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We camped in Feb 2018 at Long Point Campground. There is no privacy between campsites but each site is roomy. We stayed next to the water and while there are mangroves, so no view at our end of the park, if you had a kayak...More
I thought this place would be closer to Melbourne Beach but it a 25 minute drive. The campground itself is small and not that nice. The perimeter sites are crammed along the shore and the interior sites are in a grassy field. We would not...More
We Love this campground! Beautiful water-site spots to enjoy the water views. Watch for Dolphins and Pelicans (that had more luck fishing than I did LOL)Lots of things to do! Go kayaking, boating and swimming. Fire pits at every site for be sure to bring...More
Great place to relax. Most sites are on the water with no sewer connection but water and electric are adequate. Great if you kayak or like to fish. There is a bait shop and restaurant at the entrance and the bathrooms were fine
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Yes, there is a map to show you 3 bike routes. They are not for simple beach cruiser type bikes. It's more mountain bike, being prepared type. However, you can easily bike around the park itself and you can bike out the... More
Yes, there is a map to show you 3 bike routes. They are not for simple beach cruiser type bikes. It's more mountain bike, being prepared type. However, you can easily bike around the park itself and you can bike out the paved road to the park and bike on the designated paved path along the road. It's not right on the road, so that one is beach cruiser type safe and traffic safe. Definitely bring your bikes of any kind. There's biking for all styles.
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"The waterfront would be more interesting but they are very crowded"