2 Parks near Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
Sep 2015 - $22.00
Stayed in newer section with full hook up. Gravel site, level. No shade to speak of. Cell service from Verizon very good, adequate local channels via antenna. Plan to return. Sites are closer than i prefer. - rockhill
Jul 2015 - $24.00
As mentioned in previous reviews, the park has an old portion and a new portion. Many of the sites in the new portion were concrete and they all had sewer connections. But the sites in the new portion were closer together and had less shade. We chose site 20 in the old portion which backed right up to Western Lake where we could easily launch kayaks. The lake was great for kayaking but a little too warm for a refreshing swim in July. It was tight getting a 35 foot fifth wheel into the site but once parked, we had plenty of room outside. The sites in the old portion are very secluded with high brush and small trees between each site. We could neither see nor hear our neighbors. I had issues with the 30 amp power flipping the circuit breaker when running a single roof air conditioner, hot water heater, and television. This is the first time I've had these issues on 30 amp power. We put the hot water heater on gas which resolved the problem. The bath house was clean and air conditioned but one of the three showers was not working. The beach and swimming in the gulf were great and very refreshing on the hot days. - Goombay
May 2015 - $48.00
This is actually our 3rd visit to this state park We love the old Florida natural feel, shade, and privacy of the old section (our first 2 visits were in the old section), but need the full-hookups convenience of the new section this visit. The beach access is excellent (bike or drive over). Access to the little towns along Hwy 30A is also a short bike ride or drive away. The space between sites is good. The shade in the new section is limited. - the larks
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Stayed 8 nights. 40' fifth wheel with 3 slides. Our site was a back in. Concrete pad was just long enough for our fifth wheel and truck to fit without encroaching into the camp road. We had another party join us with a second car and pad wasn't wide enough for both, so we (and many others in park) ended up with vehicles off the pad. The park discourages this, but no one ever stopped by to tell us no. Most sites had small lamp posts between sites at night, but for some reason most of the sites on our side of the road were not operating, making it quite dark on our side.
Adequate space between most sites. Some loops looked much more congested than ours.
We had to use a portable satellite dish to find a 'hole' in the heavy tree cover as our auto dish had no chance. All utilities were fine and the cable tv provided had dozens of clear, hd channels, which was quite helpful for many days of severe weather updates.
We didn't like the long haul to the beach. It was quite a jaunt by foot. Ok by bike and the tram only ran every 30 minutes or so...but hauling chairs, towels etc was problematic, so we usually loaded the truck and headed to Miramar Beach...it was about the same length of time to get there and we had everything loaded into the truck.
Nice pool. Shuffleboard court. Small pond. Small camp store. Gate controlled after dark. We definitely would return. Good value, nice park. - Brujomar
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Heard a lot about Topsail and was able to get a space on short notice. Park is very nice, spaces are pretty tight. Tram to beach is nice. - Romer1
Sep 2015 - $50.00
This park is my all time favorite park. I have stayed here 4 times in the 103 loop and couldn't be happier. The sites are private, shady and have concrete pads. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained. I love riding bikes to the beach area, the dune lakes, and down 30A. You can ride forever. There is also a pool and a tram that will take you to the beach if you don't ride a bike or want to walk. There are miles of sugar sandy beaches. All sites have sewer, water, cable. There is also a tent area and cabins you can rent. Just incredible! - Jayco Barbara