We stayed here on a super-site. We originally reserved a full hookup site but were put on a list for cancellations for a super site. Well one came up and they called a week before and offered it to us. We had to move to a different site our last night but we were okay with it. The super-site was very nice with a concrete pad and nice fire ring. The picnic tables were large and had nice backs on them. The showers and bathrooms were extremely modern and clean. This campground offers four pools, a fully stocked camp store, nightly entertainment at the main pool, pet friendly and shuttle service right into the campground that will take you anywhere in Virginia Beach you want to go to. An all day pass is just $2. The office offers discounted tickets to several attractions as well. It was a very enjoyable stay even though there were a few rude campers we encountered it wasn't the parks fault. We will definitely stay there again. It was worth every penny.
It was our first time staying at this park and in Cape May. The restrooms were immaculate and showers very nice. The showers were roomy and well planned. The dressing area was dry, which is unusual in a campground shower stall. Laundry area had too few machines and broken ones but otherwise nice. One of the reasons we chose this place is because it advertises Wi-Fi but upon trying to log in with the password given we were unable to connect. They said it was because we weren't close enough to the office. When standing in the office we tried and still could not connect. Then they told my daughter that "well, it was free anyway so you can't complain if it doesn't work." The sites are cramped together, so much so you can look directly into the camper next to you. The advantage is the proximity to West Cape May and the shops. We weren't impressed with the downtown area though and found it crowded and shops very pricey. The beach charges $6 per person or you don't step in the sand. The campground also does not have a camp store (although there are a few within a mile or so), and doesn't provide you with a fire ring. We won't be returning to The Depot Travel Park or West Cape May. It was a disappointing stop.
First of all, reaching the campground was laborious as the road was not maintained and full of potholes and broken blacktop. The camping area itself was small and road very narrow. The sites were small and it was difficult to fit just two average tents. The drinking water was BROWN and disgusting. The pit toilets were rank and not cleaned regularly. The camp host was not around and could not be asked any questions. We had my sister visit and there is no parking area so she waited at our site since we could not locate the woman who was the host. I walked to her (very nasty and messy) site several times and gave up. Later she comes screaming at me in front of my family members like I was trying to sneak the extra car in there. It definitely put a huge damper on our small family gatherings. We had rented 3 sites between us so we could get together. I will never stay there again, nor will I recommend this place to my friends or my camping group on facebook. The National Parks should get rid of this person. No wonder the place wasn't full on a big holiday weekend.
Note: I put the price we paid for an oceanfront site with 4 adults and 2 children (16 and 7). What can you possibly say that is bad about a place right on the ocean with clean restrooms, a nice pool and very well stocked store! Though it is expensive it was worth ever penny! The place is actually located on Stock Island just over the Bridge from Key West. We rode bikes all over Key West. Highly recommended!
This was our 3rd stop on our Florida trip. We definitely do not recommend this for anyone with a Class A motor home! Even though we had a 30 footer, the height is the issue. Very narrow winding roads and low hanging branches were a problem. Not full service but had a dump station. Two reasons I ranked this an "8" and not a "3" is the restrooms and showers were immaculate, and the bike paths down to the beach were a definite "10". The no see-ums were brutal and left you looking like you had the measles: no lie. But as I said, the biking and beaches were a slice of heaven. I will not visit with my RV again though because of the access. This would be nice for tenting and popups only in my opinion. Not a bad place for the right purpose.
This was our second stop on our Florida trip. The campground was hard to find (ignore your Magellan GPS!!) but once here, it was very nice. We were in a front site near the entrance so the beach was steps down a path. The restrooms were clean and showers free. Full hookups and WiFi. Staff was very pleasant. My only concern was there is a sign posted (glad they did post this) they have issues with Copperhead Snakes and advise you to not wear open shoes. Yeah, right when you head out to go to the beach. We just walked slowly and observantly. Great place though with nice laundry room on site. We definitely will return in the future.