We stayed for the weekend. Our camper was located directly on beautiful Lake Seminole. The campground is spacious with full hook up to include sewer, water and electric. There was plenty of room for parking.
I did not use the facilities so I can't comment on them. I do think the grass could have been mowed a little more recent.
This is a small quiet remote camp ground. The camp ground is on Lake Seminole north of Booster Club. The sites are grass, offer water and electric with a dump station on exit.
They have full bath and showers available with a camp host.
The fishing here is great, but no swimming
The hiking in this state park camp ground is really nice. You have some hills to navigate and it can be strenuous.
The RV spots are close together but have water and electric.
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.
We love to stay at Seminole State Park. I highly recommend reserving a spot on the water. The view is lovely. The restrooms are clean and you are able to rent both canoes and kayaks.
This was our first trip to Kolomoki Mounds State Park. It was a beautiful quiet park. The walking/hiking trails are nice and relaxing.
The only negative was ants. Be sure to take ant spay with you for your camper tires, etc.