15 Parks near Panama City Beach, Florida
Feb 2017 - $48.00
A brief 2 day/night stay while visiting relatives locally. Easy access of FL Hwy 98. Beautiful setting nested in pine trees with multiple lakes with overlooking sites to consider. Neat as a pin! Beautifully landscaped. Spotless clean. Gravel roads and sites but very level. Cable works great. Too many trees for Satellite service. Compared to other Florida campgrounds, this was an extremely high value. I would definitely stay here again. - DMcKitt
Jul 2016 - $65.00
This RV park is located on a very busy stretch of road but once you enter the park you feel like you are in a secluded pine forest. This is not a destination park for young families but it is a very clean, quiet and relaxing RV park. Other than the pool and catch and release fishing there isn't much else to do here. The beautiful beaches and large variety of restaurants etc. are all very close. The camp sites are level but a little close. The gazebo that is on the pond is a relaxing place to sit and watch the turtles and other aquatic creatures in the pond. The screened in pool was clean and refreshing. The WIFI did not work well. The restrooms and showers were clean but the lighting in the men's room was very dim. I would recommend this RV park to anyone visiting the Panama City area. - Freelander1
Mar 2016 - $60.00
The sites are close, but the name says it all. This is indeed a pine glen. We would stay here again if in the area. It is quiet and comfortable; no road noise. - 1coloradan
May 2016 - $50.00
Very nice resort that is close to beach. Very good restaurants close by. A bit pricey in the summer time but you will enjoy this place. Streets are pavers, sites manicured and are concrete back in. None of the sites have picnic tables which we wanted. Only have space for one vehicle which is a bummer. Overall we will definitely stay here again. - Mbhill
Feb 2016 - $54.00
Very clean, nice paved sites, cobblestone streets.
Big negative: the wifi signal is so weak, we had to go to the clubhouse to do anything online.
Small negative: the "Patches" bar across the street plays very loudly until 10 PM. It's pretty good music, and they do have very good food, but it gets a bit old having to turn up my TV to hear it over the loudspeakers. - Neil_and_Sandy
Jan 2016 - $84.00
Very nice neat and clean park. Easy in and out, but if I remember it was not a direct route to our site. I have a hard time paying that type of fee for one night stop. Would definitely come back. - peddy dick
Mar 2014 - $65.00
There are lots of long term sites that have belongings strewn about outside. We were going to stay a month but changed locations after 3 days. The spaces are a bit tight and quite close to each other. The staff was helpful and friendly. The location is ideal for proximity to beaches and restaurants. - BubbaHut
Jul 2012 - $65.00
OK for an overnight stop. $65 full hookup. Shower/restroom requires a $5 key deposit, as best we could tell (guys had to shower at the pool & our utility shower so we could pull out on time) it was one at a time. Really short sites, big rigs would be hard pressed. - Massey
Dec 2016 - $63.00
The close proximity to the beach and pools are what really makes this park. Slightly overpriced but it is a tourist town. You really can't beat the private trail to the beach though. You do have to cross a very busy street just before the beach access. Was a great place for families with kids. - Spirit Creek Farm
Nov 2016 - $52.00
This is an older park with some attributes. They have 2 pools that look nice and a big playground for young children. I didn't use the laundry room or showers but they and the office were old buildings. A lot of the sites are tight to get into and people park where they can. The sites are well shaded which is great in the heat. The sites are dirt and have lots of pine needles. There was a patio area and picnic table at my site. I thought it was a bit expensive for off season. - younglisa
Jul 2016 - $56.00
First, the only negative that I have is that I booked a spot 4 months ago, but when I got here I was given probably the worst spot available. The trailer's slide next to us was almost on top of our patio pad. There were other sites available that I could have moved to but the trailer next to us came after I was unhooked so we decided not to bother asking if we could move. We didn't spend much time at our site anyway . The beach is in walking distance but seems long when you have to carry all your gear. The campground has all the amenities that you would need and is situated next to Shipwreck Island Water Park, which looks like a lot of fun if you have young children and fun for adults as well. The campground's location was convenient to near by shopping and all the different attractions Panama City beach has to offer. I would stay here again but I would requests spots 82-91 definitely stay away from sites 70-75. I'm sure these spots were created before trailers had slides because our neighbor's slides were more than over the boundary lines. We felt cocooned in our site! - Fun finders
Feb 2017 - $28.00
Perfect location. Beautiful serene beaches. Gorgeous sunsets. This is a big park. The sites are widely varied. If you are unable to make a preview visit, be sure and look at the site pictures on the the reservations page. Some say they are large, but there are lots of trees making entrance tight. Just because you have a lagoon-side site, many have a marsh between the site and the lagoon. I found the roads very tight for my 35' MH. Be sure and unhook your toad in the visitor center parking lot before you go into the campground. No sewer connections, but the water and elec were good. The bathhouses looked like they are new or recently remodeled. The beach is long, clean and without commercializations. All that said, this is THE place to stay if you go to PCB. - Magnum34
Jan 2017 - $28.00
Many of the campsites at this park are on the lagoon with beautiful water views. We had site 2 and I think it's the best site in the park. It was very spacious with lots of privacy. One morning I was able to catch an amazing sunrise from our site. It's a short bike ride over to the beach where we saw beautiful sunsets.
