Disabled Nomads

If we can go there, so can you!


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This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary.


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Check-in is located at the shack at the south entrance. There is only one lane so you don't have to get out of your vehicle. The only problem with this if if you're camped in the south section, you have to wait for anyone checking in to get done before you can get in.

Terrain is flat and easily navigable with power chair, scooter, etc. Ramps to all buildings. Seat and hand held shower wand in restrooms. Very ADA friendly! Go, have fun.We did!

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It is all topped off with a year-round indoor swimming pool! They even sell a $5 "license" so that you can wash your rig!  Decent cell signal. Our Verizon jetpack performed well. They offer paid-for internet at your campsite (just like they do at Thunderbird in Monroe, WA).  All sites have full hook ups.

Dominos Pizza delivers to your site. So does UPS. USPS is by General Delivery only. The post office is in town nearby. There is mobile RV repair service as well as a mobile detailing service.  Doves coo all day long, but watch for the crows. They will cart off anything that's not nailed down. 

The beach and promenade is close by as well as supermarkets and convenience stores. Lots of opportunities for Geocaching. Several are wheelchair accessible.