If you use a Garmin GPS - please beaware it will take you to a wrong location - it puts you in the area but puts you on a dirt road - I had directions but didnt see any signs so once I saw a kid on a bicycle he told me where to go and he was right - I love my GPS but when it takes me to the wrong place I just want to chuck it out the window.
Ok now onto the destination - was very tranquil and quiet - it was an hour and a half drive for me and this was the first time I have actually taked the TT on a "real" trip since I picked it up March 9th -
I do not consider camping on your parents driveway a real trip either
My first impression was shell road (truck and trailer are gonna be filthy) and it was a ways back to the camp sites - there isnt much to do around unless you want peace, quiet, a place to unwind and relax and want to look at the nature around the state park.
The price to camp one night is very reasonable - $17.60 including tax
we went down one of the walking path's and saw Hawk's and vultures and alligators
I would probably go back again but gotta try other parks first before I do that again since my daughter is 4 she got bored really easy where I was very content.