The website is not available. I do not go camping anywhere that I cant check out before we go.
I personally do not like camping in slots like a deck of cards. Most of this place is permanent residents. They have a nice private beach and a small game room. We had a camper next to us who.was living there for a month and was nasty because he had his antenna on our site
I had an amazing time here. It is back to nature with water and electric hookups. The spring itself is beautiful and great swimming as long as you can stand the 72 degree water. We had a mama raccoon and her 3 babies stop by our campsite and our neighbor spotted a black bear…..not too close.
A small but clean friendly campground. Beautiful spot for fishing and photography. Sunrise and sunset were amazing
This park is right on the water. We saw a giant sea turtle bigger than a manhole cover. We watched dolphins play at sunrise. We were parked right across from the water. My husband and the kids fished off the rocks
What I loved was the seclusion and privacy of each campsite. What I didnt like was the beach was too far to walk and we didnt have a bicycle
Beautiful campground with nice bathrooms. They have scuba lessons in pool if you have never dived. They also rent the equipment for both scuba and snorkeling. They have a covered picnic area
This is one of the most beautiful and interesting state parks I have ever been to.
There are tent and rv sites. The bathrooms were dirty the last two times we went. And the beach was trashy. This used to be my favorite place but has went downhill and I doubt I will ever return
We had full hookup and a beautiful site. It's a short walk to the springs for tubing. You can bring your own or rent a tube. They have a shuttle to bring you back. Bathrooms were clean. Campground was beautiful
There are not any full hook up sites. The river side of the campground has many trees and shade. The ocean side lots are small and out in the open. You can pay 2.50 to tour the fort and small museum. Definitely worth it.