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44 RV Parks near Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida
We did however find 44 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pensacola Naval Air Station. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pensacola Naval Air Station in the left hand column.
Jan 2017 - $35.00
This is a very basic no frills place at a decent price. You get what you pay for. We made reservations and paid for a one month stay. We lasted a week. The campground is next to a cement plant that runs seven days a week. The noise is constant all day, beeping, trucks, loud noises of all sorts. They start at 5AM EVERY DAY, including weekends, and go until 5-530PM (half days on Sat/Sun). We could not take it anymore. This place would be perfect for someone who worked all day or was otherwise away. The other campers, most were snowbirds, didn't seem to mind or at least just tolerated it. Pros-The owners are super friendly. They converted our week stay into the daily rate and refunded the balance despite the "no refunds" policy. The free wifi is excellent. The other campers were all friendly. Sites are spacious and easy to get in/out of with our 44'. The location is close to the beach and to Foley which has restaurants and the usual big box stores. We did not use the washer/dryers or bathhouse but they both were clean and decent. - RMD3819
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Love this place. Owners are amazing. Quiet, country feel while close to everything. - Camper777
Sep 2011 - $27.00
A nice laid-back, quiet park with only 40 total sites. The owners are super nice and what a great "retreat" it is, you're close enough to Gulf Shores and lots of restaurants. You're not paying for a pool, but there are two large ponds. - homeiswhere77
Mar 2018 - $35.00
This a great park close to Mobile and gulf coast activities. The beach was a good 30 min drive because of stop lights. There are plenty of nearby amenities in Foley. There are lots of great restaurants and shopping in Foley and the entire area is really nice. Fairhope is a super cute little town you should not miss. As for the park, I have never seen a better pool in any park. For the kids they have large water slides and a kiddy type section with sprinklers. They have a separate pool area with a lazy river and it was incredibly clean. I didn't check out the laundry but there is one onsite as well as propane. All of the buildings and grounds are very well kept up and the park is immaculate. There are lots of permanent and long term residents but their RVs are all newer and their spots are not junky at all. The downside of this park is it is very tight. They are really packing them in here and there's no space to stretch out really. The roads are narrow and a little small to navigate but I saw plenty of big rigs so people must get it done. There is a small dog park for the pups and there are sections of beach 30 min away where dogs are allowed. I didn't use their wifi. Cell was good for Verizon (17d/l) but ATT was really bad for data speeds (1.6 d/l). ATT voice was fine. I didn't try T mobile. Tons of cable channels and solid 50 amp power. Cement pads were in perfect condition and very level. I would stay here again if I wanted to stay in the area. I found the price very reasonable at $35/night for the weekly rate. - Jessie1975
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Very nice park. Grass sites with nice concrete pads. Quite level. We have been here for 3 previous Good Sam events. Lots of fun and very nice facilities. Great pool and Lazy River float.
Though we made our one week reservation months in advance and requested our favorite site, they gave it away and changed it three times. Upon check in, it had been changed again. After complaining to the Parking Host, and office, we found out it was a common practice here. If reserved for less than one month, they can, and will change your site to better accommodate long term campers. A pretty crappy policy in my eyes.
It is a long drive to the beach. There are many Campgrounds closer if you choose not to fight traffic or pay tolls to get there.
We will continue coming to this area as we love Gulf Shores, but will not camp at Johnny's. Too many nice RV Parks in the area. - Rsunde
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We were there for the AL Good Sam Rally for that week and that is why we got the rate we did. It'a clean park, with all cement pads, has a dog run, pools, laundry room and sandwich bar. However the sites are very close together and if your not good at backing into a site you will have problems. Has several full time folks in most of the pull through sites. The park is kept up nicely, no junk laying around even at the full time peoples campers. It is close to everything, shopping, food and touring Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL. - gmasharp
Dec 2017 - $17.00
Stayed here to visit Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Was a bit nervous after reading prior reviews but guessing maybe something changed because certainly not as described. Not a resort ($17/night - really?) but extremely quiet, clean, and wonderful staff. Wooded but site was more than adequate for our 40' MH. There were some older units (as well as many new) and some obvious seasonal - all very well-kept. Certainly did not see lots of mold and mildew. Relaxed, comfortable, and felt safe in this rustic campground, so much so that we stayed extra day. Will return when in area again. - 2retiresoon
May 2017 - $32.00
Park is rundown. Permanent structures on site not usually a problem with us but all of them had mold and mildew on them. Nice shade trees. Staff friendly, owners not so much. Not really pet friendly unless your dog stays in RV, doesn't bark and doesn't urinate on their grass. Owner came to our site and began to scream at us which made dogs bark more and told us we had to get out. Allowed us to stay that night til we could find a place to go. I have never in my life been treated like that. Nicer places to stay for less money. Do not recommend this RV Park - Bacamper
Apr 2017 - $22.00
Lots of nice shade trees in this older campground. Staff very friendly and helpful. Laundry was clean and economical. Bathrooms very clean. Campsites need a little TLC. Our site had a rotting boardwalk to a shed. Our neighbors put their picnic table over the hole in their wood patio so they wouldn't fall in it. Back part of the campground seems to be a graveyard/storage for campers and other things with wheels. Roads are little tight. For the price---it was a fine place to camp. - Vernadene
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Very limited WiFi. Easy drive to town and restaurants. Friendly staff. - chevytrkr
Apr 2017 - $34.00
This is the best park in the area. Friendly desk. Sites were concrete. Some had breaks and cracks but I would park my fifth wheel on any of them. Back-ins were easy and wide, many better than the pull through. I stayed in a pull through. We were in the open with no trees at our site but most were shaded with oak trees. Excellent for dogs. They have a paved walking path at the front that stretches for miles along the highway but 30 to 80 yards from the road with woods in between. I will stay here again. Two weeks in Florida and this is the best for the money we experienced. It was only topped by the Disneyworld camp Wilderness which cost 3 times as much per night. - JohnWheeler
Mar 2017 - $34.00
Quoted $34.20 for a pull through and $31.50 for backin. Their brochure advertises $35. With additional $3.00 for pull through. NO DISCOUNT even though brochure states "Good Sam Park". The charges are confusing, then there are the added taxes! Sites NOT level, concrete pads broken up, pavers placed here and there to "patch" breaks and missing concrete. It was very hard to level camper. Restrooms are very dated, although appear to be clean with mold on the grout between tiles, I do not consider it "clean". No dog run or specified area to walk dogs. Those who do not clean up after their dogs makes it nasty. Staff are pleasant but have a "that is the way it is" attitude. WIFI poor, verizon cell phone service non existent. - Susan Flickinger