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Park located on small white sand beach. Site 50 is level with full hookups. Only issues is ATT and TMobile service bad but not park’s fault. However, their WiFi was almost useless. Otherwise I would have given a higher rating. One big plus is they allow rig washing for free.
We stayed in site 35 at the end of December. Site was level and had privacy from the neighboring sites, with electric, water and sewer hookups! Easy walk to Western Lake - some sites even back up to the lake. Longer walk to the beach/gulf, but we found the walk to be beautiful and saw quite a few birds along the way. No pets allowed on the beach - if you have a dog, ask the rangers for the brochure listing dog beaches in FL. We drove to Panama City Beach to go to the dog beach at Pier Park, which was a nice alternative. We did the Barrier Dunes Nature Trail - note that this is listed as a loop, but when we were there, it wasn’t a loop and most people we passed on the trail weren’t wearing masks. In its current state, there weren’t any gulf views from this trail. The campground was VERY quiet the whole time we were there.
As others have noted, the new owner is doing all she can to make this a go-to place. The campground is old-fashioned in lots of ways (limited number of sites, central community area, LOTS of lovely old trees). The little park in the center has games and a firepit and is lit up at night for folks to gather, and they do; families play foosball and ping pong while others sit by the fire. Very dog-friendly. Grounds and facilities are clean and well-maintained despite hurricane damage. If problems come up, management’s commitment is to find workable solutions. We’d come back.
The place is amazing. The staff were efficient. The spaces are small but private. This park is what urban camping should strive to be.
This campground reminds me of the Florida I knew when I was younger. Smaller, uneven sights. Nice that they've updated the bathhouses and electrical hookups. These sites are friendly to smaller campers and tents. Be sure to bring a boat or kayak, there's a great launch into the bay!
We enjoyed our stay. We were at campsite #51. It was private and fit our 35 foot fifth wheel perfectly. We are a family of four with two kids , age 7 and 12. The beach is a short bicycle ride away. However, for a day at the beach, we took our truck to make it easier to haul everything. There was plenty of parking. The beach is gorgeous. We went three days in a row and had calm the first day and boogie board waves by the third. The sand is very soft and clean. The water is crystal clear too. It was also not crowded since it is for campers and day use only. You have to pay to get in the park. All the sites are full hookup. There is a shower house but it wasn’t the greatest. We we’re pleasantly surprised by the washer and dryer on site. It was $2 (in quarters) per load. The site was all gravel and fairly level. The fire ring was in the corner of the site which made it hard to sit around. There are two poles to hang a hammock or clothesline on. We hardly encountered any bugs. All in all, we would come back and recommend this campground to anybody!
Nice secluded campground with easy access to the beach and surrounding forms of entertainment. Awesome area to walk, hike, and ride bikes. Nice clean bathrooms/shower houses (3). All site pads are not level. Some trails and parts of the campground were closed due to damage from hurricane Sally.