21 Parks near Crestview, Florida
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Crestview. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Crestview in the left hand column.
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
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
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Perfectly designed park! Even the way the sun shines puts each door and picnic table in the shade. Very well maintained and landscaped. They charge $1 extra for WiFi, but cell reception is great and we just used our cell hotspot. The pull-throughs are wide and long. The roads are easy to maneuver. Great park to stay at when traveling overnight to someplace. Check or cash only. No ice, no propane, no pool. - Islandcpa
May 2016 - $20.00
We stayed one night on our way home. It's a family run campground and they don't take credit cards for payment. The owner was very friendly and the campground was clean and quiet. They charge a few dollars extra for Wi-Fi. - Betty2016
May 2016 - $26.00
This is very nice park for an overnight of I-10 east of Pensacola. We called ahead for a reservation and was glad we did, they only had 3 vacant spots in the park. We had a pull through that was plenty wide and long for motorhome and tow. Park is mostly long term but was neat, clean and everyone we met was nice and helpful. - HolyMackrelAndy
Nov 2014 - $20.00
This is a first come, first served park. Many sites were available when we camped in November. Beautiful, clean, quiet with spacious, mostly level sites. Showers/rest rooms adequate and clean. Park host friendly and gracious. Relaxing views of the lake from the campsite. Remote area, no verizon service. I gave it a 9 because of no pets rule, otherwise would have rated 10. - petdoc
Apr 2014 - $20.00
Operated by Blackwater River State Forest, this campground focuses upon the freshwater swimming and wading opportunities available at Krul (often called "Munson") Lake. Campsites are generally level in a beautiful pine forest setting, well separated in most cases, and are paved or clay mixed with gravel in a grassy environment. Bathhouses were quite clean. Campsites are mostly further apart, compared to nearby Bear Lake CG, where everything is crowded and not private. Roads paved throughout. There are two loops within the campground. Access is one mile east of Munson at the junction of SR 4 and CR 191. A staffed pay booth greets you to collect day use or overnight fees. The swimming area is clean and life-guarded. Algal mats are around, but not in the swim area due to the amount of swimming. A large dock allows access completely across an arm of the lake. Interestingly, there is a long boardwalk trail with a replica grist mill (not in operation) and a beautiful suspension bridge over Sweetwater Creek (beautiful sandy bottomed river). There is also a replica sawmill, again not in operation at the time of our visit. No fishing at this lake. CSpire/Sprint phone service was 0 bars/0 data. DTV coverage included CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, and some indies. A small store is a mile away (very limited supplies), but there is no gasoline for about 10 miles in any direction. This is our campground of choice for Blackwater River State Forest, and we will come here again. - The Happy Traveler
Jul 2009 - $15.00
We have camped at Krul for 20 years and we were very disappointed with the condition of the campground. I spent the better part of a day picking up cigarette butts and assorted trash: not only from our site but the park in general. A nearby site partied until after midnight. We were only a few sites from the host! - DrummersMom
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Beautiful location. Fishing is good (Lake is stocked). No swimming due to possible alligators. It had the clearest night sky I have seen in years because it is remote. Very quiet. Bonus: Gator Cafe in Baker (about 7 miles south on Rt. 189) has excellent food a good prices. - Frank Fish
Jun 2013 - $10.00
Price reflects disabled discount of 50'%. We have camped here several times in various motorhomes we've owned. We live in Milton and the relaxing drive and scenery is like being further from home than the 40+ miles to get there. Oh, and when you get there...WOW!! Yes, it can get crowded, but if you come in mid week, your sure to find something...maybe not lake front, but usually something. There is shade depending on the time of day for almost all spots [a few are treeless because of recent removals but all in all most are shaded at some point in the day. Yes...people do 'hold' spaces for long weekends or holidays [and hunting season], but that is not the usual behavior. There is a large open area in the middle of the camping 'circle' where children can play, however, there is not any playground equipment. Restroom are older, but usually well maintained. Fishing is good, but does have its times when nothing is biting. There are birding trails in the area and you can walk to the south side which also has camping, but was closed due to a septic problem the last time we camped a couple months ago. You can see deer which are often brought in by the campers who feed corn. Lots of birds, armadillos, too. Great place for kicking back and resting. - ckirk
Dec 2009 - $15.00
Great little campground. We visit here to go fishing quite a bit and occasionally camping (if we can find a spot). Not much extra to do except fishing and hiking. No playground for the kids. The biggest problem is availability. From March to November it is very difficult as local people place a tent or something else to reserve the spot, sometimes for several days or all week just to camp one or two nights that weekend. There are no reservations so unless you know someone that can go up there to "reserve" a spot, you will be out of luck 9 months out of the year. The camp host refuses to do anything about it most of the time. The mens showers had one of 2 stalls broken for over a month, I am not sure if it is fixed here several months later. The lack of availability and playground are big strikes against an otherwise great campground. - MikeKai
Mar 2013 - $20.00
Fantastic park with big open sites and a view of the bay. Can walk right down to the beach from the RV for a little beach combing. However, I would not recommend swimming in the bay. While each RV site did not have its own fire ring, there were numerous fire rings near the beach. There is a decent newer playground. Bathrooms/showers were clean and adequate. Very close to Destin--just cross the bridge (cost $3 each way). Would stay here again. - Cap'n G
