We stayed here on our very first trip in our new motorhome and we could not have picked a better place! The people were very nice, invited us to a pot luck meal they were having at their clubhouse that night. There was a nice convenience store, nice enough bath houses and lots of fishing locations! You can hear the drag strip some but not enough to be a hinderance (or enough to really get your blood flowing either, if that’s more your style.)
This campground was almost perfect! We called ahead for reservations and used a discount membership program. We arrived around 4pm and were glad we had reservations because the park had no more open spots. Check in was quick and the office has a small camp store with some basic necessities, fishing supplies, and firewood. They also have propane. They have FHU sites, but our site (#24) was a back-in site with 30 amp and electric. There is a dump station. It was a mostly level and sandy. Our spot was great because it was at the end of the "cul-de-sac". The spaces are not uncomfortably close together. We did have a picnic table and fire ring. They do have WiFi, but it was not the greatest. The best reception we got with our Verizon cell service was about 2 bars of 3G! It made it difficult to get any work done. There is a laundry room ($1.50 for each machine). They had a pretty small playground with swings. They did have horseshoes and basketball. The clubhouse had a pool table, TV, puzzles, and books, but it was locked when we tried to check it out. They did offer free coffee in the morning in the clubhouse (which is the only reason we knew what was inside). They allow fishing on the bank and have a small boat launch for guests. The restroom/shower was fairly clean with plenty of hot water. There is only one shower stall and 2 toilets. You can lock the bathhouse door for privacy. We really enjoyed the setting with the big trees and the riverbank. The slow internet and low cell signal was the only downside for us personally. We made a day trip into Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach. The weather was cool, windy, and overcast but we still enjoyed it.
*P.S. this campground is in Florida not Kansas
We enjoyed our two-week stay here in late January 2019. Most of the sites are full-hookup, but they were full, so we ended up in the tent sites with no sewer. We still had 30-amp electricity and water and they have a dump station on-site. We liked our spot because it was tucked in the woods and we had no close neighbors. The rest of the campsites were in the open, but the distance between rigs was reasonable. The campground is mostly sand, but that is expected in Florida. Most was compact and there were no concerns of getting stuck. Very easy to get to this campground. It’s about 2 miles from I-10. We had good internet service for both AT&T and Verizon. It’s a small town so we went to Crestview for anything we needed which is about 15 minutes away. We originally booked for one week but stayed one more week to get some brake work done on the rig. The office staff were nice, and we were also able to get a package delivered while we were there. Overall, it was a good stop over to get some errands done. Not a ton to do in the area and the weather was not great when we were there. Had it been better, we would have visited the beach a time or two. We would stay again.