January 5, 2020 - reviewed by Waterbury
This park has had alot of damage from Hurricane Michael and it still shows, but it shows everywhere around here. Alot of fulltime residents, a few Fema trailers and many elderly that have displaced due to the hurricane. The rest are construction workers, I was told. The lots are very large, most are pull thru. Only a 45 minute ride to Panama City Beach area. With Passport America we paid 26.70 per night. We would stay again.
December 2, 2018 - reviewed by Kreigen
January 19, 2018 - reviewed by The Canadians
Quiet Park With Nice Staff
We are here for a couple weeks while exploring Panama City and the beaches. This park is half the price of anything in the city and it’s only a 45 min drive to the beach. The park is big with lots of pull through sites and the back area of the park is open and empty this time of year so we opted for one of those spots to have some privacy. The washrooms are clean but not fancy and the rest of the amenities are the same. This isn’t a resort and nor do they claim it to be so don’t expect a pool or hot tub. There is a small gym and laundry room. Every Wednesday morning Barbara makes baked goods and coffee for everyone to enjoy. We loved this and thought it was very welcoming. There is a pond to do some catch and release fishing, trails and the satellite reception is great. There is also propane on site if needed and a dollar general right up the road. This camp ground was perfect for us and what we needed and the camp hosts are super nice and accommodating.
June 25, 2016 - reviewed by Tommie Ponder
I Would Not Go Back To This Park At All