There is a shuttle boat to Shell Island, but it's not running at this time of the year. Bathrooms are clean and there are a couple of nice playgrounds for kids, as well as a nice fishing pier. Verizon coverage was very good. - Love2Camp777
Nov 2016 - $31.00
Very nice park. The Beach is wonderful.
The site themselves could use some attention. Many are rough. Tight, with some obstructions.
Turning radius can be close.
Park was built when big rigs were 24' towed.
If you are in a rig over 34' or so call ahead and be satisfied your site will accommodate your set up.
We are in a 37' fifth wheel and will come again but only on sites we know are adequate. - GSchlecht
Sep 2015 - $55.00
I believe this is a former KOA. Campers are packed in one on top of another with barely 10 feet separating the units. There is also the issue of hookups. Some have the water and electric on the opposite side making for interesting routing of cable and hose. The campground is situated within a stone's throw of an amusement park and along a main street making it a less than peaceful location It is however in the midst of the action making it a relatively short walk to the beach. The pool is clean and well kept. The taxes are a killer here with additions for "transient Tax", "Bed Tax (I brought my own but was still taxed)", "County Sales Tax" etc. The store is well stocked and the staff competent. This is a one time visit for us. - DXRFLYER
Jun 2015 - $44.00
The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is an older one...but they are upgrading slowly. I found 2 sandspurs in the bottom of our shoes in 4 days...so I can't say that was a real issue. There is some road noise but I can't say light or noise impacted our stay at all. Bathhouse was remodeled and was nice and clean. It's not a perfect park, but the location is good and the services were all very adequate. The only inconvenience was that power and water hookups were on the front of the camper? I find it difficult to complain about this park. We will come back. - Campingjunky
Jan 2015 - $50.00
An absolute slum! The worst campground/trailer park on PCB. Bathrooms are nasty and not repaired (holes in ceiling through the roof, tiles falling off shower and floor, no outside lights around the bathrooms). Sewage constantly backing up into the park from the permanent trailers. There is no grass, the ground is completely covered with sand spurs. It's obvious the maintenance workers don't actually work. It shows all over the park. Being a trailer park, the permanent residents were mean and rude with lots of drama. Homeless guys roaming the park and sleeping in the bathroom.
