We're a family of 5, a teenager, a school age child and a toddler. We have "toys", a sandrail, or quads, etc...The spaces at The Reef are REALLy large and the property is designed very well. The roads in the park are nice and wide to make turning large rigs/RVs/motorhomes very easy. They have a ton of beachfront spaces that are REALLy beachfront. When you open your door - you take a step onto the beach. Enjoying a fire on the beach at night, while your kids sleep within eye/ear shot is wonderful. They have good security, nice bathrooms & showers and laundry facilities (although I've never used them) that all looke very well maintained and clean. There is a very popular restaurant at The Reef and a very popular bar with college kids. The bar is only busy until 4pm-ish and if you stay on the RV side of the park, you would never know what was going on down there (even during Spring Break). The beach is not your typical soft white sand. When the tide is out, the reef is exposed, allowing hours of exploring in thousands of tide pools (we've found crabs, star fish, small octopus, sea cucumbers, and all sorts of weird sea creatures). When the tide is in - you have a great beach to play in the waves. There are no fireworks allowed in the park so it is very quiet at night and while you are allowed to have atvs/toys in the park - you must enter and exit quietly so noise isn't an issue. I think this RV park attracts a more relaxed, youthful group of people (of all ages).
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