Too many rules. Not family or children friendly. Camping is meant to be fun, kids are meant to go meet other kids and play games, etc. which I really didn't see happening here. Rules prevent the fun and noise the kids might make and have. I grew up going camping with my family and we met other kids, played outdoor games past dark, had some fun, we also stayed up late, had a campfire, told stories/jokes, etc. but BEWARE, here, campfires must be out by 11pm ( yes, OUT. We got warned). Better yet, quiet time is 10pm. Negative signs everywhere tell you what you can't do. I would never bring kids here, it is a geriatric oriented community with campers and small trailers, some which you could see haven't been moved in years. ( clearly summer homes for the retired) . Safety in a campground should always be a concern, but really? Telling someone to slow down when they are barely coasting. I'm 55 and I can walk faster than 3mph (proposed walking speed in this campground), and to be scolded when coasting, no one around except the scolder is about as trivial as it gets. While mrs owner seemed friendly, I felt she talked down to me drilling the rules in on checkin and mr owner made it a point to make me walk back out to my car to get the rear view mirror campsite ticket (dated with our lic. Plate) and bring it back in in order to checkout ( not very nicely asked btw, it was needed so no one would use it to Sneak in. ( I almost lol'd ) ma'am we would never sneak back in nor would think anyone would want to. It is my humble opinion that we would never use this campground again and should have read the reviews here first.
- Also Known As:
- Tidewater Campground Hotel Hampton