3 Parks near Holt, Florida
Jan 2016 - $20.00
This is the first time that we have camped here and we loved it! First of all, it's full hookup for only $20 a night. I always like to use the showers if possible just to check them out. They were the best showers that I've used at a state park. Clean and plenty of room. The sites are pea gravel and level, with picnic table, fire pit and clothesline. After someone leaves a site, the campground host rakes the site to level it back out. There are a couple hiking trails. Access to one of them is in the campground and the other about half a mile away. The river is famous for canoeing and kayaking. If you don't have your own canoe or kayak, there is an outfitter about a mile and a half down the road. The park is 12 miles off Interstate 10. The closest grocery and gas is in Milton, about 15 miles away. - Southern Yankee
Nov 2015 - $24.00
This is a really pretty, smallish state park. Sites are very wide and seem long enough for most big rigs. We only overnighted so didn't see the rest of the park. Cost was $24 including tax for electric & water. No sewer, but there is a dump station. The hosts even come by and pick up your garbage right from you site if you place a bag out by the road. Didn't use the restroom/showers but checked out the building and it looked great. Big and bright and clean and modern. The changing areas in the showers were small but did have benches and hooks. No wi-fi, but Verizon was two bars. Enough to get email etc. I hope to stay again and do some kayaking on the river. - Pdxjoanne
Jun 2014 - $22.00
This is a very clean and beautiful campground. The interpretive trails are nice with lots of nice long bridges for the low areas. There is a small beach on the river, although the trail to it was flooded when I was there. There is additional access just down the road a short distance through the public use area. There is a posting to watch for "Gators", but it is Florida after all. I paid $20 per night plus tax via ReserveAmerica, not bad for full hook-ups. Lots of shade, most sites wide enough for large RV and toad side by side on the level pea gravel. The exceptions are sites 1, 2, and 4, which are smaller and have less shade. Cloths lines are provided along with both a fire pit and cooking grill. The playground has shade too. Most sites have vegetation between them so the seem private also nice spacing between. Sites 5, 6, and 29 have concrete pads, though they must be for handicapped campers. I was surprised to get most of my Dish Satellite channels, as my AT&T Internet fluctuated from 0 to 3 bars at my campsite. There is overnight parking for big rigs in the public use area for $5.33 per night. I would have given it a 9 or 10 except that the only dumpster I could find was in the public use area (quite a hike with a bag of trash) and the inconvenience of the registration office being only open between 5-7. The campground is well marked in both directions from I-10. You'll get on HWY 90 and turn at Deaton Bridge Rd (also signage for the park), drive about 3 miles on a decent road over a couple of bridges to the park, then about 2-3 miles to the campground. - hillbillyrvgal
Dec 2015 - $23.00
Very nice privately owned park. 60 gravel sites measuring 100' x 35'.
No cable but could pick up over 20 channels with just our antenna.
Lots of grassy areas to walk dogs. Owners live on site. Wi-fi available.
Picnic tables at each site. Right off I-10 about 15 miles from Crestview.
Very clean. Would definitely stay here again. - travelswithpuppies
Nov 2015 - $26.00
Great spot to spend the night while traveling. Easy in and out. Water, sewer, and electricity were great. Used our satellite with no problems. Friendly staff. We'll be back. - cropduster
Nov 2015 - $26.00
We were looking for a good RV park for a one night stay while traveling along the Florida panhandle, and this park fit the bill. It has nice long level, gravel pull-thru sites with smooth gravel access roads. The staff were friendly, the hookups were excellent, and the park is located only 1/2 mile from I-10--far enough to avoid highway noise but close enough to be convenient for a quick stop. The only negatives to this RV park is that there is no free WiFi and it is 9 miles to closest diesel fuel (in Clearview, Florida). It is kind of out in the middle of nowhere. - Byron Bailey
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Price was good, and located only 1.5 miles off I-10. Park roads are hard pack sand, and the sites are sandy! No office staff was available upon arrival, but they left site information, and it was easy to find site. No amenities, located on river, covered with trees. Closest medium size town - Crestview - located 10 miles away. Pack food, or pick up some before heading in park. Was very quiet, but too primitive for our style. - KKColorado
Aug 2015 - $15.00
I really like this park. It is very convenient while traveling the Panhandle of Florida. The "Overnight " sites are long and quite level and easy to get into to and out of. Most of the sites seem to be shady and roomy. Our price reflects Passport America. TV reception is adequate if you have a decent antennae. Wifi is outstanding. We'd stay here again and have done so quite often in the past. - Gus the Fireant
Jun 2015 - $18.00
I love this park and stay here whenever I have to pass through the Florida Panhandle. It's pretty and spacious and quiet and shady. The sites are packed gravel in sugar sand and quite level. There is a big playground and plenty of wide open spaces for kids. There's also a boat launch and high, firm, grassy banks on the Yellow River for fishing or just looking. They do not have a pool, but I wouldn't use one anyway, so it doesn't matter to me. The first time I came here (in 20012) I ended up staying for a week because it felt so good here. - Spike in FL