February 6, 2021 - reviewed by Cornbinder
Nice beachside campground run by the county park service in the middle of a migratory bird sanctuary. Take what you will need to stay, because it is a 20 minute drive to get food or fuel. The beach is in front, the ship channel on the east, and a LNG loading facility behind where huge tankers slip in and out. Always some type of ships to watch from the 1/2 mile long jetty if you get tired of looking for birds.
December 31, 2020 - reviewed by M&MTravels
$22 a night and just a couple of hundred yards from the beach. 1/2 price for disabled vets over 60% disability.
December 20, 2019 - reviewed by Kristi
We are soooo happy staying here. It’s the off season. My husband is a disabled veteran. So half off. $66 for a week stay. $231 for a month. Includes full hookups, WiFi, there’s laundry, a lighted pier, and a secluded beach. We were planning on staying in Surfside and when we got there it looked like a crime scene. This is an absolute gem!! We will be back for a month next year. Only downside is there is nothing around here. No groceries or restaurants.
November 20, 2019 - reviewed by Jeff N Glory
22.00 a night FHU nice level sites clean park and comfort stations we were only people on beach this afternoon going to stay longer than planned. 5 stars
October 23, 2019 - reviewed by Laura
Stay 6 Get The 7th Free .
This park is R.V. only no tents. Full hook up prices very per season, we are here in October so its 132.00 per week averaging out to be about 18.00 per night, This place is a hidden gem. It says 7 days max but if you ask and your spot is available they will extend it. We are in site 16 , in a 32ft class c and love it. There are pull through sites but those seem to have less space between campers. The beach is a natural beach, lighted pier, and not at all packed. Would have given 5 stars but the bathrooms are not maintained. Most campers are self contained and the bathrooms have a security code for campground use only so unsure why they are not cleaned better. There is 2 washers and 2 dryers 1.75 per load so not bad.
January 2, 2019 - reviewed by Lillian
Great beach park. New boardwalks, inexpensive, fishing jetty on one side, fishing pier on the other, Port Freeport boats pass very close by, WWII gun mound with trails, bird watching, friendly staff, no tent camping and all full hook ups for RVs
November 21, 2018 - reviewed by Hank
I'd give it 4/5 stars except for the omnipresent LNG Terminal. It's lights, noise and occasional ocean freighter rumbling past the campground at 2am.
Inexpensive and a decent beach for walking. Facilities are somewhat under-maintained but not terrible - except for the shower stalls.