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Date of Stay:
June, 2010 -
I think the only good thing about the park was the sites were level and most sites have a concrete pad with a table. First let's start with the restrooms/showers. They are dark, dirty, and just plain outdated. There is a sink mounted low on wall of the men's bathroom which is being used as a urinal. The playground is new and is nice however the campground's High Voltage shed is very close. The shed has very poor wiring noted to be coming out in all directions and the door is barely hanging on its hinges with a sign posted "High Voltage. Do Not Enter." Seemed like an easy place for poorly attended children to get hurt. The roads are full of potholes and are too narrow for anything much larger than my 27 ft travel trailer. The grass was not cut on our site as it was calf height on me and knee high on my six year old son. It appeared that it is up to the seasonals/fulltimers to cut the grass and that only gets done on Saturdays. We were awakened by some of the seasonals cutting grass at 6 A.M. on Saturday. The sewer pipes are above ground and run all over the park. They are only dug under the roadways. The hookups are sideways and leak no matter how tight you try to get your connection. The seasonals seemed to have combated this problem with the use of duct tape. The campground is full of seasonal/fulltimer sites that are long overdue for an eviction. Most of the seasonal campers are rude and do not appear to like weekend campers (outsiders) at all. There may have been a nice brook behind the campground at one time but not anymore. If you can find a spot to get to the brook between the seasonal sites you will only find a ditch at best that is lined with trash and some tires. We will definitely not be back. We camped at Springbrook Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2009 -
A beautiful park. The sites are paved but not too much as to make you feel like you are in a parking lot. We stayed in the club castaways part and found it to be very quiet with all sites having at least a little view of the bay and the Atlantic. Water pressure is awesome and as this review proves the Wi-Fi works great. The price is a little steep for this little family however well worth the experience. We will definitely be back: maybe next week. We camped at Castaways RV Resort & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
A very very nice campground. We arrived late at night and were greeted very nicely by the staff. They even helped us set up at ten o'clock at night. The campground is one of the quietest I have ever stayed at. The staff checked on us every night to make sure everything was fine and I even saw them help out a young couple who were camping in a tent for the first time which was very nice to see. The bathrooms were wonderfully kept and there was not a speck of trash to be found anywhere in the campground. The campground would have gotten a ten rating if only they had a little bit more level sites. The owner was working on several sites to try to get them more level however don't forget to bring at least 3 inches worth of leveling blocks. We camped at Bumble Bee RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.