50$ and it was unorganized and cluttered. Nope!
We stayed a few nights in the off season, and really didn't think it was a bad place. It's nothing fancy, just some lots behind a convenience store. But, we really didn't need anything else.
We took the 4 o'clock ferry and arrived in Ocracoke after 6. Drove to the state park which was advertising $28/night. We came back to this place, which is really a grassy sandy potholy parking lot behind a convenience store. The ladies were super friendly checking us in (they were still recovering from storm damage) but the price was right $27 (water and power and dump) and so we stayed. Walked around a bit, had dinner and a few drinks, and walked back home. Perfect for what we needed for a night.