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River's Edge Campground
4001 Log Lake Road
Okaloosa County
Holt, Florida 32564

phone: -' 850.537.2267
April 30, 2016 - May 1, 2016

Note: Comments made here do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just the personal observations of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date.

River's Edge Campground was a small campground located just east of Pensacola, Florida. All of their 50 amp sites were taken when the two RV Gypsies arrived, so they had to have a 30 amp site. It appeared that a lot of stationary RVs were in the 50 amp sites. Their was no campground security gate. The roads were sand. Military discounts honored.

unhappy face The campground offered free Wi-Fi but the two RV Gypsies found it too slow to use and it only gave 15 minutes in a 24-hour period anyway. More internet time could be purchased. No cable TV, and NO TV stations came in via antenna either. Extra guests are charged $1 to visit, $2 if they stay overnight. There was a fee to wash cars or RVs, $5 on this date.

Most standard campground rules applied. There wasn't much to do in the campground except fish or launch your boat. Boat launch area free to campers but not to guests, which makes sense. The two RV Gypsies did not spend much time in the campground, they were mostly out in their toad in Pensacola. Check-out time was 11 a.m.

entrance to Rivers Edge Campground

The office at River's Edge

The new yard for the two RV Gypsies - complete with ant hills.

The new yard for the two RV Gypsies

ant hills

The roads were sand. Although some of the roads appeared to have asphalt under the sand.

sandy road

sandy road

Yellow River near the boat launch area at River's Edge Campground. A boy about 10 years old was there (without parents) and he had two crawfish that he was going to take home and he had even given the crawfish names.

Yellow River

Yellow River

Yellow River

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