We found this park to be perfectly suitable for our needs. The restroom, showerhouse, and laundry rooms were all nice and very clean. Not real "new" looking, but we are not the "resort" type camper anyway. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have a minimum of supplies in their office store, but we always come prepared anyway. The pool was great! It was on the large size, and like everything else, very clean. We chose one of the back-in sites around the perimeter of the campground, as that was where the trees and shade are. There are several brand new looking, pull-through sites in the center of the campground, but they have zero shade. There are a few older pull-through sites at the back of the campground, which appeared to have some trees and shade. Our back-in site was #A6, which was more than large enough for our 29' 5th wheel, with plenty of room left over to park the truck. All the services worked well, that being water, electric, sewer and free WiFi. Our $20.00 (cash) rate reflects the PPA discount.
We loved this place! Close to the ocean. Close to Pensacola. Close to the Naval air base where the Blue Angels call home. We saw them do one of their weekly shows for people that come to the base. Awesome!
On our way from Pensacola to Tupelo, we were just looking for a convenient place, with pull throughs, for one night. I did not want to unhitch. Well, I did not have to unhitch, but that was about the only good thing I can say about our site at Springridge RV Park. The "RV" part of the layout is merely an old, broken up asphalt parking lot on the side of a hill behind the "Mobile Estates" that fronts the street. The particular site we were given, had us up pointing uphill rather noticeably. Not wanting to unhitch, we just lived with it for the night. The sites were all VERY tight, with the utilities just stuck in the asphalt. It would be very easy to hit them while trying to maneuver in or out of the sites. They were just accidents waiting to happen. Heaven forbid that anyone arrive after dark, because the sites are all criss-crossed and very confusing, even in the daylight. Long story short, we will not be staying here again, even if it was free.
This was a membership park for a long time, however they now admit non-members. The park has been in existence for many years, and looks like it. The present owners are actively trying to bring it up to snuff, but I suspect it will take quite a bit of time and money on their part. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and because of that I would consider staying there again. The park has many features which we were not able to sample, as we were there in the off season and the place was, for the most part, deserted.