11 RV Park near Upper Grand Lagoon, Florida
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Upper Grand Lagoon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Upper Grand Lagoon in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $22.00
Sites we have stayed in: #12 - This is a pull-through located on the left side of the road that is not water front. We chose this site due to the time of they year we visited (July) because we valued shade over direct water access. The site was very easy to enter and exit. #5 - This is a pull-through, but you have to back out to leave since there are two very inconvenient trees that prevent you from driving out when it's time to leave. It's a nice site though beyond that; meets all the other basic requirements. If you have a small camper, you could possibly drive straight out, but anything bigger than 24' I just think you'd have to back out. #9 - This is a back-in. Nothing spectacular about this site, nothing bad, either. It's on the lake and is easy to back in and leave. Trees are not a major concern and provide decent shade. # 11 - This site was fine, however, site #13 is "backwards" to the flow of the road. To enter #13, you have to go the wrong direction to back in. The problem this caused me was the person in #13 didn't back up all the way in and his tow vehicle blocked my access into site #11. It was an elderly couple and they were completely set up, so I backed in around him. It was a very tight fit. I could have been a jerk and made him re-set up, but we made it work, barely, but the other site was completely in the way. Site #11 is easy to park, so long as someone isn't in your way. While I have never stayed in #13, it is very inconvenient. Do not get that one unless it's a last resort. Parking is backwards, trees also complicate where you have to park it if you have slides and an awning. Overall, the park is very nice. As others have stated, trees complicate driving when you have a trailer but does not prevent it, you just need to be aware. Site #10 is the site I think would be the best overall, despite not having stayed in it. Large, easy to park and leave, pull-through, and on the lake. - JJGibbs
Feb 2017 - $15.00
Small campground. 20 sites. 18 are sites reserveable, 2 are 1st come 1st served. Majority of sites around a small pond that had 2 fishing piers. Nice to have concrete pads, but just long enough for our 35 trailer. Not alot of space for Tow vehicle off pad. Tree location gave parking & leaving a challenge. We had to back out of our "pull through" space. It wasn't a problem, but could have been if we pulled through the space w/ where trees were. Bathrooms & showers cleaned every morning. Dump station available. Verizon cell service good. Several OATV channels. Lots of great hiking trails, including one with a boardwalk that goes thru an amazing Cypress swamp. Florida state trail also thru the park. We would definitely state here again. - J-SRoadies
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