We family camped here for three nights. The campground is clean, quiet, and has friendly hosts and rangers. Bathrooms were clean and well lit. It's about a ten minute walk to the beach access and there is also parking for cars. From the entrance of the park to the campground is roughly three miles of unspoiled dunes and trees. The views are beautiful with little light pollution at night. The sand is sugar white and clean, minus some seaweed. We saw a few dolphins from a distance and collected some neat shells. It was foggy while we were there, but normally the views on the beach are long range.
This was an easy place to setup for group camping. Fishing from the river, hiking, and these awesome views made for a perfect weekend away. Only drawback - it's Florida. Watch out for spiders and snakes.
We camped here with our Cub Scout Pack for the weekend. Loved the museum and outdoor aircrafts and tanks! There was a easy walking trail to and from the pioneer camp. The highlight was for sure the railroad that is right next to the camping area. The passenger train comes through twice a day and it so neat to see up close. Pioneer campsite is not well marked from the main road, but that may be on purpose.
This campground was a great place to spend the weekend. There are several historic hydro-electric areas to explore and scenic streams where you can skip rocks or fish. The camping area has several clean rest rooms with hot water showers. There is a camp store and rec area for the kiddos!