Are you pet-friendly?
Yes! Your pet is welcome to stay and play with us, too. We offer pet-friendly amenities, such as beach cottage accommodations, a dog park, off-leash dog beach, dog water fountains throughout the campground, dog walking services – even a VIP welcome packet when you check in.
Do you have Wi-Fi access?
Yes, we feature free Wi-Fi, so you don’t have to completely disconnect from the world. High-speed Internet is available via our 85 Ruckus Wireless access points throughout the campground.
Are you close to any beaches?
We actually feature our own private bay front beach right here on-site, but we’re also a short 15-minute drive away from the popular Rehoboth Beach along the Atlantic Ocean, which is accessible via our shuttle bus.
How many guests are covered in your base fee?
Our base RV and tent camping fee covers two adults and up to five children 17 and under. Each additional adult is $12 per day, with a maximum of seven adults per campsite on the resort. The base fee for our beach cottages covers seven guests.
What kind of discounts do you offer?
We always offer specials, discounts, group pricing and packages year-round, including our weekly stay discount in which you receive 15% off your seven-night (or more) stay. We also feature an Active Duty and Retired Military discount of 10% (proof of eligibility is required; cannot be combined with any other offer).
Are boats allowed on-site?
Motorized watercraft is not permitted to launch from the boat launch on the property at Massey's Landing. Motorized boats must be launched from the public boat ramp. Motorized watercraft is permitted to come into the lagoons, however parties on board may not get off in the lagoons. Only non-motorized craft may be launched from our boat launch. Guests are not permitted to moore their watercraft (this includes kayaks) in the water at their sites. They can keep them at their site or in overflow, but they must use the boat launch area to launch. They can also dock at the pier, but not overnight. Kayakers, canoers and paddleboarders are more than welcome to try out our peaceful waters.