States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
My wife and I were there the first week of June, 2017. Our spot (753) was next to the road going to and from the beach. In the mornings we would watch everyone heading to the beach being all excited and full of energy and later in the evening watching most of the same people coming back wore out and sunburned. Yes, some of the spots are tight, yes, some of the kids get a little wild on bikes, and yes, there is sand. You will get sand in your camper, we swept ours out at least twice a day and we had a tub of water by the door to rinse our feet off. It is a little expensive but you are on the beach, the staff has activities for the kids, 2 pools and you probably only do this once a year. Also the staff is excellent. Everywhere you look there is a staff member on a golf cart with a radio more than willing to help you. The manager was excellent and actually every staff member we met were super great. I feel it is a little too much money but like I said earlier you are on the beach and we only go once a year for a weeks stay. If you love the beach it is a fun place to take your R.V. We camped at Camp Gulf in a Travel Trailer.
Things to do when not raining is go to the beach. When raining go shopping at the outlet malls. After a few days at the beach and you have had enough sun take a day trip to Seaside, Florida and Panama City, Florida. Do not go to Whales Tail for dinner. It is not good!!! Spent $53.00 for my wife and I to eat and have a beer. The food is served on paper plates with plastic forks and knives.