We arrived thinking it should be like paradise as it was near a state park. When we arrived, the owner told us to choose the place where we wanted. We tried to find the nearest place to the beach and found it but it was full of garbagge (broken black water hose, rusty cans, a rug hung on a tree and even a broken spoiler. We paid 30$ but we decided not to spend the night there.
We don't recommend you this site at all!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the very end of Indian Pass peninsula, we are a small locally owned campground. Come stay with us in paradise! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Indian Pass Campground Hotel Port Saint Joe