Drive into Beach Rose RV Park for a supreme style of camping and upscale amenities. With fifty sites, you are entering a more intimate camping experience with manicured grounds and full RV hook-ups to water, electricity (20/30/50 amps), and sewer. Access to the Internet and Cable-TV programs are all part of the select service with clean, modern restrooms, showers and laundry.
The park is dedicated to RVers with no tent sites but two fully-fenced dog zones for big pups and little pooches. This has to be one of the most pet-friendly RV parks on the map with an acre set aside where campers can exercise their dogs. There is a limit of two woofers per campsite and all guardians are expected to pick up their dog's waste. Some breed restrictions are in place.
Roads are paved with concrete pads where your motorhome has a sunny and open aspect and is around one mile from Salisbury beach, a hot spot for swimming and boating from sunrise to sunset. It’s also a cool place to walk your dog on-leash, letting them dance in and out of the awesome Atlantic waves.
If it’s a warm, summer’s day you could instead take a dip in the park's heated swimming pool while the kids have a ball in an intrepid playground. This is a smaller campground with a big, family-friendly heart that welcomes folks wanting to camp close to a beach and bring their pets.
Camp activities include horseshoes, shuffleboard, and a games room but if you’ve come for the sun, sea, and surf, there is easy access to endless stretches of beach where kayaking, surfing, fishing, and whale-watching are the fun things to do. Hikers will head for the Salisbury Point Ghost Trail, a walk under two miles through a wooded wonderland, or the Old Eastern Marsh Trail, a relaxed and scenic walk perfect for birdwatchers.