Apr 2010 - $20.00
Sites are far enough apart that you don't feel like you're camping right on the next guy. All sites are mostly shaded and some are fully shaded. Nice view of the lake. There is some highway noise from the bay bridge. Cable TV was very poor reception on our site. Most of the time the picture was unwatchable. Not a big problem as we were not here to watch TV, but it would have been nice to get reliable news. We eventually quit trying to depend on a cable picture and switched over to OTA TV. WiFi was slow but reliable. Bathroom/shower house was very clean but somewhat dated with some worn flooring. - Wadcutter
Oct 2007 - $18.00
We have stayed at this site a couple of times. Very friendly and helpful staff. Nice and clean bathrooms. Sites are fairly roomy and have a nice view of the bay. Destin right across the Mid-Bay bridge. However, this is a toll-bridge. The sites do not have fire-rings. There are several community fire-rings along the bay. Lots of long-term campers. A lot of the sites are in poor condition. Most of the sites patio covers and grill are severely rusted. Also, the sites we were given had ruts, exposed roots and were not very level. Lastly, the Mid-Bay Bridge can be noisy. - Yoshi
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Blackwater River State Park is about 10 miles from the nearest I-10 exit and it is that far away from a full-up supermarket as well (Winn-Dixie in Holt, FL). But don't let that deter you from visiting this hidden gem. 30 full hookup sites (water/50 amp electric/sewer) are arranged in two loops, one of which has a spacious playground in the center instead of RV sites. Access roads are well paved and wide enough for the motorhomes of today. The sites themselves are level, spacious and designed with very generous buffer areas of natural vegetation between them. Surface is crushed rock which the campground host meticulously grooms for each new arrival. Cell phone service was a reliable 4G (not LTE) with a download speed of about 2.4 mhz, both AT&T and Verizon. No cable TV but good over-the-air digital channels from the major broadcast networks when the wind is calm. Breezy weather gets the tall trees swaying to and fro, disrupting the digital signals. I have no experience myself with satellite tv but I did note several campers going nuts trying to get a clear view of the southern sky. One that I talked to finally gave up while another fellow could get one satellite only. No laundry. Ice may be purchased about a mile outside the park gate. White sandy beach on the river is just a 3 or 4 minute walk from the campsites. No highway noise, no train noise, no loud parties but several times a day pairs of noisy helicopters from a nearby training facility pass overhead. The river usually flows at about 2 or 3 mph making it ideal for tubing, canoeing and kayaking as well as swimming from one of the many pure white sand bars. - KodiakHouse
Mar 2016 - $24.00
This small park is a hidden treasure. The level, gravel sites are generously wide and full hook-ups were well maintained. Hiking trails were will marked and loaded with interesting views. The park is only about 45 minutes from The Emerald Coast, always worth the short drive. This would be our first choice whenever in this area. - the Fishers
Mar 2016 - $22.00
We camped on site 19 which was a handicap site next to bathhouse. The total park is small, with a couple short hiking trails and swimming in the Blackwater River. It is quiet, in the middle of nowhere. Milton Florida is about a 20 minute drive where there is a Walmart. Most sites are a nice pea stone gravel and level. There is also a boat access. Just up the road you can rent a canoe or kayak. Be prepared to hear a lot of Air Force helicopters overhead, what I call "The Sound of Freedom." The camp host sells firewood and does a great job keeping the bath facilities clean. Although a nice park, I doubt we will return. - LeeMedic
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
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Nice long and wide sites, easy in and out. Roads are packed sand. Zero road noise. No fenced dog area, but enough interior roads to walk. Sites are sandy with grass. Wifi was fine for email and Facebook. Water pressure was adequate. Antenna channels were few. There are a lot of trees so a portable satellite would be good. If fixed, maybe the office can assign you an appropriate site. Lots of seasonal and permanent rigs, some in disrepair. Fishing available on the river bank. Nearest WalMart is about 10 miles away in Crestview. Lots of restaurants there, too. I would stay here again. - TH travelers
Jun 2016 - $15.00
This park is only a few miles off I-10. The interior roads and sites are packed down sand. You can walk to the end of the park where there is a boat ramp and great view of the river. There is no cable and we were told there were no sites with a satellite view, but we were in site 15 and had great satellite. - RVerMJ
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Stayed one night in a pull-through site with 30 Amp service since that was all that was available without reservations. Had to wait for attendant to come back from lunch. Friendly service. Sites are good, just sandy and gravel with lots of trees for shade. One bath house with one shower for use. Older place with clean facilities. No complaints for the price. - rvjubilee
Jun 2016 - $12.00
This is a very scenic campground spaciously sited amongst trees on the shores of Open Pond. The well maintained campground is located about 19 miles from Andalusia, Alabama. Our site had 50 amp electric and water hookups. The campground does have a dump station. We were camping in 36' Class A with a tow vehicle.
The scale of the 30-acre pond is such that White Egrets and Blue Herons could be watched as they flew from place to place around the shoreline of the small lake throughout the day. Also, plenty of park squirrels to watch if one wants to take a break from a good read. A relaxing afternoon was enjoyed walking along the lakeshore to the 1930s-built CCC shelter and back to the campground. There were two docks over the water. Fishing boats are allowed with electric motors only, and the area was nicely natural and quiet during our visit in the early spring. On evenings with little wind the pond's calm water would reflect the evening lit shoreline trees upon the pond's surface creating a beautiful golden setting full of yellow, orange, and reddish colors.
Happy Travels ... hope the information is helpful. - W Review
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