Not sure if I can say enough good about this park. Huge sites, level pads, good water pressure, and lots of hiking or biking trails. The work campers do an excellent job at keeping everything looking nice. Check in was easy. The only reason for not being a 10 is the fee for the park pass you have to purchase. They do give you a free pass for the toad but you have to purchase one for the motorhome. We will stay here again but you have to book months in advance due to all the local traffic staying there.
Nice park for a over nighter. Level sites. However, keep in mind you are at the top of a pass so the weather and wind are not the best. Views are fantastic though. The lady in the office came out while we pulled in and took us straight to our site. We would stay here again as long as its only a one nighter.
Wonderful park with the exception of how close the sites are to each other. They use one pedestal for every two sites so you are parked opposite direction on your neighbor. Pool is large and they have a nice BBQ at night. The office has a huge store. There is a lot for overnight people coming and going but is quiet most of the time. Most sites are pull through and you don't have to unhook you toad if you don't want to due to their size. Will definitely stay here again if ever passing through.
Nice campground. Level sites and very clean. No problem getting satellite as there are very view trees. There is a lot of highway noise as you are only feet away from I-10. Wilcox doesn't have a lot to offer if you are staying more than a day or two. Owners are very friendly. RV wash just outside gate and good priced however with the wind and the dust having it washed and not dried just makes it dirty as you drive off. Most sites are pull-throughs and fit our 45 footer with no issues. Would stay again but only for a night or two and not the week we did this time.
Fantastic park. Huge pool and spa, level Sites. Gated entrance for security. Big rig friendly to a point. Our 45 foot motorhome fit but was hard to park the car also. The sewer connection is at the very back of the site so had to have a longer hose. Has a lot of permanents but they all are at the back of the park and you really never see them. The temporary people are put in the front near pool and laundry. Trees on sites but they are close to rig location so hard to deploy slides without hitting a tree branch. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Grading this campground is hard. It has so many nice things but the bad overrides a lot of it. Pro: nice large sites, lots of wildlife on the hiking trails through the woods, Close to lots of activities, a office staff that it tops and very polite, and a security gate for after hours. Cons: No pool, many full time residence some of which even installed swing sets on there lot for the kids, train every night blowing its horns, due to drought the river is almost non existent, many residence work so lots of noise and traffic in morning as everyone leaves for work. Hard for me to say if I will stay here again if ever in the area.
Was not impressed with this campground. It appears about 80 Percent of it is long term residence and they keep there sites in a very unorganized state. It also makes it hard to walk around as there is so much traffic driving through the park at night when everyone is coming home from work. The sites were long but had a lot of weeds growing through the patio. 3 ponds for fishing were very weed invested. It is close to amenities with Walmart just down the road. Either coming from or going to park you will be required to make a U-Turn on the main road as there is no access to the park from across the intersection. I had to drive through a fast food place with my 45 foot RV to make the u-turn. The work campers are very friendly and helpful. Will most likely try and find somewhere else if ever back in the area.
A very nice park and easy access to I-10. We stayed here a week and the camp hosts were great. Everything was clean. We were here during the massive floods in Pensacola and even though many of the roads around town were flooded, the park stayed high and dry. We had a pull in River site and even with our 45 foot motorhome it had plenty of room to park the car behind it. The only thing I have against this park is it has a small pool and no spa.
This was our first experience with a state park in Florida and I will have to say its one of the nicest places we have ever stayed. If all of them are like this Florida is a lucky state. Sites were large and even though I had a back in site, I had no difficulties of any kind with my 44 foot motorhome. Roads were wide and sites were well laid out with plenty of privacy between each on. lots of walking trails though the woods and along the river. Wildlife galore. it rained most of the time we were there but still had little to no standing water on our site. We will stay here again as we have already made returning reservations for next fall. You have to reserve long in advance for this park and its easy to see why.
This is a wonderful adult only park. I would have given it a 10 except for the lack of a pool and the sites are a little close. They were close but still far enough apart for awnings. Being on the Gulf is nice and the beach is great for walking on. Everyone around was friendly and never heard a negative thing from any other guests. Never tried the fishing myself but while we were there we did see some others catching fish from the pier. There is 70 channels of cable but about half of them seem to come in and out which could have been caused by the high winds off the gulf in the afternoon. The waterfront sites were plenty big enough to fit our 44 foot motorhome and roads were easy to navigate. We would stay here again if in the area.
First time staying at this park. Thought I would check it out as am constantly looking for other places in the area to stay. Camp workers were very kind and answered all questions cheerfully. This is a new park, barely 1 year old, and it shows because everything looks new. Wonderful pool and clubhouse. Very large sites which are hard to find in the state of Florida. The only reason for not giving it a 10 is I am a very picky person and a 10 is almost impossible.
I have been staying at this park for the past 5 years periodically throughout the year. Not sure if they have taken on new management or what is happening here. It is still a beautiful park and one of the prettiest I have ever stayed at traveling throughout the US, however, the personnel have changed drastically. Every time I go there it appears more and more permanent residence are moving in. Many now have large decks and have made it a home. The atmosphere is terrible and the campground manager, which is a big gentleman who wears a campground security shirt many of the days, makes you feel uncomfortable and uneasy. This in turn makes me wonder if going back for the river justifies my family feeling uneasy, especially since they feel they need a security man to patrol and make sure people know things are done his way or you may be removed from the campground.