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13 - 15 Feb 21
You have to want to go here because it's at least 30 minutes "off the beaten path" (Interstate 10) for those maybe just passing through. Not really that close to Pensacola NAS either. Still, we understand why people do the max time at this park. Our site was in "Battleship Row" which isn't a row at all but the section with full hookups; the other area with electric water area was dark and run down looking. In fact, all of Blue Angel Rec Area really seems past it's prime [or was it just the time of year or COVID]? Lots of deferred maintenance. For example, no indication that mini golf was closed but it was covered in old leaves and sticks. They let you pick your site from what's available (smile) but unknown to us, the nice site we picked had power issues. Someone had backed into the power pedestal and didn't report it. So after getting well set up and in the middle of cooking dinner, off went the power. Camp host could not resolve so we had to put the slides in and move to a different site. If we ever pass through again, I'd try NAS proper.