My family group, four rvs, was forced to stay here when the Flagler Beach Campground was closed without notice. Paul's was able to accommodate our group and keep us together. The 'campground', and I use the word in the loosest terms, was nothing more than a grass field with connections that seemed to cater more to long term permanent usage. The field was a sloppy muddy mess when I arrived, but did dry out during our stay. The only real problem was an extremely outdated electrical connection. The main breaker kept overheating and tripping off. We were told to use our AC sparingly while sitting in an open unshaded field in 95 degree 95% humidity weather. All that was offered was excuses, where a partial refund would have been in order. Thankfully we were only here four days.