As members of Thousand Trails/Outdoor World, we are not charged a nightly rate. This campground is very nice. All sites are back-in, and most have more than enough room for a big rig. Some sites are easier to get into than others. Watch out for trees and tree stumps. My wife loves the heated pool. There are many activities, and Wachula is a nice little town with some good restaurants. We always make it a point to stop here when visiting Florida.
While the sites can handle big rigs, the roads can't. Roads are one lane with sharp turns. We stayed in the front section (Site #2) and were able to get satellite. Our Verizon Air Card worked fine. The campground is quiet at night. I would stay here again as an overnight stop.
Very nice campground with pull-in sites overlooking a bayou. I could sit and watch the Pelicans dive for fish all day. The park is quiet, even being only a mile from the I-10 exit. Almost equal distance between Pensacola NAS and Eglin AFB. I would most certainly stay here again. Very nice.
Our stay here was wonderful. The park is very clean and has a friendly, helpful staff. There are few trees so satellite service is no problem. While the pool was not open, it was crystal clear. Very big rig friendly. The lake is full of fish. Would recommend this park for either short or long term stays.
Sites are large and wide open. Staff was very friendly. Grounds are well maintained. No problem getting satellite anywhere in the park. The only complaint is the loud music from the truck stop across the street. Would highly recommend this park.
The country road leading to the campground is a very rough. After checking in, you are escorted to your site. If using one of the pull-thru sites, you have to circumvent the lake on a very narrow dirt road with some pot holes. The site was wide, long, & level and had no obstruction to satellite reception. The lake is encircled by seasonal trailers, some of which have seen better days. The owners are very friendly. Weekly rate was $180 plus electricity. Nice campground for viewing the Fall foliage as they stay open late into the season. We would stay here again.
This is one of the nicest public campgrounds on the east coast. The sites are level. There are plenty of pull-troughs for big rigs, and there is no problem getting satellite reception, especially if you let them know in advance that you have that requirement. We use a Verizon air card for Internet and got a strong signal. We stayed in the park over Christmas and it was fairly empty. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We didn’t care much for the speed bumps. This campground is close to anything you may want to do while in Charleston. Restaurants, shopping, and the tourist sites are all within easy driving distance. Diesel is available right next door at the Hess station with easy access. We will stay at this campground anytime we are in Charleston.
We stayed here for four days while transiting to South Carolina. The campground was well maintained. We arrived on Sunday when the office was closed. A call to the campground number brought help very quickly. Not only did they check me in, they opened the propane area so I could get my tank filled. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Short stays were parked in an area with many trees. All of the pull-through sites are 30amp service. 50amp service sites are all back-in. We had a 50amp site. While this site may have been wonderful for a 5th wheel, we had a horrible time getting our coach level. Our front wheels were off the ground. We also had a hard time positioning just right to get satellite because of the trees. The campground is convenient to US 58. We would stay here again.