We camped here for a month (thus the rate was less than it would have been for just a night) and were very impressed with all aspects of the campground. Located right on the Chesapeake Bay and surrounded by farmland, the sunsets were stunning and the peace & quiet wonderful. The owners & staff were friendly and attentive; security was good; showers & bathrooms clean and grounds well kept. We'll definitely camp here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We enjoyed this quiet, friendly campground very much. Great fishing in the Chesapeake Bay right at the campground and they also have a boat ramp. There is a playground, game room and recreation hall. Water and electric hookup only. There are dump stations and mobile service is available. Nearby is the Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our campsite was inadequate as compared to the website. The bay, which was the focus of the campground, was unreachable without crossing into "permanent" and "seasonal" sites. Most of the campers are extremely territorial. Not very pleasant experience at all. Although they say that they are pet friendly, they definitely are not. They use any excuse to "rid" you off their campground. We watched it happen to a fellow campground site near us. Those poor people didn't stand a chance. This park should really be private to those there. It should not be a public campground, as they dislike outsiders before they check in! The bath houses are horrible and unclean. There is no handicapped access either. There was theft and no matter who complained, nothing was done unless you were on a "seasonal" or "permanent" site. Would never return here and would strongly recommend to go elsewhere to enjoy the outdoors and avoid the small city drama. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Nice place in the sticks. Huge sites with nice folks. A tad bit buggy, but it is the Eastern Shore. Beautiful sunsets across the Chesapeake Bay. We had a great time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small bare bones park, but is located on the waterfront of the Chesapeake Bay with a spectacular view. Rock Hall is a small town known for crabbing and fishing, and down the road a few miles is the East Neck Wildlife Refuge. This is a great spot to experience the eastern shore, especially if your into hiking, birding, and relaxing. The owners of the park are very knowledgable and accommodating, I think the Grandad is an old "waterman". The waterfront of Rock Hall has some new development with a decent restaurant and lots of sailboats, but thankfully is still low-key. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.