We camped here for a Halloween Themed weekend. The campground had activities scheduled, which is great. They were site decorating contest, pumpkin carving contest, trick or treating, hay ride, and a haunted house, all which were free with your payment to the campground. There seem to be a lot of seasonal sites, so we were placed in the overflow area (a group of 4 campers), which was OK. The overflow area is mainly grass, it had rained heavily the night before, so our area was quite flooded. There is also no sewer in the overflow area; which isn't really a problem, as they do have a dump station. But the water and electric hookups were not on the correct side, so you might need an extra hose or longer electric hook up. The campground is decent, staff is friendly, we had a nice time. They offer free Wi-Fi, but the connection is not great, and I could not get good cell service either. My only real complaint is the dump station itself. While they have 3 lanes, which I found very nice, the water connection that is there, is not a regular hose, so you can not hook it up to your water connector to rinse and fill up your tanks for through cleaning. We were only able to use this water hookup to fill up the fresh tank, and use that water to re-rinse our tanks. It is not an ideal setup.
Staff is friendly. Rates are cheap. Site has w/e/s and free Wi-Fi. Sites are nice enough, but a little small. Gravel throughout most of the campground. We stayed in row 'Tall Timber' right across from the bathrooms. I would recommend a different row because the bathrooms are older and were omitting a sewer smell a few times. The bathrooms were clean enough, but the stalls are very small. They also did not have any hand dryer or paper towels. I don't recommend this campground for kids, there is nothing here to entertain them. Campground is overall nice and quiet and this was our 2nd time camping here.
It's all about the money here. This is a nice campground; you can read from previous reviews, everyone has nice comments. It previously was a dump ( Eagles Nest ), so the new owners have done a lot to improve the campground. However, each time I’ve visited the campground, it becomes more expensive. The staff and owners also seem to only care about making money. This past June, I arrived 45 min early, and had to pay $15.00 early arrival fee, which I found ridiculous since there wasn’t anyone previously in my site, nor did they take any time to clean the site or cut the grass. The nightly rate for this period was $88.00, plus the additional $15.00 seemed excessive. I inquired about camping at the end of September when they host a Blue Grass festival. They told me you can only make advanced reservations if you are buying a full 4 day festival ticket. If you are not buying a 4 day festival ticket, you can't make a reservation, and you have to wait until the night before you want to arrive, and call and see if they have a spot open. The campground itself is nice, but for the price they charge, I think you can do better. I personally only stay here because it is the closest campground to Ocean City.
This was our first trip to this campground, and it was very nice and clean. The staff were very friendly. They escorted you to your site. Sites were nice size, gravel pads, grass areas for tables, etc. We camped with a big group, and we were able to have our group fire in a common area. They have Wi-Fi, but you have to pay a fee: not sure how much, we didn't use it. Pool looked very nice, didn't use that either, it was closed on Sunday. I expect someone had an 'accident' earlier that day, because it was a very hot weekend and it was being used prior to that. Pool was reopened the next day. They have lots of activities to keep you entertained if you want to do them. We visited a few wineries nearby on one day, and road bikes on the Heritage Rail trail one day (a 30 minute drive maybe). I would come again.