31 Parks near Geneva, Alabama
We did however find 31 campgrounds within 50 miles of Geneva. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Geneva in the left hand column.
Jan 2016 - $35.00
This place was not clean and very noisy. We were looking for a relaxing vacation and this place was anything but. Owners were rude and unfriendly. - Ron and Amy
Jan 2011 - $18.00
The owners have done an excellent job of cleaning up after the previous owners. Both are the kindest, most helpful and gracious owners we have encountered. Everyone is very friendly. The grounds are landscaped nicely and well kept. There are a number of long timers who are also helpful. They have added a club house for get together. Two docks available for fishing. Landing is available with a recommended $2 launching fee. The lake only allows electric motors - no gasoline. The campgrounds are literally out in the country closer to Geneva, AL than Defuniak Springs, FL. - MOexpat
Mar 2010 - $18.00
Excellent little campground! Most sites have at minimum a large deck, and some even have large protected decks including full roof over the deck and camper/RV. Full hookups available, although check the length of your wires/hoses as they can be an extra 5-15 feet away compared to other campgrounds we have stayed. Work is still being done on the campground and it looks like they may be expanding. Currently they are redoing much of the electrical but we never experienced any outages or spikes. It appears that dish network TV is available, but I am not sure about wireless, phone or modem hookups. The owners/hosts are great people, VERY kind, helpful and go above and beyond. Boat ramp close by and there is a recommended $2 boat launch fee which is definitely well worth the graciousness they provide. Excellent fishing most of the year although this year has been tough with the extended and colder than usual winter. - MikeKai
Jun 2012 - $25.00
Pulled off the highway looking for an overnight stay. Found this park way out in the country. Beautiful setting with super friendly staff. Great diving area available along with swimming and recreation. Great, off the beat spot for family vacationing at a reasonable price. A,lot of people staying there, but surprisingly quite at night. If I ever traveled through this area again, I would not hesitate to stop. - Jeff MacDonald
Jun 2007 - $18.00
Very primitive, much sand, roads were in disrepair, sites poorly marked. It took us 50 minutes just to get checked in, staff was new and not very professional. This is an excellent Dive site, great swimming area, kind of small. We left a day earlier than we were supposed to. Hopefully they will bring this park up to standards soon. - jericbarg
Jun 2006 - $27.00
Yuk. Sites were awful. Electric boxes falling apart. Only saving grace was the swimming area. A cool spring. I would recommend staying somewhere else and day visiting because this campground is terrible. - skycop
May 2016 - $31.00
This is a nice and quite campground. we stayed there for two nights. The lots are fairly level and gravel. Several spots were shaded which was nice. Great cable TV, and we had no problems getting decent wifi. We would stay there again
The only drawback is Bonifay, FL. is one of those little towns that seems to have been passed up during a growth spurt. Not a whole lot to do in the area. - archbarb
Jan 2016 - $32.00
Park is not a resort - needs a lot of TLC - sites on the side of hill and tight for big rigs. Wifi was weak. Cable TV okay. Bright spot is the on site restaurant - The Mustang Grill - good food for reasonable prices! Great overnight stay while exiting FL on I-10! - Retired FL CSM
Dec 2015 - $36.00
Stayed in late Dec 2015 because Falling Waters SP had been evacuated due to high water. RV sites were on the side of a hill and could not completely level my unit. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Restaurant was closed. Cable TV was awful, OTA was better. - daviputnam
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Very friendly staff, only a couple of nightly sites so calling would be smart to ensure a spot. I only saw 2 drive through sites and mine was long but this campground would be a better fit for smaller units, maybe less than 38 ft. Quiet setting and extremely well kept right on the lake. No sewer hook ups but they did have a dump station. Many long term rigs but it was neat and clean and well run. We will try to return and stay longer. Only a couple of easy driving miles off the freeway. - weighit
Apr 2013 - $15.00
See June 2012 review for more info. This CG is no 10, but is a very good value with Passport America. We paid $12 plus $1.50 for cable (a pretty good lineup appx. 65 stations) and tax so it was $29 for 2 nights. The Wi-Fi was very good. The area is not the best and the town like many others does not offer much. The CG itself has lots of old dated trailers, but we had no problems. Everyone pretty much keeps to themselves here. There are two sites that have side but side hookups and no sewer. The one facing the pond is not bad. We were in the other and very close to the sites on either side. These are the pull through sites and the largest. Not very big rig friendly so I would not recommend it for anything over 38'. We would stop again if passing thru the area. Overall a solid value with PA and a not a bad place for a night or two. - Bob and Inga
