The campground at Little Creek are equipped with 45 RV sites complete with power, sewer hookup, cable television hookup and water hookups, picnic tables and grills. A public restroom is on site with shower and laundry facilities, and a picnic pavilion. Pay phone and change machine, soft drink machine and a newspaper stand are also available. There is also a dump station for non-residents as well as concrete pads and six tent sites for dry camping.
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May 22 -23 2016
May 16 to May 30, 2016
Dec 27, 2015
Aug 30 - Sept 6, 2015
What can be added about a 30+ year old CG but to mention that they now have two new washers and driers free of charge, and as already been mentioned many times Destiny as well as the camp host are great at doing their jobs. A little more money reinvested in this facility could go a long way to updating it. The free wifi works as well.
Oct 2014/ Sept-Oct 2015
I've stayed at this campground a couple of different times. Like the others have stated, Destiny in the office is great. The showers were good, didn't use the laundry facilities as I used to live in this area and was here to visit friends. The roads need repaving as there are some big holes. They also need signs at the entrances to indicate which are incoming and which are outgoing. They did put some big logs in each site for a fire ring, which was nice. Lots of rain, so most of the wood (free) was wet, but managed to find some in the woods that wasn't too bad. Destiny got me in for this fall even tho the Navy reservation system said they were full. We shall see when I get there 1 Sept. For me, location and price are the biggest plus. I camp here in a 27' motorhome with toad.
Well, the location and convenience of the campground is great due to coming back to this area every so often to visit my daughter, but things have not changed in the last 10 or so years that I have been coming here. The other good thing about this place is the campground boss (Destiny) and the camp hosts (Jennifer & her husband (I can't remember his name thou)), they are very friendly and when I arrived I plugged into the 30 AMP plug this last visit and guess what? Things weren't working so I went over to the camp host and he came over and tested the power pedestal and what did he find? The HOT and NEUTRAL were reversed which could really mess up an RV's electronics. How did this go on for so long without being figured out before I have no idea, but he re-wired it and presto... my RV power worked great! Things they can upgrade are: -laundry room only had 1 working washer/other 1 has been broken for a couple of weeks, -entrance and exit signs for the campground itself, -spot numbers up front (spot numbers are towards the back of the pad and in dark blue lettering on the grey power pedestal which makes it really hard to read at night for us older people! -and still the other issues as listed below. Below was from my previous visit to the campground over the winter (about 5 months ago) and I submitted it through the MWR ICE comments website (Interactive Customer Evaluation) and also to the BASE XO and guess what has changed.... NOT A DAMN THING!!! The overall MWR management seems to care less about this place (they care about the $$$ coming in is about it!) and it is apparent as there have been NO upgrades to this place in years! I did some math as you can see below and it is appalling the amount of money they rake in and that they have done nothing to upgrade the campground!! Someone needs to AUDIT the JEB-LCFS MWR!!!!! Where to start??? -We have had snow/ice on the roads in the campground now for 4 straight days! What is worse is when they cleared Helicopter Road, they pushed all the snow into the entrances/exits making it almost impossible to get in or out and making it for a very dangerous situation. BUT, JEBLCFS was sooooooo worried about the almighty dollar they had to clear the NEX parking lot, Gym, etc., oh wait, we pay money to stay here as well! -Speaking of the almighty dollar, how has this place NOT been upgraded since it was built? It seems MWR would rather spend money on condos on the beach front than improve existing places/structures! -In all the other MWR campgrounds I have stayed at, they have offered monthly rates and for far better campgrounds! The more REALISTIC monthly rate for this campground should be around the $525 to 550 range due to its outdated electrical, the bathhouse(which doesn't have a working HVAC system even when it is 50 degrees outside and 40 degrees inside), laundry room with only 2 washers and dryers(imagine the feasibility of that when there is a full campground in the summer with 100+ people staying here!!!) and no change machine or working soda machine, shared water(so when your neighbor uses water you lose water pressure(try this at your house and see how you like it!)), no community center, and water pooling after it rains in front of the 2 most used locations: the office & the dumpster. -The electrical service is paltry, there are only a couple 50amp service spots yet almost all newer mid-size and above RVs require 50amp service. Please upgrade ASAP! I have heard for the last 10+ years I have been visiting this place that "they