Beautiful!!!! This might not be the most pristine RV park with perfect concrete pads and manicured lawns but the view, location, and community cannot be beat. This is an old WWII post that overlooked the Atlantic watching for enemy subs/ships and the concrete pads are what is left from whatever was there back then. (At least the area we parked - # 9, 10 & 11) On any one of these 3 sites you back up to a cliff about 20 feet above the beach with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean. Just to the north (left) of where we were backed up to the water is an inlet where the fishing boats and pleasure boats go out to sea and come back in. (There are RV sites down on that side as well - but for smaller RV's. We are a 40' 5th wheel). We had about a 270 degree view to include the inlet. There are no facilities like bath house or laundry that we saw or used. The town and the peninsula that you drive through to go anywhere is so...."New England". Beautiful houses, neat and clean and the people were very nice. There is a restaurant right at the bridge called "Bridgewaye Inn" that has delicious seafood. We were there 2 weeks and would have stayed longer if allowed.
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