Very rural, out of the way place but nearby town of Mathews and Gloucester (30 minutes) nice for a meal, movie, groceries. Local main street shops in Mathews fun and very friendly. Campground having a beach on the Chesapeake Bay makes it a special place IMO. Posted in 2009 a not so positive review. Although still older campground with it's issues hearing help is on it's way! Having a campground committee established was a good idea. Customer Relations support in NY has been very understanding and helpful to us. We made the decision to move a travel trailer to New Point for 2012 season so we are giving them a chance. Some people complain about dogs on the beach but haven't observed a problem. A dog run in dog walk area would be great and place to refer owners if this becomes an issue. In campgrounds like this one with lots of seasonals feel those residents should take active role in trying to make it better. We were in one for several seasons in NC and great place for all. Campground owners, managers (and residents) that welcome temporary campers should work at "full of seasonals" not being a dirty expression on forums.
I am a seasonal camper at a Morgan owned resort and we are going on our second season with them and I am pretty sure it will be our last. I was warned about all the broken promises that they would make but I did not listen. My experience has been that they will spend absolutely the least possible about of money for upkeep and upgrades to keep the place going. Hopefully your park will be better run than ours has,
2008 Dodge Ram 3500 6.7 CTD SRW, Pullrite Superglide 18k.
2012 Komfort 3530fbh 5th wheel with Ground Control
We were there twice in '07 but have not been back since. At the time, there were not many "transient" sites. Most of the stuff that was advertised on the website was not there either. For us, the drive is not much longer to go on down to the outer banks.