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9 RV Parks near Eastpoint, Florida
May 2019 - $70.00
A very nice place convenient to the beach and some excellent restaurants. Fathoms and Fisherman's wife. But, no ADA compliant toilets. - Geodoc
Mar 2019 - $50.00
Very well maintained RV park. All paved and concrete sites with grills and picnic tables. Park amenities were super nice. Site amenities were well maintained. Very quiet at night despite hearing dogs during the day. Daily trash pickup. Office employees were professional and very polite. We stayed one night and camped In a 33' motorhome. - KimEdmond
Mar 2019 - $46.00
We love this campground! The concrete pads are nice and big (bigger on the east side of the office) but keep in mind you do need to bring a step if you pick one of the east side sites. They lean down towards the beach and once you prop your RV up to level it, you are left with quite a gap between the ground and your first step. Many RVs here must be seasonal regulars and they have custom steps for this purpose. Just across the road is the public beach and it is so pretty. We love walking down to the point (about a 15-20 minute walk) with our dog. The Wifi is very slow and sometimes just doesn't work at all. This is the only downside - if they could fix the Wifi, we would stay for a month next time! But since we work from the road, we had to use our ATT and Verizon for internet. I did have a Tmobile card and it worked but if you head over to the other side of Carrabelle Tmobile turns to no service. The office staff is so nice. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with palm trees and flowering bushes. The bathroom is very clean. There is a community room where the ladies meet up to sew quilts and they have parties from time to time, too. - OurBigAdventure
Mar 2019 - $56.00
The views looking across the Gulf from this park are gorgeous. Our site, one of the "premium" sites, in the front of the park offered a gorgeous view but in no way felt "premium". It was an end site (#10) and normally these are better sites - one for which we don't normally mind paying a bit more. Not in this case. The paver patio was very pretty, (no grass though - all other sites have grass) but was a semi-circle and all traffic kicked up dust onto our patio as they squeezed around the narrow roadway. I booked WAY ahead of time and they booked us and our 43 foot 5th wheel into this site. We barely fit. We squeezed our truck on the patio but the maintenance man came by and told us we could not park on the pavers. Nice guy - of course, just following rules. He later came back and told us that they said we could park there after all. We went ahead and moved, however, to extra parking about 50 or so yards away. There would have been no way larger rigs would have been able to maneuver around the corner with our truck there. Nice pool, clubhouse and workout room. But if you are over 35 feet or want grass, say NO to site #10! And they require full payment upfront. - jjones5996
Feb 2019 - $47.00
We stayed for a month 2/18 and for 1 night 2/19. Love this campground but wish it was warmer in February (60s). A monthly stay in the seasonal section of the campground is very reasonable and includes WiFi and cable. The campground side of the resort is a more natural setting under pines which is where we spent 2/18. They have added cottages in the last year and are working on a pool for the campground side. Laundry and showers are very clean and staff are wonderful! The campground is rebuilding the Pesky Pelican restaurant on-site which used to be in downtown Eastpoint until the 10/18 hurricane. St George Island is a 10 min drive. There you will find beautiful beaches, Weber’s Donuts, and a variety of restaurants. There is an IGA in nearby Apalachicola and a Walmart about 50 min away in Crawfordville. Come well stocked to avoid paying higher local prices. The campground is building a Pesky Pelican restaurant on-site which used to be downtown until the 10/18 hurricane. You can’t go wrong with this campground! - Shoebox
Feb 2019 - $65.00
This is an immaculate RV park, with concrete pads at every site, and paver patios next to them. We had a pull through and plenty of room. The bathrooms and showers were the nicest I have experienced in any campground - plenty of water, plenty of heat, luxurious space, nice soft music playing. There is a pool, but we did not use it as the temperature felt a bit cool to us while we were there. The staff is very friendly and helpful. It is right on Highway 98 and you can't walk across to the beach as there is no access due to the hurricane damage. There is a lot of road work going on but hopefully within a few months, that will be completed. It is noisy with the highway right there - that is the only negative. - Cape Cod kayaker
Apr 2019 - $24.00
This is one of our favorite parks even though the first night we were there we had a thunderstorm and were under a tornado watch. The park has one road into it that goes by 9 miles of undeveloped beaches & dunes. The hurricane last fall wiped out some of the dunes so now you see the ocean as you drive down to the campground. The Gulf of Mexico is on the south side and the Apalachicola Bay on the north. This is a very popular snowbird destination and the third week in March, it is popular for spring break. There are 1662 acres here on this barrier island that is just stunning. White sand beaches, sandy coves, salt marshes, shady pines and oak forest. It is great for swimming, fishing, boating, biking, birding, nature trails and hiking. The west part of the island there are restaurants, houses, bike trails, visitor center, lighthouse and the museum. Driving down 98 to get to the island some of the roads and many homes are still being repaired from the damage done during the fall hurricane. The park opened up again in March. If you want to be on a beach all by yourself this is the place to be. - gsnakehill
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Beautiful campsites and yes I forgot pictures. The sites are large and equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, and two 4x4 posts with hooks to attach your clothes line. We were on the south part of loops and we definitely had a breeze in the evening about 5:00pm. The breeze was so welcoming. There was a snake in road and holes In sand so beware. In my opinion, the walk to beach requires a bike or car. Stayed 2 nights for R&R from road trip. - Jennifer-Alex
Feb 2018 - $33.00
This is a gem of a park. It is so far out on a peninsula that it has applied to be designated a "dark sky" site. On a clear night, you can see the milky way! A ranger came by one night, with advance notice, and set up a telescope so we could watch a "blue moon" rise. He stayed to point out constellations to anyone who was interested enough to stay and listen. - NC Gypsy
Feb 2017 - $40.00
We stayed the month of February. Very nice park. Maybe 27 sites. Lovely main road made of brick pavers. $80 Palm trees and sea oates. All sites are gravel and very spacious. A few sites owned by individuals are concrete. Grounds are clean and well maintained along with pools, cook shack, observation tower and dock. Jimmy will greet you, direct you to your site and help anyway he can. Good grassy area for dogs. Cable, good wifi. No laundry facility on site. Very quiet. Would stay here again if in area. - jackiej
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Stopped here because they are in the Passport America system. I was told they have a minimum two day stay rule. This was in the middle of the week The book says unlimited stays. From what we could see from the entrance it appeared to be all permanents. Not somewhere we wanted to stay for 2 days. Certainly not anywhere near what the web site shows. Beware the road in, its a rig shaker. We moved on. - Libby
Mar 2016 - $3.00
Nice place if you are passing through.
