Here in North Florida we are blessed to have a large National Forest, the Apalachicola: Apalachicola National Forest, a Florida natlforest located near Tallahassee
Mom cut me a very short article out of our local paper, the Tallahassee Democrat, that stated two of the campgrounds out there would be closing or have day use hours only. They are Wright Lake and Camel Lake campgrounds.
We have stayed at Wright ($10) and it was a very, very nice 18 space campground on a nice little lake. Seems they are having trouble getting "Staff" according to the article. I suspect they really mean "Hosts". I have not been to Camel but Wright has water at each site (no electric or sewer) and very nice full bathrooms. There is an Iron Ranger for fees and a dump station. I think Camel actually had a few $15 electric sites. The Host at Wright (and I assume Camel) of course had full hookups.
It is a shame to loose these nice campgrounds although close by is a more primitive campground (Hickory Landing, $3) with a central spigot and vault toilets. We have started boondocking
out in the Forest anyway and have not been going to the regular campgrounds lately.
Might be a nice Hosting opportunity for a full timer, contact the Rangers and see.