The Hideaway Camping Retreat

(24 Reviews)

9807 Navarre Pkwy, Navarre, FL 32566

850-939-2717

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GPS: 30.4086, -86.8145

The Hideaway Camping Retreat is located at 9807 Navarre Pkwy, Navarre, Florida 32566 with a total of 50 campsites. Before your trip to The Hideaway Camping Retreat, check out website at http://thehideawayretreat.com/ or contact them through 850-939-2717 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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30.4086, -86.8145

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 30.4086, -86.8145

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Overview of The Hideaway Camping Retreat


Last Price Paid: $105

Reported by Laura on 04.01.2022

Longest RV Reported: 41 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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Number of Sites:

50

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Tent Camping:

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  • Area Guides Avatar Laura
    Its what Florida vacation is all about: beautiful beach, white sand, clear water, wonderful campground

    Reviewed 1/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $105

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: premium waterfront 45 It

    This is the best campground we have stayed at since touring the Florida Atlantic Coast to the keys then the Gulf of Mexico. Its like a boutique hotel with caring staff, updated landscape with grass islands between sites and in common areas. The RV pad and roadways are covered with white large gravel. It helped keep the sand from gettin...moreThis is the best campground we have stayed at since touring the Florida Atlantic Coast to the keys then the Gulf of Mexico. Its like a boutique hotel with caring staff, updated landscape with grass islands between sites and in common areas. The RV pad and roadways are covered with white large gravel. It helped keep the sand from getting into the RV and helped provide a solid base to maintain a level site. The hookups particularly the sewer were at the right height and the water flow was strong. The cable was excellent and we had few issues with the internet. We were there during a heavy storm with possible tornadoes. There was shelter in a house basement and the laundry room. I felt completely safe in the basement. There was no damage to the canopy of live oaks or to the RVs. The next morning there were no significant puddles of water on my site nor on the roadways. The beach has been described as being small. In my opinion, it accommodated a full park with many families having children and dogs without seeming crowded. The water is shallow for quite a long distance making it perfect for children and others who like water warmed by the sun. It was worth spending 35.00 to lock in the site. We got just what was advertised plus more! This is the best review I have ever written and I am so glad to be submitting it.

  • Area Guides Avatar Moore2Explore
    A Mixed Bag

    Reviewed 18/3/2022

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 28

    Site number: 42

    We reserved the month of Feb. several months in advance in order to stay in the same place with friends. The campground is older, and the new owners are trying to make improvements....that's a good thing. Sites are incredibly tight and the trees, while they are lovely and provide nice shade are WAY overgrown and I would not advise anyo...moreWe reserved the month of Feb. several months in advance in order to stay in the same place with friends. The campground is older, and the new owners are trying to make improvements....that's a good thing. Sites are incredibly tight and the trees, while they are lovely and provide nice shade are WAY overgrown and I would not advise anyone with a taller rig to stay here. We saw several come and go (both 5th wheels and class A's) that rubbed on the roof and sides. We had a monthly rate and were quoted one thing on the phone, but check the link you get by email confirming, because it was quite different. I called back and it was adjusted. A word to the wise, the book keeping seems a little creative to me, so if you reserve, screen shot it because it changes (sadly I hadn't done that so had no hard proof)--we spoke to other campers with the same issue. Some sites that are billed as premium water view have what I'd call a glimpse of the water, and the one our friends stayed in had a small triangle of ground on the camp side with no room for picnic table, but not sure I'd like that because the sewer, water and power pedestal were all right there outside the camper door.The campground is on the sound and there is a little beach which dogs are allowed on, so if you travel with pets, this may be a good choice for you. They have brought in pretty white sand on the bank leading down to the beach which looks really nice and they've put down some sod in many sites, but they request you not put anything on the grass. The sunsets can be spectacular so you can carry your chairs down to enjoy them....would be nice if they placed some permanent chairs in this area for the guests to use. They do overbook and use any open space for "overflow" and run long electric extension cords. They have some tent sites but they are wedged between the road and a board fence. I felt very bad for the tent campers here. Many of the RV sites don't have enough room to park you tow vehicle. No campfires allowed at your site, only the "communal pit" by the corn hole boards and laundry room. Bring your own wood. We inquired about using our propane fire pit and they said absolutely no. Not sure why a communal smoky fire pit is safer than my little propane one, but that's the rules.We didn't use the shower house but peeked in. It's an older one refurbished in a "rustic shabby chic" decor which was cute.Read the other reviews, both good a bad because there's both here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Priorcrew
    Beautiful private campground

    Reviewed 25/1/2022

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    Nightly rate: $89

    Days stayed: 3

    We had a waterfront site and loved the entire experience. We enjoyed walking the dog on the beach and kids loved playing in the sand. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The community campfire is a very nice feature as well.