Apr 2013 - $12.00
Rate paid was with Passport America. Very nice little park with the friendliest owners that we have every met. Mostly permanent residents in the park with only four overnight spots. Very clean restrooms and showers. Laundry was very reasonable. Loved the park and would stay there again. - rlyons
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Great little overnight spot if you are in the area. They have a few big rig friendly sites and you do. To have to unhook your car. Owner has you call when you get off the freeway and she gives directions and mets you outside the campground. Then takes you to your spot and ensures you get level. Right on lake and you can sit on deck and enjoy the water. - Buspuppies
Mar 2015 - $19.00
Clean level gravel sites. Well spaced on gentle slope to lake. 30/50 amp service. Very quiet and private. The proprietor is very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again. - User3471
Mar 2015 - $22.00
We pulled in for only one evening but the view, friendliness as well as peacefulness of the park kept us another day. A piece of Old Florida. A lovely deck on the water with tables and chairs to sit an enjoy the lake. - Dave's Wife
Feb 2016 - $43.00
As the previous reviewer stated this place is being totally renovated. We had a beautiful site directly on the water. At his time there are about 17 site with more opening soon. It is about 10 miles from Rt10. - Fluffy 41
Dec 2015 - $42.00
We stayed at Twin Lakes for a couple of days. The park is currently under renovation, and once it is done, it will be a wonderful place to be. Right on the lake shore, quiet and tranquil. The concrete pads are wide and level, with all new electric, water, and sewer system in place. Club house and pool is done, but the toilet and shower facilities are not yet finished. - Jensvilhelm
Dec 2011 - $10.00
We enjoyed our week here. Very quiet, peaceful place. A few sites have a 50 amp plug but per the maintenance guy, No sites have 50 amp service. We didn't need it this time of year anyway. Shared posts with circuit breakers for several sites so just find your post along your row. All staff are super friendly and helpful. Sites area all back-in, park on stone with pad for picnic table. Restrooms/showers are old but clean. Rate is Coast-to-Coast. The town of DeFuniak Springs was a bonus. Cute old town with lots of history (go to the library!). Nice walk around circle lake. About 30 minutes to beaches on the Gulf straight south. We'll stay here again. - cwier
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Great staff, poor Wifi, and friendly campers even with lots of seasonal campers. We pulled in with a slow leak on a truck tire. They pumped in enough air to get me the 8 and 1/2 miles into town and called to tell them I was coming. Found more damage than a slow leak so we put on two new rears which we were planning to do this in winter. We stayed 2 nights and they even sent someone to our sight the first night to see if we were okay and to let them know if we needed any more assistance. We will stop here again. - Mr. Camper
May 2015 - $28.00
We enjoy this Rv resort for holiday and long weekend getaways. The owners have created a nice campground with lots of amenities.
Sites are grassed with concrete patio slabs, well maintained.
We have a 32' motorhome and have never had a problem. We have always gotten a 50 amp pull through.
Clean pool, exercise room, friendly staff and volunteers. Live entertainment on Saturday nights which was great for a local place, talent surprised us.
The full timers and those that reside in cottages Keep their places well maintained.
This weekend they had a bbq and Memorial Day ceremony.
Great place to overnight or stay a week. Our grandkids love the pool, playground and fishing dock.
Paved roads and escort to your site. Free wifi and cable. Full hook up. - Gatorgrammie
Mar 2015 - $29.00
We stayed one night in a pull thru. The level, grass site was very close to our neighbor on the hookup side, but we had lots of room on the patio side. It's a beautiful park, and we'd like to comeback when we have more time. - mrpeepers
Oct 2015 - $28.00
I gave a satisfactory rating because the park is in transition from state to city and there are some maintenance issues because of it. State has pulled out the laundry facilities and slacked off on maintenance. Lake side sites were $35 while across the road were $28. All sites have water & electric, level and tree lined. Our B was the smallest camper there, about 4 other sites had 5'ers, all other sites were empty. 28 total sites. We had a beautiful lakefront site. Hope this park doesn't fall into disrepair. - garmp
May 2015 - $35.00
Great State Park on Lake Jackson. Awesome views, great lake for kayaking. Sites are dirt and gravel, somewhat level, lots of trees and moss. Bath house nice and clean. Sites are close with a few pull-thru. Stayed in a 40 ft Motor Home. Will stay again. - gleLOAL
Oct 2014 - $24.00
Friendly staff. Most sites are back-in. Beautiful setting with views of the lake from all sites.
