There is a camp store well stocked and a snack shack by the office. The staff was friendly. The downside besides being so expensive, is the road noise in most places in the campground. This campground is right off RT 15 and can be very loud day and night. It seems like the best spots were the pull throughs in the back of the campground. We would stay again, but not on a holiday, and only in a pull thru site.
We stayed here in early April, and had reservations. We were given the wrong site, because they had already given our site to someone who arrived before us. The site we had was actually part of the road. The campground is not laid out well, with sites stuck in here and there. The signage inside of the campground is also very confusing. This is mainly seasonal sites with a few sites available for nightly rental. The play ground and pool did look OK. We would not come back here again and would not recommend it to anyone else.
We stayed in site D-43, which was a pull thru with patio, fire pit, and swing. It was a very clean and well put together campground, with great amenities. The staff was extremely friendly. The park itself is close to all the tourist sites and they sell tickets in the office. We would stay again if in the area.
We have stayed here several times. We were in site 237 and friends were in 238, fairly level nice sites. As stated before, their map is not true to the campground layout or size of sites. We were only able to get about 7 channels in. There was no activities as it was a quiet weekend. Staff was friendly and the restrooms were clean.
You have to go through the town of North East to get to the park, which is very busy on the weekends. The roads leading in are very hilly with some sharp curves. We stayed on site#2, which is by the dumpster, not an issue on cooler days. Our site was very level, but had to be backed in, up hill. A fire ring and picnic table is provided. The sites have plenty of room between them, and some are further separated by trees and foliage. The only place with Wi-Fi is the park store. No cable, but we we were able to get a few over the air channels. The park itself is extremely clean and very quiet. A lot of playgrounds throughout for the kids. A short drive to the Turkey Point lighthouse trail. There are several other hiking/biking trails you could take. We had a nice relaxing weekend, and will be back.
We had a decent sized pull thru (#330), it was a little unlevel, but not too bad. The utilities worked well. There are some pretty steep hills to get to the sites. This place is mostly seasonal, staff is friendly. The pool was great except for there was not enough seating for everyone and most people had to bring their own chairs. A few bath houses and laundry rooms located throughout the park. A lot of scheduled activities. The only real problem was a loud party a few sites down that went on well after quiet hours, security was not seen after 11pm. We would stay again.
We had site 38 which was a buddy site, which we didn't know until we arrived. It was fairly level and not too long. We were close to the road and heard a lot of traffic noise. The cable was good with about 20+ channels, but we were unable to use the campgrounds Wi-Fi. The campground itself was packed, there was a lot of activities. The staff was friendly. Bathrooms were clean, but old. The map provided of the campground does not accurately depict all the sites. I may stay again, but would be pickier which site I stayed in.
This is an older campground close to the national seashore. The website states that there is cable hook ups, but it is only at the seasonal sites, no Wi-Fi. Our site was fairly level pull through in the G section. Staff was friendly in the office and trash is picked up a couple times a day. The facilities were old, but clean. This seems to be the case with all the campgrounds on Chincoteague. The bug guy comes to spray nightly. I would probably try to stay elsewhere if in the area again.
This campground is mostly seasonal sites with a few transient spaces, maybe 10 total. Staff was very nice, the seasonal campers were standoffish. Quiet Hours were enforced. The site was wide and level and backed to a nice wooded area. There was a pool, which we didn't use, but we did see a lifeguard. The playground was in nice shape, and the lake was also very nice. The campground is well maintained. The shower room & laundry room were old but clean. They do offer WiFi but we did not use it, as they charged a fee. There is no cable. This campground is close to the Heritage Rail Trail for bike riding. We would stay again if in the area.
We stayed in a preferred pull through site. It was long and wide , but was not too level. The WI-FI was spotty at best. A decent amount of cable selections. The staff is always friendly and helpful. The park itself is exceptionally cared for. This is a nice park for kids, a lot of planned activities. It can be on the pricey side when you figure in the per person per day charges. Easy to get to the rail trail for bike riding. We would stay again.
We have stayed here a few times. This time we were in the full h/ups with cable near the office. Theses sites were very level and quite large with a gravel pull thru. Sites come with picnic table and fire ring. Cable was pretty good with a decent amount of channels. Office staff was friendly. Lots of activities for the kids. Convenient to Gettysburg sites and restaurants. We will be back.
We stayed overnight just to prepare our travel trailer for the winter. The owners and office manager were very nice. As stated, it is mostly seasonal and permanent trailers here. Not a problem so late in the season, but may pose an issue on crowded summer weekends. Our site was a level pull through at the front of this park, near the office. Wi-Fi worked well for us. Used the bathroom once and it was clean. The pool appeared to be large, but maybe not enough for all the summer campers. We would stay in the off season again, but not in the summer.
The sites are gravel and level, staff was friendly and helpful. They want an extra $2 per night for cable, but we were able to get some channels on digital. Wi-Fi worked well. The pool was small for the amount of people in the campground. With other campgrounds so close and for the price, I will stay elsewhere.
The pros: super nice staff, clean facilities and lots for kids to do,fairly level sites,WiFi and cable worked well. The cons: you are really packed in tight, we were maybe 15 ft from neighbors on either side. Even the red carpet sites were close together for the extra money. We stayed over July 4th and it was packed everyday. I think next time we will choose another campground just for a little more space and less money.
This is a rv park for military active duty, retirees or guests of graduating recruits.Very clean as only a military base can be. Their is no campground host, so you will get a combination to unlock lockers in the bathhouse to get the keys to unlock the utilities. Spaces are level with concrete patio and picnic table. Spaces are quite large. Free Wi-Fi which was in and out during our stay, but very strong near the bath house. Bath house is clean, as well as the laundry facilities.Roads in and out are in great shape.There is a park close by, but children will be bored here. Convenient for visiting Charleston or Savanna and surrounding areas. We would stay again.
We stayed in the "main " campground on site #81.Sites in this section are extremely unlevel, and our site required 4 layers of level links to be level.If we stay again, we will ask to be in the post sections.The staff was very nice.Interior roads are in good shape.Note that WiFi is only available in the office,and cable hook ups are only available at a few sites by the office.It was early in the season , so the pool wasn't open.Lots of Canadian geese and offspring around the campground. Overall a good experience and we will be back.
Stayed on a creek site, fairly level, and wide. Staff was friendly and quiet hours were enforced. Well stocked camp store. Appears to be a little dated, but can't really say anything bad about this place.
A great family park. A little expensive when you add the $8 charge per person, per day on top of your site rental. Plenty of activities for kids of all ages. Super friendly staff. Bathrooms were kept very clean, and there was plenty of hot water in the showers. The sites themslves are generally well maintained. The only downside is the number of golf carts.Some where driven by kids, and they can be a real nuisance. Other than that, cant wait to go back.
The office staff was very friendly and accommodating. They recently experienced a lot of rain, so some of their roads had huge ruts. The bathrooms were in great shape, and very clean. The roads leading into the campground were very winding and narrow in some spots, not the campground's fault. I would stay again.
Most other campgrounds were full so we gave this one a try. Our campsite was fairly dry , but the ones surrounding us were under water.The pool was nice, although there wasn't enough chairs for most of the people at the pool. The bathrooms were really outdated, but clean. They had a lot of activities for the kids.
First i would like to say that we had a really good time here.The staff was friendly and helpful.There was a couple of issues though. It down poured and our site, and the sites around us flooded.Our tent was surrounded by a couple of inches of water. So if you are sleeping in a tent, really pay attention to where you set up. The other problem was that the first night we stayed, quiet hours were not enforced. Even with these issues, we have booked for another weekend.