About Our Campground
How We Made Our Getaway
the best fishing in the area
Located along the Gulf of Mexico, Keaton Beach offers a variety of fishing opportunities including inshore, offshore, and freshwater fishing. Some of the common fish species that can be caught in this area include redfish, trout, flounder, tarpon, and shark. Keaton Beach is also known for its crystal-clear waters and picturesque coastline, making it an ideal location for those looking to enjoy a day of fishing in a serene and beautiful environment.
Little Pieces of Home
Level & Graveled Sites
All of our sites are timber-retained level, graveled pads with full hook-ups including up to 50-amp power, water, & sewer.
Pay-per-use laundry facilities are available for use to keep your clothes clean and fresh.
Shower & Bathroom
We have a wonderful shower and bathroom available to get clean after hitting the beach.
Snacks, drinks, necessities, and more are all available at our on-site convenience store.
All guests have access to our on-site wifi.
Dispose of your trash without having to leave the site. Our dumpster is available for all guests to use.
Animal Residents at Powers Little Campground
Nearby the property a couple of gopher tortoises have set up a little getaway of their own. The gopher tortoise is considered an endangered species due to habitat loss, fragmentation, and degradation caused by human activities. Conservation efforts are being undertaken to protect and restore their habitats and prevent further population decline.
It is important not to disturb them, as it is a threatened species and their burrows are critical for the survival of many other animals in the ecosystem.
American Bald Eagle
We have a few American bald eagles that stop to visit from time to time. They are a majestic birds of prey known for their striking appearance, with a white head and tail, dark brown body, and powerful talons. Due to habitat destruction and hunting, the bald eagle population declined significantly in the 20th century, leading to its classification as an endangered species. Thanks to conservation efforts, the bald eagle was removed from the endangered species list in 2007.