Cable was fuzzy. Satellite depends on site due to the trees.
The sewer on my site was backed-up and unusable. - jnateg
Dec 2015 - $13.00
What a nice campground! Large level spacious lots, some very private, many with a view of the beautiful Lake Tholocco. There is a small playground and picnic shelters on site. Employees were very friendly and the campground is super secure, being on the base. It was very quiet and peaceful while we were there over the holidays, however, normally there would be occasional helicopters flying overhead, (which is pretty cool!)The paved roads were very nice for biking. The only drawback is no sewer hookups but the bathrooms and laundry are very large, nice and clean. Even in December with lots of rain, it was a very nice stay! - Jeni
Jun 2011 - $18.00
The stay was good but the big bummer is no sewer hook ups. I talked to the staff: sever hook-ups are coming and Wi-Fi too. The rate is the same everyday. The game wardens are all over the place, so have your fishing permit handy. - ttflightengineer
Oct 2008 - $15.00
Nice, clean and very well maintained. The staff were friendly and helpful. The only downside for us was the lack of sewer hook-up. After three days, the gray water needed dumping. For a two week trip, this was very inconvenient for us. Were able to get a good satellite TV signal and our Alltel wireless Internet worked great. Would stay here again if for a short time. - TeamBell
Dothan, Alabama (map) | (334) 792-3313
Sites: 75 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 65 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This is the second time we stayed at this park overnight. It is conveniently located, has level sites (no need to unhook) and full services. Staff is friendly and helpful.
Only drawback is it is that overnight sites are close to a major highway and noise from 18 wheelers, while less in the middle of the night, is a factor to consider. - larryo
Apr 2016 - $31.00
We stopped for one night. Very friendly and helpful front office. We had called ahead for a satellite-friendly site and they had one for us. On the down side it was in the row right beside the busy and noisy highway. Oh well. But a Big, spacious site with flower garden, picnic table (which we didn't use because it rained) on a long pull through. We would definitely come back. - alanez
Apr 2016 - $22.00
We had stayed at this place when it was Pecan Point and found it OK then. We try and stay at Passport America campgrounds wherever possible to save money. The welcome was so warm and friendly, the grounds were neat and well tended with little touches like flower pots on the picnic tables. Good place to walk out dog too and very convenient when we are heading north or south. - lyndajw1
Jan 2016 - $40.00
Sites are mostly with beautiful lake view. Sites Reasonably sized and well spaced. Grounds well kept. Staff friendly and helpful. Cable TV is great with numerous channels. Smaller park that we enjoy immensely. During October 2015 stay friends of the park put on a great scarecrow display along the walking/hiking trails. - sp123
Nov 2015 - $28.00
This is a very nice park. We are in space 29, which is a very wide and long gravel pad. We are in a 41' motorhome with slides on both sides, and we have plenty of room to accommodate our exercise pens that we use for our pups. The park has WiFi, but it is slow, and the signal is weak. We have a strong WiFi booster, but even with a good signal, pages load slowly, but they do load. The park also has excellent cable, with over 100 channels, which is something you don't usually see in a state park. The town of Opp is rather small, and has a few fast food restaurants, and only one grocery store.
We are staying here only one night this trip in route to our next destination. We will most definitely stay here again, and will likely spend more time here the next time we come through. - Mike Hopkins
Sep 2014 - $25.00
The park is a beautiful park and well maintained. The Wi-Fi was excellent and cable was more than adequate. At the entry station the ranger was most helpful. We were very impressed with a state park having all of benefits that this park has. The only bad thing was, that we were invaded by tiny black ants. - morrison
Apr 2016 - $9.00
Very nice small clean campground and park, but a lot to see. Level sandy, shady sites. Showers/restrooms clean. Some construction going on, but still enough hiking trails to satisfy. Asphalt roads to bike on. Hilly. Interesting sink holes and some local history. Good signage. It rained hard one day, but campsites drained well. Great staff. - GDoug
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Stayed here for one night. Watch for low branches on the drive to the park entrance. Checking-in was easy because we had reserved online, extra fee of $6.70. Since it was a little distance from the check-in area back to the campground we inquired if we needed to unhook the car. She said "yes, there is no room back there." We thought that she should have told us that automatically. We were in #2 so had to drive around the whole campground loop to get to our back-in site. We were there during some bad storms so did not get to hike or see the waterfall. There is no sewer but a dump is available. - SoonerMom
Aug 2015 - $17.00
This park is located on a hill. We have a 38 ft RV and even though we stayed in a pull through, we had difficulty getting in and out because of the narrow roads. We did not see the falls because of the dry conditions. This was our second time at this park, but our previous stay was in a 31 ft class C. We had no issues with that rig.
