Pets: Allowed in marked areas just. Escambia County forbids family pets on beaches and/or rivers.
Outdoor camping: $20/night plus tax and non-refundable $6.70 booking charge. For campground reservations approximately 11 months in advance, phone call -LRB-800-RRB- 326-3521 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern) or TDD -LRB-888-RRB- 433-0287, or online at Florida State Parks.
Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fort Pickens Campground.
Camping site at Ft Pickens.
This magnificent 200-site camping site gets on the west end of Santa Rosa island is within the safeguarded Gulf Islands National Seashore. The camping site is named after a historical fort located on the island’s western factor, integrated in the very early 1800’s to secure Pensacola Bay. It was among four fts that did not fall into Confederate hands throughout the Civil Battle. You have to trek some to see it, but background aficionados will enjoy it. All 200 Ft Pickens’ camping areas have water, electrical energy, grills/fire rings, and also barbecue tables. The sites vary in size from 16 ft for outdoor tents sites to 50 ft for bigger RVs. Toilets as well as dump stations are nearby.
Fort Pickens Campground, 1400 Fort Pickens Rd, Pensacola Beach, FL 32561; -LRB-850-RRB- 934-2622. Internet site: nps.gov.
Activities: Outdoor camping, picnicking, fishing, treking, snorkeling, swimming, cycling.
Camping: $26. For camping site bookings up to 11 months ahead of time, phone call -LRB-800-RRB- 326-3521 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern) or TDD -LRB-888-RRB- 433-0287, or online at recreation.gov.
Pet dogs: Yes, yet not on coastlines.
Henderson Coastline State Park– Big dunes, white sand near Destin.
Campsite at Henderson Coastline State Park.
Henderson Beach campground.
The sugar-white sand coastline as well as practical location near Destin buying make this preferred beachfront campground an appealing location for RVers. A nature trail winds with the rolling dunes. Browse fishing is prominent, and the catch consists of pompano, red fish, flounder, catfish, whiting and also the periodic cobia.