Booked this State Park due to good reviews on another website. We were disappointed. RV sites were very close together. Site required minimal leveling. We were on like a hilltop and overlooked lower level RV circle. Seems like many on lower level were part of a large group and had dogs and that barked endlessly !
Seems each RV had an additional 1-2 vehicles or local friends visiting making driving through next to impossible.
No full hookup but potable water available throughout camping circles. We were by a water spout and every time an RV/Trailer came in they of course had to fill up. Check a campground map and try to avoid these sites. Some, despite signs not to, even washed their dishes at the water spout.
You have to drive to the lake and picnic area. Picnic area appeared well kept. We did not swim due to frequency of E-Coli warnings at this lake which was disappointing as it was very warm and we would have enjoyed a cool lake swim.
We found our Gulf National Seashore reservations cancelled due to COVID . We held out till days before leaving for a 3 month trip before searching for an alternative in hopes we would be at the beach then that plan squashed by a Tropical Storm. Our go to State park further inland was booked. We got a 2 night reservation at Outback Springs. Though a small resort there are noticeable improvements. RV sites were a bit close for our tastes however the park was quiet. Site had full hookup.
A beautiful new pool, hot tub and outside lounge are available. The pool and surrounding area was clean and well kept. Grounds were well kept with a small putting green and area for playing horseshoes. There is an indoor lounge room with coffee, treats and large screen TV. Road throughout is good for walking. A small pond with Koi is in the middle of the property that was again clean and well kept.
We used our ATT hotspot for watching movies during the rain. Good phone coverage.
45 minute drive down to the beach with cute Ice cream shop along the way