We stayed here as a base camp to see Cape St. Mary's Sea Bird Colony. There is an odd (but in a good way) mix of people including refinery type workers and upscale motorhomes. The manager is a friendly character who loves American History (Wyatt Erp is one of his heroes); if Faulty Towers were a campground, we arrived. He patrols and keeps a close eye on security. The best sites are near the beach. Clean showers with a restroom cost $3; otherwise you use pit toilets (argh!). Pit toilets were clean, but it's early in the year. There was a pay phone (no WiFi). You can walk the trail along beach, which goes out for miles. Sea breeze kept the insects at bay. We saw a bald eagle along the beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.