We stayed here while attending an alumni weekend. The park met the needs of a place to,stay but it isn't anything special. Pads are all gravel and pullthroughs are tight turns to exit . Accepts Passport America for two nights only.
We stayed here for the 4th of July week. The park is 90% long term lots and was built when a 20 footer was considered huge. The good news was that we got right next to the water. The bad news is that we were so close to our neighbors that we couldn't extend our awning more than half way. Other reviews are dead on about the views from the dock and access to the water but I would prefer a tad more space. Didn't honor Good Sam or AAA.
This park is the preferred stopover on our trips to the Keys from ATL because it is very clean with newer clubhouse, pool, and other amenities. We were here in the summer but can't wait to come back when it gets cooler to sit by the humongous fire pit. Sites are roomy with trellises that offer a semi-private feel. Dog run is huge. When booking, make sure you ask for the rate of the time of your stay, not the time of your booking. We booked in Jan for a summer trip and got charged the higher winter rate.
We went to this campground to set up a base for fly fishing the Soque. The camp site is no frills, relatively clean. Many sites are permanent/ long term. Only place with a bar for miles around, though.