We are in the newer campground with concrete slabs to park on, water, sewer and electric and a very iffy wifi. We can hear the surf a very short distance away. The older “north” campground has more space and trees but fewer services. I had made an error in registrations but the staff were very patient and helpful (Thank you, Deb & Don!) and we got settled yesterday afternoon. We camped here is a tent in 1974 and in 198? with two kids and a large cumbersome trailer and that time for Thanksgiving. It was my favorite camping spot. Still pretty close call. Beautiful beach, nice ponds with alligators and lots of birds and a very unique old estate to tour. We took a 2 mile beach walk late afternoon between rain. Lovely. Brookgreen Gardens is across the street. Cost was about $60 with full hookups.