We camped here in late July with our kids & their friends for a total of 5 teens. The park had organized activities twice per day, but they were really more geared to younger kids. We did a lot of hiking the trails & walking to the beach & our kids still enjoyed hanging out/playing at the playground in the campground. There are lots of kids riding bikes all through the park too & the park does require all kids under 16 to wear a helmet.
There are a lot of fun activities close by & we chose to go
To the Hatfield Marine Science Visitor Center on Saturday. Our kids had a good time with all the hands-on displays but paid very little attention to the science part of them.
Overall experience in the campground was very good & I guess my only complaint is that you are right next to your neighbors with little to no privacy. The campsites are pretty much right on top of each other & all full. The hospitality center is a must-visit as they have friendly people, loaner games, books & puzzles as well as free coffee!
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