Carrabelle Beach, an RVC Outdoor Destination
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Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Carrabelle Rv Resort
The park is really clean and right across from the beach. The only down side is its a little tight trying to get into some of the sites. Depending on the site they give you we were in 54 which is a head in site for MH only there might be someone directly in front of you. The laundry and clubhouse were clean and reasonable to do laundry.
White sand and cool breezes
A very nice, comfortable campground. Large sites covered in gravel and hard-packed sand with bushes separating many sites. Utility posts are well positioned and different voltages are clearly labeled. Verizon cell coverage was 2-3 bars and over the air TV received 7 stations some days and 15 on others (??). Easy walk to a beautiful beach. There are also some long trails that are well maintained. If you have a pet you are out of luck taking it to the beach as Floridas forbids pets on beaches...most other states don't adhere to this policy and there don't seem to be problems.
Since you're a long ways from stores, they do have ice and firewood at the campground. Camp hosts keep the campground attractive.
Shower needs a curtain to keep the water off your clothes. Also they need better cleaning as my shower had lots of hair in the drain...ugh!
Bring your bug repellent as the chiggers were out. When the mosquitos come out it could be brutal.
Nice lots. Well maintained Very short walking distance to beautiful clean beach. Would definitely recommend.
Don't get sucked in!
Don't get sucked into their lingo about the park being full and you can stay in their "new" extension area. First, we were lied to as to the proximity of the public beach. We were told it was a mere 100 yards away. It was more like 500 yards. There was no view of ocean, unless you want to look at a couple private homes and a run down shed. Sites are nice from the perspective that it's new concrete, however, we were placed on the roadside and it was noisy because Hwy 98 is a main road. This is definitely an overflow area. There is a slew hole in the center of the extension area which I am sure will produce it's share of bugs in the warmer weather. When we stayed, there was no cable and another camper said they were there two weeks with promises of it being installed. He finally called the cable company himself and they were going to his site to hook up. Again, he indicated he was lied to about the circumstances surrounding the cable not being available. The wifi was supposed to work, however, stopped after our first day. We suspect it was because there were too many people on the wifi as the extension area filled up on the weekend. There are 3 channels available on regular tv and weather was cold and rainy, so we were greatly bored when not sightseeing. Plus, we needed the wifi for personal business. When we asked about when wifi would be fixed, they indicated we could call and talk to service person! Seriously?!!! Further, the office personnel basically didn't believe us that it wasn't working because campers three slots away from us indicated they had it. I have a background in computer technology and I assured her that it was not working. They came and reset the router on a telephone pole in the extension area and I was told that's all they could do. I was made to feel like I shouldn't be asking for it to be working and how dare I bother them. Needless to say, we left the next day, although planned to stay for more than a week. Three days was more than enough! It was Carrabelle Hell! Btw, the pool is not heated and laundry is 500 yards away. Plan to take your vehicle. We certainly were fed a line of bull when we reserved this campground. There is no excuse for lying and I feel they are trying to prove to their management company that the extension is a profitable venture. While there, we observed numerous sites that remained empty, yet over nighters were stuck in the extension. We found that to be curious. Do yourself a favor and find an alternate campground. There are many others in the area.
Amazing RV resort. Very clean. All sites have cement pads. Landscaping between sites. Beach is across the street/easy access. Would definitely consider coming back and definitely recommend it.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. It is in a great location. Would recommend to friends and family
You can see the Gulf
Very neat, tidy RV park. It is just across Hwy 98 from the beach and the Gulf. As I write this review, I can see the water out my door. Not much shade; the trees are palm trees and you know how much shade they provide. Sites are pretty level; we had to use a lifter under the front right tire. Nice pool, and it is open at this time of the rear; not always true along this coast. Bathrooms and showers are bright and clean and nice.
Friendly people at the front desk. Gives a 10% Good Sam discount. About 1.5 miles west of Carrabelle.