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Treasure Beach RV Park & Campground

Treasure Beach RV Park & Campground

Address: 37291 Lighthouse Rd, Selbyville, DE 19975, United States

Phone: (+1 ) 302-436-8001

Website: http://www.treasurebeachrvpark.com/

City: Delaware

Country: United States

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Rebecca Handley Rebecca Handley
Shared publicly - August, 30
I've been here over 20 years and I am in love with the place. Management is excellent, activities provided are wonderful and they always have something going on, live bands, games, culinary events, and holiday special events. Pam, Kenny and Cindy are curtious, thoughtful and kind. The employees in the store are so sweet and friendly. Maintenance are always available when needed even though they are constantly upgrading the park. If you are looking for a vacation spot that provides everything you could dream of in a beach vacation this is the place. Even if it's just kicking back with a book there is a library on site to get a book. I have met people here that will be friends for life.

Ron C Ron C
Shared publicly - August, 30
Good location & decent sites are the positives. LOUD and security doesn't do a thing about it, countless golf carts blaring music at all hours with bright LED headlights, very few activities for kids or families, VERY heavy lead content in water (and when I say VERY high, I mean it should be tested daily and I would absolutely not drink it.. even with a high-end water filter as we had), and to top it off... numerous staff are incredibly rude. Security was an absolute joke... rent-a-cops that think they have power. If you complain about anything, you're likely to get kicked out without a refund. Spoke to numerous seasonal tenants, similar complaints: management is horrendous and needs a lengthy class in customer service. Todd was cool though... the rest should follow his lead. Images are from our toilet... it was spotless prior to this trip and now has streaks due to the water. Metal smell was so bad we ended up using only bottled water and took a shower at a local gym after working out.

Al Rude Al Rude
Shared publicly - August, 30
I must admit that I was skeptical when I booked for June 2022 as other Google reviews were mixed. Some great, some not so great. So I am very happy to report that our 4 days there were on the GREAT side. Friendly reception at check in, large updated sites with level concrete pads, new utilities, clean and modern bath house, all well staffed and kept. AND big rig friendly. The grand children had a blast with their scooters and in the sand covered playground. So while initially I was skeptical of trying what clearly was/is a well established trailer park, I am happy to report that these folks clearly have made a big investment in attracting the RV crowd. My only gripe was with the Friday night golf cart cruising which was excessive, but as thats typical of such large campgrounds, I can hardly blame the campground for that. Before we left we were already picking out spots for our next trip. As a long time camper these folks checked all the right boxes for me.

Roger Leblanc Roger Leblanc
Shared publicly - August, 30
Great place. It is Huge! Very busy. But has everything you need. We rented a cabin for a week. Very cozy. Only small issue is the camp store opens at 8:00 a.m. .

Shannon Malvestuto Shannon Malvestuto
Shared publicly - August, 30
During the week it's quiet and lovely. The weekend is another story. Rather chaotic and Drunken golf cart drivers without headlights at night is a big problem in my opinion. If you want to visit one of the seasonal members, it will only cost you ten bucks a night, which seems fair I suppose.

Kae Rae Kae Rae
Shared publicly - August, 30
Should be renamed trash beach. The owners wife is nasty to people which is sad because most of the long term people down there are super friendly. She trolls every online post and will throw people out just for being unsatisfied with something. Maybe she should just keep her mouth shut?? I never experienced this but just seeing how she speaks to people upsets me, I have zero tolerance for rude people. So glad my parents left there after over ten years of being there- for the record, they've never had issues and they never get online to see how she talks to people. As management, she should be more professional. I recommend her taking some communication classes like the rest of us in management have to do!

Shared publicly - August, 30
Great place! Kids can venture off and you don't have to worry about anything. It has a park, pool, beach, games, bathhouse, activity center, laundry rooms, general store. Staff were nice. Neighbors are friendly.

Brian Dunn Brian Dunn
Shared publicly - August, 30
I used to love this place but was taken back by the security guards dressed like State Troopers wearing guns, doing radar inside the campground. A bit much for me. Also all the golf carts with loud music blasting till 1 in the morning was a bit out of hand, and all the golf carts with the extra large Let’s go Brandon flags and the Trump won flags just didn’t do it for me. There is a time and place for that, I certainly don’t need politics shoved in my face while I’m vacationing. There is no Wi-Fi in the campground. And when I was departing I was told when I booked the place that checkout was 12 noon. Why she told me that I have no idea because at 1130 the office called me wanting to know why I didn’t leave yet. This place changed a lot and it felt very uncomfortable.Don’t think I’ll be coming back anytime soon.

Joe Warnick Joe Warnick
Shared publicly - August, 30
Great place for families! We stayed at site 370 with our 31’ travel trailer. Great view! No wifi, but they offer a Comcast cable box which helped. You can get Xfinity wifi at site 370 if you have a login. We had ducks visit us every morning! The pool was a good size and kids loved the jumping pillow and bounce house. Playground was also large. Overall the campground is huge and I highly recommend getting a golf cart. The armed security wasn’t something I expected but they were very nice on 2 occasions. General store has everything we needed.

John Bloom John Bloom
Shared publicly - August, 30
We had a great time here, large campground and close to everything! Staff was super friendly and the environment is relaxing, not upright like the corporate run campgrounds. Awesome stay, thanks! We will stay again.

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