will be upgrading the electrical this winter/summer/etc, but alas, still nothing! -The roads inside the campground are horrendous and needs patching/replacing all together. See previous comment about water pooling in front of office and dumpster. -I am sure you will complain about lack of money/PW is supposed to do maintenance, and point the finger at someone else, but look at how much money is brought into this place compared to what is spent on upgrading: Summer time average(3 months): 45 spots x $660/month x 3 months= $89,100. Plus 10 tent spots x $300 per month x 3 months= $9000 for a total summer income of $98,100. Fall/spring average(6 months): 33 spots x $660/month x 6 months= $130,680. Plus 7 tent spots x $300 per month x 6 months= $12,600 for a total fall/spring income of $143,280. Winter average(3 months): 25 spots x $660/month x 3 months= $49,500. Plus 5 tent spots x $300 per month x 3 months= $4500 for a total winter income of $54,000. That's an estimated average income of $295,380 per year!!! What is spent on upgrading this place??? Nothing that I have seen in the last 10+ years!! MWR pretty much needs to raze the whole campground and start fresh or build a whole new campground some other location on base! Sincerely, Ryan
16 Apr 2015
Needs a good spring clean up. Office staff was friendly and helpful. We were staying one night and it wasn't crowded, so we asked to move to a bigger site so we didn't have to unhitch. No problem, no worries. Nice place. Water, sewer, electric, cable, wifi, have it all -
Great Location. Campsites are tight but level. Parking is limited. Laundry facilities and bath house are wornout and need a facelift, new paint, some attention. Roads are OK except when it rains or snows. Then there are lots of big puddles around key areas like the office and dumpster -- the most heavily used areas. Very disappointed in the senior leadership who was unwillling and / unable to fix big holes, pot hole in the roads near the office. Facilities maintenance and the MWR office both came out and scratched their head and nothing was done. Pointed fingers at each other and said 'its their job' or 'we have no money'. 5 inches of snow twice this past Jan - Feb and no, nada road clearing. You are on your own. Lip service but no service. The Office Manager/Destiny and both the Camp Hosts / David and Jenn, could not have been nicer and more helpful. Real friendly, helpful. The bright spots in the whole stay. Just wish the senior leadership would get it together. It could be a very nice campground if they gave it some attention.
Sep 6 -Oct 15, 2014
Destiny was great and very accommodating to me numerous times because I had short notice site renewal dates but she was able to keep me at the campground. The camp hosts were great and had wonderful times meeting other guests and enjoying great hospitality. I do wish there were a few more washers and dryers and a few more 50 Amp sites. Liked very much the concrete and level sites. The campground was well maintained. I hope to be able to spend some time there again.
R.G. left this review using the Directory software: - Full timers bragging that they have been in the campground for over a year. Wonderful camphosts. Destiny was wonderful, very friendly and helpful.
I stayed 3 nights. Destiny handled all sign-in details with ease. She was great and acted like we had been friends for a long time. She was very accommodating about my day to day stay and kept me informed by phone, particularly about a future reservation. Site occupants nearby were helpful and friendly. The pads were concrete and level. Shower house was always clean. A great place to stay!!!
This campground is pretty Cool, super dog friendly with multiple access to trails. It's just a few minutes to the the beach, base pool, base theater, bowling alley, commissary/Nex and medical. The campground manager Destiny is wonderful. The camp hosts were great, old host leaving new host taking over. Lots of help and great info. Being shared by a everyone, doesn't get better than that! Oh wait!! Yes it does during the day it is wonderful!! Kids playing running from camp to camp, early evening campfires. Everyone mingling from camp to camp. Then the sun goes down and the drunks come out. A few young people getting kinda rowdy then the name calling. Turns out its sisters. Very obnoxious behavior, one young woman calling her mother horrifying names. To our shock it was one of the camp hosts daughters. We stayed for about a week. Very close to the couple of gathering areas in the evening. We had to listen to the drama and that followed the fighting. It really made it hard to enjoy the great campground. I felt so bad for the host. She is such a nice lady and so willing to help. To be treated like that in front of other campers. To much drama and BS!
I changed my dates a couple different times and the campground manager Destiny was great and very accommodating. There could be more washers and dryers and a better playground. Destiny informed us that there were camp host to assist us for the hours she was not there and I don't believe I ever met them, just their children. The packet that I received with information was great and we will return back to this campground.
