Facilities to Enhance Your Stay
Ho-Hum caters to adults and seniors but children are certainly welcome. We have a relaxed atmosphere perfect for unwinding and soaking up the gulf coast sun.
Inside Our Park
- All sites full hook up water and sewer with 50/30 amp electric
- Pull-thru sites up to 75 ft.
- Back-in beach sites
- Free digital cable TV (over 70 channels)
Ho-Hum RV Park has a Cloud managed WiFi/internet system and best of all, it is FREE! We have 5 WiFi Gateways dedicated to a specific section of the park. Our WiFi signal is password protected for your added security.
For guest that intend to stream movies, play video games or otherwise need more bandwidth, we do offer a premium WIFI service for a nominal charge.
Even though we try to provide state of the art internet service there are a few things you can do, as a guest, that will help your internet connection. Since WiFi signals are delicate by nature, try to sit as close to a window in your rig in a direct line to the transmitter node.
- For your convenience Ho-Hum has a Propane filling station where we are able to fill motor homes and a wide variety of propane tanks.
See The Park
Local Attractions - Adventures All Around
At Ho-Hum, you’ll enjoy our endless and always changing activities here in the resort and throughout Florida’s forgotten coast. Scroll down to check out a few of the activities just outside the resort.
- Art & theatre
- Beach combing for shells, driftwood, agates and other treasures pushed up by the sea
- Crabbing and Clamming
- Sport-fishing or kayaking
- Ocean sport-fishing for Tuna, and rockfish
- Take a day trip to the local state parks
- Explore our local lighthouses
- Visit the rich coastal museums and historic sites
- Live music waterfront bars and all types of cuisine
- Miles of spectacular uncrowded beaches to walk
- Golfing at St. James Bay Golf Resort
- Hiking on thousands of acres
The Forgotten Coast includes more than 250 miles of pristine, uncrowded, sugar sand beaches. From St. George Island to Carrabelle to Dog Island to Alligator Point, all of Franklin County’s beaches are breathtakingly beautiful but each one is unique.
Home to hundreds of miles of freshwater creeks, sloughs, and rivers that empty into Apalachicola Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, Franklin County is boater’s heaven. Even better, our area offers more than 40 boat ramps and paddling launches across the county. – looking to rent a boat? no problem there are many boat rental companies to choose from.
Parks & Historic Sites
Whether you’re obsessed with learning about historical sites or simply love exploring nature, Florida’s Forgotten Coast offers a wide variety of parks and sites for everyone to enjoy. From Bald Point State Park in Alligator Point and St. George Island State Park to Chapman Botanical Gardens in Apalachicola to the World’s Smallest Police Station in Carrabelle, there are tons of sightseeing opportunities all across Franklin County.
We are located in one of the most productive estuarine systems in the world making the local seafood markets a must-stop on your trip. There are multiple markets located across the forgotten coast with some of the freshest and most delectable offerings you can find.
The Fisherman's Wife Restaurant
This restaurant is a local favorite serving up some of the freshest most delicious food in Carrabelle. Order fresh shrimp, crab cakes, grilled cod, or scallops, and don’t forget the desert.
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