Oyster Point Campground is situated on the Intercoastal Waterway and is the trailhead for the 21-mile Neusiok Trail. The trail meanders through cypress swamps, loblolly pines and vast bogs of thick vegetation. Oyster Point's shallow water boat ramp provides a launching point for boaters and angles. Nestled under tall loblolly pines, the campground features 15 sites and two vault toilets. Each site has a picnic table, fire grill, parking spur, tent pad and lantern post.
Found the campground on a map and went to see what it was all about. Sites are very large and well maintained. The bathroom is a vaulted toilet. The water spot is close to sites. No power, that makes it real camping. Great experience.
It was our first time visiting. The host was very nice, the camp sites clean and kept. We found a few paths to the river but the river access was very small. There is a Mountain-to-Sea path nearby as well.
Oyster Point Campground is no frills. But vault toilets were well maintained and cleaned.
Campsites are large and spread out. Logs were at each campsite when we arrived, great for firewood or for seating around the campfire.
Campground sits along a body of water, but no water access from any sites. At the entrance to campground there are hiking trails.
Area is remote. Closest shopping was more than 10 miles away.
Host was friendly and personable.
Highly recommend and will return again ourselves.
just want to start by saying the camp host, Tanya, is awesome. super friendly and helpful. bathrooms were very clean and well stocked.
the flys were bitting, but the mosquitos were not terrible.
there is water access but no beach.
sites have a good amount of trees to give prIvacy.
$10 a night
Not a whole lot going on at this site. The trail was washed out without warning. There are toilets available without running water. Bugs were bad but that’s to be expected. Not a bad place, not great either.