we probably won't stay here again because of the narrow roads. - daviputnam
Mar 2016 - $15.00
The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. They talked us into the park on a dark night when we were very tired. Park is quiet and mostly permanent campers. All dirt roads but not a problem as it was not raining. Pull-through sites were easy to negotiate. Park is being developed in a pasture. We would stay here again when passing through the area. - carmilake
Sep 2014 - $12.00
Friendly owner. New full hook-up equipment. Propane sold on site. Some permanent residents. This is a pasture that is being converted into an RV parking area. Long and wide pull-throughs - did not have to unhitch toad. Surrounded by woods. No paved roads either within or into the property - a consideration in extremely wet weather. We will definitely overnight here again when passing through this area. PA rate. - LandSchooner
Sep 2014 - $13.00
Very quiet setting in the country is in stark contrast to the other park we've stayed at in Dothan. We had a pull-through full-hookup site in an area all to ourselves since the park was not very busy. Owners are very nice and helpful. The entry signage could be improved as you are on the entrance before you realize what it is. Rate is Passport America rate @ $12.50/night. We would definitely return just for the peace and quiet. - Bob & Stephanie
Jul 2010 - $30.00
We stayed 1 night at this campground, we followed the signs from the interstate. We had just went through a hard rain and the brake lights stopped working. Had that not happened we would not have stayed at this place. Lights had to be fixed so we stayed. No owner/manger was around. We left payment with another camper. The campground was very much in need of mowing. It worked for what we needed, but would only be a choice if we had vehicle problems. - JLitton
Apr 2006 - $20.00
We stayed here one night. Sites seemed fairly level, nothing too fancy, a little on the run down side. Owner showed us to our spot, and then left us alone. There seemed to be a lot of long termers there, but it was clean. An okay place for overnight. - Sid
Oct 2004 - $20.00
OK for an overnight. It's just a place to park, but it felt safe. No cable and cash only. A lot of road noise near the office. - Libby
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Great overnight stop. We stay here everytime we pass through this area as it is a lot cheaper than the nationally known RV park down the road. Easy in and out with level sites. We have never had a problem with the electric. Good water pressure. We get good Verizon reception here, and even though they have good cable we prefer our satellite which there is great satellite reception. Pet friendly. The owner is very nice and you will get escorted to your site, which is great for when you arrive after dark. It is very close to shopping and restaurants. - Liz I.
Mar 2015 - $30.00
Stayed at Mr. D's overnight on a trip to Florida. Long, level, paved site. Good utilities. Owner escorted us to our site even though it was dark and raining. Easy in and easy out. - BamaGradx2
Apr 2014 - $30.00
We stayed 3 nights while visiting family in the area. Owner very friendly and helpful. Everything worked and we wrote a check for $90 (no credit cards taken). Close to Walmart and several restaurants. Don't miss the free Fort Rucker Museum. We would stay here again. - housecar
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Very good stop on 231 going to or from FL. Lots of pull thru's. Very clean and pretty campground. Nice pond. Would give a 10 if sites were wider.
The concrete pads are nearby to one another with a sunny, open exposure and a patio with a picnic table. - thesilverback
Apr 2016 - $35.00
This is a beautiful smaller park. The sites are concrete and are well spaced. There is nice grass, a water feature and paved roads. There is one section where four families could camp in a circle--would be great for a get together. The only downside is that it is difficult to get satellite. They do offer good cable, however. The staff is lovely and very accommodating. - Jfolk
Jan 2016 - $34.00
Another nice KOA with great folks in the office. The park has a few garden walks and a nice dog run. There are a number of long-term residents but they are in their own corner of the park. - Dreaming
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Nice little park, feels like a forest service camp with the plus of full hookups. Located 2 minutes off freeway.
