Nice private sites. Be sure and take boards to place under jacks as you are camping on sand and the jacks tend to sink into the sand especially if it rains like it did on us. We arrived one night early and luckily they had a site available for us. We asked if we could stay on that site for the next 3 nights as well since we liked the site and our neighbors were really nice. We were very insistently told no way that we would have to move to the site they had reserved for us originally. Not sure why since there never was anyone on the other site. Just did not make for good customer service especially since a lot of the sites sat empty the entire time we were there. We visited the USS Yorktown in Charleston and the beach at Folly Field and enjoyed both. Be sure and slather yourself in bug spray as the chiggers and mosquitoes were taking over the place. We would probably go there again just take extra bug spray as that tends to go with camping sometimes.
Took the golf cart around the park that they provided and picked site 59 overlooking the marina. The site was nice because you could pull forward or back-in. Very quiet & friendly park. All of the facilities were nice. A little tight coming in and out with a full size pickup as our towed vehicle but we managed. Very pet friendly park. Ate dinner at the Sunset Grille above the laundromat, food was pricey and the entrees were a little too fancy for our taste with all of the busy & sweet sauces over the fish dishes, but the sunset view was beautiful. Be sure and take bug spray with you as the mosquitoes come out at night with a vengeance as at a lot of parks around the country. They have a young alligator and a young eagle that have both taken up residence there recently and that made for interesting picture taking as well. We will definitely return.