I thought about giving a really bad review so people wouldn't want to come, but just can't do that to the park or the employees. We have always had very friendly encounters with the staff. For people who fish, there is usually something biting in the gulf or in the bay, except during the winter months. Beaches are beautiful all the time. Lots of room for solitude and walks. There are several restaurants and shops on the island and Eastpoint and Appalachicola are just a few miles away offering several different offerings to enjoy for those who can't take too much peace and quiet. The campground is well kept with recently remodeled bath houses. Sites are mostly private and spacious. There are two boat ramps in the park for those who don't want to fish from the surf. Shelling is decent if that is your cup of tea. Unfortunately, dogs are only welcome in the campground. It would be nice to have a stretch of beach that is pet friendly. Perhaps in the future? Since Florida offers seniors (65+) half price camping, a lot of people are just there to enjoy the park, not to party into the wee hours. We like that. We camp here about four times a year, but once I retire, a lot more.
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