  • Area Guides Avatar Camping Greens
    Worst ever

    Reviewed 24/1/2022

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 28

    Not a safe campground, no security, large gatherings at sites, lots of coming and going. Trash and ants everywhere. When we made reservation we asked for private, looked good, but then they parked a camper in driveway (not a site) next to us and his door opened to ours and our picnic tables were 3 ft apart (during Covid). They had alr...moreNot a safe campground, no security, large gatherings at sites, lots of coming and going. Trash and ants everywhere. When we made reservation we asked for private, looked good, but then they parked a camper in driveway (not a site) next to us and his door opened to ours and our picnic tables were 3 ft apart (during Covid). They had already moved guy twice. They apparently overbook and then try and find a hole to put you, anything for the dollar. Lots of tenters piled up against fence, no space between them. Someone had sewer problems, said they would have to park at Walmart till they got it fixed. Nasty bathrooms. Kept trying to speak with Management, but she never called us back. Since they had overbooked we told them we would leave if they would give a refund. They said they didn’t give refunds. I wouldn’t stay here again if it was free.

  • Area Guides Avatar Josh, Derek, & Blue
    SNOWBIRDS BEWARE! Constant noise, damaged belongings, and inexperienced ownership

    Reviewed 6/1/2022

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    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 40

    There is nothing relaxing or peaceful about this place. We booked for a month and left early because we were tired of the noise and issues. We stayed at 30+ RV parks all across the US in 2021, and this one is the worst of them all! Aside from the crammed sites, and the extension chords running to makeshift campsites; when we arrived, t...moreThere is nothing relaxing or peaceful about this place. We booked for a month and left early because we were tired of the noise and issues. We stayed at 30+ RV parks all across the US in 2021, and this one is the worst of them all! Aside from the crammed sites, and the extension chords running to makeshift campsites; when we arrived, the who parked us was demanding and disrespectful, and made inaccurate assumptions about my partners driving abilities.We experienced leaf blowers as 7:30 AM on multiple mornings before the office staff was even present, covering everything in dust and waking us up, along with other campers that we spoke with.There were dump trucks and bulldozers on a daily basis, for hours on end. The Sprinklers damaged our RV because they were shooting everywhere except the grass. While actively damaging our RV, the staff told us we were being dramatic. The view from our site was scrap wood piles on one side, and gravel piles and a dumpster on the other side; accompanied by the constant tossing and banging of lumber, and machinery. They sprayed pesticides without notifying us. When we let our dog out in the morning, he was in the wet chemicals until we saw the tiny sign in the grass, placed where it could not be seen without walking through the wet chemicals. Out stairs were on the grass with the chemicals because the site was so narrow.The inexperienced management was not sympathetic to the issues they were causing and threatened to kick us out because we were unhappy. They did not for a single moment stop to ask why we were unhappy. In addition, they were not transparent about fees, so it ended up being about $1,300 for a month of stress, zero privacy, and damaged belongings.Weird policy, they do not allow for outdoor candles, torches, or smal propane fire pits; which we have been able to use in even the most sever burn bans in the west.

  • Area Guides Avatar mtvandenburgh
    Great Place

    Reviewed 27/12/2021

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 31

    This our third time here. Every time we come it keeps getting nicer. The work they have put into this campground is amazing and they continue to make improvements. All of this and they have kept the trees and more random layout that is nice not asphalt and rv's stacked on each other. Dog friendly beach which is hard to find. We ended u...moreThis our third time here. Every time we come it keeps getting nicer. The work they have put into this campground is amazing and they continue to make improvements. All of this and they have kept the trees and more random layout that is nice not asphalt and rv's stacked on each other. Dog friendly beach which is hard to find. We ended up staying for more than a month.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kathy
    Amazing Private Beach

