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Great facilities. Very helpful staff. Stayed in Panama City beach. Going back ASAP!
Uncrowded lakeside camping. Great for swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking. Very quiet and peaceful. Great camp hosts. Very clean bathrooms and showers. My visit was during the summer months, didn’t get any mosquitos bites but there were a lot of gnats, so bring bug repellent or screened…
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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We stayed here one night for a quick spot to sleep and relax while traveling on the road. The owners were very accommodating as we arrived very late in the evening. The campground was clean and felt safe.
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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Awesome campground with good amenities. Each site has fire ring, picnic table, water and electric. Most sites had good flora between sites, offering a little privacy. Restroom and shower facilities with a coin operated laundry.
Ranger Rob shared a secret, two campsites cannot be reserved and…
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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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There is no shade, no privacy between campsites, if you want to have a fire you have to pay extra to rent a firepit, if you want to play pool or minigolf or even horseshoes then you have to give the front desk your license and turn them back in before they close at 5. Staff was rude and nit very…
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.
While this is still a pretty park, it was hit hard by Hurricane Michael. Still has pretty sites around a nice backwater lake of the Chattahoochee River. Really nice for fishing and winter camping, it has limited shade for summer outings. Nice staff.
We got there late and woke up the next morning to a view of the water. Stayed a week. Met some great people, rented a golf cart and explored the beach. We loved it!
Office staff were very helpful and WiFi worked great. Also short drive to the beach. Bath house needs lots of work but is functional. Campground has small mobile home lot at back of property.
Seminole state park was a great place to go enjoy nature. The campground was right on the lake and many had great views. The low review is due to lack of things to do. There were not too many hiking trails, and really nothing to exciting about it resides a lake.
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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