Encore is working on improving this park and it is a good thing because it needs it. We found the staff to be unorganized, and at times rude. Change maker in Laundry room is broken, went to office for change and made us feel like we were bothering them.
We had a pull through site which was large and had plenty of room. It was confusing as to which site we were in, and others had same problem. The sites around us needed gravel, they were muddy. There were trailers that had not moved in years and were not road worthy.
Location is great, but encore really needs to improve this campground, there are a lot of issues. - SJake
There are signs all over the facility saying "It is on our fix it list." Well, they are right, and during our week stay, we never saw a single repair being done. The best thing about camping here is watching the sunset each evening. Everything else- site, pool, hot tub, restaurant, bathrooms, showers- were subpar. We do not plan to return. - Atnt Life Grand
Our first stay, but not the last. Very please with overall park condition and efforts to improve. Park is an old KOA park so some sites are short. We are in a 31' motorhome, site length 35', however width is sufficient for slides and parking beside rig. All sites have concrete pad. Interior roads are paved and in good condition. Nice walk around park and concrete along water front. Good restaurant on site. Pool is very nice. Encore is making efforts to update this rv park. On site restaurant has limited but varied menu. Prices reasonable. The park takes up the entire land with water all around. Will definitely stay here again, already making plans. - WAM
One of the nicest parks that we have visited on this recent journey. The restrooms and shower facilities were spotless, well maintained and plentiful. They were ADA compliant and placed very conveniently along the linear campground. The ocean front sites are wide and well screened from each other by sea grape plants almost completely shielding you from neighbors. I heartily recommend this facility to anyone. - jmudd
Peerless. Admittedly, this park defines roughing it. 30 amp power, fresh water, clean newer restrooms, great ranger and staff but no Wi-Fi , no TV, no cable, barely a cell phone signal. Think of it as staying on your own slice of desert isle. Back your RV within 10 feet of the beach with just a picnic table separating you from the water. Site comes with fire pit. Ranger sells wood at entry. Sunrise every morning. Walk through secure gate to watch sunset on the other side of the island. If you are looking to bond with the family this beats Disney. Most sites have sea grape bushes that separate them by about 15 feet. Tip: If you have big rig go to Google maps and make sure there is enough space on the far side so you have enough angle to turn. - Tom & Marilyn
This is, perhaps, our favorite Florida State Park. We stayed here in 1988 and remember our site on the ocean, as seen from our motor home windshield. Still is that way except the Australian pines are gone but most sites are well shaded with shorter trees and undergrowth. Ocean view is the same, and only about 50 feet from the RV! All sites have 30 amp service and water hookups. They are wide enough for slide-outs on both sides and our patio awning. Surprisingly, in spite of a lot of rain we had very few bugs during our stay in September. Our rate is based upon a senior Florida resident. We would have rated the campground higher if it had 50 amp service; however, the ocean view does offset that. - gatordan