Monica G.
Osgood, IN
Joined April 2018
Overnight stay

We just stayed here overnight on our way to Destin, Fl. I liked this campground our site was very spacious. It had a concrete pad a graveled area too. Each site had a picnic table, a grill and a fire pit. The bathrooms were very clean. The showers were individual small rooms on the end of the bath houses. The water was hot in the showers. I did not notice any bugs or cobwebs in the bathrooms.

First to Review
Spring break visit

We had a good time camping here. The beach was beautiful. We did see a lot of jellyfish in the water so be aware of that. We even caught one in a fishing net. The week we were there they had a different activity for the kids each day. They had painting sand dollars, bubba the alligator show, face painting and even an Easter egg hunt. They have 2 pools one is covered and heated with a hot tub. They have basketball courts, corn hole, a playground even pool tables. The staff is super helpful helping you to park because the spaces are tight. We also rented a cart buggy to haul our stuff to and from the beach for $5 a day and it came in handy taking laundry to the laundry area. The restrooms were very clean and they have individual shower rooms that have a toilet and sink too. We enjoyed ourselves and will be back here to beautiful Destin.

Fall break visit

We camped in our rv mh. The site we had was very large. It was a pull through site that had a fine gravel pad area on the upper level. It had steps down from there to the next level which had a very large pad where the fire pit was located. There was two other sets of stairs off of that one went to a wooded area the other went to water front lake area. My family enjoyed having our own private fishing area. The bathrooms were clean but outdated. I did see some cobwebs in the corners. It did rain a couple of the days we were there and the 2nd pad area flooded quickly on the right hand side. We did not store anything on that level but if you do be aware of that or if you set up a tent on that level. It does not drain well at all. The camp host was very nice and stopped by on his golf cart a time or two just to see how things were going and to tell us where he was located if we needed anything. The site we were in was across from the bathrooms and there was a playground there too. They have laundry a single washer and dryer at a few of the bathhouses not every one. There was not a washer and dryer at the bathroom next to us but we did find one. We could only see our neighbor to the right of us no others so 77 has good privacy. I did get special permission from the campground host to drive our Rzr from our site to the boathouse with the laundry area it would of been a long walk. We also drove to the camp store on it too and to put garbage in the dumpsters. We were respectful and only drove on the pavement at a slow rate of speed. Not sure what the official policy is on it but he did allow it.