My only complaints with this park is the road leading to it. Princess Anne Blvd is a narrow two lane road with no shoulders. And if that isn't bad enough on most of the road there are deep ditches that could easily wreck a large class A RV.You have to keep a eye on your tow dolly also It could also veer into a ditch and wreck. It is about 17 miles to the campground down a narrow two lane road.This section of Princess Anne is the kind of road that if you turn down it in a large RV you're stuck as there are not many places, if any, to turn around if you decide to go back. Once there I couldn't find a satellite signal, and there is no cable. Most of the RVs here seem to be residents, and it is a pretty park with beachfront access to the inter coastal waterway, but who swims in THAT! Unlike the other parks in the area there is minimal jet noise that seems to plague most the parks in this area. Staff is friendly.
Jet noise here is not mentioned in other reviews. I don't know why since it is across the street from the other parks in this area. I'm not gonna go into reviewing facilities and road conditions because the earlier post are accurate. My site is a little small for a pull through 50 amp full hook up but there is enough room to keep my dolly attached and staff doesn't complain about parking in the field next to the bath houses. Staff is friendly and well mannered. The real rub for this and every camp in Virginia Beach is the Military jets. Today is my 2nd day here and they started flying at 9 a.m. and as i write this seemed to stop at about midnight. To be fair the flyovers aren't constant but go on all day. The intervals for flyovers are as few as seconds to several minutes when they occur. Staff claims they only fly on Mon-wed in season and taper off during the weekend. This is yet to be seen and I am here out of season so they may alter schedules and fly more who knows. The low rating is for jet noise alone. Otherwise the park seems fine and big rig access is a breeze. It's a shame that the jet noise spoils this area cause just a few miles down General Booth BLVD is a ocean front area with a strip and shops that reminds me of Southeast Florida.