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The mosquitos were TORTURE! We had to make mad dashes from the truck to inside the camper, unable to enjoy any outdoor time at the camper. Someone said they spray for them but it was horrible. This park will only be a last resort place...More
Camped in a travel trailer during first wk of April 2018, site 59. Clean and large site. Midway regarding privacy - the sites are not open to each other, but do not have vegetation blocking 100% view of neighbors either. We could see neighbors but...More
Yet another incredibly beautiful Florida State Park, not to be missed! We enjoyed a lovely long walk on the white sandy beach. We ventured onto the Nature trail as well, but frankly, wish we'd just stayed on the beach, as it was quiet, with few...More
First -- this isn't a touristy beachy area with Tiki bars and evening disco. In fact, during a large chuck of the year you can't have light on the beach at night. (Disturbs the sea turtles). Second -- if you like beautiful beach and miles...More
If you are looking for the best campground sitting next to the beach, you got it for sure ! Miles of beaches at a footstep (less than 1/4 mile from campground). The campground by itself is little and somekind of "low-privacy" setting since they are...More
In my experience with Florida state parks, they have all had posted signs that pets were prohibited from the beaches. On St George's SP beach, this was the case as the signs were at the head of the beach access walks.