So much about camping is subjective. On the reservation desk we answer questions all of the time but no matter how hard we try, there are no definitive response. When we’re asked questions like: are the sites big? are there a lot of children? are there barking dogs? is there privacy?, we hesitate and discuss among ourselves.
First of all, asking a 100 questions before you make a reservation is one of the best things you can do for both of us. We’re always happy to receive lists of questions by e-mail if they reflect a bit of the time you’ve spent looking at the website and thinking about what you’re looking for in your vacation experience. But in the end, there are few simple answers because it all depends on where you’re used to camping, and the kind of attitude you and your companions have while you’re vacationing.
Here on the ocean, real estate is prime and expensive. Our sites are closer together than inland parks. That’s just the way it is. BUT, if you’re used to camping in places where you have to choose between your slide outs and your awning, then our sites are AMAZING! Privacy? Well the trees don’t grow densely at the ocean…we have lots of mature trees on the grounds, so yes, we have many shaded sites…but there isn’t much in the way of scrubby bushes and privacy screening.
Living the adage that a picture is worth a 1000’s words, we just walked around and snapped pictures of a few of the oceanfront RV sites this evening…you decide for yourself.
Next week we’ll post some pictures of our inland lots.