My wife and I stayed here in our 31 foot travel trailer. Don't be fooled by the website, this is basically a trailer park with permanent structures on most of the campers here.
Our site backed up to the river, which had a view of a decaying old yacht half sunk in the shallow water. The dock access was good for kayaking, but most of the time it is full of people trying to catch lobsters and crabs to eat (without a license for fishing).
The restaurant was an old Morton Building that looked like it hadn't been open for years.
Electricity at the sites was intermittent, with several power failures during the heat. As everyone was running ACs in their campers, the breakers kept tripping.
At night, several tenters showed up and started playing music at very high volumes. It was difficult to sleep until late into the evening.
The only saving grace that prevented this from being a one star review were the people. Most of the residents were friendly helping us back into the site and inviti