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11 RV Park near Laurel, Delaware
Apr 2018 - $60.00
This park is pricey but reasonably comfortable, though the trees are too young to provide any break to the wind that comes in from the ocean. The gravel lanes and sites are reasonably sized, next to large, grassy spaces for outdoor dining. My particular site was unfortunate. Not only was it seriously out of level, requiring a complicated stack of shims to support it, I had to use a double hose to tap into the water supply in the neighboring site. The name "Delaware Beaches Jellystone Park" is ill-chosen. Not only are Yogi Bear and his cohorts seriously out-of-date, requiring parents to explain who they are to their kids, but the beaches the name suggests just aren't there. There are lots of towns along the coast with the word 'beach' in their names, but the beaches that are there are not public. Everywhere are signs that effectively say, "Go Away!" Visitors seeking ocean access are funneled down to Rehoboth Beach and a few other places specialized in mining tourist dollars. I don't expect ever to return to Delaware, but if I do, I would have no reason to return to this campground. - Jim Fulton
Oct 2017 - $60.00
First time at this campground. We came for the Halloween activites and were very pleased with the experience. Pleasant staff and clean sites. Will definitely be back next year...... - hiker1
May 2017 - $70.00
The park was clean, but the sites were very close. No shade and very dusty. Most of the activities are for very young children and we have older children. - Fox Family