Stayed in Battleship Row. Loved this area. Everything is new and everything works great. Clean with new aluminum picnic tables, a great shower and restroom area, doggy wash area (wow), washers and dryers that worked and an outstanding camp host who was always available and checked the park several times a day. Also noticed security cruising the campsite a couple of times each night. Beach is OK, not a true Florida beach with white sugar sand but it is a nice track of sand along the bay with tables and a couple of large covered areas. Lots to do here in the park and very convenient for golf courses all around. No wifi or cable TV but got 37 channels on antennae and that was more than many places we have stayed. Cruised Anchor Cove (another site in the park) while riding around. It's nice but doesn't have comparable amenities (sewer hookup) but it is beautiful and embedded in a wooded area with power and water. Classical camping in that area with the blue boy. There is another area in the park called The Pines but we didn't check it out. This park is limited access and is a military site and not sure how they might handle folks without a Military or DOD ID. Reception area at entrance is check-in point and had very helpful staff who also check passes and Id's on entrance. Will certainly go back to this place. Very "laid back" and very nice.
Roomy shaded sites. We did not see any concrete sites on the side of the park we were on (anchor cove) Clean restrooms with easy access. Perfect beach for small children. We would give it a five star but the only sites available for a short stay were NOT full hookup. Only water and electric was available. There is a dump station nearby to unload on your way out. They did have a store but they did not seem to adhere to their posted hours during our stay (3 days). They do have mini golf, paintball and disc golf available. Wonderful recreation area for families.
This is a really nice campground with full hookup in which I would have rated it at 5 if it had cable. The drive into campground is a old aircraft ramp with cracked cement slabs with potholes. Take your time and its not too bad. The sites and road inside park are pavement and cement, very nice, smooth and most are level. Lots of frisbee golf activity down the road. Nice walking areas in woods and a small beach. This is the full hookup campground. Older campground with no sewer is at other end of the ramp has no pads just dirt sites with no sewer. It is quiet and older with dirt roads. I would rate it at 2.
We stayed in Anchor Cove since Battleship Riw was filled. Although there was no sewage at the site, this was more than made up for by the amazing view across the bay and gorgeous sunsets. The RV sites were large, level, and beautifully wooded. We enjoyed the hiking trails and miniature golf as well The bathrooms were very clean with individual showers. We'll definitely come back.
We stayed in the Anchor cove campground. Beautiful canopy of trees. Water & electric, with dump station. Had 8 individual bathroom/shower that lock. Always very clean. Very laid back. Friendly attentive camp host. Walking distance to water, fishing, marina. Hard to believe only $16 a day! Highly recommend! We will definitely be back.
Nice, quiet park. Plenty of shade with beach access, along with boat ramp and kayak ramp. This is the first time me and my girlfriend have brought our camper out, and we have loved it!
We came back! This time stayed in Battleship Row. So relaxing. We had a back in site on cement pad surrounded by trees and spectacular view of the water. Full hookups. Immaculately maintained, very nice restrooms, showers, laundry area. Very pretty campground. Camp Hosts JD and Rhonda were amazing! Battleship Row is $23/day.