Never seen a county owned park so pathetic. Disgusting Men's bathroom and showers. Most of the 4 and 5 Star reviews here are obviously not motorhome people. My 2 Stars are for the location and God's creation of Nature...not the inhabitants of this place. It looks more like refugee camp. People literally living in tents and tarps long term...saw a pop-up with pallets holding up fold out beds up. One guy with small kids living in a cargo trailer...not a converted one either. Another FEMA trailer with mold and Christmas lights all over it...and the tag expired in early 2019. And the Hosts...they never come out. Leaves all over the place are rotting into mud...too much to post...zero maintenance...keep moving.
April 2, 2019 - reviewed by Doctor Moist
Small busy campground. Lots to see and do around the area. Bar within walking distance. Mostly quiet. Showers and bathrooms need a good cleaning. Camp host was friendly and helpful. No cell reception on T-Mobile or I would've stayed longer.
October 19, 2017 - reviewed by Emery
Quiet, Small Park
Very quiet and shaded. Very nice camp hosts. $27 for full hook up $22 for partial. Small boat launch ramp on site. Bring your kayaks. 11 miles to lighthouse and 3 miles to wildlife preserve if you have a car.
September 26, 2017 - reviewed by Mary
Nice location off US 98. If you need a reasonable place to stay, I would stop here. Quiet, wooded with shade trees. Take a drive to the St Marks Lighthouse, enjoy Wakulla Springs State Park. This area is a hidden gem! Nightly rates below $25.00