We did a little exploring today on the way back home from taking my Mother back to Tampa.
We stopped at Keaton Beach, on the Florida Gulf Coast and found a pretty nice little campground.
We went to the Old Pavilion Rv Park and found it to be a pretty nice campground, with waterfront sites. They are not spacious and you would really get to know your neighbor, but for a few days, it would be a nice place to stay. Of course there were other sites that weren’t on the water, but in my opinion, if you couldn’t be on the water….why bother.
The sites have water, electric and sewer. I didn’t see any bath house, so if you don’t like to shower in your rv, this isn’t the place for you.
Some waterfront sites.
There is a community deck behind one rv site. It would be a great place to have happy hour and watch the sun set!
Like I said, there are oyster beds and no white sand. This is the beach. Not a great swimming beach, but kayaking would be nice. The lady in the office said they catch a lot of fish right off the beach.
Right down the street there is a nice city park and beach. They have a real nice fishing pier and a deep water channel.
This campground is on the Gulf Coast of Florida on the “Forgotten Coast”. It’s about 20 miles west of Highway 19 and west of Perry Florida.
We may go back and stay a few days in a week or so. The summer rates are $35 a night. It’s a little pricey, but for a few days on the water, it would be worth it.