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Sunset on the Water of Lake Stone Campground

Nestled in the peaceful setting of North Escambia County, Lake Stone Campground has many amenities to offer.

Lake Stone Campground is a 100-acre campground and boat ramp facility located in the northern end of the county. The campground has 77 campsites for everything from big RV rigs to tents. Recently updated to accommodate the more modern and much larger RV’s, Lake Stone is the county’s only facility located on a fresh water lake.

Lake Stone facilities include a boat ramp (gasoline engines are not allowed to be used on Lake Stone), indoor public use building, a playground, showers, restrooms, a fishing pier, security lights, electrical and water hookups, a sewage dump station, picnic areas and the beautiful lake.

A small "country store" is available within the office for the campground. For your convenience, various items are ready for purchase. See the campground's caretaker.


For further details and reservations, please email Lake Stone or call the Campground Manager at 850-256-5555.

Note: 14 days maximum stay. 

Fee Schedule

The following rates were set as of April 1, 2021. Thank you for your continued support at Lake Stone Campground. We look forward to a great camping season!

Site Rental Fee (Per Day)

  • Escambia County residents: $18/day
  • *Senior citizen/disabled Escambia County residents: $10.13/day
  • Non-Escambia County residents: $20.25/day
  • *Senior citizen/disabled non-Escambia County residents: $18/day
*Senior citizen is a person age 65 and older.

Pavilion Rental Fee (Per Day)

  • Escambia County residents: $32.25/day
    • 10 or more campsites rented: $21.50/day
  • Non-Escambia County residents: $43/day
    • 10 or more campsites rented: $21/50/day

Non-Camper Dump Station Use Fee

  • $10 per use
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