Lot spacing is spacious with both sunny/open and covered/forested exposures. Site surface was dirt and featured a picnic table. - highcamper
Feb 2016 - $25.00
New campground, great little park. Easy on and off freeway. Free wi-fi. They have security cameras and low resolution security lights at night which makes it great. The sites can accommodate up to 70 ft also 25ft wide and a few much bigger. Very peaceful especially in the wooded sites with all the wisteria blooming. They have very nice wide roads with an entrance and an exit. 24 full hook ups with 20-30-60 amp pedestalls that light up yellow at night. 17 sites are pull thru's and 7 are back in's in the woods. They have corrals and a round pen for people traveling with their horses as well as a small and large dog park along the creek between the two campgrounds. they also have doggie bag stations thru-out the campground to make it more convenient for us to clean up after our pets. They also have a gazebo and lots of picnic tables and areas with lots of room to walk around and enjoy the rustic surroundings and the wild flowers. The campground is surrounded by beautiful white bushes that smell like jasmine and wisteria grows in most all the wooded sites the owners were very friendly and accommodating later bringing us a dozen fresh eggs from their brahma partridge chickens. We will definately be staying there again and again as they grow and add more to their already welcoming campground - V F Coffman
Jul 2015 - $22.00
This campground was not on any review site. We followed highway signs and found a well laid out park. No attendant, so we drove around to select an RV site with hookups and shade. Permanent mobile homes are on one side and rv sites on the other. Site designation is a bit vague. I called the number on all the signage, and was instructed to fill out the form (no pens) and put cash or check in the secure drop box. Utilities were adequate except cable, but air reception was okay. Nice and clean family style bathrooms. Small pool and clean laundry. This park might have more business in the winter season but looks like it is running on a shoestring. I would stop here again for an overnight. - Yeager
Nov 2015 - $16.00
We visit Open Pond in Conecuh National Forest every few years. There have been no changes with regard to the quality or quality of amenities, both of which are good to excellent. Unlike our last visit, which was on a big college football weekend (TVs and radios blaring from noon to 11 PM), we camped on Thanksgiving week. It was peaceful and relaxing. About half to two thirds of capacity. Still first come/serve. Pond level was much higher and drought is gone. USFS personnel drove through a few times. Camp hosts friendly. Never saw Covington County SO patrolling for unoccupied sites as someone mentioned several years ago. Nearest small country store is now six miles away, nearer store has closed. OTA antenna picked up 8 stations. Sprint phone was two or one bars, slow data. Still one of our favorite places to get away to. - The Happy Traveler
Nov 2013 - $12.00
We have camped here several times in a pop-up camper and a Travel Trailer. We recommend fall or winter camping here as there are no water activities to do during the summer. There are walking trails, fishing, and paved roads for bike riding. It is great for families and group camping. There are open areas that accommodate group camping and there are more private areas that can accommodate privacy if desired. No reservations available for camp sites, so on long/holiday weekends be prepared for it to fill up quickly. Fire pits are great! Bathrooms are clean but are not in controlled temperatures. When extremely cold outside, sometimes the top is boarded up to help maintain heat. There are not stores close for those "last minute things" so make sure you have what you need. If you do not, you will have to travel about 15 miles to the closest Wal-Mart. We will camp here again. - mastertech13
Oct 2013 - $12.00
We camp here once every few years, and it is still a great, clean campground. Water and electric worked fine. Sites spacious, fairly level to level. Trails are extensive and abundant. Excellent bicycling roads. Camp hosts friendly. Cannot beat the price. C-Spire phone service was one or two bars with back and forth 1x/3G service. Stargazing very good, easy to see the Milky Way, and galaxies looked bright in my telescope. Unlike a few years ago, the place has been discovered by residents of Pensacola, Fort Walton/Destin, Panama City, Montgomery, and Dothan, and is a packed weekend getaway. With no reservations available and a first come/serve campsite system, arriving early on Friday may be a must, or you might be dry camping in the A Loop, which would not be that bad in nice weather, and it would only be $6.00. About 70% of all campers left by noon on Sunday morning, causing a camper-jam at the only dump station. As an earlier reviewer noted, law enforcement does come through. An irritating part of this particular outing was people playing radios full blast while U of Alabama and Auburn U were playing football. The volume could have been a bit lower. Another nuisance is a handful of motorcyclists revving their motors for the sake of revving. More unnecessary noise. Nevertheless, the Great Horned Owls ruled the night. We will come again, but may take a weekday or two off to avoid the weekend crowds. - The Happy Traveler
Apr 2009 - $15.00
Owned by the Alabama/West Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Located near MM 8.5 north of the AL/FL line on SR 137, just north of Wing. Pros: Extremely quiet (although during camp events, that might change). Restrooms and showers very clean. Bicycling along camp roads easy, fun. Beautiful swimming pool, bathhouse. Lake canoeing and paddle boats. Sand beach across lake in Conecuh National Forest. Internet available in lobby. Staff extremely friendly. Food service during camp events (fee). Sites grassy to leafy. Cons: Sites nearest the gymnasium have sewer, those opposite do not. Sewer holes, dump station in need of major upgrade. Pine cones everywhere. Some sites would be difficult to negotiate with trailer or big rig due to narrows and trees. Cell phone coverage spotty at best, better out near the highway. We would camp here again. - The Happy Traveler
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Gantt Lake RV Park has the most helpful and friendly owners/managers of all the parks that we have had the pleasure to visit. We have traveled from Alaska to the Alabama and are now enjoying full time RVing. This park was very quiet and relaxing. The facilities were very clean. We really enjoyed the beautiful sunsets and watching the boaters, the fishermen catching fish as well as the colorful kyacks as they glide through the amazing cypress tress. We will definately be back soon! - Lane S.