    Reviewed 25/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $89

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 14

    We spent 4 nights at The Hideaway Retreat and we had a blast. It is a little crazy to drive a larger rig in there but they offer a long check in period (12pm-6pm) in which they have staff to help you park, Mark was great. Do yourself a favor and get there during that time as a night park could be confusing. Once parked you’ll love the ...moreWe spent 4 nights at The Hideaway Retreat and we had a blast. It is a little crazy to drive a larger rig in there but they offer a long check in period (12pm-6pm) in which they have staff to help you park, Mark was great. Do yourself a favor and get there during that time as a night park could be confusing. Once parked you’ll love the trees and their canopy. We had a Premium Waterview site and it did not disappoint. To make the most of the view some of the sites can see each other but we found we still had enough privacy to hang out outside; if you like to meet people this place also has a great community area with a fire pit and games. The best thing about HR is the private beach on the beautiful Santa Rosa Sound. It was better than the actual beach! It’s calm and shallow perfect for kids and pets (who can be unleashed on the beach!). The girls in the office are sweet and helpful and Carly was awesome, even remembering my dogs names and asking after them. I’ll definitely return (already trying to plan that trip!!) and stay here again, hopefully getting one of the prime waterfront spots.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mike
    Site 7 great for rooftop tents.

    Reviewed 21/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $78

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 7

    Short walk to bay for swimming. Site 7 worked out great for us which put us close enough to laundry, showers, and restrooms, but not so close as to be irritated by their use. Facilities are well maintained. Right beside commons area which has various activities for all ages. The traffic pattern keeps you clear of oncoming headlights at...moreShort walk to bay for swimming. Site 7 worked out great for us which put us close enough to laundry, showers, and restrooms, but not so close as to be irritated by their use. Facilities are well maintained. Right beside commons area which has various activities for all ages. The traffic pattern keeps you clear of oncoming headlights at night in our site. Walmart and dollar store are bout a mile or less away in case of restocking needs. The atmosphere was nice and family oriented. We didn’t run into anyone there with attitudes. The staff were always considerate and well mannered. Be sure and read over carefully the booking because there are additional fees for guests, vehicles. If you want to reserve ahead and want a specific site, there is a site locking fee that will keep you from being given an equivalent site pending need.

  • Area Guides Avatar Frugal for Luxury
    Hard access / parking but stunning park

    Reviewed 9/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 40

    The Hideaway Retreat is a stunning campsite with old oak and magnolia trees. Note that navigating the trees with a big rig is going to be very challenging and take someone with a good eye and hand! The staff will help but you need to know how to maneuver your rig. We do drive a 41-ft fifth wheel but saw smaller trailers require multipl...moreThe Hideaway Retreat is a stunning campsite with old oak and magnolia trees. Note that navigating the trees with a big rig is going to be very challenging and take someone with a good eye and hand! The staff will help but you need to know how to maneuver your rig. We do drive a 41-ft fifth wheel but saw smaller trailers require multiple adjustments in all spots. The staff will do everything possible to keep you all in one spot but the organization seems messy. We had booked an overflow spot and we’re told no sewage, which was fine. Upon check in, we were also told it’d be limited power, which wasn’t an option for us. So they moved reservations around, charged us the difference, and put us in a regular spot. The owner is the most confusing person I have ever dealt with. She charged my credit card three times and has refused to agree to what was discussed in her office. She has been extremely rude, very frustrating... and cheating our family on our 4-night stay. I suggest recording your conversations when discussing pricing of your stay...Some spots have a picnic table, other don’t - ours didn’t. We were opening up to sand and had no space to even put camping chairs. Other spots have little wooden decks and a lot more space than we had. Good WiFi but you’ll need to use your extender! But we were able to work full time, no problem!The grounds are beautiful however and the kids had a great time. There is a natural playground they spent hours at. The little beach is not on the Gulf, but still a very nice hangout with warmer waters than the gulf! On weekends, get to Navarre Beach early!! Easy and quick access by car (about 5 minutes) and beautiful white powder beaches! Overall a wonderful and idyllic little place, but not sure they should be accepting big rigs. Expect to scratch the top and sides...

