This is an OK campground if you like being close to the beach; in fact, it is across the highway from it. You have access to the hotel pool as the CG is owned by the hotel. The CG is a basic no frills bare bones dirt and grass lot. A few sites are pull-thrus. Good for a one or two night stays, although there are many seasonal units. If you like to fish, a lot of the folks here do. We only stay here because we like the proximity to the ocean. Mexico Beach is a very quiet. one stop light town, but beware if it is spring break. The beach and parking can be difficult for such a small town. - HRambler
Small park with small cramped sites. Close to highway and some traffic noise. Amenities are few for the traveler; perhaps it offers more activities for a more permanent stay. Wifi was terrible. Sites were not groomed or looked after. Staff were quite friendly. The beach is across the street and accessible if that is important to you. Stayed there on a recommendation but would not return. Vastly Overpriced for what you get. - camperme
Very friendly, helpful managers. Found it convenient to cross the street to the hotel & beach. Will definitely return to this park. - Bagobago
Well first off, be careful coming into the park, its on a slope, so if you are a big rig, it tends to twist your RV a bit, the main road is banked the opposite from the park entrance. The park itself is quite clean , a bit rough about the edges but they seem to be trying to clean it up a bit. They have a Tiki bar on Tues and Sat nights with entertainment, which was nice. The pool was heated, but a bit on the small size. The beach is less than a mile from the park. Some of the sites are on the narrow side, just enough for a picnic bench ,some are wider, site #35 was a pull through but narrow. Internet was OK, cable has limited channels. We stayed here twice in April because of the close proximity to the beach. We will stay here again. - scouse
Pretty, wooded park, mostly retirees and snow birds, friendly.
No really a resort , but some activities on weekends. Mexico Beach nearby is a big plus. We had some space as site next to us empty, otherwise room to maneuver but RV on each side. - IowaGirl
This park is a couple of blocks from the beach - about a 15 minute walk. It is a quiet park with a mixture of fulltime MH's and snowbirds. The park is nothing fancy but it has a friendly vibe to it. It is heavily wooded with pine trees and the lots require a bit of leveling. Wifi worked fine as did the cable. We didn't use the restrooms and this is one area that could be upgraded.
We stayed 3 nights and would recommend the park. Good location and good value. - gypsy parrotheads