Plenty of room and the campground is your own wonderland. We camped in early October and had the place to ourselves. A total of three RV and a couple tent campers if you park in the back you have convenient beach access that is basically your beach. we parked in the front and it was about a mile walk. We didn’t drive or tow a separate car but walking to the light house was easy. Maybe two miles. No hook ups but there is a dump station down the road. This is for boondocking mostly. But that is why it’s almost always empty. We will definitely go back for years to come.
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by Dennis
Stayed here in a 40’ motorhome and it was great. Nice quiet location with decent flush toilets and cold showers. There are water faucets near the bathrooms where you can get water but you cannot hook up a hose to it. There is a dump station just up the road from the park which I accessed twice. The grass was not mowed on many of the sites but if you choose a site that isn’t mowed they will mow it for you. The campground was virtually empty when we arrived and getting in and out was really easy. The beach was really large and we pretty much had the beach to ourselves. The temperatures were in the lower 90’s while I was there but it cools down really quick at night with the steady breeze off the ocean. You are close enough to the water to hear the waves at night but you cannot see the ocean from the campground. They have a road made from crushed sea shells leading out to the beach. It is about a 1/4 mile walk from the car to the water but it is a level walk with lots of sea shells