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Not what I expected
Beautiful new pier, super friendly staff that actually care about the campground.
It's a decent place. The staff was super nice! Very accommodating! For the price, almost $50 a night, it could have been allot better. The campground is decent, but the portion between the campground and lake needs a serious cutting! Kinda ruined it for us cause that! The wifi was OK, when it…
We were initially assigned to site number 10 which was small but fine because we were tent camping. After a quick set up we started walking around and found site number 16 open by the water with a breeze.￼￼ We drove up to the front confirmed availability and moved camp. Keep in mind this is not the…
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Facilities and campsites were nice. I was impressed with how well the campsites drained as we went during the rainy season. The trails were wet and the river a little too high to do much kayaking. It would have been nice if the hiking trails had more signs.
I love this campground. The amenities, the lake, and the beautiful nature trails make this place special. All of the campsites are shaded by tall long leaf pines. Both the Sweetwater Trail and the Bear Lake Trail are part of the Forest Service's Trailwalker Program.
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Grayton Beach is only one gem along 30 A. Huge park with hiking trails, kayaking, and sunsets to die for! We can't get enough of the fun, sun and hospitality of the panhandle. Sites have water and power. Sandy, large and somewhat secluded. Bring everything you need because no onsite store or even…
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I initially had a reservation at one of the primitive camp grounds, but my reservation was cancelled due to flooding that closed all three primitive camp grounds. Better yet, I got an RV spot on the day of arrival. Great pull-through sites with fire ring, picnic table, water, and electricity.…
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Nice campground clean showers and restrooms and friendly staff
The last time I camped here was about 15 years ago. It has been updated, beautiful. The two ponds are still nice and provide a place to fish.
Easy on/off of I-10. Friendly, helpful staff. Plenty of pull throughs. Some pads are dirt, some gravel, some concrete. They appear to be adding gravel to un-occupied sites. The camp rules (cloth lines, pet pens) are clearly not enforced
Every site has a great view of the lake.
The campground is technically not in a traditional beach such as Miramar or Clearwater; rather, it’s a small bay front area with a small man-made beach area adjacent a pier out into the bay. The campground is well-maintained except for the ant mounds around all the sites. The water in the bay is…
The Hideaway Retreat is a quirky little place tucked between the Santa Rosa Sound and Navarre Hwy. I can’t say it was a horrible stay - there are some nice features: you are pretty much right on the water and the depth and calmness are perfect for younger children and parents who want to…
This was a great little area close to the beach with several amenities. We stayed here two nights. I would say the most challenging part was getting across the highway - it tends to be pretty busy. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is because the bathrooms didn’t get cleaned while we were…