1 Park near Panama City, Florida
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Site spacing varies considerably with some very close but others with more buffer space between. Site #132 was level gravel/sand with water and electric service but no sewer. Pretty waterfront with expansive view of Grand Lagoon from the bridge to the inlet.
Digital OTA tv reception was good for the major commercial networks. AT&T and Verizon 4G LTE service was dependable.
A short bicycle ride gave us a choice of several beaches with differing wind exposures (but it would have been a long walk to the beach). Some nice nature trails, abundant wildlife, a well-stocked camp store and very clean showers make St Andrews a real treat, especially for the price. Many restaurants within a mile or two of park entrance. Camping World about 10 miles away. - KodiakHouse
Jan 2016 - $28.00
The park is on a peninsula at Panama City Beach. There is lots of shade. Our site was very unlevel. It had also rained a lot and we had lots of mud in our site. It was tough walking around. Felt like the sites were very close together for a state park. The inner roads of the park are in pretty bad shape. Was disappointed in the upkeep. Lots of nice trails and access to the beach although the beach is a ways away from the camping area. We stayed here a week and it rained every day we were here. - jacknpeg
Oct 2015 - $14.00
Nice campground on the water (bay). Our site had 50 amp electric and water. Two dump sites available. 14 day limit like most state parks. Some sights were good for satellite, ours would pick up one bird through the trees and lost signal as the wind blew the trees. - Bill Bell