  • Area Guides Avatar Jason
    Unique, and enjoyable

    Reviewed 6/5/2021

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    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 46

    It is tight to navigate with the trees, and you’d prefer to be one of the four spots backing up to the beach. It has been undergoing a transformation since the ownership changed two years ago, and the owner (Jeanie) is a rock star. Genuine, passionate, and an overall concern to create a great experience (while protecting the trees!)....moreIt is tight to navigate with the trees, and you’d prefer to be one of the four spots backing up to the beach. It has been undergoing a transformation since the ownership changed two years ago, and the owner (Jeanie) is a rock star. Genuine, passionate, and an overall concern to create a great experience (while protecting the trees!). Prior hurricanes and tropical storms have left their mark on the coast here, but it was still a very enjoyable experience. I’m looking forward to coming back.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ms. May
    Cozy, Sweet Spot

    Reviewed 12/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 37

    I had heard a lot about this campsite, so I was excited to check it out for myself. Our site was VERY cozy, and the ladies checking us in helped us back into the spot between beautiful magnolia trees. It would be very difficult to check in after dark without help. The beach barrier is under construction (likely from the last hurrica...moreI had heard a lot about this campsite, so I was excited to check it out for myself. Our site was VERY cozy, and the ladies checking us in helped us back into the spot between beautiful magnolia trees. It would be very difficult to check in after dark without help. The beach barrier is under construction (likely from the last hurricane), but the dog beach is beautiful and Dotty ran around with glee. Neighbors are super friendly, but everyone is close and not a lot of privacy. WiFi is offered, but not great. I had some trouble with my AT&T and Verizon hotspots so I ended up spending a day outside at Ye Olde Brothers Brewery to work and let Dotty hang out in the grass. If you have PTSD: Be careful staying anywhere on this part of the Florida Gulf Coast as the AF does their training nightly from 8-11pm and they are shooting 20mm Canons from the AC130, as well as 20mm guns with both live and inert munitions just 10 miles away. Some of the explosions shook the trailer. It didn't bother Dotty and I much once we knew what the source of the noise was from.No firepits at the site, instead they prefer you join the communal pit in the center of the park where they provide the fire and you can meet some of your neighbors. It's a very cozy vibe, and we met some really nice campers during our stay. Would definitely come again!

  • Area Guides Avatar Sofie
    So cute and nice service!

    Reviewed 9/2/2021

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    Nightly rate: $100

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 11

    Super cute lights when you drive in and the lady at the office was the absolute sweetest!!! Definitely recommend. Plus the beach is right there!

  • Area Guides Avatar Tin Cupp
    Very cute campground - Beware Big Rigs

    Reviewed 3/2/2021

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    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 47

    Let’s not misinterpret the title as negative. We have a 27 foot Airstream and we very much enjoyed our stay and WILL be back. The challenge for big rigs (class A and large 5th wheelers) are the trees. The trees are the charm of the park and yet a challenge for large rigs. The owner loves her trees and she should. They give the park...moreLet’s not misinterpret the title as negative. We have a 27 foot Airstream and we very much enjoyed our stay and WILL be back. The challenge for big rigs (class A and large 5th wheelers) are the trees. The trees are the charm of the park and yet a challenge for large rigs. The owner loves her trees and she should. They give the park a natural and comfortable feel. But she will not be trimming the trees to accommodate taller rigs. We had site 47 on the water. Not the best water view but it was still very nice. Hurricane Sally destroyed quite a bit of the areas beach walls, but the beach walking is still nice. Keep in mind this is the bay, not the pure white sands of Navarro Beach. Which is just a 10 minute drive across the causeway. Worth the short trip!There is a very nice gathering area with a fire pit, benches and chairs, corn hole and a few other games and a lit with string lights. Only negative is a bit busy the state highway is busy until 10 pm.

  • Area Guides Avatar RVA-Jeff
    Close to a Private Beach

    Reviewed 9/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 3

    Pros:* Lots of Trees; Doesn't feel like a parking lot with rows & rows of RV's. * Private Beach - very walkable short distance with a nice overlooking deck* A-MAZ-ING sunsets; the sunrises are incredible too if you go around the corner to the left on the Beach* New laundry machines ($2.25 a load); Can you quarters or an app whe...morePros:* Lots of Trees; Doesn't feel like a parking lot with rows & rows of RV's. * Private Beach - very walkable short distance with a nice overlooking deck* A-MAZ-ING sunsets; the sunrises are incredible too if you go around the corner to the left on the Beach* New laundry machines ($2.25 a load); Can you quarters or an app where you get a $5 credit. * Non-uniform RV sites and some tent sites; Gravel* Jeanie the owner takes a lot of pride in her campground and decorates shabby chic. Friendly staff. * Tom Thumb is directly across from the campground and carries diesel. * Navarre Beach is about 10 minutes by the car and is another beautiful place to experience & see the sunsets. * We are avid cyclists and we figured out a route from the campground to Navarre Beach (7.5 miles - going through the neighborhoods behind Tom Thumb) and then from the Navarre Beach (turning right) to the Gulf Islands National Seashore (7 miles of pure beauty). We were able to get 40+ miles in and we could have gone further if we were up to it. Cons:* Highway noise (we are right next to HWY 98)* Close to a major Air Force base and there are nighly bullet/bombing sounds at night along with AC130's Gunship. For many, this is the sound of freedom. For others, it could be a problem if one has PTSD. At one time, the noise was so loud we thought someone was actually knocking on our door. We used our HEPA on the highest setting to generate as much white noise as possible. This helped with reducing highway noise primarily. * Charged a Credit Card Fee on top of monthly rate + $150 electric deposit We stayed from Nov. 10 - Dec. 10, 2020. We also paid the water premium rate to be close to the water as possible.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ancsi
    Fantastic!

