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Its way to clustered for any comfort. The city and traffic are very loud. Beach is close but very crowded and shrouded in shadows of enormous multiplex condos.
This is one of the most amazing little spots. The true forgotten coast. From the bay to the Gulf of Mexico beautiful scenery, lots of nature, and some of the most breathtaking sunsets you can catch. Unfortunately hurricane Michael devastated this area causing the camping site of the park to…
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We were here for an overnight stop on the way back to Florida. The owner is great and we had a pull through site so we didn't have to unhook. Looks like there is a lot to do, but we were only there a short time. There is some road noise from I-10 but not a deal breaker.
Improvements every time we stop. Wifi, good cell signal (tmoble & att) not a lot of frills.
Nice campground, on beach, convenient to shopping
Camped here in August of 2019 a quiet campground located about 25 miles from Panama City Beach. Mostly pine forrest nice campsites and a beautiful lake.
Set your GPS for the Point Washington Field Office on Hwy 89. Access road 11 is across the highway. Recommend approaching eastward from the west, and it’s an right turn off the highway once you spot it.
Your online reservation will include a four digit gate code, which you will need!
Site is on…
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Twin Lakes RV Park FL is one of the top ten private parks we have visited. Lot of amenities, ked friendly, beautiful bathrooms.
Spent spring break 2021 there. Loved the amentities; two heated pools, clean nice playgrounds for the kids, nice laundry area, great layout to take walks, level clean spots, trash ran twice a day (picked up from your spot!) and a nice employees everywhere I met! Highly recommend!
Apríl 6, 2021 Site:49 Pidock Rd. Remote, secluded, primitive camping Use GPS coordinants but still very Difficult to find w/o assistance from Park Service Office about two miles north of access road. Very pretty site is off a woods road on a river with wetland on two other sides
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Have waited six months into our RV life to start reviews for fair comparisons. Stayed 6 nights in 35 foot RV+tow car in 2 different sites at$24/night. About par for the course for ACE campground: quiet, peaceful, on a lake. Not much to do in the park, and not really a whole lot in the surrounding…
Grayton State Park lot #35 with full hook ups including sewer on the site. We were very lucky that they had one opening for Easter weekend, and with the Reserve membership the cost was $40 total for two nights. The lots was perfect for our RV and a friend's large tent. Each site had direct access…
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Great trails in the mountains of Florida. Campsites are narrow but long we had enough space to set our screen room up behind camper. Hurricane michael did extensive damage to the area. Trees and shrubs are growing back. Not much shrubbery between sites. Two super cool yurts for rent and a cabin.…
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We camped at Pidcock Road Campsite #49 during the 2020 Leonid meteor shower. Nice place for dogs (req'd on leash) as no other campsites nearby. Very quiet, no water or electricity. Don't trust google map for road directions, you have to approach from the east or north. Dirt roads could be an…
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Needed a place to stay for a day to catch up on rest. Everything was ok. The best part I’d have to say is the $1 for wash/drying clothes. They have one washer and two dryers. Check out is at 3pm. For some reason, my iPhone was behind by an hour. I thought it was 2pm, but it was actually 3pm.…