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I have been here for a while. As a visitor and as a resident. I truly enjoy it here. It has undergone some changes for the better.
Great amenities here and the scenery is absolutely beautiful! Several bike and walking trails that we enjoyed. Also have bikes and kayaks that you can rent. We spotted a couple gators on our kayak trip. The reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 is bc the spaces are pretty tight. Also, the bathrooms are…
This is a great KOA, lots of trees, not too tightly packed, and they have free breakfasts and ($) lunch/dinner you can order right from your site! Awesome pool with a slide and tiki bar. Would come again.
Had a great time with our 3 chi’s and my gorgeous wife at Jekyll Island Campground. Sad to leave but we will return!
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Great staff with awesome hiking trails thru the woods. Park was very clean and well maintained
Great campground, very shady and quiet.
We stayed here the Memorial Day week. Great campground with spacious sites and very quiet. Some of the sites have more privacy with the palmettos in between, but the site we were were at did not. Sites are level, park is clean, bathhouses are clean. Three bars of cell service at the…
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Great campground. Our site was 51 which was a smaller site but great on the river side. River camp was plenty shaded and some privacy between sites. You could walk down to the river area. Great area to fish and sit on the beach but no swimming here. Actual beach was about 1 mile from river camp.…
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We camped in the beach sites during December and the mild weather made the sun bearable. These sites are in full sun, so bring some covers if you are going outside of winter. The bathroom was very clean, and it was a short walk to the shore. There was access to the hiking trails and fort via…
We went in March and it got pretty chilly at night, but the fire pit helped us stay warm. The portapotty was one of the nicer composting variety, but the campground were primitive otherwise. The sites are all on one loop, but there are trees and bushes separating each one for some privacy.
Stayed there 4 nights, drove to Amelia island about 30 min away.
The campground is like being in a tropical forest but yet its just a short bike ride to the beach. Absolutely fantastic place to stay. We would come back if we weren't so far away (AZ).
This place felt like we escaped to another land. My kids called it Jurassic Park.
This is the most clean and well kept park i have ever been to. They rake the gravel and clean every site after each camper leaves. It is right on the water and there are hiking pathes, bicycling, fishing, site seeing and so much more. It is a beautiful and serene setting
We've gone to Hanna Park as a family for at least the last 20 years. It's definitely a great place to stay for the whole family. Took both of my kids for the first time recently, and it was the first place we took our daughter camping.