| Nancy M.|
| Cypremort State Park|
|Reviewed on March 28th, 2023|
|Cypremort State Park is a small state park on Vermillion Bay near the Gulf of Mexico on a half mile stretch of a man made beach. The beach itself is very nice sand but when you walk into the water it gets a bit mushy. The view from the shore is beautiful and peaceful. There is a couple of fishing piers where we saw several people out fishing from shore or you access the bay by boat from the boat launch just outside the park. There is large marsh within the park with a long board walk that brings you out into the marsh where you can see alligators, deer and lots of different birds.
The camping in the park is very limited as tent camping is the only camping allowed at the moment. The sites are open along the shores of the beach. When we were there they were working at building RV sites along the back of the park that will accommodate most size RVÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s and will offer electricity, water and sewer hook ups. They told us they will all be pull through sites. Since there was no overnight parking for motorhomes we spent the two nights we were there in the parking lot of the boat launch. It allows 24 hour parking for a small fee . During the day we took our motorhome back into the park to the picinic area and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. It was very calm when we were there however the park people did tell us that they often get lots of wind. Worth the drive for this out of the way park.|
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