Carrabelle Beach RV Resort is a very nice park. At night you can hear the waves hit the beach across the road.
The staff is friendly and tries to address any problems. Office hours are 9 to 5.
Water pressure is low, averaging about 30 PSI. Wi-Fi is great when it works but it was up and down my entire stay. Management blames the provider but the problem is in the park, but he sticks to his story. Most sites require some form of leveling. Park needs some TLC, such as painting the picnic tables, replacing the washers & dryers, and addition of mulch around sites.
Rate reflects monthly rate. I would stay here again. - jnateg
We stayed in spot #20 – one of the few spots with an oak tree for some shade and not just palm trees. It was right on the highway and we had a view of the water sitting at our picnic table. Saw dolphins from our site! The highway traffic didn’t bother us at night. Very nicely maintained - nice pool. And you literally walk across a two-lane highway to get to the beach – wow. WiFi worked pretty well and they have cable. Gathering hall has a kitchen, pool table, ping pong, tv, and 2 exercise machines, as well as games and game table. - abitabar
We have stayed here twice and both times we had a great time. The pool is fantastic, especially if you don't like the sand at the beach,but want to have an ocean view. The club house is awesome, pool table, foosball table, TV, comfortable chairs, rocking chairs on the front porch. The sites are almost level, slopes a little to the south. RV supplies in the store. The best thing about our visit was the staff. They are always friendly and helpful. We do not have a dog, but they have two different areas for dogs to run and "do their business". Ask about the length of the site you want, I noticed some had to park their tow vehicles at angles or in other parking areas. We will not hesitate to stay here again. - Cairo Camper
Four nights in a peaceful site, fine for big rigs, right on the sound. Not much around in terms of restaurants or entertainment, but if you're looking for a beautiful environment, complete with plenty of wildlife, this is the spot. We pulled in to our site #41 next to the fishing pier. Site was level, white gravel and crushed shell, services fine, and the front end of our coach was almost hanging over the small beach -- we were that close to the water. Surprising tidal change during the day with lots of small birds looking for food in the sand. Bring your camera. Sunrises and sunsets are glorious. The town of Carrabelle is just a few minutes south with an IGA for groceries, a couple of package stores, a marina, some funky little cafes, not much more. We approached from the south through Apalachicola and enjoyed the coastal drive, later taking another day trip to both areas. While there were a number of seasonal snowbirds wintering over at the park, it is a bit too cold for me at night (30s in December, brrrr, but it warmed up to the high 60s during the day) and no real amenities, except the peace. But for a stay of a week or so or a few days, you will enjoy it. - M&M
Great site facing the beach/ocean! Staff was very friendly and helpful. Not very fancy, nor a lot of amenities... but the view sold us. - RonaldNC
The campsite was directly on the beach and very good for big rigs. The cable and Internet were both very good. The campground was very quiet and peaceful. There were no old campers stored by full timers. The area did not have a lot to do because of the winter and cold weather. - Fulltimersrv
Campground clean, big lot easy to park (back-in). On Wednesday night they had a potluck, all campsites could come if they wanted. Had a lot of fun. The long term campers were so nice, funny and interesting. Only stayed 4 nights, will come back again for longer. The only small problem was the No see them flies. They liked us too much! - Liz & Bob
This is currently an RV park, however all the sites are for sale so perhaps after they are all sold this will become a private area only. The park has good roads. All the sites are back-ins with plenty of room except they are all on your blind side. The hook-ups are toward the rear of the site so you may need extra hoses. The water is good and the Wi-Fi worked fine. All sites have only 50 amp so if you need 30 amp be sure to have a reducer. There is only one rest room and shower that is actually connected to the pool. The directions are OK to get to the park, but the road is not marked with any type of RV sign. it is the turn just west of the bridge. The rate is Passport America. - Al and Anne-Marie
A very nice will maintained friendly condo park. $48+ first night $24+ second night. Was not told Passport America was not valid on weekends when I made reservations. Not told extra charge for 50amp electric, or extra charge for cable TV. I was told I could keep my toad connected but they have no pull throughs. No bathhouse/restrooms and loud music at bar next to park on Saturday night. OK Sunday night. The park dog runs free. Very friendly but no one picks up after her. We would stay here again if just passing through but they need to quote the full price when reservations are made. Park deserves a higher rating but they need to be honest to get it. - JimChan52