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Our plans changed and we were lucky to get a place as this was the only campground that had 2 nights available on short notice. We checked in at 5:05pm and the office closed at 5:00. Therefore, we had to check-in at the gate with the guard. The guard was extremely polite, however, he didn't explain how to park on the site. We did what we thought was right and woke up the next morning with the neighbor's truck parked under our living room slide. When we checked in the guard said we had to go to the office the next morning to finalize check in and paying. I had no problem with this, but the office didn't open until 10:00am and we had morning plans. So we left for our activity and then checked in when we returned about 11:00am. That was OK. However, the neighbor had complained about how we parked. So we had to bring in our 4 slides so that we could move the coach over about 4 feet. The office has a flyer about how to park, however, the gate either doesn't have that or the guard forgot to give it to us. It would have been nice to have known their parking rules prior to actually parking. For such a large park it was surprisingly very quiet at night as far as people and pet noises. It is in the flight path of either an airport or an airbase. But, the planes didn't bother us. The streets are paved but everywhere else is pea gravel. All of the sites and all of the landscaping. Even the doggie park is only gravel. The gate is manned until about 11:00pm and even though it is so large, we felt very safe.

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Two sections to the campground. The Top Section was a little crowded. However the bottom section where we stayed was in a circle with wide sites. The whole park is gravel. The long 1/2 mile entrance is road is also gravel. Very, very dusty. But that wouldn't stop us from staying there again. A severe thunderstorm came through. Owner told us to watch the water level and if starting to flood to just disconnect and come up to the top section. No sites available but OK to park on the access road. We ended up going there in the morning for a few hours. When water receded, we were all able to go back down, but our site was not acceptable, so they moved us to a high and dry spot. No further problems after this.

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Spaces are wide with good foliage between neighbors. Surprised to have sewer and cable at a state park. Campground is about 3/4 miles from the Gulf of Mexico and their private beach. If you don't want to walk or bike, they have a free tram to take you. Very convenient if you are carrying coolers, chairs, etc. There are many paved bike/walking trails and some nature trails for hiking.

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Small park with only 42 sites. Sites are long but a little narrow and not really a lot of space on either side. Super clean both the grounds and the bathrooms, laundry room. Bathhouse has 4 guest bathrooms like you would find in a house. Each has a sink, vanity, toilet and very large shower. Grounds are pet friendly with waste bags and canisters conveniently located and a doggie bathtub. There is also a dog park. They have lawn chess, swings, hammocks, firepit with provided firewood, grill and a swimming pool. Sites are gravel, but very generous so no bare or muddy spots and each has a paved patio with picnic table. Biggest negative is that the park is separated from a residential area and the owner on the other side of the fence had at least 2 dogs (but maybe more) that seemed to bark continuously at night. Even with all windows shut, they still woke us up on several occasions and then our dog and others nearby in the park would bark too. We stayed for 2 nights as a stop-over so that husband could play golf on a nearby on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.