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Has a white sand spring fed swim area with a large slide and a trolley. Golf cart and pet friendly. Trails to walk on in the woods around several ponds. Has 30 and 50 amp connection's, sewer and water hook up. Tent and cabin camping also. Canoe rentals for catch and release fishing in ponds. …
Great spot on the Gulf of Mexico. The sites have full hookups and are level, and best of all on the beach. This is not a typical RV park as there are no amenities. As of this date rates are $70 a night. One of the best things is there is a gazebo at the back of the site, with a light. I am from the…
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So fun and helpful
I would give it a five but the trails are all closed and some of the sites were flooded .
really secluded spots easy to get into and camp is under the trees which is a nice touch .
About 30 mins to Big Thicket visitors center and hike access. There are several nice hikes in the park but many were closed due to a long-leaf pine reforestation project that involved logging and shredding. A bit inconvenient and we could hear the shredders but we met one of the project engineers…
Nice place with a short walk to the beach.
Campground is nothing special, but we mostly hung out on the beach. We drove the RV out on the sand & had a campfire out there.(Didn’t sleep out there) Probably not allowed.
Real bad mosquitoes at dusk!!!
Quiet, clean, no pool, no club house. Nice place to stay, easy in, easy out. Close to food, shops, the mall, and the hospital.
Or stay in the small, open campground with picnic tables, fire rings, water and electric hook up and a nearby comfort station. There’s an outside cold water shower and an elevated walkway crossing wetland to the beach.
The birding is absolutely fantastic so come with binoculars. I saw great…
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It is a nice park not big with some nice trails, the camping spots are really close together, restrooms and showers well maintained and cleaned daily.
The area was ravaged by the fall hurricanes, so almost no stores, restaurants or gas stations are to be found within 15 miles..... so get everything you need before you get here, cause once you're here you have no reason to leave, if you're here for beach.
You'll get greeted by a southern…
I cannot speak to the actual park because we chose to stay on the beach.
Other than proximity to the lavatories, I cannot see why people would choose to stay in the reserved spots when you can wake up with a clear, secluded view of the ocean. We were one of two campers on the beach- and it’s…
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I was very impressed with the cleanliness and convenience of this park. Highly recommend!
We enjoyed Christmas in this quiet park, kinda chilly and pretty deserted. As per normal for RV parks, WiFi sucks but cell signal was adequate (fairly strong with WeBoost) close proximity to shops and restaurants (loved Tia Juanitas Fish camp). Walks, bike tracks, river for kayaking all add to…
The park was full, but I'm so glad it was! For $13 you can drive right out and stay on the beach. There was so much room, the sunset and sunrise were amazing. There were wild hogs in the evening... so avoid those. Sleeping with the sound of the ocean right outside your door is amazing! Bring a…
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I’ve been camping around the country for four months straight now and this is the only park - national, state, regional or otherwise - that I’ve encountered that literally locks their gate at night.
The time listed on google or their website is a hard closing time, not just when the ranger goes…