I was a bit disappointed, even for a state park. Road through camp sites is very narrow and sites can be hard to back into. A lot of lush growth with the trees, but that is to be expected. We were right near the river - could smell it - but not see it. We only stayed one night on our way further south. Probably wouldn't stay there again. I did get dressed down by one of the park rangers as I was blocking traffic while unhooking my jeep and parking my RV, kept asking me if I was going to park my jeep in the overflow spot, I kept telling him as soon as I was parked I would move the jeep.
When we checked in the agent told us our spot was "on the water". What a joke! There was a creek behind our space but it can not be seen because every place is an over grown, tangled mess! And there was no way to get to it from our space. The whole campground was that way. It felt like something could slither out of that creek & you would never see it coming. I rated it 2 stars because even though it was in town it was fairly quiet.
Just stayed there for 6 days and loved it. Nice wooded sites and just 5 miles to the gulf beaches. No sewer hookup, and some of the sites share water, so take enough water hose. We needed 5o ft. Of water hose. Can't wait to go back. Close to Walmart and Publix.