Indian Pass Campground is at the far western end of Apalachicola Bay, where it flows into the Gulf of Mexico. In the midst of a beautiful, deeply fertile area, full of unspoiled beaches and rich estuaries, there are no high rises here in Indian Pass - just wonderful beaches, succulent oysters, world class fishing and spectacular sunsets.
Coastline RV Resort & Campground
The Pristine RV Resort & Campground on Florida's Forgotten Coast! Sites starting at $34.95 per night!
Coastline RV Resort & Campground is located on Highway 98, the main motor artery into Eastpoint, the gateway to the Forgotten Coast.
Coastline RV Resort is not just your average campground. Each site is positioned to allow easy access and a bay view with full hook-up sites, 20/30/50 amp service, (+70) cable, wifi , 10X40 brick paver patio, picnic table, 9ft umbrella and a grill! At the Resort you will find a nice fishing pier, beautiful pool surrounded by brick pavers and a bath house and clubhouse that is rated 5 star by all of our guests! Sites starting at $49.95 per night!
Coastline RV Resort now has a sister Campground located 1/2 mile from the Resort, nestled on a peaceful wooded 16 acres with a spectacular bay view. This campground offers spacious sites with full hook-up, (+70)cable a 10X25 patio with a picnic table and umbrella. Our sites are big enough to park your boats/golf carts at your own site. For those who are looking for just a site for the night, you can even keep your trailer or car attached without the hassle of taking it off! Coastline Campground amenities included a beautiful private bath house with Laundry. Sites starting at $34.95 per night!
Both parks are centrally located to allow guests easy access to local attractions, but far enough away to provide a laid back atmosphere. Uniquely positioned right on the coast of the beautiful Apalachicola Bay, Coastline RV Resort & Campground offers guests an unobstructed view of St. George Sound, St. George Island, Dog Island, and the spectacular sunrises and sunsets for which Franklin County is known. Here at Coastline RV Resort & Campground you will find state-of-the-art facilities and good old-fashioned Southern hospitality!
Coastline RV Resort & Campground is your pristine RV destination on Florida's Forgotten Coast! Check us out on facebook at www.facebook.com/CoastlineRvResort or give us a call 850-799-1016!
we now have a Seaside Suite for those who do not have an RV, It is a room off to the side of our office with a full bathroom, etc too.
It accommodates 2 adults. No pets
The St. George Island Christian Retreat Center is a beautiful Christian camp located on the gulf coast 4 miles off the Florida panhandle in Franklin County, Florida on St. George Island. Our center is non-denominational, making our visitors feel at home. The 13-acre grounds are surrounded by God's magnificent creation allowing individuals plenty of quiet time, uninterrupted Bible study, and peaceful prayer times. There are numerous recreational activities for your leisure time including: Gulf beaches, the SGI state park, dolphin watching, sea turtle watching, and seashell hunting.
Premium RV sites conveniently located across from Carrabelle Beach. Store with RV supplies, bait, tackle and groceries. Recreation hall with workout equipment, a newly renovated bath house, cable TV, wireless internet access, a resort style swimming pool, laundry facilities, picnic tables and much more. Cabins, cottages and bungalows also available.
Presnell’s RV Resort & Bayside Marina in Port St. Joe offers 64 new full-service sites with 30 and 50-amp service plus wifi and full sewer hookups. We have 1 two bedroom cottage and 4 one or two bedroom park models, each sleeps up to six. Our ships store and marina, a favorite for fishermen and families, are located right on the calm waters of St. Joseph Bay overlooking Cape San Blas and Florida’s best scalloping in our back yard. With our new pool and clubhouse opened in Spring 2017, Presnell’s is the destination RV park of northwest Florida with easy access to fishing, snorkeling, boat, kayak, and paddle board rentals, fishing guides, beaches and more.
Come and take a drive on the ”Wild Side” along Florida’s Big Bend Scenic Byway where theme parks and bright lights give way to horizons of towering pines and blue-green Gulf waters. The “Bend” is where Florida’s Gulf Coast curves westward, sheltering vast seagrass beds, marshes, winding rivers, sugar-sand beaches, deep forests, and crystal-clear springs. The unparalleled natural bounty and beauty of the Bend have attracted visitors since 15,000 BC. While traveling on the Byway, visitors can explore the natural resources which have supported and sustained the lives and the livelihoods of generations past and present.
Tallahassee, Florida’s capital city, welcomes travelers to this 220-mile natural wonderland where wildlife outnumbers people. Over 300 species of birds, 2,500 plant species, and more carnivorous plants (30) than any similarly sized area in the world call the Bend home. The Forest and Coastal Trails, offering two distinct experiences, culminate in a two-day drive unlike any other.