A lovely RV park, right across the street from the Gulf Of Mexico right on Rt. 98. Very clean and all sites are cement pads and overall level. We stayed only one night on our way to Alabama at the end of snowbird season, so they were pretty full.
My complaint is this. They put us in their new lot, that was recently added to the facility, that has NO bath/shower building. The only bathroom and shower for the whole place is located behind the office in the middle of the property. It is a good 300 yards away, across the street, at the other end of the property from where they put us. I asked the girl at the front desk if there was a reason why they charged the same amount to be that far away from the "amenities" and she seemed put off that I would even suggest, as paying guest, I would even ask such a question.
She could have nipped this glitch in the bud, had she offered a small compensation for what I think is a major flaw. Who wants to have to drive to the bathroom when you're paying almost $50.00 a night? - Jfeff
This park is very clean and neat, has large concrete pads for your rig and the picnic table. Landscaping is also very nice and neat. Our negatives were for the closeness of the sites. They really pack them in here, and the roads are also very congested, no room for anything on the roadways.
We had a strong Verizon signal, but their own wi-fi signal is weak. Our biggest complaint was the very weak water pressure. It was so bad that I had to use their showers to wash my hair. The shower was small but fine once I figured out that the hot and cold controls were reversed! We would look at one of the other local RV parks the next time we come through here. - dbcordello
You're paying for the view and access to the Gulf. The park itself is new and clean. We stayed one night so therefore didn't use the laundry, so can't comment. However, our main complaint is that there is one bathhouse for the entire park which is situated behind the office and if you're unfortunate enough to get placed in a spot in the newly opened loop, like we were, it's a 300 foot walk to the restrooms. - Freddie and Alvin
We stayed at Ho Hum for a week. The view of the Gulf is fantastic. We stayed in a pull thru site and was glad we didn't pay the extra for the direct Gulf sites. The park is busy with partial turnover every day. We visited St George Island with the intent to bike ride but it was too foggy. The island looks classy with lots of rentals. The Gulf side (beach), what we could see of it, was beautiful. Hwy 98 is busy w/ constant traffic but dies down at night. Be sure to indulge in oysters while in the area, cooked or raw they were perfection! We would definitely stay here again. - Land roving
Big rig friendly. Can't beat the price for a waterfront site, you are literally 30' from the water (at high tide). This park was clean and well maintained. Management very helpful and friendly. Very peaceful and relaxing area. - Nautical Wheelers
We recently stayed at Ho-Hum RV Park in Carrabelle for 9 nights. It was great to find an RV park that is truly "big rig" friendly. The sites are long enough to park a 5th Wheel and truck. The sites are wide enough for slides. The roads are wide enough to maneuver and the corners easy to negotiate. Add the extremely reasonable price which includes full hookups including Cable and reliable WiFi and you have an excellent place to stay. Yes, it is somewhat of a parking lot, but that is regrettably normal in RV parks. The staff is friendly and helpful. The park is right on the gulf and you can experience some excellent sunsets. We will definitely return if staying in that part of Florida. - ram14830
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
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