My husband and I stayed on a campsite for 5 days (August 23-28). It was wonderful. First- the campsite was huge. We had a front and back yard. And 2 staffers were so helpful in getting us situated on the campsite. We were put next to the pools, but not noisy at all. Loved watching the kids shoot water balloons at each other. And there were 4 nice size pools. And a splash place for the kids. Plus an adults only pool- so 5 pools all together. Our fellow campers around us were great. Our neighbors across the way even shared crabs and seafood with us. The full-timers have beautiful campsites. You can tell they take pride there. Every staff member we encountered was nice and very helpful. I never saw trash laying around the campgrounds either. And not overly expensive. The little town of Cape Charles was cute. And the Kiptopeke State park is worth visiting. Also loved the Wildlife Refuge. Can't wait to go back next year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over 300 acres of natural waterfront on the Chesapeake Bay with 700 campsites and we have cabins, campers and cottages for rent as well. Memorial to Labor Day weekend we have: 5 pools, splash pad, beach entry pool, funcycles, bicycles, pedal boats, planned activities, arts and crafts, themed weekends, fishing piers, boat ramp, charter boat, arcade, coin laundry, cafe, general store, bait and tackle, beautiful sunsets year round, great wildlife picture opportunities. ... more less