Well, our maiden voyage is with a group of friends to Buccaneer State Park on the beach in Waveland, MS. Our actual size is about a block or so from the beach, not directly on the beach. Everyone else in the group are either in 5th wheels or bunkhouses. They are waiting to see what the weather plane says later today. This morning, my bf called me as soon as he woke up (waking me up as well) to tell me that weather channel has a forecast that worries him. He does not want me out there with my kiddos, especially since he won't be there. A little rain does not worry me, the high wind and possible tornado warning do. I tend to go with my bf's gut and will more than likely yield to his advice as I normally do. I don't want him worrying about me all weekend. Now, the standard policy at this state park is that this late in the game is that you get a 50% voucher for what you have paid good for the next 12 months. I am not sure if it is good for any state park, only MS state parks, or only this particular state park. I paid $72. I would get a $36 voucher. Not a big financial loss considering the possible danger. I plan to call to cancel and see if they will give me an actual refund or at least a voucher for the full amount. I think they should do that considering the weather risk. Do they really want a FULL campground should a major weather event occur. There is a lot of road construction. I can't see them getting all those campers out safely in short notice. OK, I am pretty sure I know what I am going to do but just want to hear from the "experts" on here.