Aug 2014 - $25.00
We camp at Gantt Lake RV Park quiet frequently. We love this quiet, friendly, safe park. Fun to Vacation and relax here. We water ski, wake board, kayak. They have two laundry rooms, extremely clean heated and cooled bath and showers. They also have cable, wifi, ice and a club house for our family events. You will love this park. Their owners own and manage the park and are always available. - Lane S.
May 2014 - $20.00
A really quiet and clean RV park. The owners are very friendly and helpful in setting up your RV if you need help. They have a park host on site as well as ice, propane, and two laundry rooms. We stayed there for a week's vacation. We brought our boat and was able to rent a boat slip, which was so convenient. The lake is beautiful, especially the sunsets. We fished and swam as well. We met a lot of nice people and cannot wait to go back. - Vicky S.
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful campground deep 3 miles back into thr state park. The ranger at the gate was pleasant, courteous, and very helpful. The area around the campgrounds is very wet due to recent rains, but there were no problems driving to he camping area. We rode bicycles around the paved roads and I adventured back into some of the off-road trails. They were mostly dry but you can not stop or you may be eaten alive by mosquitoes. Maybe I sprayed with attractant instead of repellent ????
We only used the area as a stopover but would like to come back again some time when we can explore more. Probably during a drier season. - Tewickh
Nov 2015 - $18.00
This is another in a series of beautiful, clean, well-kept Florida state parks that we have stayed at. This one is a large park with a small (30 sites) campground. The campground has lots of trees and vegetation and the sites are very large and well-separated with picnic table, fire pit, grill, and even a clothesline. We only stayed overnight but checked out the restrooms/showers and they looked very clean, bright, and modern. They even had two washers and dryers! They were on a covered patio outside of the restrooms and there wasn't a folding table or anything like that, but how many state parks have laundry facilities?! Nice to have. There'd been lots of rain and some of the sand/dirt site surfaces looked a bit soft, but we were assigned a paved handicap site (don't know why; guess the ranger felt sorry for us! lol!). Probably because of all the rain and standing, the mosquitoes were vicious...but everywhere else we went in Florida was even worse. Bring plenty of bug spray, and I'd invest in a no-see-um net suit and screens for the rig if I ever come back to Florida! Despite the bugs, I'd definitely stay at this and all the other FL state parks we visited again...just probably at a later time of the year when the humidity is under 90% every day and you can run from the rig to the truck with less than a dozen bug bites! - Pdxjoanne
Sep 2015 - $18.00
The rate reflects a senior discount. If you love nature, this is the place for you. It is approximately 3 miles of paved roads from the entrance to the site. It was a lot of twist and turns but was manageable in our 40 plus tow. Our site was a 50 x 35 back in, dirt with full hookups. It is VERY dark in the park after sunset. Be very careful if you are driving in and out after dark because of the wild life. Have fun. - Michael47
Apr 2014 - $20.00
The camp host is friendly and helpful, always offering to provide assistance. Stayed a total of 2 weeks. During Spring Break season was the busiest with all the sites occupied, but by the time we left it was just us and another camper beside the camp host. Walked some of trails, although some others are still under water due to flooding the previous Fall. - BubbaHut
Oct 2008 - $15.00
Small campground in the oldest state forest in Florida. It's a nice place and close to Panama City Beach. During hunting season it usually is full of hunters, but is a nice place. You can fish, hike, bring your horses to ride, or trail ride on your bike. - rdaniel911
Jan 2016 - $25.00
This campground needs some TLC. It has good potential but has become run down. Bathrooms and showers was filthy dirty and they have not been cleaned in a long time. The power box was missing screws and 110 amp was burned and taped over. Office and site manger was dingy dirty and definitely need a women's touch as my wife said. Only good things that I notice was cable and WiFi. Nice and quiet as we was one of two campers. If Owners read this please invest some time and money as this could be a gold mine. - Biggyrat
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This is a nice quiet place to stay. Right on a lake with lots of shade. The only downside is that there are no sewer hookups at the camp sights but the owner will drain them for you for a nominal fee then there is a drain right outside the gate. Overall a great place to stay. - ddabbey
Jun 2014 - $29.00
Tranquil setting. Quite and relaxing. Sites on lake side are very large. Almost all sites are shaded. We stayed 5 days and never needed our awning out. Two docks for fishing and swimming. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Bathrooms are atrocious. Suspect there has been no updating since the 70s. Mostly clean, but pretty grungy overall. Never saw them cleaned whilst here. General daily maintenance very lacking. Waste bins throughout camp were full when we arrived and were never emptied despite full time on site hosts. Not much to do or see in the area other than water fun at campsite. Washer/dryer were padlocked and were $3.00 each. Would have given a higher rating but for the bathhouse. - AFDTrio
Apr 2016 - $24.00
Rate based on month stay. Wonderful park - live oaks and Spanish moss.
