|These spots were all filled before|
|View from the bridge going into Cape May|
The good thing about having limited funds is that we don't have to worry about buying food or other necessities. Everything's all here! I do wish there were more activities at this campground, though. There's supposedly a lake nearby where you can rent kayaks and canoes, but it's not actually part of this property. Other than that, there isn't much else. And you can only go to the pool so many times before your skin burns to an attractive red crisp.
I guess we're starting to get a bit greedy when it comes to campgrounds. After getting a taste of the lush resort facilities at Lake-in-Wood, we've come to expect a different kind of standard. In planning our next long trip, which will hopefully occur in August, we found a park in Myrtle Beach that not only has an indoor and outdoor pool, a lake, and a beachfront location, but ALSO a freaking lazy river. That's it, I'm sold. At a certain point, though, we have to realize that we chose this camping lifestyle because we enjoy nature and simplicity without all the frills of resorts.
Still, though. If I can stay somewhere in my trailer for a reasonable price, and there just happens to be a lazy river on the premises, I'll be the happiest camper that ever was.
|He's pretty happy|