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345 Reviews of 35 Cypress Point, Florida Campgrounds
This place is so wonderful, I'm never leaving!! Honestly, I am the host so I may be a bit bias. 😃 We have lots of fun out here, especially in the Fall, Winter and Spring. If you are true champions like us and can handle the Florida bugs and heat then the summer is fabulous here too.
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Stayed at campsite 8 for the night. It has its own little spot to launch kayaks / canoes from. We were able to get in the water as soon as the conditions looked perfect. There’s a covered picnic table area and a big fire ring. The only downside was that every hour, some local would drive up to the…
You really can have it all at this campground - with its 'next door' proximity to one of the most amazing beachheads on Florida's Atlantic coastline and quick access to the country's oldest town, St. Augustine to the countless nautical activities on the nearby Intracoastal all within a very…
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This was a great spot with full hook ups and bath/shower. There is a salt springs that is free for campers to swim in.
Beautiful site and campground. Large site and heavily treed. Water and 50 amp. Road bikes to the tower to see the animals on the prairie. So gorgeous
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The 22 mile bike trail was a fun ride that took about three hours. Our campsite was very large and private with shrubs on both sides plenty of springs to visit in the area along with Alexander springs itself was nice￼
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It was our first time out with our new camper and we throughly enjoyed the camp grounds. Very clean and well maintained. The springs are beautiful and refreshing.
Very nice new concrete RV/Trailer pads with electric and water hookup. The trailer in and out was easy even with a good sized rig (~30feet). Each spot had a picnic table and grill. I was a little disappointed that the hookup sights did not also have fire rings but the primitive tent sights do have…
When I planned my trip to the Smokies, I left the last few days open, so I could decide at a later time what kinda ✨vibe✨ I was feeling.
Would I want to travel through more of Tennessee and down through central Georgia, skipping North and South Carolinas entirely? Maybe spend some time in…
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There’s camping on both the beach side and also the river side. Sites are nice, wide and level, but offer little shade. The park offers lots of fishing, wildlife viewing, and bicycling opportunities.
This is a beautiful, quiet and secluded equine campground. It’s the perfect spot for those who love the outdoors. Staff is very polite and very helpful!! Please note there isn’t much close by, so stop at the grocery and get fuel before you turn off 17.
I love this park. Its clean. Staff is friendly. The attractions are amazing. Everyone keeps to themselves. The beach is not dog friendly, that's the only complaint I have. Even thoe my husband is disabled we still get harrassed by all the Karen's. And of course park rangers. It's a little…
This is a nice campground amongst the trees on Anastasia island in St. Augustine. It is a ways to the actual beach if walking or a short bike ride. Also, the critters here are abundant and intelligent. Dont think you are going to fool them with the usual tricks, they will find a way into your food…
I’m not sure what classifies RV Parks as a resort vs just a park but it should be dropped from Bulow. When I think of resort, I think luxury amenities, spacious sites, professional staff, etc.. As a full timer I’ve stayed at lots of RV Parks and this one is just ok. It’s great proximity to the…
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Stayed two nights in a 21 ft motorhome. Loved the city park with tons of amenities including beach and lake access. Provides full hook up with 30 or 50 amp service. Our site 283 was great as close to park entrance, beach access, lake and store. Only disappointed in the bath house shower…