Good and spaces sites clean rest rooms and walk to restaurants If u can, get the site facing the beach
Called and found out the real prices $55 to $70 per night . And found out that the reserved are not correct so you may think you have a spot but you will get their and find someone their with the same day reserved . Double book so you have to take what's left .
The park is divided by the road, a section is direct ocean front and the other is bay front. Both areas are really nice! Lots of privacy and spacious spots, however if you have rig that's over 45 feet in length, the oven front spots might be hard to maneuver. All in all, one of the very few camping spaces in Florida directly located on the Atlantic Ocean.
Love the bathrooms and being able to park close to the beach during the day and then pull in campsite on the other side. Prices are better on the west side of the road.
We were looking for a one-nighter on our way south. This park was a nice break. We will be returning for longer stay next time. Whole campground is right on the beach, clean spacious sites, very private. Walking/bike ride distance from restaurant, great beach for walking or just relaxing. Strict rules for pets. No pets allowed on beach but there is a pet beach walking distance away.
What a great place! Clean, quiet, close to the beach, very nice staff. Best RV park showers I've ever seen! Wonderful place. Highly recommended!
The new campground is awesome. Excellent restrooms and showers with laundry. Sites near restrooms have sewer connections. Tent only section looked great huddled in the woods at the end.
You can see & hear the ocean waves from many sites.
This is one of the nicest spots where I've stayed. My expectations may lower than others since I boondock in the Prius a lot. Tent site #48 I got was $32 on June 31, 2017. The staff are friendly. The bathroom and shower are excellent. The washing machine is $1.75. There is a nice cool breeze (picture) and the camp is uncrowded. I will be staying another night or two.
This campground has two loops. One is Oceanside (which is AMAZING if you can book it, BOOK IT) and the second is Riverside (where I camped) - For $45.00 a night, Riverside is just OK. The campground is clean, well maintained, the rangers and staff are incredible. But the camping area is just basic and OK. Riverside is not facing a river (it is a few hundred meters through the woods, on a trail. You cannot see it from your campsite) - The ocean is about a 1/2 mile away. Dogs are not allowed on the beach - Sites are in an open field. No shade. Some sites are paved, mine was gravel, unlevel. If you have a toad/car/a way to get around town, Riverside might be great for you. But if you are like me and you have a motorhome, there is not much that you access unless you drive out of the park. With that said, I would only stay here again if I could book a beach spot.
We got here late, as it was an overnight stay on the way back north. We were able to get a last-minute spot on the river side of the park. The hookup posts are modern, with 15, 30, and 50 Amp connections. The spot we were assigned (#39) was beautiful, with a fire ring, picnic table and gravel pad. We set up our lawn chairs and had cigars while gazing up at the stars. I am already making plans to go back in a few months, hoping to get an ocean side spot.