Nice secluded little spot close to our home in Fort Walton but still manages to feel like you’re far away. Would recommend for a local getaway!
very nice quite secluded spot. camp site has locked gate, should receive gate code once reserve with reserveamerica. also if very importance: you cannot get to site from 30A, google maps does not know if you link from this app - entrance is from hwy 98. otherwise, clean quite spot with privacy and ample hiking and biking trails
Nice primitive campground located near 30A beach. The road leading in is sandy and gravely. The site was for tent camping and offers a picnic table, grill, fire pit, food/lamp pole and a porta house (which was fairly clean, considering). There was also a pier close by. The bed was gravel and uncomfortable but they were actually repairing it while we were there, so it should be quite comfortable for your stay! No hookups or water. We stayed at campsite #1 which had plenty of trees for shade and was closest to the water, but they all looked nice. The beach is right across the bay so it's a short drive to the ocean. Quiet and clean, we stayed four days and had a neighbor for two of them. He seemed respectful to nature and gave us no issues. Overall would stay again, just remember there is no shower to get off all that sand and sunscreen!
Great primitive camping with several spots on the water in camping area 2
Has a “outhouse” no running water or hookups in the primitive camping area. Roads are easy to travel in a sedan. Campsites provide picnic table and grill with a lantern pole and pea gravel area to set up tent. Very glad I found this!