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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.
Was able to reserve this spot day of as I was heading into Tallahassee.
Reminded me of campsites in my western mountains and was nice to camp on a soft bed of leaves and pine needles.
Caught a beautiful sunset over the lake and saw a massive gator hanging out by the fishing pier.
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I stayed with a larger group and we all had an amazing time. The owner of the farm was so welcoming and accommodating. She even gave us a tour of the farm in the morning and we were able to play with a ton of goats and chickens! It was such a great experience with genuinely kind people.
Nice campground, on beach, convenient to shopping
Camped here for two weeks in July of 2019. Very nice clean campground. Boasts a herd of dappled deer and white squirrels. Not albino but white with a small patch of gray on top of their head. Supposedly brought here by a gypsie from Spain.they were trapped on a game preserve smuggled here by said…
It was everything their web site says. Easy in and out. Water pressure was a little low. The wifi was useable but if you go for the paid upgrade ($1.50 a day) be aware it is apparently for only one device. That not stated upfront.
This park is a largely undiscovered gem. Large grounds. Clean, well kept. I have never seen it full and I drive by often even when we aren't camping. Great place to fish from a walking pier. Wouldn't recommend swimming here. We have not seen any gators here but it is prime habitat for them and well…
This trip, we stayed 2 nights in space 25. It is convenient to the bath house (which is among the cleanest we've ever seen) and has plenty room for our 28' trailer. All of the spaces are very close to their neighbors, some are too close. This park is the tightest Fl State Park in our experience.…
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I only got to spend a night here but my family enjoyed it. Nice little beach and great peer for fishing. Friendly campers in that area. Would stay again in a heartbeat.
It's the views that bring you to the Ho Hum RV Park. I had a waterfront site and thoroughly enjoyed letting the dogs run on the beach. At the end of the fishing pier you can see the crabs clinging to the support poles.
Great Gulf views.
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Small tranquil campground, sites are kinda tight, very well maintained. Sandy rv pads that were pretty level,Bath house centrally located and very very clean, camp host exceptionally nice, Electric and water no sewer. Went very first week of July 2020 and it was HOT, sand knats were bad. The beach…
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Apríl 7 to 9, 2021 I had a Sopchoppy River front site w/ water & electric, picnic table & fire ring, bench swing. Sites are first come, first served. Hot shower. (Ask Camp Host, Tom, for key when He comes by early evening to collect camp fee.) $20 per night. Swim, fish, boat launch,…
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