July 29, 2014
Highly recommend using the Commercial entrance at Gate 3 with large RV's. We met with the current camp host Destiny Newman/757-462-7282. It is now Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. The campground still needs improvement and we'd like to see wi-fi free. Base amenities though are extensive. Nearly new commissary and Navy Exchange. Beautiful golf course and beach with shelters and tables right on base. Great watermark/pool also.
K.C. left this review using the Directory software: - Was here prior to this time and was great. However this time the management was different and the place looked unkept. If it rained most of the place flooded. Was unable to get to dumpster without going through a lake. Same with getting to the office. There are only 2 washers and 2 dryers (didn't dry clothes completely). The laundry room has a termite infestation and a lot of the guests complain about but nothing has been done. There are only 4 50 amp sites, some sites are wired for 50 amp but do not have the power yet. (Was told 2yrs ago they would be getting them soon and still only 4) The sites are small and yet you can back a large 42 foot trailer into the spot there is no room to park without parking in the grass (which the tell you not to do). They also removed the playground that used to be there so there is not much for kids to do. The camp host changes every 3 months so there is no consistency, (the manager has also changed about every 4-6 mo for the past yr.) $22 a night is way over priced for this campground. They should be putting some of this money back into the upkeep of it. For a 1 to 2 night stay it isn't bad but still over priced.
June 20-23, 2013
This is a great location for everything from the beach to the shopping on and off base. There's a great golf course and beach on base. I have stayed here several times and really like this location. The campground is a little old and could use some upgrades. You have to pay for internet unlike at most facilities where's it's free. It does work well though. The cable TV has never worked. It is all one way roads and for some reason every time I come with my big rig they put me in one of the hardest sites to back in to. The staff is very helpful and accommodating.
April 15, 2013
This is our first stay. We will probably stay here again since it is so close to our daughters place in Virginia Beach. The campground is old and cramped (e.g. narrow roads, tight car parking). The campground has lots of trees so limited there are only a few sites that where you can get a satellite connection. But they have cable TV which is nice. The restrooms are adequate and clean and the laundry facility is good. The campground manager is friendly and helpful. But this is an old park. The grounds are not very well taken care of. The grass has not been mowed since we have been here. Looks like it has been a couple of weeks at least. There is a one-way road through the campground but you have to be careful to figure that out when you enter the campground. There are no signs that tell you that. A big problem for us was entering the base. We got Gate 3 correctly, but there was NO indication of which way to go for RV's. There were signs for commercial vehicles. That is the direction we should have take. Hindsight is great but some times areas for commercial vehicles are only for them and not for RV's. Making a split second decision since there were cars behind us, we inched toward the main gate. It was a slow maneuver but we made it past the concrete abutments with out scraping. Very scary. And the gates guards were clueless. No help what so ever. They had no idea what to do with us as we approached the gate. A simple point to the right or waving us through the parking lot where we should have gone would have saved us a lot of trouble. (Can you tell how frustrated I was??) $22 a night for a campground like this is about $7 too much in my opinion. But convenience makes it worth it to us so we will be back. We camped in a 40' motorhome.
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Oct 10, 2012
Diesel now available at renovated gas station. Package store now at new gas station. Large & well stocked. Many sites used as active duty housing. During our 5 day stay some units never showed any activity at all. One sailor took out her own gas powered leaf blower & cleaned up her site. Made a BIG difference in appearance. Entire campground should be beautiful. Instead it looks dingy & dirty. A Billy Goat vacuum would make a world of difference. Different staff person (still part time) seems much nicer, but command needs to change attitude. Golf course is the magnet for us. Very nice & friendly staff.
Arrived on a Sunday and obtained assigned space from display board at office. Assigned space was occupied so I took next available space since no host came out to greet us. My reservation was for 3 days but plans changed and I requested 2 additional days. The reply was unable to grant request due to a reservation for the space I was currently in, which I had no choice to be in anyway, but was informed that I could pick up everything and move to another spot for 1 day only. Not happy with that option I decided to leave on original time and go to another CG. My gripe is during my 3 days there I physically sighted numerous personnel in uniform and some not in uniform departing early for work daily. I thought this was a CG for recreation not housing. Maybe I should question this on ICE.