3 Parks near Carrabelle, Florida
Jun 2015 - $32.00
We have stayed here several times and except for issues with our camper, not the parks fault, this is a great park across from the beach. Facilites are very good. Wifi went in and out somewhat but still worked well. Sites are all concrete . Have to watch some palm trees in the back of the site to position your slide outs correctly. Very nice landscaping, beach views from almost every site. Staff very helpful. - knpj
Jun 2015 - $42.00
We had a great time at this park and plan to return. Our site was level and was next to the bathroom and pool. The water pressure is low and we experienced low voltage at the post for 30 amps. The park is highly maintained otherwise with a friendly staff. Plenty to do and see if you don't mind driving a short distance. - Model-A-Driver
Jun 2015 - $43.00
We came here to visit the beach. Park layout is unique, as stated by others. Our site slopes from the street side down to the curb side of the RV. We drove up on blocks on our curb side tires before using the hydraulic jacks to level or else the tires were hanging. The sewer requires 20' of hose. Water pressure is around 37 PSI at best. Any filtration devices you use will limit your water pressure inside. So, if you want a good shower, fill your fresh water tank and use it!
For us the size of the site was very adequate. We have a 29' class C with a trailer behind, about 45 in length. We had no problem navigating the park and had plenty of room on our site.
If you have a big rig, let the park know so they can get you in a site that will be easier for you. It can be tight in here, especially for the big fivers. They do have a new area next door that would be better for larger rigs, but you are farther away from the park's facilities.
The beach is okay. While here there was a lot of June grass so it was not at its best. We did visit St. George Island and the beaches there are a little more like the white sand beaches of the Destin FL area.
Daily rate of $42.95 plus tax (9%) or a weekly rate of $257.95, with tax came to $281.17, a little of $40 per night. Location, location, location!! - Howard Jaros
May 2015 - $30.00
Stayed over the Memorial Holiday weekend. Crowded but not congested. Sites are well-graded gravel and the "patio areas" are covered in small "pea" gravel. Plenty of room to maneuver between the pull-through rows. No shade except for the sites to the west of the office. The "premium sites" are along the shoreline and motor homes can be pulled straight in so the front looks out over the water. None of the electric panels have circuit breakers so the park recommends you "turn off power in the coach before plugging in". Not much beach area and the water has lots of sea grass so swimming isn't prime. There isn't much to do at the park if you don't fish off the pier, but it's close to the Apalachicola area and the East end of the Florida panhandle. - Good Vibes
Apr 2015 - $38.00
If you can get one of the waterfront sites it is a good place to stay. If not on the water you are basically in a parking lot. The beach is not walkable at high tide but at low tide you can walk about 1/4 mile to the west of the park. The WiFi was so slow that it is of little use. - VtLee
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Our initial stay was for 3 nights, but liked the park so well we extended be stay 7 nights. They have both 30 & 50 amp sites, with full hook-ups. This is an Adult only park. Pets are welcome.
Their TV cable is fantastic and so is their WiFi. They also have a Pier you can fish off (with license). - T&I
Jul 2015 - $24.00
Great place to put in a boat. No walking beach access. Pool was lovely and we spent a lot of time relaxing. Great spots for kids. A small playground would be a nice addition. Please bring bug spray as there are horrible attacking yellow flies! Loved the brick road. Kids were able to ride bikes all around. Staff was great !! - HeFFeR718
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Loved the huge pool & cooking shack. Only 1 of the 2 pools were open during our stay however the one pool was big enough & wasn't crowded. The kids loved the little slide in the pool. Nice paved roads. Convenient location not too far from St. George Island. The only problem we had were the yellow flies and ants were bad. Came home with several bug bites. Would def. recommend this park and will stay there again when in the area. Beautiful park & area. Only the sites #49 & below have cable. So if you want cable on your site do not stay in lots 50 or above. We didn't know that when we initially arrived and had to change site numbers in order to obtain cable. We did so without any problems. Very friendly and helpful staff on duty. Would recommend this campground again. - N_GA_Familyof4
Apr 2015 - $35.00
There are only a few RV parks to choose from when you drive up to and through the FL Panhandle on the scenic route on Rt. 98. We found Sunset Isle by chance when we were looking for a place to stay for a couple of nights. This RV park was not really meant to be because it is quite obvious that this was supposed to be a gated residential community once you enter the property and drive past the gate house. Wide brick pavered roads which now lead you to 27 full hookup RV sites. When we called to make our reservation and told them about our 45' RV, they were hesitant, stating they only had 2 sites large enough for us. Once we were on location and walked the park, we found that all but 1 site would easily accommodate a 45'. Our site was deep and wide enough to park our toad in front of the bus and our trailer right next to the bus. This is a very quiet park located adjacent to the Carrabelle River on Timber Island (about 1 mile off of Rt. 98). Everything is clean and well taken care of by the onsite manager. He also was kind enough to use his pickup truck to help with parking our trailer which had a problem with the dropleg. This RV park has a HUGE swimming pool. We had been to a 700 sites RV campground recently and their pool was less than half of the pool they have at Sunset Isle for 27 sites. While this is certainly a pool which was meant for a residential community, RV'ers do now benefit from it. There is a riverfront marina and a waterfront restaurant just a few steps away from the park. We checked out the marina which is large enough for large fishing boats. We did not try the restaurant but were told that it offers a good selection of fresh seafood. Sunset Isle is a hidden pearl and well worth a visit. We will visit here again and recommend this resort to our friends, too. - Olivia Las Vegas