Overview

Location
Address: 2817 Indian Pass Road, Port St Joe, Florida 32456
GPS: 29.683441, -85.223165
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Local Directions: Located between Apalachicola and Port St. Joe, one hour’s drive east from Panama City and a two hour drive east from Destin and the trendy beaches of South Walton (Grayton Beach, Seaside, Watercolor and Rosemary Beach).

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-850-227-7203
Website: http://www.indianpasscamp.com
Email: walkersean@hotmail.com

Open
All year

  Sites
34 RV Sites, 7 Tent Sites, 34 Full Hookup, 28 30 Amps, 6 50 Amps, 3 Pull Thru, 34 Extended Stay

Rates
Daily Rates: $25.00 - $42.00
Payment Methods: MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, WiFi

Recreation
Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking, Swimming, Swimming Pool

Policies
All Ages, Pets Welcome

Restrictions
Max RV Length 45 ft
 
Description
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Sites
Total Sites34
RV Sites34
   
Tent Sites7
Max RV Length45 ft
   
  
  
Full Hookup (34)
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Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
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Recreation
  Hours Description Fees
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Canoeing  
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Reviews
Average Rating
4 star rating
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4 star rating
Great campground for nature lovers
LewisEdge
Gold
April 14, 2017
Whether you’ll fall in love with this campground or not will depend upon what you expect from your camping experience. It is pet-friendly, allowing dogs to walk on the beach, has just 34 primitive campsites with water, cable TV and electric hook-ups, some rental cabins and reasonable rates, but doesn’t have a swimming pool, tennis court, shuffle board, miniature golf, decent Wi-Fi, nearby shopping or entertainment venues.

If you want to use your RV’s satellite receiver, the trees shading most of the campsites will probably block your signal but the campground’s included cable TV surprised us with hundreds of high-definition digital channels. We had a steady three-bar Verizon 4G cellphone signal. There are a couple of dump stations on the site and an extra-cost honey wagon service to empty RV waste tanks, but no sewer connections. Most of the electric hook-ups are just 30 amps.

Occupying the end of a peninsula called Indian Pass, what this campground DOES offer are spacious campsites with picnic tables that are either right next to the sea and the uncrowded beautiful white sandy beach or just a stone’s throw away. Most campsites have breathtaking views of the water. Saint Vincent Island national wildlife refuge is just a short boat ride. A public boat ramp and wet slips are conveniently available. Bring what you need before you arrive because the on-site store offers only a few snacks, sodas and books/DVDs to lend.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
 
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