I have reviewed many parks in the past and never have I given one a low ranking until now. We spent 6 weeks here. First, there is Wi-Fi but only available if you sit on their store porch. Second, the park has many large trees, most of which tower over the RV's. We had constant pine cones falling on our roof. We also had a big branch dangling by a thread near the front of our trailer where we parked. Twice we brought it to the attention of the office saying we feared it would fall on our vehicle; we were told we'd be put on the list for removal but their picker was presently broken. 4 weeks later the branch fell and luckily our vehicle wasn't there at the time because it would have been damaged. I later learned another camper, who was a resident, has been on the "list" for 2 years now for a dangling branch. Third, this park has a duel personality; one during off season, another during season. During off season the park is friendly, more relaxed and quiet. But in late fall many French Canadians snowbirds seem to take over the park; they are not a friendly bunch and the atmosphere is more tense. There also seems to be 2 sets of rules, one for Americans, another for the Canadians and rule violations aren't uniform. Lastly, they claim to be pet friendly but unless your dog is a stuffed animal it is not true.
This a nice, clean park, very friendly, the sites are wide and spaced well. It has easy access to US1 and shopping; a very short drive to the ocean. The park is extremely pet friendly and even offers a pet play area.
If I could rate this campground beyond a ten I would, it is one of the best we ever visited. We had a mechanical problem late at night while coming in with our tow vehicle which left us stranded near the entrance. The owner towed us in, helped us set up, and gave us a number of a dealership who resolved the problem (a bad sensor). The park itself is immaculate, the little animal/safari area was cool to see, and the swimming pool perfect. It was a great stress reducer to a very stressful day. I give this park 2 thumbs up and would stay again!
We stayed in the Gulf Breeze section of the park for a week. It's an excellent park in an excellent location; the beach is beautiful, the water crystal clear, and the park fantastic. We hope to return there in the future.
This was our first experience camping in a state park and we were impressed. The park staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The view (lakefront site) was serene and we enjoyed the quiet each night. I hope to camp there again in the future.
This is a very nice park and close to Magic Springs. The pond is cute and we enjoyed watching the water fowl, everything was exceptionally clean, the staff was very helpful, and our dogs had a blast in the pet park. About the only negative would be the sites are extremely close together.
This park sits directly on a beautiful beach, is extremely dog friendly, quiet at night, convenient to everything and has a huge swimming pool. The staff is very helpful and the park well maintained. The only two items that could be improved would be if WiFi access was available and updated showers. We've already made reservations to return here next summer.
A great location directly on the gulf. The staff is very helpful, the campground clean, and close to many conveniences. The sites are tight which made pulling in/out a little tricky but staff helped direct us. This campground was well maintained, had 2 pools, and a small store.
This campground is very nice and offers a view of the gulf. They were putting in many upgrades/improvements during the 3 days we stayed there. The only drawback was crossing Rt. 98 (very busy road) to access the beach across the street (no crosswalk). The staff is helpful, the pool area looks new, and WiFi connection good. It's close (a short drive) to St. George Island State Park.
We stayed one night on route to our destination, and found this campground to be a great spot to rest. The showers were extremely clean, staff very friendly, and the area is peaceful/quiet; this campground even sells pizza (which was delicious), which they delivered to our door.
This park is very nice and well maintained. The restrooms/showers were extremely clean, the staff very friendly/helpful, and the location close to Key West. It has a small doggie playground in the rear which our dogs enjoyed.
We found this campground to be adequate for an overnight stay on our way to another destination. On the plus side, it was easy access to the interstate and had reasonable rates; on the minus side, the dog walk area is very small and on a sharp incline, and neither electrical plug in the restroom worked.
We stayed at this park for 3 nights, and were pleased at how friendly the staff are, and how clean this park is. Our site had a very comfortable residential type patio set, a gas grill and a cement/wood patio. There's even an ice cream shop in the main building. We loved the central location, which seems rural yet close to everything in Little Rock. This park is also very pet friendly, yet we found no "surprises" laying on the grounds or owner's with problem dogs. We would stay at this park again.
Very nice park. Close enough to shopping, restaurants, and interstate to be convenient, yet far enough away to be quiet. The shower area was extremely clean, the staff friendly, and the site very level. We would visit this campground again.