    Reviewed 1/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 33

    We enjoyed our stay in this cute little campground. Staff was friendly. Our dog especially enjoyed the private beach where he could enjoy being without leash. We will be back!

  • Area Guides Avatar Kim
    No privacy; beautiful view

    Reviewed 17/10/2020

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    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 15 & 39

    We came in a day early and stayed in site 39, which is not an ocean front view, however less than 3 minute walk. Site 15 was right in front of pier and breath- taking view. Ladies restrooms were newly remodeled and very clean. Cute little place in the middle for campfire and family games. Pier was only partially functional, however cou...moreWe came in a day early and stayed in site 39, which is not an ocean front view, however less than 3 minute walk. Site 15 was right in front of pier and breath- taking view. Ladies restrooms were newly remodeled and very clean. Cute little place in the middle for campfire and family games. Pier was only partially functional, however could get right down to beach. Hurricane Sally took all piers out in Navarre. Bear walked through our campground 1st morning, not bothering a sole.

  • Area Guides Avatar Isu006
    Overly Priced Parking Lot

    Reviewed 16/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 1

    So I came in first thing on a Friday morning with my runaway camper. The campground staff I worked with both over the phone and checked me was super friendly and nice. She told me I had a good spot right next to the bath house. That I did, right next to the bath house that appears to have a water leak under the building and right next ...moreSo I came in first thing on a Friday morning with my runaway camper. The campground staff I worked with both over the phone and checked me was super friendly and nice. She told me I had a good spot right next to the bath house. That I did, right next to the bath house that appears to have a water leak under the building and right next to a security light. The spot i was give did not resemble even remotely a camping spot but rather fresh white rock with one power stand that was to prove power to the other 6 plus “sites” along that line of gravel. She even referred to where was as over flow guest parking and my reserved site was marked by orange cones. The staff person I could back in the trailer and park along side of camper and she even left 2 cones to block it so no one else would park there.Later that night after seeing them pack more campers in, I finally crawled into the nice cool camper and then the power goes. I got outside and I see 3 other campsites all with flashlights trying to figure out what happened. Come to find out the last big RV they shoved in there also jumped on the same 15amp breaker. So we had to figure out their pole situation since 6+ sites were all hooked..Day #2 come back from long day of beach and new campers in and nearly parked into my site. So i pulled my truck up side ways just like many other sites were doing to even get their tow vehicles parked. The owner was backing another trailer in and told me I need to move my truck into the tight space.. hot and tired from the day I wiggled it into the spot she asked. Took a nap came back out and owner comes back up and tells me now she wants me to move my truck back the way I had it because they cant park all their vehicles... so now a bit frustrated I take off for some food. I come back 20 or so mins later, its now after hours and I find a red ford truck backed up to my camper as if they were going to hitch up and go. No one to be found around. Noooo other parking spaces so I drive around. I run by the office in which 2 emergency numbers are posted. Neither scott of the other lady ever answer their phones. Left a vm @ main office which was never returned. Finally i sit in the main road and lady comes walking up to grab cell phone chargers out of the truck and starts to walk away. I yell at her and told her this was my site and I need to park here. Her reply was “ well they told me to park here this was overflow parking”???Day#3 i make reservations at a hotel at Ft Walton and stop in office. Showed them them the pics and told them the story. They were sympathetic and said they would talk to the owner. That was Sunday morning, today is Weds and no response. I had booked through Thursday. Left a voicemail again today and no response. Not even an attempt at an apology... This is piss poorly run and they are more worrier about making money by stacking as many rvs in as they can then making a good experience

