by Mr. Bang
We are staying at Hunting Island State Park and its camping area is good for small RVs and tents. It is a tight fit and some sites are not even level enough for us to get in to them. When we showed up at this park, we went to our site, tried to drive into it, but we couldn’t. It was too uneven ground. So we had to negotiate and stay in the handicapped sites. The handicapped site is paved and level. We have to leave today, though.
Some of our friends are also here. They are in a tent, and their site is really good for playing lazer tag in because it has woods behind it. They are pretty close to a bathroom.
This campground is right on the ocean. You just have to walk onto the beach, then you’ll have to walk a pretty far way to actually get to the water at low tide. At high tide, you probably won’t have to walk very far to get to the water. There are only two dunes on the entire beach that we could see, because two hurricanes came through recently – Matthew and Irma – and destroyed it. Eighty campsites were destroyed by the two hurricanes. Many of the trees were destroyed as well.
There’s only a playset at this park, although the playset is awesome. There’s no mini-golf or pool.
This park is good for anyone without big rigs. And I think people would like to visit more in the summer rather than just near spring. I would give it four or five stars out of ten.