Best Wi-Fi we have ever found in 11 years of rving .
Very friendly staff who are always busy cleaning, picking up trash or doing something. They never seem to stop.
Nice sized sites - plenty of room for our slides on both sides.
Planning on coming back next year for another month. - justbob47
Jul 2015 - $30.00
The people couldn't have been nicer, laundry is clean and well maintained even if there are only two washer/dryer. Most of the units were park models but there were plenty of rvs and fifth wheels in the park. - rose1234
May 2015 - $37.00
Part of the RVC Outdoor group. Very quiet, neat and tidy park with tarmac roads and concrete pads with patio and picnic table. Large pavilion, outdoor pool with insect netting, boats ramp and docks. Large restrooms and showers but only 2 of each for whole site. Friendly staff. Trash collected from site which is becoming increasing rare. 20 minutes from the beaches on The Emerald Coast. Cable tv good. We would have given the park a higher mark but the down point was the wifi. It was intermittent on first day but then failed completely for the rest of our stay meaning we had to go to the other end of the park to the office area to connect. Apart from this we recommend this park. - Harris England
Apr 2016 - $40.00
The lady that checked us in was very nice. My husband really enjoyed the fishing. But as others had posted, the sites were very unlevel and the utilities are in awkward positions. - dakotabean
Nov 2015 - $36.00
This park advertises 150 pull-thrus but it is an old park and the pull-thrus are not designed for big rigs. We were put in their largest pull thru and barely fit our 45' RV in the space provided. Absolutely no room for a tow. We had to unhook just to park to stay one night. There are numerous large trees with roots invading sites. We were told that we had the most level site for a big rig and our RV still said "excessive slope" after trying to level for the night. We had to lift jacks, repark in the same site just to try and get a more level position. If the park would have had more campers, we would not have been able to maneuver through the park to get in or out of the park. In our opinion, this park is not big rig friendly to motorhomes that are 40+ feet and/or with a tow and should avoid this park. We will not stay here again. - travelingpeople
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This is a overnight park at its best. It is a hugh place that is almost empty. The man working the registration desk was sitting with his feet up on the desk talking on the phone. He didn't acknowledge me even after he hung up. I finally asked him if he could help me. I asked if they were still a PA park and he said no, and hadn't been for 2 years. The do show as a member in the current PA book. It was not a plesant experience. I will not stay here again, - bones1941
Mar 2016 - $18.00
Clean and well maintained. However, they lost our reservation and luckily had one available. They only take cash or check for Passport America. It is a good place to stay if you want to see Panama City and the beaches. We had a pull through with full hookup. Verizon worked well here. Good place to stop for one night. - rolling homeless
Mar 2016 - $35.00
OK park, middle of nowhere, but on the way to the beach and easy to find. Small sites, tight for big rigs. - highcamper
Dec 2015 - $20.00
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. It is kind of out of the way but worth it as it is still close enough to the coast to drive down there. They have pull through sites and big rig access. The electric and water are good and the sites are level. There are full time residents there as well - they are very reasonable if you want to settle there for a few years or permanently. They do have a rec hall with work out equipment and a large walking trail around the park (where I let my dogs run). They are family friendly; have a pool, pavilion, large fire pit for get togethers. The sites are somewhat close together but not too bad. It is a huge park with lots of sites way in the back if you are staying long term. Roads are in good shape too. There is a huge lake for fishing and picnic tables and benches to sit on by the lake. It's a nice park and we will be back when in the area. - Kerch Family
Dec 2008 - $15.00
