I had a meeting yesterday at Windcreek, I’m an outdoor sports and recreation representative on a committee representing Escambia County, AL for our upcoming Alabama Bicentennial. Since I was close to one of our Escambia River campsites I went to check it out.
Keyser landing has an excellent, not to steep, concrete boat ramp. It’s in excellent condition as is the campground itself, Florida sure knows tourism! There are 2 designated primitive campsites at Keyser. As far as conveniences, there’s a portolet, but that’s about it, no running water or electric. I contacted the Santa Rosa County Parks Dept. to ask about permits and get some i’s dotted and t’s crossed, the rep was super pleasant and I got a list of other ramps and campsites from her too boot. Click here to see the list. According to SRCPD permits are requested, but not absolutely required. Check out some pictures of one of our roosts on our May To the Bay River Adventure. And remember it’s not too late to register, I have 6 spots left available. We leave Brewton, AL on May 1st and finish up our trip at Bass Hole Cove outside Pensacola on May 4th. Please email for more information, or feel free to give me a call at 251-236-5478