One lovely pool but there is another pool that is partially drained and full of gross, stagnant water. For some reason, only part of the dock is finished. Pretty dangerous and definitely an eyesore.
Restrooms are small, dark and dirty. Shower is open to entire restroom an water goes everywhere. Very difficult to shower without everything getting wet, unless you stack your items on the closed toilet lid. Yuck.
Nice campers, but unfortunately the camp host couple was far from friendly. Despite allowing their dog off leash, the female host screamed at us for allowing our dog to play fetch. Screamed. Very unprofessional. Their dog also charged ours while off leash, without so much as an apology from them.
Paved road and fairly level sites. - KaMp5
Apr 2019 - $45.00
We got a Gulf-view drive-in site at this old favorite, named for the expression, "Ho Hum, another day in paradise." Any damage from 2018 Hurricane Michael has been repaired and the long pier for fishing and lounging was in fine condition. - Mtmoi
Apr 2019 - $38.00
The camp host who checked me in was awesome but whomever is supposed to be cleaning the men's room needs to learn how to clean the shower curtains they were both very moldy and dirty very unacceptable, the gentleman host that was riding a golf around was not friendly at all very in need of some supervision and training on how to interact with paying customers overall though the camp was nice and the price was right Overall a great place to camp if you can get close to the water and not stuck in the middle of a gravel lot! - Darrell Morrow
Apr 2019 - $44.00
Great place on the water (Tier A) in a very remote area with very little congestion. There is an IGA grocery in Carrabelle and great seafood everywhere. Lots of nature areas, lighthouses and state parks nearby. Highly recommended. - J Clark
Mar 2018 - $68.00
Campground is dated, no clear delineation between sites. Sights are not well kept up. Example: Cable TV had been "updated" with new wiring and connections, but old wiring and boxes were still present, in various states of disrepair. No sewer. Site had numerous small items of trash, bottle caps, paper, etc present. We called and told them that we would be a little early, they said, fine, the site is open. Then were told when we arrive that there was an "early check in fee" of $10.00. They didn't even pick up the trash in the site. - One the Rhode
Mar 2018 - $42.00
We love this place! So what is Indianpass Campground? Well let's talk about what it is not. If your looking for a open parking lot style RV Park with full hook ups, high speed Wi-Fi, that will fit a 50' Motorhime, then this place is not for you. What is Indianpass Campground? It's a old School Fl. Camp ground, or like I call a fishing camp. It's laid back and cozy, friendly staff, and well kept. Though this camp has been here at least 50+ years. They have waterfront sites, but all of the sites are a quick walk to the beach. Almost all of the sites have some kind of tree cover. The sites have power, water, and most have cable TV. The bathrooms have recently been updated, and are clean and well kept. The grounds are well kept and tree debris is kept cleaned up. Tank pump out service is provided at $15 per pump out. Sure beats dragging a blue boy around. The campground is across from St. Vincent National Island. It's a quick kayak trip across the channel to a little seen Gem of the Fl Coast. There is a ferry service that can also provide access to the island. The Camp is kid and dog friendly, and you can have dogs in the Cabins. Overall? We love this laid back Old Florida style Campground. - Silverflames
Mar 2018 - $42.00
This is a CG at the end of the road with a boat launch. Therefore it's quiet, pretty dark, right on the Gulf, and has some ok beaches. CG Basics: roads gravel and a bit tight to get around on if you go down the wrong ones. Sites gravel and depending on where you are pretty roomy and mostly level. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. Shower had good pressure and plenty of hot water. They are wired for cable but it doesn't work. They have no wifi but Verizon and Mifi work well unless a tower goes down, happened when we were there probably due to a prescribed burn on the mainland service was out in the whole area. It was back up the next morning. OTA tv gets 6 channels. All the sites have power and water but not all the sites have 50 amp. Our site had 50,30,20 amp with water. The water doesn't taste that great so you might want to come with full fresh water. No sewer hook up but the have a dump station and pump out service available. W/D are also on site. This was our second time here and we will come back if we're in the area again. - pumper9x9