Sunday, April 5, 2020 | Campground and RV Park Reviews

Tall Pines Campground – Lewes, DE

We went camping at Tall Pines Campground the last weekend of September. There were only two tent sites being used on a loop that also had several cabins...

Big Oaks Family Campground – Rehoboth Beach, DE

Thank goodness for great friends! They have been asking us to camp with them for years. Since our children are now teenagers with two...

Treasure Beach RV Park & Campground – Selbyville, DE

This is a great campground located on Fenwick Island (Selbyville) near Ocean City, Maryland. The park is big! ... with over 1000 sites, many...

Holly Lake Campground – Millsboro, DE

Oh My Gosh! I would not recommend Holly Lake Campground to anyone! Very large campground, the website says a 4000 square foot pool, NOT! There's no parking at the pool. They put us in the sticks in the back part where the seasonal sites are and I felt like I was in a condemned trailer park!
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Big Oaks Family Campground – Rehoboth Beach, DE

We have just returned from our second stay at Big Oaks Family Campground. We visited the park last season in a small pop-up and returned this year in a 20' Sunline trailer (and were able to enjoy the benefits of FULL HOOK UPS!). Last season, we did stay a 4 day weekend in the pop-up at Cape Henlopen State Park (only water provided) and then took a ride over to Big Oaks. We selected a few spots and booked a 4 day weekend in August.

Killens Pond State Park – Felton, DE

We were heading south from Upstate New York, and didn't want to deal with the traffic of I-95. We chose a route through Delaware...

Delaware Seashore State Park – Indian River, DE

The new Indian River Inlet Bridge currently under construction will be incredible. It will likely bring in thousands of new tourists for the beach communities and unfortunately, for this, once little-known campground. Unfortunately, as of late Delaware Seashore State Park has become much more well known and has become WAY more crowded due to the loss of the extensive dry-camping areas that were very well used by people looking to fish 18 hours a day :).