Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Big Lagoon State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
No WiFi
Big Lagoon State Park is located in Florida
30.322 N
-87.404 W
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22 Reviews of Big Lagoon State Park
Big lagoon

Every good facility, rangers also very helpful during after hours checkin plenty of bathrooms and showers all clean. Spaces are very close together yet have decent privacy.

Amazing Wooded Beach Getaway

I loved this campsite. Bathrooms were super clean. Water ran both hot and cold. The trail on site was beautiful. The only reason why I didn’t rate 5 stars is the restrictions on dogs at the beaches. It was super hot the weekend we went and my poor pooch was dying to go swimming.

Beautiful and updated!

Lots of great camping, fishing, kayak rentals, and boat ramps. Beautiful pavilion for weddings and other gatherings. Lots of trails and awesome animal sightings! Took the dogs and kids here often and loved it!

Excellent time

Had a wonderful time with the kids and the dogs, even while fighting the biting flys, only downfall was one extremely ride park ranger. Overall a great time and we are planning a return trip!

Great kayaking

Fun time

Great location

Location is close to many local tourist spots. Great areas to fish or launch a boat at the park. The sites are small and ours was very sandy making leveling a little difficult.

Boardwalk Traild

Edged up against the heavily commercialized coast is the Big Lagoon State Park. Located only a few minutes away from some popular attractions, this park provides contrast to the retail area. There are a lot of outdoor activities to do here. We especially enjoyed the boardwalk trails. If you are not from the area and want to see a different landscape, the boardwalk trails provide you with that option. The cost to enter the state park for the purpose of day-use is $4.00 per vehicle/1 person, or $6.00 per vehicle/2-8 people.

A frequent favorite

We live close enough to camp here often. It’s beautiful. Lots of trails to hike. Bring your kayak and bikes.

A beautiful place to visit

We are new to pulling an RV and this was one of our first to visit. This place is awesome. Good trails, excellent scenery an observation tower ….. The staff was very helpful and courteous. We even had a free concert at the out door theater. Only down side is no sewer connection which is not an issue for a short visit. We will visit again!

Nice and clean

Great trails to walk, super nice showers and bathrooms. Wildlife is everywhere. Close to the naval base. Very nice staff. The board walk out to the observation tower is great for a stroll