The sites at this campground and resort are situated overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and are beautiful! The property is split into two smaller properties separated by privately owned land, but about 800 feet apart. Sites at the campground have level gravel pads and grassy patios with a picnic table and full hookups. Sites at the resort property are slightly more upscale offering paver patios and bbqs at each site along with gravel pads and full hookups. The campground offers a small pool and splash pad along with several bathhouses and laundry facilities. The resort has a larger pool, bathhouses and laundry facilities as well as an rec room that is delightful! We stayed at the resort and enjoyed an entire afternoon playing games in the air conditioned rec room which has several tables, sofa and lounge chairs, a smartTV, and a full residential style kitchen that guests may use. The space was beautifully furnished in a seaside theme and was a nice, cool place to relax after some time in the pool. There is also two different screened in porches with rocking chairs amd wicker sofas that guests can enjoy. The real treat though, whether you're staying at the resort or the campground is the sites overlooking the gulf. Sites are labeled at the resort in "tiers" and you can reserve by tier, but not site. Tier 1 is waterfront with unobstructed views of the gulf, with only the highway between you and the water. The two lane highway is fairly busy during the day but quiets down at night and did not bother us at all. Tier 2 is the row behind Tier 1 with slightly obstructed views. Tier 3 is set another row back and offers peekaboo glimpses of the ocean. Tier 4, 5, and 6 don't offer much in the way of water views. At the campground, sites 1-5, 25 and 26 are all waterfront. I do not know if reservations at the campground are site specific or not, so if booking, be sure to inquire. From the resort park you can easily access a fishing pier. We spotted jellyfish, crabs, hermit crabs, fish, pelicans, and dolphins during our stay. The town of Eastpoint is rather small, so come prepared with your supplies, as there is not a campstore onsite and the town doesn't offer much. The Pesky Pelican located on the campground property is advertised on their park map and website, but during our mid July stay it was closed "indefinitely." This was a big bummer for us since we hoofed it over from the resort to the campground to enjoy some fresh seafood. Overall, this is a delightful place to spend relaxing along Florida's "forgotten coast."
Best Sites: Tier 1 (resort) 1-5, 25, 26 (campground)
Poor Sites: Tier 4, Tier 5, Tier 6 (resort), PW sites (campground)
Hookups: Electric, Water, Sewer
Potable Water: At each site
Dump Within Facility: At each site