The park looked attractive and the hosts were friendly but we were disappointed with our one-night stay. The site was sandy, and since it had rained the sand ended up everywhere. The rest room had a strong mildew odor, and the wooden slat platforms outside the showers were unpainted. On the night we stayed, there were airplanes flying over us and landing nearby. The noise made sleep difficult in our camper van. It did seem to offer many activities for families, but we just wanted to get some sleep and leave.
We spent two nights early in June when things were very quiet. The atmosphere was peaceful and we didn't really mind that we were unable to access the WiFi. The host said they don't charge for it since it doesn't always work. The rest rooms were well maintained and clean in spite of the damp. The shuttle doesn't run in the off season, but we enjoyed the park and the restaurant across the highway.
We camped twice, coming and going on our trip and loved this place. Tent camping is near the road and we thought the noise might be too much, but slept well both times. They loaned us a converter for our small amp electrical connection without our asking!
This park was mostly gravel with some grass but no trees. It was right next to the marina, convenient for an early morning departure. The office closed early and opened late, so we were unable to get a key to the coin-operated shower. It was very quiet and overlooked the 'Cove'.
There we a lot of very good points about this park, but sleeping in a tent was difficult. Next door was a rail yard, with loud crashes all night long as trains were coupled. Owners were friendly and offered bottles of water when we drove in. The Wi-Fi connection seemed robust.
The views were beautiful and the campground was quiet although quite full when we visited in a pop-up camper. The restrooms were not in good shape, but they were in heavy use. We had to wait to shower. There was no grass or shade, but the night was cool.