We have been to this campground several times - last time about two years ago. Little about the facilities have changed in last ten years, except Wi-Fi (likely 64K DSL going off-site). Don't know their cleaning schedule as men's showers looked like something at gas station; women's were clean. Campground host played music LOUDLY during daytime, as well as on Friday night; partiers came in on Friday night and host did not instruct them to tone it down. Forestry worker started his leaf-blower at 08:15 in the morning for a tank and a half worth of pointless rearrangement of oak leaves. We came to this campground, during the week to find some solitude. The American flag was improperly displayed, as well as tattered, torn, faded, weathered, and unsighted. We've become too tolerant of this level of intellect in the South. We DID enjoy watching the alligators transit the lake during the evenings, their presence annotated by their wakes reflected in the glare of security lights from the opposite shore. Campground hosts can have a great impact on experience. We will likely visit some other Blackwater park, or Open Pond (just up the road in AL) the next time. - johngalt
Jan 2008 - $15.00
This is a very family friendly campground. There are hiking trails and plenty of places to fish from. The Host has supplied wi/fi for a donation to the cause, call ahead for camsite availability. Cleanest restrooms I've ever seen! We arrived at 11:30pm and the Host was out there helping us set up camp! This campground is well worth the $15! We most definitely will go back. - adkborn
Apr 2016 - $42.00
We stayed here one night, site was excellent, level Very quiet campground, would definitely stay here again. Bathroom was clean and good water pressure. Owner was not on site but, Geary, was there, available and very very accommodating. We had to stay late due to a broken weld issue on a landing gear. Geary called a tech immediately and the tech fixed the problem proficiently and quickly. We were so grateful! - HarderGround
Mar 2016 - $42.00
We stayed one night in a pull through site. Pedestal with 50A service was new, sewer also. Site was level, with two concrete strips. WiFi unusable (slow, dropped packets constantly.). No cable. We got 5 digital channels using our omni powered antenna. Staff was pleasant and friendly. Park is ok for a night, maybe, but with poor wifi and no cable TV, it seems very over priced for basically just water, sewer and electric. - Llando88
Feb 2016 - $42.00
Overnight stop, older park. Easy to find off the Interstate 10. Sunny/open site with very close spacing. - highcamper
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Stay a couple of night of just getting away and finding some time to spend with the Lord. Perfect! The rv park was small but everything was great. - Skymessenger
Jul 2014 - $21.00
This is a great place to visit! The sinkhole walk is amazing and very cool. There is a big spring with two pools for swimming. Playground and volleyball area, too. Bathrooms were old but clean. Sites were plain and we had a pull-through site which was pretty level. Lots of shade and plenty of space. - LaMonte
Jul 2012 - $20.00
We stopped here on the way north and had a very nice stay. Beautiful park for rest and relation and we recommend it to all. - eugenia1
Aug 2015 - $24.00
This is a nice campground which is for us close to relatives. We had a site on the back side which was spacious but very difficult to get into because of the narrow street. The site next to the water are much easier to back into. - HaveDieselWillTravel
Jun 2015 - $16.00
First and foremost we had cell service here versus just coming from St George's Island and having none. This park is very small with just about 40 sites. Bath houses as air conditioned. Laundry and a coke machine as well there. Only the one bath house for all the sites so be prepared to maybe wait for a shower or toilet. Lots of accesses to the Bayou but not from your camp site. You can rent canoes and kayaks from the ranger post at check in. Volunteers and hosts were awesome and did a wonderful job of keeping the sites and park tidy. Did I mention the bathhouses were air conditioned? Yeah! We were very close to family living in the area so we spent most of our time with them rather than in the waters. Never even put on our suits in fact. We will be back; no problems here! No real extra parking at your campsite for visitors. No guest after dusk; we got in trouble! Ooooops! - MOJOTANGO
May 2015 - $16.00
Campground was very nice, sites secluded from each other by brush and trees. Sites were wide and shady. Very quiet. It is on a bay and there are canoe and kayak rentals available. Usually a breeze and we didn't feel any mosquitoes. Bath house was clean and modern and had laundry area. No Wi-Fi and limited free TV stations. Grocery stores nearby. Free access to Henderson Beach state park in Destin, but it costs $3 to cross the toll bridge to get the the gulf park. We have stayed at Henderson Beach SP on the beach and like this park just as much. Will stay again in future. - tealcat