We have our trailer here full time. It is a quick commute from Chesapeake. We don't have to move the trailer every weekend, we keep the trailer stocked and just head down for some relaxation. I guess it can appear creepy at first but once you get to know your fellow campers they can be fun. If your looking for luxury it isn't here. But if you want to hang out with some fun rednecks, this is the place to be.
This Campground is a bit scary. They have a lot of permanent campers and they stare at you if you happen to walk past. We stayed on the other side of camp on and off for two weeks. It was okay for a bit but we most likely will not go back. Too many creepy people.
Upon seeing the weekend weather report I called Cherrystone to see if I could move my reservations to another weekend, they said NO and told me I could not change a reservation. I had already changed my reservation a month before this yet now they said they are not allowed to change reservations. We did not go to the campground on Friday night because of the weather but I didn't want to waste my money. So on Saturday I packed up my family and we headed to Cherrystone. Upon arrival in pouring down rain and 40 degree weather they charged me for the entire weekend and sent me to my site. When I turned the corner into the tent area the ground was completely flooded. We could not get to our campsite. They never mentioned that their was flooding, they just took my money. When I called to complain that we could not even use the campsite we paid for they said "ohh yeah, sorry about that" I asked for a refund and they told me that it was their policy to not give refunds no matter what the circumstance. Again, I can not get to my campsite because the water is knee deep. I continued to explain this to them and they were extremely RUDE. I will never return to this campground.