Clean and quiet: although there were many campers here. In fact, there was a large group of motorcycle campers in the rear area and the staff strategically located us away from that area. We actually stayed two weekends and they allowed us to leave our trailer on the campsite all week for $4 per night. We thought that was very nice and it saved us the hassle of hauling the trailer home and back the next weekend. Very nice people and we recommend the campground.
This campground is located near the expressway and a good place to spend the night. I'm not sure I could recommend an extended stay because the place looks like it needs to be remodeled. To enter the campground, you have to go up a significant hill and pull a very tight turn around the camp office. Big rigs pulling a car or trailer would be challenged here. The gentleman who greeted us actually walked us to the site, which was level and we didn't have to unhook. That was nice. One other note, they don't take plastic but will take your personal check or cash.
The campground must be fairly new because there aren't any large trees to shade the campsites. That would be the only thing to improve and it looks like they've planted some trees. The site was level, the hookups easy, and the people pleasant and helpful. The wireless internet went out about 10pm and didn't come back until the next morning. It wasn't a big deal, but it cut short our IM session with the kids back home. We stayed overnight and moved on, but there are lot of family activities in the immediate area.
We enjoyed our 3 days in this campground. The site was fairly level and the setup was quick. The campground is very shady - which means we had to clean the awning before rolling it up. The picnic table needed to be cleaned before we could use it and, in general, the park could use a bit better maintenance. We stayed in the middle of the week and the park wasn't over half full. We'll stay there again - the island is beautiful and we rode out tandem bike over 50 miles around the island.