GPS: 38.529667, -75.475694
at $29.00 per night + tax
|scenery||Beautiful pond shorelines and lots of old pine trees throughout campground|
|privacy||No division between sites and fairly tightly spaced|
|cell signal||Usable but we turned on the booster|
|1-2-3-4-5||free wifi||None that we found|
|1-2-3-4-5||campsite size||Plenty of deep back in sites|
|1-2-3-4-5||water||On every RV site|
|1-2-3-4-5||sewer||Two free dumps station at campground exit|
|1-2-3-4-5||table/fire ring||On every site|
|1-2-3-4-5||showers||Three hot water push button showers in each bath house|
|1-2-3-4-5||toilets||Flush and clean|
|1-2-3-4-5||laundry||1 washer & 1 dryer in each bath house|
|1-2-3-4-5||security||Locked gate and ranger patrolled|
|1-2-3-4-5||quiet nights||Slept fine|
|1-2-3-4-5||wildlife||Hummingbirds - Turtles - Squirrels - Geese - Ducks|
|1-2-3-4-5||park staff||Helpful and friendly|
|1-2-3-4-5||activities||Kayaking - Pedalboats - Canoes - Boat tour - Bicycle and hiking trails galore|
No bonus points here.
NOTE: This campground has it's own entrance on Goose Nest Road (as listed above), make sure you do not go to the Main Entrance for Trap Pond State Park on Baldcypress Lane as listed on most web searches.
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