Yeah, they got it pretty bad. Took a day trip this weekend to try to see for myself. First things first, as we drove into the park and approached the entrance gate to the park there was a small gathering of ponies grazing. It brought a tear of joy to my eyes. You can visit the north beach but the rangers had the rest of the park blocked off. In talking to a "pony patrol" yesterday her said that all of the ocean front campsite pads were under a substantial amount of sand and the picnic tables were scattered everywhere. The bay front picnic area was worse. There are some attached pics in the link above.
I was wondering how the ocean front campsites made out after Sandy? We were there during Irene the summer of 2011 and the water came into our site from the ocean. This year we notice that a large portion of the beach had been washed away not leaving a lot of room between the beach and the ocean sites. The erosion was to me, unbelievable and sad. I wonder what Sandy did since there wasn't much left this past August.