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Between the Gulf shore state park in Alabama and Big Lagoon state park in Florida, I would say Big Lagoon wins hands down for camping, beach access and tranquility. One can chill out at the InterCoastal Waterway beach itself with the super calm water, or...More
Edged up against the heavily commercialized coast is the Big Lagoon State Park. Located only a few minutes away from some popular attractions, this park provides contrast to the retail area. There are a lot of outdoor activities to do here. We especially enjoyed the...More
It rained our entire trip and Big Lagoon is a park that really is better with good weather. The campsites are very private (you cannot see your neighbor for the bushes, trees and shrubs). The bathhouses are clean and well kept.
Most campsites are sand or gravel and mostly flat. Trees or bushes between sites so they don't seem as close as they are. Sites 5 thru 10 or so concrete. Site 57 concrete. Site 47 concrete runners. 3 nice bath houses, cleaned daily by the...More
This is for those who enjoy hiking/walking on sandy trials. There are a few boardwalks along the trails along with lookout towers to climb for a view of the waters. Camping, picnicking, and kayak rentals are available.
Response from RodeoRob2 | Reviewed this property |
if they follow the foot path in the camp ground they will come to the beach within a few minutes, the main Beach at Perdido is a bit further and I would suggest a drive to the main Beach at Perdido as not allot of side walks... More
if they follow the foot path in the camp ground they will come to the beach within a few minutes, the main Beach at Perdido is a bit further and I would suggest a drive to the main Beach at Perdido as not allot of side walks until you get to the beach, but the camp ground does have its own beach, which is family friendly and has grills and picnic benches.