  • Area Guides Avatar Tidwellchris
    Quite and relaxing

    Reviewed 8/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $79

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 34

    Very nice camp ground. If you have a larger rig it is a very tight to maneuver and if you are not watching closely you will miss your turn into the camp ground. (We have a 41 foot 5th wheel) This is a great camp ground with a private beach. Views are great from our site. Office personnel were very nice and friendly. They really care f...moreVery nice camp ground. If you have a larger rig it is a very tight to maneuver and if you are not watching closely you will miss your turn into the camp ground. (We have a 41 foot 5th wheel) This is a great camp ground with a private beach. Views are great from our site. Office personnel were very nice and friendly. They really care for the camp ground.

  • Area Guides Avatar BigsGirls
    PHENOMENAL

    Reviewed 2/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $87

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 26

    We had the best time! Jeanie, the owner, is super helpful and accommodating. The booking/map process can be tricky. I recommend you call and get their help securing the best spot available. The private beach is incredible. We can’t wait to go back!

  • Area Guides Avatar Carlota
    Charming, unique and cozy

    Reviewed 10/3/2020

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    Nightly rate: $78

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 21

    The new owner is transforming this small paradise in a very special and unique place. A truly ”boutique” campground! I’m already planning to come back soon.

  • Area Guides Avatar RV Bob
    For the price we paid I’d expect better

    Reviewed 21/2/2020

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    Nightly rate: $109

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 37

    Great view and the lady in the office was nice but the electricity was intermittent, the park is very poorly lighted - no light on the sign at the street so good luck coming in after dark - the dock/wharf has fallen apart. It appears that a new owner is trying to renovate but it’s not there yet.

  • Area Guides Avatar NamasteontheRoad
    Ahhh Waterfront!

    Reviewed 8/2/2020

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 47

    This place is adorable! Smaller size RV park with waterfront sites and sweet common spaces and renovated/shabby chic baths and laundry space. We loved our stay there and think we were in the best site in the park. 47. 37, 45, 46 and 47 are all on the waterfront. 47 is nicest because one side has no neighbors, you have a large side ya...moreThis place is adorable! Smaller size RV park with waterfront sites and sweet common spaces and renovated/shabby chic baths and laundry space. We loved our stay there and think we were in the best site in the park. 47. 37, 45, 46 and 47 are all on the waterfront. 47 is nicest because one side has no neighbors, you have a large side yard and direct path to the beach.Most mornings -we were here in February- the dogs and I had the beach to ourselves. And you can listen to the waves from your RV.The staff are also super friendly.Good cell service and after some repositioning we were able to get satellite tv thru the trees. It’s winter in FL so the rates we paid definitely reflected that. It’s very pricey. A monthly rate might be the way to go if you can stay that long. Have fun!

  • Area Guides Avatar Cathy
    Relaxing...hideaway says it all

    Reviewed 19/12/2019

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    Nightly rate: $85

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 47

    We stayed here in our first airstream trip...everyone was super helpful. We were tucked away in the corner so it was very private. We set up our chairs and enjoyed the water. The beach on the sound is very shallow and no waves so it would be great for little kids or to get into a kayak. We were hoping to bike around but the road thro...moreWe stayed here in our first airstream trip...everyone was super helpful. We were tucked away in the corner so it was very private. We set up our chairs and enjoyed the water. The beach on the sound is very shallow and no waves so it would be great for little kids or to get into a kayak. We were hoping to bike around but the road through town just seemed too dangerous. Unfortunately no campfires are allowed but they do have a community fire pit. We enjoyed ourselves very much...it’s a beautiful little spot. Great laundry and bath house...everything is super cute!

  • Area Guides Avatar simplydi
    Relaxing, floating, dog loving

    Reviewed 26/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 43

    I had a great 30-day stay here with a water View. It is very quiet. The beach is a 2-minute walk. And since it's a private beach your dog can be off leash on the beach. Full hookups. And a bath house, laundry and beautiful trees. There's also great shopping nearby. It has many pull through sites for longer rigs. The trees offer lovely ...moreI had a great 30-day stay here with a water View. It is very quiet. The beach is a 2-minute walk. And since it's a private beach your dog can be off leash on the beach. Full hookups. And a bath house, laundry and beautiful trees. There's also great shopping nearby. It has many pull through sites for longer rigs. The trees offer lovely shade but does not obstruct the Waterview. The water is clear and lovely and warm perfect for floating on all day

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