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Glen Ridge , FLORIDA

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Most Recent Glen Ridge Camping Reviews
Peaceful little island

This island offers great camping experience! Kayak and puddle board to snorkeling with beautiful fishes and manatee if you are lucky;)

The best place to spend on long weekends away from crowds and technology.

It was noisy at late night that sound came from riviera beach or WPB port area constantly hearing construction sound- Hope it was just the last weekend.

Dog friendly- Big fire place for everyone- Camping site well organized- BBQ pit everywhere with tables- Shower is pretty clean- Bathroom clean-

It was perfect for small kids to running around and felt very safe.

Thank you peanuts island and we will come back again!

Lovely Site and Extensive Trails

This is a great place to visit. They have primitive, RV, and equestrian camping. They have horse stalls and turnout that are all in good repair for equestrian campers. The bathrooms are very clean and well kept. The trails are extensive and well-maintained.

1st Stop

This was better then i expected! Clean bathrooms and showers were all i could ask for.. I definitely recommend if your in tbe area

Peaceful respite

Located just minutes off of Indiantown Road at I-95, getting in and out of here is no problem.

Tucked into a beautiful green spot next to the St. Lucie Canal, this hidden gem is a must if you’re just looking to get away from the grind for a weekend. Boaters traversing the canal and tent campers have their own sites along the river, too! Great birding and fishing opportunities.

Only nine RV sites, but all of them are level and paved, with a sheltered picnic table, fire ring, and elevated grill in a gravel space adjoining your concrete pad. We stayed in site RV5 for two nights. The small Army Corps of Engineers park is very well-maintained. Bathhouse is small, but you can get the job done.

2 to 3 bars of Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T (we use all three) ensure a pretty decent cell connection for keeping in touch. Reliable 50/30/20 and good water at the post. Dump station nearby.

my weekend go to

I have been here multiple times due to good facilities quiet neighbors and close access to home. As someone else pointed out the east end of Easterlin is on the Tri-Rail tracks and you do get significant noise so make sure you are a heavy sleeper.

Great State Park, bring your bikes

What a great experience, very clean, our site #4 was very private and with lots of space. There is so much to do, bike trails, hike hobe mountain, kayaks, boat tours, nature trail hikes. And if you take a short drive out of the park you are at the beach. It’s a large park so we drove to the kayak and boat tour area. We loved it and are definitely coming back

Better Than Google Earth

I looked up this campground on Google Earth to see what it was like here. It looked like a flat area with close sites near a busy highway. Was pleasantly surprised that the scrub around the sites is tall making sites more private that the view from Google.  This park has paved loops with gravel pads, fire pits, BBQ, tables, playground and  much to offer in terms of hiking, biking and boating/kayaking.

Good cell reception with AT&T and Verizon.

Love this park

There’s not a lot of shade, but it’s an amazing place to go. There are many trails for walking and for biking. Great division of space between your spot and the neighbor. Has a fire pit, BBQ and picnic table for each spot. Sunset views are amazing. Felt very comfortable with my kids.

Amazing and relaxing

Absolutely love the St. Lucie Locks. It’s very clean and very relaxing. It’s awesome to watch the boats come and go. Great picnic table, fire pit and BBQ in each spot.

Beautiful Park with so much to do. We recommend the River Campground

For hiking, biking(street and mountain), paddling, boating, and a great camping experience, Jonathan Dickinson State Park gives you all of that and more. Located off U.S. 1 in Hobe Sound, this park and campground offer a variety of activities. And depending on which of the 2 camping areas you choose, you can also have a Florida camping experience where the only noise you’ll hear is the rustling of the palm fronds in the breeze.

There are two distinct and very separate campgrounds in the park. The Pine Grove Campground is located along U.S. Route 1 after you go past the ranger station. We looked at the campground from the satellite view on Google Maps. It seemed very open with almost no trees. When we rode through it on our bikes it confirmed what we saw on Google. Immature trees next to flat slabs with no atmosphere. If you want to just experience the rest of the park, or you are just stopping over a night or two on the way to somewhere else, this might be an okay choice. And there are more campsites in this campground that can accommodate Class A motorhomes better than the River Campground.

But if you want to experience the best Jonathan Dickinson State Park camping, pick the River Campground. The River Campground is about 6 miles in from Hwy U.S. 1 and rests on the edge of the Loxahatchee River. These sites are smaller than at the Pine Grove campground. There isn’t a lot of shade here either, but the overall atmosphere is great. Lots of palms trees, pine trees, and saw palmettos. It’s quintessential Florida. And there is no ambient noise at all because you are so far in from the highway.

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