Not kept up
The area is flat, but there has been no attempt to level the sites which are made up of rutted dirt and dead grass. The bathrooms are beautiful but not regularly cleaned. Mine had some feces on one of the seats and trash in a shower for more than two days. The exhaust vent was covered with grey dust. All this while they were painting an outside fence to sort of look like bamboo - a clean bathroom is more important.
They have it set up like the airlines where everything is a la carte - which is an interesting concept and a good way for people to save money. One has a choice of a campsite with electric, campsite with electric and water, campsite with electric, water and sewer. Cable is avaialble in another area. Each option seems to add about $5. WiFi is $5 per day. Down the street at the KOA, a place with all these items included is about the same price for everything here.
A huge advantage is that this campground has their own parking lot in downtown Virginia Beach, two blocks from the boardwalk.
The pool was open in early October on a sunny 80 degree day, which is commendable.
No matter what any other reviews say, the jets from the nearby base ARE noisy, but that is true here everywhere.
Addendum: After four requests over three different days, they did finally clean the restrooms. We were rewarded with what appears to be chewing tobacco spit near our camper door.
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