if you would enjoy camping in a 20'x40' sand lot with tents on 5' on each side of you and paying $34 a night for the privilege, then by all means go ahead. I didn't sleep well because you would hear: neighbors conversations, lights glaring in from cars driving thru camp area, US 1 traffic 200' away. Of course if you had a $200k RV, things might have been better. Make sure you bring a tarp with screen as there is zero shade and bugs come out from tidal logoon 10' away, at sunset. If you fish the inlet is right there, if you surf, forget it because you can only surf the North side of the inlet which means walking 1 mile, up and down stairs that go up and over bridge 100', or you could drive a few miles to make u-turn to go North and exit on North side and still walk 500' from parking area. Read 'big pain'. Don't ask the gate attendants where to go for groceries, they send you south to a local grocer, whose cousin works as the attendant. Here you'll find the scariest looking meats and produce fit for a lagoon rat.
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