Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Hanna Park Campground
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
No Alcohol
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 50 ft.
Hanna Park Campground is located in Florida
30.3713 N
-81.4091 W
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16 Reviews of Hanna Park Campground
Most unique campground we have seen

We stayed 5 nights in January. This is a one of a kind experience. Staff was very helpful from check in to departure. Campsites are not concrete so be extra careful stabilizing your RV. We are returning in March and will have more 4x4 chocks to use. Every site has full hookups with lighted power posts. Only negative we had to move once and the second site sewer connection was stubbed out pretty high, be sure you have a slunky and even then I had to raise the hose to empty it. Easy access to the Atlantic beach on one side and a nice fresh water lake on the other. Access code is needed to enter and campers are provided with the code. Didnt use the restrooms or showers so cant comment on those. Camp store was open reduced hours but seemed well stocked. If you are interested in local seafood Mayport has 2 excellent restaurants nearby, Safe Harbor and Singletons are really good. Dollar stores are nearby as well. Bottom line we LOVE this place!

Camping at the Beach

Really enjoyed tent camping here and the hiking/ biking trails were gorgeous and well maintained. Stayed a week to renew our spirits. Hot showers and great camphosts!

Our favorite

Facilities are dated but clean and close to everything.


Great campground with the beach a short ride away!

Overall good experience

Overall we had a good time here. We booked private Back-in RV site for our rooftop tent. We also had a hammock tent which is not allowed in this campground (as we learned later) if you are planning to tie it to trees. Bathrooms need some updating - some shower heads were broken. Nice campground otherwise. Access to lake and beach was pretty nice but require a little walk. Several playgrounds for kids. Would come back.

Great location.

This is a great place; the beach is 1/2 mile away, there are outstanding MTB trails, hot showers, great lighting, clean bathrooms, outlets at each camp site, and more.

Hidden gem

Hanna Park is a great camping spot. The sites are generously sized and level. It's a short walk to an extraordinary beach that's never too crowded. At worst (4th of July?), walk a few yards from a dune crossover.

The park also has the best mountain bike trails in the area. Weekend mornings locals fill the parking lot at the entrance to ride, and the trails are empty pretty much the rest of the week. There are also hiking/running trails through the same woods to keep everyone separate.

Another biggie is the park has a gated entrance so you don't have problems with theft like some parks. The location is nestled between Mayport Navy base and Atlantic Beach, a tony beach town with several grocery stores, great restaurants and night life.

Have no complaints

Great park! Lots of trees for shade. Great variety of spots and sizes. My spot was not level. Needed extra stinky tube to reach sewer dump.

Very beautiful park

There is a lot of stuff that could be updated but all in all it is a great place. Beautiful beach, huge lake, and tons of bike trails.

Tight spots, beautiful place

Hanna Park would be five stars if it was just a little more groomed. We have a 38 foot fifth wheel and it was tough getting it in! The trees are hanging over the road so prepare to scratch your rig. Other than that, it’s amazing! The beach is beautiful and there’s a lot to do both in the park and nearby.