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We camped here for 8 days. The location was great, we could walk to the beach and pier. It was also close to the ball park and Walmart! There are two polls with some sunshade available as well as a devise to get handicapped persons...More
Just want to say on our trip to Panama City Beach we found that we preferred the campground. We stayed one night in a motel (pricey yet dirty). Luckily I decided to pack camping supplies. We found the campground and for $25 per night it...More
When I made my reservation, I requested 2 side-by-side spots that were large enough for tents. We have another family that we camp with and wanted to be beside one another. I looked at the map and told them that anywhere would be fine except...More
We loved our stay during spring break minus the cold weather & tenting! From the moment we pulled in we felt great about this place. We were a day early but found us a spot on high ground as it was raining cats & dogs....More
For $22 with tax in the primitive tent sites in October. Can't beat that when you have a 5 minute walk to the beach thru a back trail that used to be drivable but no longer is. No entrance fee for the beach as it...More
I have stayed many times at Raccoon River and I can tell you that its a easy walk to the beach. just go towards the pool in the back of the campground and there is a road that runs to the back of the property then you just... More
I have stayed many times at Raccoon River and I can tell you that its a easy walk to the beach. just go towards the pool in the back of the campground and there is a road that runs to the back of the property then you just cross the road.