Our site was a huge "super" site, and we were able to camp awning to awning with family on an adjoining super site. Pool area was very nice. Small beach area on the Rappahannock River was enjoyable, but difficult to get to for handicapped and elderly guests. Registration process was easy. Friendly staff. Agree with other reviewer that golf carts were out of control with many underage drivers and drinking while driving. Not enough bath houses to accommodate the size of the park. Water had a horrible "sulfur" smell. We did not notice this smell on our first visit, Memorial Day, 2012. Camp store was sparse. We rented a pontoon boat from a nearby marina and spent a day enjoying the river. This was our second visit, and we would probably visit again.
Waterfront says ocean, but it is not really ocean; it is the Sinepuxent Bay which dumps into the Atlantic Ocean and is adjacent to the Assateague National Seashore, which is oceanfront, but you can't see it. The park is very clean, plenty of bath houses and laundry rooms available. Service is excellent, especially the bar at the bay side beach, although it did seem to go downhill a little towards the end of the summer. There is a full service cafe on site that will deliver right to your campsite, or to the bar, free of charge. We used this service a lot throughout the summer. The cell phone service and WiFi capability is lacking, an amenity necessary when staying at an ocean resort town. We stayed here several weekends and one week throughout the season.