We had read reviews and were prepared for lack of shade and traffic noise. However we were not prepared for our campsite to flood with 6-12 inches of water. The staff were unaware of the flooding because no one ever checked the campground, nor did they know how to handle the situation after we informed them of the flooding. To top it off, the park office admitted that they "need to do some work on those sites" because they have flooded before (sites T20 and T21). They even rented out one of the flooded sites to someone the same day...while the site was still flooded.
Avoid the campground completely. The poor design of the campground is compounded by incompetent staff. The bathrooms were unclean. The buzz from the power lines even over-powered insect noise.
Instead, camp at Cape Henlopen or Trap Pond. Trap Pond is about 45-60 mins from the beach but is absolutely beautiful, quiet and has fantastic staff.
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