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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
The beaches of Saint George Island State Park are unbelieveable! The fine white sand, the warm water of the Gulf and the absence of the crowds make it an ultimate place for just admiring the beauty of the nature. The beaches are easily accessible by...More
I decided I would camp at "Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park" when running the Running for the Bay 5K in Apalachicola, FL.
I reserved campsite 27, and read that the ground was dirt and "Driveway Surface: Gravel"
Upon pulling up to...More
If you really want deserted...go to the State Park at the east-end, where you'll practically have the beach to yourself! Trails, camping, boat launch, and deserted beaches for miles. They have facilities for picnicking, grilling, and showers to rinse off. If you're a day tripper,...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.