We stayed at Fort De Soto Park Campground in site 135 for 7 nights.
The only good thing about the park is that it is on Mullet Bay which allows you to kayak whenever you would like. The park is so overgrown that you cannot get to your site without hitting tree branches. Many sites have tree trunks leaning into the site that will keep you from opening up your slides. The are numerous tree trunks with reflectors on them but they should just cut the stump down instead. We had a motorhome in front of us get wedged between two trees trying to get into his site. They had to cut one of the trees down but this was only after he scraped the entire side of his motorhome.
We had some people tent camping with us and they said that the bathrooms were terrible to use. No privacy in all but one shower area. The washers and dryers did not work but in one area that was not the tent area so they had to walk across the park to shower and wash clothes. There is no water hookup to flush your black tank that you have to use because there is no sewer.
This park needs a good overhaul with cleaning up dead and overgrown vegetation and cleaning up some of the trees and make it impossible to get into some of the sites. We camped at Fort De Soto Campground in a Motorhome.