The beaches are like sugar (miles) and the campground is cozy with clean bathhouses. The park is not manned after sunset so if you're a campground guest make sure you call before 5:00 PM to make arrangements to get to your reserved spot because entry/exit into the park is only available by a coded gate after hours. Dogs are prohibited to roam the state park beaches however are allowed on the public beaches just a few miles away.
The sand is so solid and white, the sea shells are amazing and the water is deep, deep blue.
The campground is at the east point of St George Island, FL. Most sites have privacy vegetation but not all. Our site was 26 and at the far end of the entrance. Best thing about it was location to the trail head unfortunately closer to the playground. Many kids in the campground even when school is in session. Staff was pleasant. Bathrooms are dated and somewhat clean. We are one of only a few Floridians here this week. Water and electric, no sewer but they do have a dump station. Trails are wonderful and the beach is beautiful and empty. They are working to repair the Michael damage and really had little effect on our stay.
We have stayed at St. George Island park a couple times. It's a nice campground. Some of the spaces are somewhat private others are close together. Be sure to look at sites online prior to reserving.
The beach is a short walk or drive from the camp ground. It is several miles into the campground and a lovely bike ride area.
The restrooms are clean.