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Big Lagoon State Park, Perdido Key
(4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were staying nearby and wanted to rent some kayaks for kayaking since some in our party had brought their own kayaks but others needed to rent some. They had the most reasonable price so we decided...  more »
  • Clean, showers,camper near ocean, fun for family, lots of fishing, campfires, friendly staff and visitors 
  • This little campground opens at winter time... the host is a cool guy... not really a nice beach within the campground, the nice beaches are on the opposite shore, National Gulf Island park...15$ entr...  more »
  • We evacuated from Hirricane Matrhew and wanted to camp and relax. The people are very nice. Brandon is very informative and knowledgeable about the park. Mickey was wonderful when we called. I would highly recommend this park to all. Thank you.
  • Loved Big Lagoon, very beautiful, great camping. Had some kids being loud at 1 am, couldn't call a park Ranger so had to call the Police. Totally ruined my kids time. Checked out a day early.!!
  • Great park with incredible views and friendly staff. Raccoons aren't afraid of people so keep your food closed. Look out for ants and mosquitos too.
  • Nice campground that's a quick drive to the beach and it also has beach access. They provide electricity on site as well as a clothes line. There are free showers. The animals at night are incredible, if you're sleeping in the tent prepare to hear birds singing early in the morning and armadillos running amok in the woods at night (not a big deal unless you have dogs that bark at every little noise.) The campground is close to a Winn Dixie. A nice quiet campground that I'd visit again!
  • Camp sites had privacy as you are surrounded by bushes and the beach is right behind you. Great place to camp. The sites are small but good enough. The restrooms were in excellent condition & very clean.