Judith P.

The Dyrt Pro

Jacksonville, FL

Joined February 2021

Pretty as a picture

Grayton State Park lot #35 with full hook ups including sewer on the site. We were very lucky that they had one opening for Easter weekend, and with the Reserve membership the cost was $40 total for two nights. The lots was perfect for our RV and a friend's large tent. Each site had direct access to the clean and well kept showers and bathrooms. The campgrounds were beautifully maintained and of course the beach was jaw dropping. The beach was about a half a mile from the site, a very nice walk or bike ride. Also had a bathhouse at the entrance to the beach. We really enjoyed our stay and will be back. While near Destin, visit Crab Island..the green clearr water is unbelievable..

Very fun

Campsite was large and clean. Beautiful waterfalls, trails and fishing in a stocked pond. I was very impressed with the clean facilities.

Definitely coming back

We picked this randomly at 8pm driving through Lagrange Ga. The site was #7, the price was $14 thru Reservation.com. We were very impressed by the large beautifully wooded sites all with lake access. Very clean, very calming. Highly recommend.

Really pretty spot

We booked this last minutes about 4 hours before arriving. The young lady on the phone was very helpful, when i thanked her she said it was her job. The site was $14 with out USGS pass. It's #37 overlooking the lake. I was impressed even though it was open, there was very little nouse from other campers..5 stars..


We tent camped at Henderson Beach in May 2020. The sites were large gravel with firepit, picnic table and full hookups.

They do have a senior discount, so don't forget to ask. No need to mention the beautiful beach, the grounds are well maintained as are the showers. Over all this may be my favorite place in Florida. Shopping and restaurants are literally across the highway, so many things to do. A must for everyone!

First time tent camping

After going camping with the Boy Scouts we decided that we liked camping so we bought a 10-person tent and the first place we went was Little Talbot Island which is close to home. The campsites are small but they are in between the tree so you can't see your neighbors. The bathrooms were close by and clean, the only drawback was that the beach was across the street and quiet a walk. Once you make the hike to the beach it's absolute Heaven. There are not very many people, the beach is beautiful whitish sand. water is clear, it was very enjoyable to spend the day at the beach. Of course at the end of the day it rained.

One of my favorites

We tent camped at Amicolola in early May 2020…ir was cold one night but we built a great fire in the firepit which kept us warm.The camp sites are spacios gravel and fenced.I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the park and the amenities, the restrooms were very well kept and the park manager was gracious. They have a water fall and several trails leading dow to a well stocked pond. My grandson caughed dinner…yum. I thoroughly enjoyed our stay and plan to go back.