The distant church chimes adds to the ambiance of this quiet, country campground. The friendly hosts reiterates the family style camping. We stayed over the Labor Day weekend and the campground was almost empty. The kids did get to meet other children and when not at the 9 ft pool, were playing on the playground. A pond with an accessible island allows for some fresh water fishing. The bath houses could use some fresh paint and fixup, but did not warrant me to reduce my rating. Sites are pull throughs with many shade trees. This could cause some leveling problems with exposed roots, however, we were able to pull in and park without adding any levelers. If you are looking for a quiet relaxing atmosphere in which to camp, then check this place out. Access from hwy 95 is extremely convenient and allows for campers traveling from north to south (or vice versa) to experience a little country town and some southern hospitality. Thankfully, I live close enough so that we can come by a few times a year and will do so again starting next summer. Our only complaint is that we did not find this place until our last camping trip this year. We will definitely be back.
Very nice and quiet park. Hosts are extremely friendly. Rates reflect Passport America. Only problem is that pool is opened to public from 10am till 5pm. Campers only after 5pm. We will stay here again.
Very friendly campsite. Many, many seasonal campers. Waterfront is on intercoastal. Beach access is short drive. Very convenient for intercoastal fishing or beach fishing. Campground has boat access to intercoastal. Office is only opened a few hours each morning, so contacting for reservations or check-in is sporadic. Pool is very refreshing and clean. Bathrooms are clean, but not much privacy or soap and towels at sinks. Tent camping is same price as full hookups, which seems that they prefer not to have any tenters. Due to my desire to fish, and kids desire to swim in a pool, we will be back.