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12 RV Parks near Upper Grand Lagoon, Florida
We did however find 12 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.
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Available to active duty military and retirees only. The regular sites are full hookup, and very nicely situated with LOTS of room between sites. We went through the entire campground, and our review is based on the regular sites, not the overflow which is available only in the high demand months. - One the Rhode
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Lucked out and got 1 of only 2 pull through sites, #59, for 3 nights at $25 per night. Very nice facility with a friendly community feel and a community rec center built by camping volunteers. Very clean and nice showers and laundry facility! Pot luck dinners every Tuesday night. Noisy during the day due to the Raptor flights, so be prepared for that. Bears! But everyone we spoke to seemed quite casual about their presence, even the camp office personnel who just advised caution. Reports of alligators and copperheads near the waterfront trails. Would return but there is not much to do in the immediate area. Panama City Beach is about 40 minutes away! - Tin Can Twosome
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Escaping hurricanes Irma, hospitable manager, very helpful, well organized.
Plenty of shade, LP available, ice, mail service, gravel sites.
Several water front sites.
Sites range from parking lot overflow type to private large sites with water view. - budwang
May 2018 - $31.00
There are 18 sites that are reservable, 2 for walkups. All sites have 30 and 50 amp. Sites 1-7 are not really big rig friendly. We were in 14 and was good except for the tree branches that were hanging over the camper. I didn't even notice them until I put my TV antenna up. Sites 1-14 are around the pond. I feel like 12 and 14 are the best sites. The dump station is set up kind of odd, but we made it work. Interior roads were dirt and narrow. Verizon signal was good. Yellow flies were real bad, but that's to be expected at this time of year. There's really nothing for kids to do unless they like to hike. There were some people swimming in the pond, but I wouldn't do it. It's only about 15 minutes to Panama City Beach where there's plenty to do. All sites have picnic tables(some have 2), grill and a fire pit. Overall we were pleased with the campground and will be back again especially since it's only about 45 minutes from where we live! - Southern Yankee
Mar 2018 - $26.00
So . . . we made a last minute decision to head to the Panama Beach area around Spring Break (although we're retired so SB is meaningless to us). Couldn't find any campground, public or commercial anywhere on the beach. Then I found the Sand Pond Campground at Pine Log State Forest. In many states, the State and National Forest campgrounds are pretty basic with no hookups, pit toilets, etc. NOT this one! It beats many State Parks I've been in. The campsites are arranged around a beautiful lake under pine trees. They all have cement pads and full hookups. Only negatives is the navigation - the road is narrow, winds through a fore mentioned pine trees and was OK for even the biggest motor home BUT will make you nervous. The road in is sand but was well graded, wide and in great shape so don't be afraid of it as you turn off the highway. Note that, other than some boring hiking through flat pine tickets there isn't much to do here. BUT, it's only 15 quick minutes from the beach and Panama City. Lets face it, even at most of the beach front state parks the campgrounds are far enough from the beach that you have to ride to the beach. I stumbled across this place but I'd stay here again in a heartbeat to visit the Panhandle beaches. - Buddy Ray
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