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St. Andrews State Park

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St. Andrews
St. Andrews
St. Andrews

St. Andrews State Park, Florida

St. Andrews State Park has all the “S”s covered: it’s the perfect place to swim, snorkel, scuba, shell, sunbathe, and scout for good fishing spots. Okay, that last one is a bit of a stretch, but you Read more...
St. Andrews State Park has all the “S”s covered: it’s the perfect place to swim, snorkel, scuba, shell, sunbathe, and scout for good fishing spots. Okay, that last one is a bit of a stretch, but you get what we’re trying to say—bring a towel and plenty of sunscreen, cause you’re going to be at St. Andrews for a while. Although, for the ultimate beach adventure, you might want to hop on a concessioner-led boat to nearby Shell Island, a barrier island whose surrounding shallow emerald waters are perfect for swimming. The Shell Island boats only run in the spring and summer, but no worries if you can’t catch one—St. Andrews has one and a half miles of sugar white beach of its own. If you came to the park but don’t want to engage in the seemingly endless water activities, first of all, what’s wrong with you? The sparkling blue-green water looks soo inviting. Second of all, you’re in luck—there’s plenty else to do here on drier land. Don a bike helmet and leisurely pedal the day away on the park’s paved roads. Or explore one of the park’s two hiking trails; the Heron Pond trail winds through a pine flatwood forest, while the Gator Lake trail takes you past a lake that you probably shouldn’t go swimming in. Who knows? With all this activity under the hot Florida sun, you might find yourself dying for a dip in the ocean after all. Go for it!
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Lagoon Campground

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Right off of Grand Lagoon you’ll find Lagoon Campground, whose campsites come equipped with water and...
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Wildcat Creek Educational Ctr
Lauren: Such a great experience here at Wildcat Creek! Arrive with a warm welcome from Bill and all the other ...
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Mitch: Primitive camping on Otter Creek. Enjoy the soft sounds of Otter Creek running by. . . Except for the...
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Heiko: I have 5 acre hill property with around 150 fig trees. There is enough places for 1001)0
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Roxanne: There's a great place for grub near Grayton called Red Bar. It will NOT disappoint (bring cash tho')
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Wayne: Farm camp sites with shade trees and beautiful views. Hurricane Irma evacuees welcome.
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Elizabeth: Come stay at our homestead in your own cozy and well appointed trailer which has full kitchen, shower,...
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Christy: I stayed at Henderson Campground for one night late-May and the beach didn't feel overcrowded yet it w...
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Abrye: Pros: Having easy access to power, clean toilets & HOT showers. Cons: They pack you in to the camping ...
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Lauren: You'll probably want to start a goat farm of your own, or just take a couple of the baby goats. Well d...
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Jo: Very relaxed atmosphere. Really enjoyed playing with the goats
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Matthew: We have 5 acres that are densely wooded/underbrush. I have an old camper and a tiny house on the...
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Lee: RV hook up with lake view within a mile of public boat ramp, picnic area & public fishing doc.
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The 35 campsites here all have water and electric; most of the sites also have sewer hookups for RVs...
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Moondance RV Lot on Cape San Blas!
Lou: Park your motorhome or camper on our peaceful, shady quarter-acre lot on a quiet street just a short...
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Jasmine: No dogs in these Cabins....nada (Boo)
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Dawn: Long walk to beach, but have trams available. Beautiful campground.
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Ryan: This is not really a campground. It is more like a grassy field in front of a house on a hill - in the...
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