The Hideaway Retreat, Navarre, Florida

Another winner, winner….chicken dinner! This is a hidden gem, just as the name may suggest. This campground runs along side the gulf and is nestled among many mature trees, mostly magnolias! The lots are NOT “parking lot style” but are placed a bit hodge podge which gives it all a bit of charm.

As I mentioned, the campground is on water and has a nice beach. Unfortunately, Hurricane Sally recently took out their sea wall and pier, but the beach is still useable. The bathrooms are very nice and clean, as is the laundry room. There is no store on site, but there are plenty of stores to choose from in the area, as well as restaurants. There is a super nice playground, built for both kids and adults, nestled amount the magnolias – it features games such as beanbag toss, a yard size Connect 4 and tic tac toe, ladder ball, swings, and a large community fire pit. At night it’s lit up with fairy lights and it’s actually all used by the campers.

The campsites are level and gravel but each site has it’s own raised wooden platform. The connectivity here is great – excellent WIFI, great cable TV and our phones work without difficulty. (Satellite reception is difficult due to all the trees but it’s not needed!)

This is definitely a campground to put on your radar if you are ever in Navarre, Florida. (BTW – it’s about a 45 minute drive east to Destin)


If given the chance, we would definitely revisit this great little campground. HAPPY TRAILS!

Published by Ramblin' Rosie

We are retired nurses with a desire to explore the United States, and beyond, in our Winnebago motor home. We are accompanied our three pups, Fanny May, Kaiser, and Rosie.

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