We have just got back from a week's vacation at Big Oaks Campground. We payed $800 for 1 week's stay in an old, musty smelling mobile home. When we arrived, the outside of the mobile looked awful! My husband had to go out and pick up chairs, move a ladder and generally make the outside look better.
After a day or so, we felt a little better about the place. We had the mind set that it was not like home, it was not home and we were on vacation. However, I think $800 was way too much.
We had ants on a regular basis, even though we kept our food in the fridge or cupboard.
The pool and park area were both nice. Not sure what the 'old & used' store was about, what a waste of space! For a family campground, there was no set entertainment, on 1 night/week.
In this day and age, recycling is a way of life. The campground needs to get into this way of thinking. There was no place to dispose of recycling, this made me very sad.
Overall, Rehoboth beach is wonderful! The people in the area are fantastic. The campground was just ok. It needs to move 'forward' and I feel the owners need to check on their accomodation before guests arrive and be more involved and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Big Oaks has been family owned and operated for over 40 years. We offer camping for tents, popups, trailers, motorhomes, as well as cabin and mobile home rentals. We are only 2 and a half miles from Rehoboth Beach and the boardwalk, and only a mile from the Tanger Outlets. We are a stop on the local bus, and only a quarter mile from the Breakwater bike trail to Rehoboth or Lewes. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Big Oaks Family Campground Hotel Rehoboth Beach