7 Parks near Century, Florida
Feb 2011 - $10.00
No sewage at sites. Some pine trees, and no shade. A long way from any stores or attractions. Clean, quiet. Large pretty lake. No gasoline motors allowed on the lake. - NORM W
Mar 2009 - $15.00
This campground is about 40 miles north of Pensacola off of U.S. 29. Take CR 4 westbound and go about 2 miles. Entrance is on the left next to the flagpole. Pluses: Nice view of lake. Quiet at night (and in the day), no highway noise in back of campground. Rest rooms reasonably clean, not perfect. Boat launch nearby. Only electric motors and hand paddling allowed. A nice environment for a canoe or kayak, as well as a bass boat. There is a small children playground. Minuses: Very little to do other than fish, paddle, or look at the lake. Nearby town of Century has little in the way of tourism or attraction. There is a prison across the lake (not visible), but the inmates could be heard at basketball break. Hope the razor wire holds tonight. Surprisingly, a few long-term people have taken up residence in a county-owned park. Policies for long-term stays are full of loopholes which allow this. Overall: A nice place for a brief getaway or if traveling through. - The Happy Traveler
Feb 2009 - $15.00
This park is near our home so we visit often. It is a great park, and we have had super times growing up going here. The hurricanes a few years ago did mess things up, but now they are back going strong. The new pavilion is great and the trees have recovered. Only draw back is you have to use the dumping station; no sewer hookups. I wish the state would change this; Florida can do better. Most all the sites are real level. It's home for me I will always go there. It's beautiful lake goes around a big portion of the camp area. Campfires are allowed in the rings at each site for a real camping experience. - Babbs
Feb 2017 - $15.00
This a regular snowbird stop for me. One of my favorite places. They're replacing the old doublewide office with a true show place built from local lumber. Rumor has it other improvements are in the works. A new bathhouse/laundry was mentioned but I didn't hear a time table. The horse stalls lost their roof in a storm so they will be getting an upgraded too. This place is downright serene this time of year. I understand it's full of families and kids during the summer when all the water activities are available. - ljr
May 2016 - $25.00
The main road through park is paved and width for one vehicle. If you encounter another vehicle, one needs to pull off slightly to pass. The grounds are well packed for passing.
Sites clean and enjoyed our stay. We had our grandson and luckily while making reservations the lady mentioned to download form for his parents to sign if he planned to use the zip line. Staff was very helpful checking in.
Will definitely be back. - Pcola Camper
Jun 2015 - $30.00
The actual process of check in was just fine of check in; however, there's no sign on the trailer office out front to indicate that's where you check in. It wouldn't be confusing except there's an older trailer right next to it that isn't the office. There's no decent pull off for those with larger RVs/trailers, so you pretty much park on the street. The staff inside was very affable, but seemed young and inexperienced. I had to ask for a map so I would know where our site was. There was no handout with the activity information listed, which would've been great to have on paper to keep in the RV. We had paid, checked in, and were on our way to our site within a few minutes, which was wonderful considering it was raining. My biggest issue with this park is there is no signage! There are no signs to tell you which roads to use, which ways to go, where the RV spots are, where the swimming is, etc. Once you get unhitched and can drive around and figure out where you are, it's fine. Towing a large RV and not knowing where to go isn't ideal.
49 full RV sites and 10 pull throughs. 82 RV sites with water and electric. 82 tent sites with water and electric, and unlimited primitive campsites for tents. There's a lot of spots that are in the sun, so I'd recommend checking Google maps and compare it to their maps. We had a nice pull-through that had some great shade.
WiFi was non existent as to be expected when you're out in a wildlife refuge. The staff was always very helpful and welcoming. The whole thing seemed somewhat unorganized, but that's certainly better than having rude staff! My absolute biggest complaint about the staff is that they do Not adhere to the posted 15mph speed limit. They fly through the park even when kids were out playing, even after other campers had yelled at the staff to slow down. They had a playground of swings for the kids who weren't swimming, , etc.It was very family & pet friendly. - C est La Vie Three
Mar 2010 - $12.00
This rate is Passport America. Apparently this is a new owner for a year and we can see there have been improvements. Owner is very accommodating. The hook ups are new and great. The washroom and showers are disgusting and should be torn down. Big bump turning into grounds and bumpy rough hill. Garbage bin is parked in front and tractors are parked in front too. - Snooker2
Mar 2013 - $26.00
Staff is very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately our phone navigator led us to the wrong place. If you use the road address, you will have better luck. We anticipated there being laundry facilities here, but there are NONE. This is a church camp of sorts, but it appears to be the off season, so only a few longtimers here and two of us overnighters. A nice country setting in a large grassy clearing surrounded by woods. Nice! - Red Wolf Deux
Jan 2008 - $16.00
There is no office or camp host to check in with; all contact via phone; only a self check-in at the club house (with kitchen/tables) with a rate sheet posted and sign-in sheet provided, which was not advised when called. An RV group had sites with full hook-ups so other campers had to use other sites that have w/e only; those are along the road and in a field. The one perk was that a sliding scale is used for each additional night stayed. The Opry House was open on Fri/Sat. for dinner with a band but was closed by 9 p.m. Park has gravel roads and sites. Sites along the road have trees and can be tricky getting into except for end site. Note: If parking along the road near Opry House, your rig could be blocked by Opry guest vehicles. While the campground is quiet it was still a distance from town. If ever in the area again, we would not stay here but this is a good campground for RV groups. - Donna Butler
Mar 2006 - $18.00
We stay here often, just to have a quiet place to stay without all the fuss. On the weekend they have live country music (sometimes name entertainers) and great food. It's quite a drive back into Pace for shopping, so take what you need before you go. We plan to go back very soon. - Donita
Sep 2015 - $35.00
If there are any 50 amp sites here, I sure didn't see them. Maybe they are the ones the park models or seasonal/permanent RVs are hooked up to. It's pretty annoying to be in Florida and not be able to use the a/c because all I have is a 30 amp hookup. I walked the park with my dog - there are no 50 amp sites available to transients. There are very few pull through sites also. NOT cool to advertise a service and then not provide it. Otherwise, the park is gorgeous. Heavily wooded and quiet, spacious sites. The staff is terrific. - Spike in FL
May 2015 - $35.00
The campground was very clean and a nice little get away in the woods. Me and my family thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a lot different than most other parks I've been to. The staff was very friendly and helpful, you could tell they really cared for the place. They had two pools and a hot tub. They had a full tennis court and volley ball court. We used their fire pit and their BBQ grill all of which was top notch. We tool a peak in some of their cabins. They looked like they have been kept up really well and renovated. It looked nicer than most hotel rooms I get! - mike_h230
Sep 2007 - $24.00
Don't let the so-so website fool you, this park is a real gem. Located next to an Army Corps. river/dam recreation area, it used to be owned by the county, but a really nice family took it over two years ago, and they're doing a stellar job keeping it lovely, clean and green. Campsites are HUGE, and there's lots of room to roam. They offer lots of fun activities, and it's a good central point to explore Amish country PA. There are 12 seasonal campers but their sites are super clean and nice. This is the best place to stay in this part of PA. We were nicely surprised. Patronize it if you're in the area, you'll enjoy it. - LiveWorkDream
Jan 2013 - $12.00
Nice quiet park if you're not looking for a lot of extras i.e. no fire rings, no showers, bathrooms,cable, only 3 picnic tables. Nice affordable monthly rate . You can wash your RV and shoot off fireworks. Just ask first. - bailmanFTRV