We camped here right after the 4th of July Holiday when the CG had emptied out. When we arrived, we were escorted to our sites, and were offered assistance with backing in. What a concept! As a new RV owner, and my husband doesn't tow it, the help was awesome. The staff was extremely friendly. Even went as far as circling the campground 30 minutes prior to a terrible summer storm. We would have never known it was coming until it was on top of us. They sprayed for bugs almost nightly, which really did help, considering we were water front. Wi-Fi worked for the most part, even close to the water. Pump-out service was timely and very convenient. Our only complaint would be the hot-tub sized swimming pool was very small. Clean, high chlorine, but very small. I look forward to planning another trip for a long week. (it is a 4 hour drive) Thanks again for everything, Tall Pines Harbor.
We have camped here several times in a pop-up, tent, and now a travel trailer. Even stayed in a cabin one night after a terrible wind storm. Staff has always been "super" helpful and very nice. The new manager, goes out of his way to be extremely accommodating to all campers. Although campground is very large, with the right placement it can be a pleasant experience.
An excellent local campground. Nice activities for the kids, fun ice cream socials, and huge campsites! Dog friendly and did I mention huge campsites? No water hook-ups, but nice, well maintained electric loop. Newly improved playground area.
We have camped here a couple times before in a pop-up. Maybe I never realized how very tiny the campsites are. The campsite next to us, (when they had visitors) were so close that people were leaning against our trailer. One night the weather was so bad, the power had gone out to approximately 1/4 of the campground. (approximately 20 campsites for 18 hours). At no point did any employee come around with any information as to when the power would be restored. When my husband and I went to the office to acquire some information, the employee appeared to be "bothered" that we were asking. For $46 a night and the CG being so small and employees flying around on their golf carts, I would assume that one of them could have stopped and said something about electricity. I surely would never expect rudeness from an employee. We will not be camping here anymore based on how they handled the situation. The state of Maryland offers many other campgrounds.