Date of Stay: June, 2005
The campground is very shady and quiet. We enjoyed swimming at the Lodge indoor and outdoor pool. The beach is nice but full of goose droppings. Putt putt was fun. The store had quite a selection of goodies. The gift shop and restaurant at the Lodge were wonderful. They have quite a few campsites that you could get together for family/friends.
Date of Stay: May, 2005
Great place for children. They have activities plannned from sun up to sun down. My son LOVES this place. Close the state park and other activities.
Date of Stay: April, 2005
This campground was a nightmare. The campground HOST'S are RUDE! RUDE! If you are looking for a great family place to relax and enjoy yourself this is not the place. I suggest that the hosts retire and soon. They should be in a retirement community not a state park. I have vowed that I would NEVER return to this park and would do what ever it takes to get the word out about the worst camping exerience I have ever had in the 30 plus years that I have been camping. PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THIS PARK IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN
Date of Stay: March, 2005
This park was wonderful. We stayed for 14 nights over spring break 2005. It was close to everything. We visited the Naval Avaiation Museum in Pensacola. Most of all we just relaxed and enjoyed the great planned activities that the campground had to offer. They had everything from an Easter party for the kids to pancake breakfast, to cards, trips to a local pizza place etc. We can't wait to go back next year.