The RiverCamps community is all about life on the water. Amenities include access to West Bay and Crooked Creek; a boat ramp; over seven miles of trails and boardwalks; and even a waterside campsite with tents, a fire pit and a bathhouse. The stunningly designed RiverHouse is located on the water, as well, and features a pool, hot tub, screened porch, gym, library, event space and more.
The RiverCamps community has a boat launch and day docks located on the main channel of Crooked Creek, which also connects to West Bay. From a large, protected boat basin, residents can launch arious vessels from skiffs and Jon boats to kayaks and canoes.
For the outdoor enthusiast who loves to also sleep in the great outdoors, the RieverCamps community offers a permanent campsite on the shore of Crooked Creek. The site includes an adult tent, a children’s tent, a fire pit and a bathhouse.
Situated on a waterfront point with commanding views of West Bay and Crooked Creek, the RiverHouse is a spectacular venue for any event, from a family reunion to an early-morning read in the library. A short stroll from the main building takes you to the swimming pool, the boat docks or the pavilion, which is screened for community cookouts and gatherings.
About seven miles of interconnected trails and boardwalks run through the RiverCamps community. The trails are great for running, walking, biking and exploring the natural setting.
An extraordinarily beautiful tidal river, Crooked Creek rises in the sand hills of Northwest Florida, many miles north of the RiverCamps community, and lazily loops back and forth through untouched needle rush marshes and wildlife habitats until it reaches the open waters of West Bay. The stunning views and winding turns of Crooked Creek make it perfect to explore by kayak, canoe or flats skiff. Once you wind your way through Crooked Creek to West Bay, you will find a magnificent expanse of more than 18,000 acres of grass flats, marshes and open waters that offer endless choices of fishing sites for bait casting, crabbing and shell-fishing.