I noticed that Ft. Pickens reviews have gotten a bit scattered. Two listings are under Pensacola, one for Ft. Pickens and the following Gulf Islands National Seashore. Same campground. Then someone also posted one under Santa Rosa Island which is in fact the actual island it is on. Correction to the Santa Rosa posting, there are no Ocean Front sites, you must walk over the dunes to get to the Gulf seashore. And all three give different numbers on how many sites. Here's the official from the website:
"Located on the west end of Santa Rosa Island, south of Pensacola,the Fort Pickens Campground has 200 sites. Campsites feature paved parking pads, picnic tables, grills, water and electric hook-ups, and are located in an area which includes grass, pine, and oak trees. The Gulf of Mexico and Pensacola Bay are a short walking distance from the campground. All sites have electricity and are $20 per night. Overnight stays are limited to 44 days per calendar year, with no more than 14 days between March 1 and Labor Day."
So when you get a moment and aren't busy maybe the reviews can be combined.