Geronimo RV Resort

10 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

Campground Rates

Reported Rates

Daily $70.00 - $70.00

Reviews (avg. rating 4.5)

| Nice and clean

By user-4946519... on 2017-10-23.

My wife and I stayed here in July 2015 and it was a great RV park all the pads were level manicured lawm, and the facilities were terrific. The clerk was friendly and very helpful. This park is also close to the beach. Will definitely come back...

| Off the beaten trail & close to a hidden beach

By user-6338126... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-03-09 to 2014-03-13

Family run, dog friendly, with full hook-ups (water, electric, sewer, cable TV, & wireless internet) for $60 a night and AAA/Good Sams 10% discount. Prime location: 8-minute walk to hidden public beach access with a lifeguard stand; next door to Guardian Rental Cars (850)-654-4600, $42 for a day rental. We visited the second week of March (yep College Spring Break) but staying in the RV park just outside Destin we really were unaffected from the drunken madness. I am guessing this is about the earliest time of year to visit since we had the minimum temperatures needed (high 60s) for sitting on the beach and soaking up that vitamin D. The white-sand beaches were pristine and relatively quiet this time of year. I’m guessing it is much more crowded in late spring/early summer. Plenty to do in the area. We rented a car on our rain day and ate with live alligators at Fudpuckers (kitsch family restaurant during the day, beach nightclub after dark) and had the best fish sandwich to date (hush puppies were also a highlight, though the menu was overpriced). Drove down the coast and stopped at a public beach with a playground, and then ended the day at Baytowne Village (the ultimate pre/teen adventure hangout meets ritzy shopping/restaurant center but they had a nice playground and carousel--their motto was appropriate: shop-dine-play). If we had another day we would have checked out Destin Commons (the super outlets), Gulfarium (to see the dolphin show), and go to the kiddie Amusement Park (for some go-carts or mini-golf). If it was warmer, they open a water park after spring break. Also worth checking out (maybe?) was the state park with its bike / hiking trails right along the beach.

| Convenient.

By user-5897917... on 2017-10-23.

Nice park. Full hook ups. Friendly and helpful staff. Neat as a pin and a 2 block walk to the beach. A little pricy but everything is down here. $63 for the one night we stayed, 3 of us in a motorhome. We would go back.


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