Alafia had lots of things to do. Hike, Bike, horse trails, playground, fish and killer mosquitoes! That was the only thing bad about this place really. Because it is a state park, they are not allowed to spray for bugs. Staff was very friendly. We enjoyed the two weeks we stayed there. (Reduced rate due to military disability). There was an issue with the taste of water. It would either taste like sulfur or chlorine depending on which site you were at. The camp host said it was due to the lack of people using the water and not mixing properly. It killed our filter. We moved around to most sites. 27 was the best back-in. HUGE lot behind.
We stayed for a few days and they were really nice. The pull-throughs were taken so we had to detach our towed truck. No restrooms, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, playgrounds, fire pits, or picnic tables. We were not in a shaded spot, it is mostly wide open but there are some big trees sporadically around.
We stayed here for a month it was 300 for 30 amp, there is propane for sale and if you need any mail you can use their address. If you have kids, it is nice to park in the front spot so you have a fire pit right there and you can send the kids to play and keep an eye on them. There is a dumpster close by if you are a freak about taking the trash out regularly. You can come in at night and pay in the morning if you happen to be really late, the guy running it is really nice. The sites are a bunch of posts in a wide open field, only a few fire pits and one picnic table. Yes, there is a prison visible from the park, found out when we heard yelling over a loudspeaker. It wasn't a big deal though. It does get swampy during rains. There is coin laundry, the pool was closed, and no restrooms. The other tenants seem to be long term. We only saw one person come and go the whole month we were there, the others were nice, although might talk your ear off if you stay around for a while.
Overall a pretty good campground. Very scenic. Fewer mosquitoes than Alafia. Very shaded and secluded. Very bright lights on the hookup panel. You are able to turn them off, but neighbors might not. After hours lock is literally a lock and chain on the fence. Very primitive security. Someone may not secure it properly.