Roads and sites are all gravel, with super size cement pads to park on. Very nice park, full of trees to park under. Long pull-thru also. Water and power were good. If you come from north on Hwy 19 you will pass park on left, need to do a "U" turn at next cross over to get in. Good Sam discount. We will return.
RV Park was actually a "asphalt parking lot" behind the office of a mobile home community. No grass. Pull-thru long enough for our 50' rig, very close to neighbor. Facilities were clean. Bathrooms and showers required a door code. Swimming pool was closed. It is OK as a stop for the night plug-in for air or heat and leave. We called ahead an was assigned a space, when we arrived the space was occupied so we took another space and worried that we were in someone else's space. We agreed should be $15.00 or less a night.
We agree most people would give this campground a lower rating as it really has a not so great look. But, it is across the road from the Gulf of Mexico. There was a pool at the El Governor Motel and we were welcome to use it. The people who were there were friendly and helpful, made us feel welcome. Our site was very level and everything was in easy reach of our 5th Wheel. We were here the week after Memorial Day May 2008 and the weather was wonderful! There were families staying in both the hotel and campgrounds, and we enjoyed seeing them celebrating the end of school. There was a masseuse at the hotel who had a special: 2 hours 2 people $60, next to the real ocean not a recording. We would return again.