Great place to visit and tour the emerald coast. First, the directions and gps coordinates are spot on. Follow them. Second, do not come in the main gate unless you have to, there are checkpoints that will be tough to navigate with your rig. The park it self is dated, but maintained, as most military parks seem to be. Cement pad for the rig, gravel roads. Sand, pine and some grass. Roads were easy to navigate. Each site had a picnic table. Most spots had plenty of room, though you can be close to your neighbors. It is very site specific. Good utilities. We had weak but usable Verizon coverage. The WiFi was good and strong, with enough band width to stream if it is a rainy day. Not all sites have an open view for satellite so be sure and ask when you reserve. Wayne, the campground host was very nice, friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were clean. Nice laundry with 6 washers and 4 big dryers. There is a community building with a bring your own happy hour. The winter snow birds and staff put on some potluck events if you are looking to socialize. There are trails to the beach, which is private, quiet an nice. Wonderful sunsets. Be sure and visit the lighthouse and aviation museum. The NEX and commisary are off base, Wayne gave us a map and directions, good place to stay.
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