My husband and I have enjoyed our home at Leisure Point for 4 summers now. We enjoy a 3 day weekend monthly and look forward to vacations exploring the Delmarva Peninsula! Life is great at Leisure Point Resort.
I always go down here every year with my family. We usually go over the summer for vacation, and we go multiple times because we have a camper there. If you own a boat, you can go fishing, crabbing, clamming, etc. You can even pull up to a sandbar or small beach and have fun there. Because it’s located along Guinea River, it has easy access to the Indian River Bay. They have a little Marina Store that you can buy snacks at and have a ceramics “class” on Saturdays. They even have bingo nights! You can have a year-round home there, or a seasonal camper like me and my family. There are a lot of convenient stores and restaurants nearby, allowing you to load up on food and snacks while you’re there. I recommend going to the fruit stands nearby over the summer. As you can see, there’s lots to do here, and you’ll always have fun.…
It is what you expect for a community near the water. Super busy over holidays and some weekends but the back streets are quieter. There are tons of vehicles and golf carts (they use the side street to avoid the main street speed bumps) so children must be careful. They do have some fun activities like a golf cart parade and fireworks on July 4th weekend. The store is way over priced. There's a Giant and a Dollar General close by. They give internet to the campers for free but I'm not sure of the speed.
The Park was very heavily used. Golf carts and vehicles were constantly going by our site. Onsite marina also was very busy. Not much offered at the park for activities. Clubhouse was present but under utilized. Most of the sites were permanent trailers on blocks. Campsites were getting squeezed out for a higher profit margin offered by trailers. Front entrance gated, but no security in site. Pool hours were 10-6 with a pool nazi at the gate collecting entry fees. More of a retirement community than a camping resort. Populated areas just outside the gate allows convenient shopping for all your needs. Been here once no need to return.
Spent time at Leisure Point with family. Never experienced RV camping before. Lovely location, pleasant people. We had our own RV and had it set up in a membership section of the park. This doesn't seem to be a drop in place but scheduled. There are a few RV's to rent however.. Friends had a Pontoon boat so we could go crabbing from the boat, however you can string crab from the slips. There is also a swimming pool.