We stayed for 4 days but should have left earlier. The camp was great on most accounts except the mosquitos were so bad it made us miserable. No amount of spray, fire, tiki torches, or expensive repellant helped. The camp is full of stagnant water but they must not be doing…
Way better than the crowded Va Beach. Pets are welcome all year round. Water is also calm. There are available cabins for rent and lot spaces if you want to bring your own tent or camper. Truly a hidden gem!
Enjoyable as always but starting to show some wear & tear. Location is great with close proximity to outdoor activities, shopping, beach on the bay, VA beach, & much more. The bath houses are in need of some TLC. Dog friendly beach access remains biggest draw for me. The…
I can not explain enough how beautiful and amazing this place is. My wife and I came here because of how crazy and crowded Virginia Beach was. This place was free for use because the time of day we went but I believe it's $5-$7 for the beach all day pass which means you can…
Nice secluded campsites with access to the beach. It's like having your own private beach. Biggest down fall is the bath houses. Lots of spider webs in all the shower stalls, which tells me they are not clean. One spider ran at my son. No soap in the dispensers.
"Make sure your camping site has good water drainage after rain."
"Come and leave early or late from the north to beat the traffic in summer."
"We liked area G, as it is convenient to the beach."
"Pay for a site with water/electric if you want to be close to the beach; or choose a basic tent-only site for shade and privacy."
"Making a reservation does NOT guarantee a specific site. When you arrive you have to pick the first empty one allotted to what you reserved (ex. electric and water)..some sites are more private where some are in the complete open. Its a little awkward then if you are tent camping."