With our senior discount this was $10/night for electric, water, flush toilets and hot showers! Boat ramp near by, seemed to attract a lot of fisherman. Some boat noise on the lake, but ok at night. One site of noisy locals for several nights. No hiking trails. Back in gravel sites under trees and pull through sites along the outside of the loop road. Rv dump near the entrance. Definitely will be back when we are in the area. I think the other review may be for East Bank because there are only 11 Sites here at River Junction. Also as of Oct 2019, it is closed from April 1 to Oct 1.
This was our second visit to this beautiful COE park. Due to the warm weather there were many sites available to us in early August. We were able to get a waterfront site with a long gravel drive, picnic table and fire pit. There are a variety of sites available depending on your preference for sun or shade. The campground hosts were very friendly and helpful. The campground has electric and water at each site with a dump station available. There is a boat launch and a very nice fish cleaning hut near the dump station to process your catch. The restrooms and showers were clean. We happened to be there during May fly season so there were a lot of bugs. We even saw a deer while out for a walk.
We stayed for 4 nights. There were people in & out only staying a night or two. It is very quiet, the beach is nice (there are 2 gators that live on the other side of the lake), the bathrooms are clean, the shower was decent & the host was great! The sites are all HUGE (the outer ring is better than the inner), they are all close to the bathroom & more than enough privacy. You MUST reserve your site either online or by calling & the prices listed on the board are NOT correct. It is now $20 a night for non electric/water site and $30 for water/electric
Full hook ups, gravel parking, cable TV, bathhouse, store, LP gas, clean and quiet, well operated.
I stayed here while on a bicycle tour because there was no other choice nearby, and Perry FL is where I ended up that day. Unless you are in an RV, do NOT tent camp here. For 28 dollars I got a weed-covered, sandy little plot next to the highway with glaringly bright street lights overhead. The plot was so small I could hear the guy snoring in the tent next to mine, despite the blaring traffic noise. The only good things here were the friendly managers and the clean bathroom.
We stayed there in March for 4 days. We have family and every time one came to pick us up the guys on golf carts would say they need to sign in. Other than that the rest rooms were kinda run down. But the spacing between rigs was great. You could have a fire. And it’s close to perry so you can get to things quickly. Eat Casa Grande if your in town. Thanks
We stayed for the weekend. Our camper was located directly on beautiful Lake Seminole. The campground is spacious with full hook up to include sewer, water and electric. There was plenty of room for parking.
I did not use the facilities so I can't comment on them. I do think the grass could have been mowed a little more recent.
A Florida State Park that reminds us of the foothills of North Carolina except for the occasional palm tree. Toured the Gregory House a cotton plantation house that was moved across the river by the CCC. We made a trip into Chattahoochee, FL for lunch and a look at the Jim Woodruff Dam where The Chattahoochee, Apalachicola and Flint Rivers converge.
This is a small quiet remote camp ground. The camp ground is on Lake Seminole north of Booster Club. The sites are grass, offer water and electric with a dump station on exit.
They have full bath and showers available with a camp host.
The fishing here is great, but no swimming
Tate's Hell State Forest is a primitive dispersed camping area slightly north the Gulf of Mexico in the Florida Panhandle region. Instead of a single campground with multiple sites, Tate's Hell provides individual camps sites through out the forest, many of which are along the Carabelle River. Sites offer fire ring, picnic table and cleared tent area. All sites are accessed by dirt roads that are fairly well maintained. Many of these sites can accommodate a popup or RV, but there are no electrical, water or sewage hook ups in the state forest. If you are looking for an authentic backwoods, roughing it camping experience - this is your place!
Sites can be reserved 1 877 879 3859. The regional ranger station is located at 290 Airport Rd, Carrabelle, FL 32322.
While Sugar Mill is titled as an RV Park, they accommodate tent camping as well. There is a general store in the office for any forgotten items, and electrical/water hookups if desired. The lady who owns and runs the place is very personable and sweet, and the bubbling stream behind our campsite was lovely and made this place even prettier.
Cool spot Fun place nearby. Fathoms . you will enjoy it !
Nice,level sites. Paved patios with gravel parking for rvs.
No shade, great WiFi and cable tv. Sparkling pool and a fishing pier but no sand beach. Right on hwy 98 so some traffic noise.
No sewer hook up with a dump station on site. Great campground hosts. Beautiful lake with good fishing.