Packed a lunch and spent the day visiting the Gulf Islands National Seashore and Fort Pickens, just south of Pensacola, FL. It was a beautiful 70 degree sunny day. The drive through the Seashore area was awesome, with beautiful mult-colored homes and beautiful beaches and water.
We saw a lot of evidents of the recent Hurricane Sally, but were also glad to see people actively rebuilding their properties back to beautiful. Some homes & businesses were left abandoned, and thousands of trees and debris is still scattered around.
Ended with a fabulous B-Day dinner at Lambert’s Cafe (Home of the throwed rolls)
What an awesome day!
Stay Details: Wilderness RV Park; Robertsdale, AL
* Note: I didn't mention this in a seperate blog because the campground isn't worth mentioning our opinion. It is very run down, with many older full-time residents that let their campers get into disrepair. Many areas in the park were an eye-sore, so we mostly kept to ourselves and toured beautiful locations nearby.
This is a Coast 2 Coast park, and I would not recommend staying here unless you really need to.