We arrived in the afternoon on a Thursday. The staff at the booth were friendly enough but, no spark. I didn't like the fact they wanted my drivers license to copy. When we got to our site there was a lot of leveling to work out. As all sites on the outer loop are river front so they all slope to the river. Sites were grassy and had a row of mangrove trees between the site and the water (river) with a break in the trees for a boat or kayak. I didn't feel this park was very secure because they didn't check all the people coming in to the park there were some shady characters using the boat ramp. I also felt people were living in this park as apposed to visiting. The mens showers and restroom were dirty. The womens showers and restroom were fairly clean. This park is very remote. We disliked this park but did not hate it.
This is a great family campground. Located right on the Cape Cod Canal. Sites are easily accessible. Plenty of sight seeing lot of local (0-1hr) attractions will keep you busy for a long stretch. Fishing in the canal is some of the best on the east coast. This campground is a very well run state campground.
This park is all I could have hoped for. All sites are equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring. We had a very nice quiet site on the back side of the loop. Most sites are private with trees as a buffer. The bathrooms and showers were clean and well stocked. The employees were attentive and friendly. The fishing was very good. There is a 2-3 lane boat ramp which is great with a wash station. There is a fish cleaning station in the main parking lot. Plenty of places to walk and explore along with the fish pier under the Inlet Bridge. I feel like I could go on and on but, I will say this campground is all you could ever imagine from a Fl state campground. The best value for its price.