Just a nasty place, I won't ever be back and I'd NEVER bring my kids here! - Jean S
Jul 2009 - $45.00
This is a Park Model community where every site is individually owned. There are very few RV sites mixed throughout the park. The grounds are very well maintained, the staff is friendly, and easy access to the pools and beach. No pets are allowed by renters, only owners. Also, the easiest way around the park is by golf cart, but again only owners. Despite leaving the family pet at home, we will stay here again. - FrankM
May 2006 - $53.00
Visited this park in 40' motorhome. This park is advertised as "a recreational vehicle condominium resort". Actually it is an RV park that has become a park model park. Only a few, about ten, RV sites still exist and are rented. The park is gorgeous and very well maintained. The staff was friendly & helpful. Park has security patrols and a guard house at gate. The streets are narrow & I could not get my coach into most sites. Most sites would accommodate a coach up to about 32 feet. I got into a corner spot that had extra room to back in. Site was great with mature palm trees, concrete pad, picnic table and swing. Park has boat ramp, boat dock and storage area. Two swimming pools of which one is heated. The other pool overlooks the private beach which one also has access. People in park were very friendly. If this park was more RV oriented I would have rated it a 10. I will stay at park in the future. - rheavn
Feb 2017 - $70.00
We loved our stay, a true resort. Hot tub and heated pool were nice in January. Daily trash pick-up at your site. Clean private bathrooms and showers. Adjacent to Zoo World, one night the monkeys were partying! Like sleeping in a jungle. - ahh-scapers
Nov 2016 - $79.00
We have stayed at many rv resorts across the country, and this place is our favorite! It truly is a resort. There are two lovely ponds with fountains, and benches looking out at the ponds, so you can sit and enjoy the view. There are two swimming pools, a whirlpool, two laundry rooms, a workout room, walking paths, and one of our favorite things: a dog washing station, complete with a large sink with a ramp for the dogs to walk up, and even a blow dryer! It is convenient to everything, and yet it is peaceful and quiet, with palm trees and flowering bushes throughout. Each site has grassy areas, brick pavers, and cement pads, as well as bushes and trees, so it feels private. You just put your trash out twice a day in front of your rv and it's picked up by friendly people, who often hand out treats to the dogs, if they happen to be outside. Everything is clean and well maintained. They have a nice clubhouse with a kitchen, and they host monthly potlucks, and weekly Bingo, as well as other activities. I honestly can't say enough good things about this little piece of paradise in the middle of Panama City Beach!! I might add that it is our dogs favorite resort also. The dog park is all grass, and fenced in, with plenty of room for the dogs to run and play!! Can't wait to get back there again!! - Bonnie A
Nov 2016 - $45.00
Spaces are close, some road noise and plane and explosions from air base but not too intrusive. Excellent wifi and cable. Nice small beach, decks and pier at water. In fairly commercial area so traffic relatively heavy. Dog friendly. - Diane Fields
342-360 Solomans Dr Panama City CSS Naval Center, Florida 32407 (map) | (850) 234-4402
Sites: 59 | Latest Rate: $19.00 | 4 Reviews
Apr 2015 - $19.00
We stayed at the south side campground off base and are glad we did. We stopped by the north side on base and it is much more crowded and harder to navigate through. The south side is completely wide open, but no shade at all. The roads are all gravel, but the sites are concrete and nicely sized and angled, making it very easy to back in. The rest of the park is grass and sand with lots of sand burs, which drove the dogs nuts. Wifi was not reliable at all and the washers did not agitate so our clothes did not come clean. We had to use a coin laundry down the road to re-wash the clothes. The campground is perfectly located to Panama City and all it has to offer and during Spring Break the price cannot be beat. We would return. - pfogleboch
Apr 2015 - $19.00
Was in the South side campground. It was a couple miles down the road from the base. I would been much happier on the North side which was on the base right at the marina/ beach area. Southside was clean with good pads and hook ups. - buckingthenorm
May 2014 - $19.00
We stayed at the main RV park near the marina on base. The marina offers boat rentals. The small beach at the marina is not suited for swimming and a camper next to us cut his foot on a shell requiring stitches. However, the emerald water of Panama City Beach is just a few minute drive from the RV park. The sites are way too close together leaving you practically on top of your neighbor. The RV sites do not have fire rings, but there are some community fire rings in the pavilion area. The bathrooms are nice and clean. Each bathroom has its own toilet, sink, and shower and offers privacy. The staff was very nice and they towed our dolly to the storage lot and assisted us in getting into our site. - Cap'n G
Dec 2016 - $20.00
This is as close to a primitive camp as you will while still enjoy a few amenities. There is a dump station; plan to use that as there are no sewer connections (that we saw at least); for a weekend or a few days, this worked well for us. This is out of the way, but still within reach of Panama City Beach (30 minute drive, more or less) if you wish to spend time on the sand. There are trails through the woods, a small fishing lake and the people we encountered were friendly; even though a few of them were loud and partying late one night. We've stayed here a couple of times and will go back; no reservations but it is usually not crowded and it is a bit out of the way so you won't have to worry about crowds. - Jim Tadlock
Apr 2014 - $20.00
The camp host is friendly and helpful, always offering to provide assistance. Stayed a total of 2 weeks. During Spring Break season was the busiest with all the sites occupied, but by the time we left it was just us and another camper beside the camp host. Walked some of trails, although some others are still under water due to flooding the previous Fall. - BubbaHut
Oct 2008 - $15.00
Small campground in the oldest state forest in Florida. It's a nice place and close to Panama City Beach. During hunting season it usually is full of hunters, but is a nice place. You can fish, hike, bring your horses to ride, or trail ride on your bike. - rdaniel911