Date of Stay: Sunday May 1 – Friday May 6, 2016 (5 nights)
Rate: $19/night (with Access Pass Discount)
Website: Cedar Point Campground
391 VFW Road
Cedar Point, NC 28584
Description: Reviewed campground a few times before. Paved road and sites with pea gravel patio area. We stayed on site 16. About 38 sites with 50A at each site. About 4 sites are held out as walk-ins while the rest are reservable. The campground was renovated about a year ago primarily because it needed a new dump station and leach field. All of the sites have new fire pits while about half of the sites have new picnic tables and slightly wider pavement. Some sites were combined as buddy sites so you pay double for those. The new dump station took away three sites near the exit. There is a new host site right at the dump station occupied by a nice young family. Great place for walking since there is a nature trail and kayak launch in the day use area.
Trash and Recycle: Dumpster located near the dump station. No recycle now.
Activities: We have been here many times in the past so we took a trip down memory lane. It rained a little every day but we still managed to enjoy our time here. The Walmart in Morehead City is one of the nicest ones we’ve ever been to. Lunch at El’s Drive-in (El Super Burger) is the best. We went to T&W Oyster Bar for some good fried shrimp (no tails) and hush puppies! Found a new donut shop right next to the parking lot at the Bogue Inlet Pier (big twists!). I did walk off a few calories on the Tideland Trail. One morning we just hung out on the pier and watched folks catch fish. The blues were running so it was fun to watch. We were surprised one day when Charlie and Dot (from Cedar Key RV by way of NY) pulled up in their MH. They were visiting a new grand baby in Havelock. We chatted with them some of course.
On site 16
Nicely spaced sites Airstream at the dump station
Tideland Trail Kayak launch
Nice bench along the trail Bridge over the marsh
Cute and good donut shop right at the pier
Emerald Isle beach from Bogue Inlet Pier
Busy day fishing on the pier
Blues were running Father and young son
From the pier The end of the pier