This State Park has it all. There is plenty to do for the kids and the campground is clean and well kept. The sites are well spaced out. Between the beach and the fort there is plenty to do. The kids were asking to go back before we left!
Really nice park. Lots of marsh lands and beautiful old trees. The campsites are a bit dark and they are all dirt.
We stayed at the Atlantic beach campground in the tent section. Our site was super sandy and had no shade. Bring a dining tent for shade! It was quite windy, but you could hear the ocean crashing on the beach at night. You do have to park and walk a little in to your site. You’re nearby your neighbours but a long walk away from the RVs and the washrooms. The restroom was super clean and very new. Each tent site had its own potable water tap. Definitely going to return! Such a unique area and campground!
we have camped there several times. The first time we were hanging out at the beach and a submarine entered the waterway from the nearby naval base. It was really cool. Restrooms and showers always clean and a nice campground store with the necessities
Great place! Had a great time !!
Tent campsites are nice, but close together. Each site has a picnic table and firepit. The campground also has a lot of RV sites. The restrooms were really nice, with large showers, and washer and dryer. You can walk to the beach access, or drive to a larger beach access a short distance away. There were a lot of deer that ran close to the campground.
This campground lets you in on both sides that Florida has to offer. One campground is more beachy near the Atlantic and the other is in the backwoods/swamp/alligator areas. Campsites at both spots were big and spacious. I thought it was amazing! Facilities were super clean. There are many trails to hike or bike and the beach is beyond spacious. I loved this campground and definitely want to go back sometime soon!
Best group camping in North Florida. Clean multi stall bathrooms and hot showers. Shady camp sites. Site is way back off the main road so you're not dealing with random traffic.
Kids love the fort and the beach.
Located on Amelia Island, Fort Clinch offers a variety of campsites throughout the park. There are tons of activities for both children and adults. Miles of hiking, biking, swimming. Really anything you can think of to do with the family. Tons of wildlife including alligators. The history of Fort Clinch is also very unique and provides an opportunity to learn while you camp. Most sites are shaded with Spanish moss trees. If the beach is something you are after, there's a 3 mile shore line with white sandy beaches and a pier to fish off. Be sure to bring a hat cause the sun is very intense and there is no shade along the beach or pier.
Fort Clinch offers many activities, there's the fort itself, a long half mile pier and 3 areas to camp. One camp area is near the pier (ocean side) another is on the other side of the part (along the river) and the third and our latest stay was in the group campground, nestled just south of the riverside camping area. There's tons to do and it's kept up very well.