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Love this place. Great setup for tent camping. Make sure you check the privacy level of your site when you book. It ranges from a decent enough amount of privacy to right up in people's business. Easy walk to the beach, which was mostly abandoned for the entirety of my stay. The staff was super friendly, and they have pretty much anything you could need in the store on-site. Can't wait to to back!
Located in Jacksonville, Florida this state park is one of the most impressive places we’ve stayed. The surroundings make you feel as if you’re staying in a jungle. The park is massive and offers cabins, RV sites and tent sites. The bathrooms and showers are clean and well kept. The park offers a variety of activities including mountain biking trails, access to a lake and several beaches. We spent one day fishing and had a great time! Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table, along with full hook ups. The store has everything you could possibly need and sells firewood and propane. Book online to see photos of what each site looks like to make sure you get as much space as you need for your size rig.
We are always comfortable stopping here, usually after what turns out to be a long first day on the road from Carolina to Florida. The super-friendly hosts lead you into your site, offer ideas for local take-out, then give you breakfast some days before you hit the road again.
We had a nice two day stay at Jacksonville North KOA. The pull through sites were close together, as is typical of these commercial campgrounds. Smelled like sewer throughout the campground. The playground would have been nicer if it was maintained appropriately. Not much to do in the area. We visited mill ruins which was cool. Were going to go to Cumberland Island, but it would have been $200 for 1 adult and 3 kids with bikes. Yikes.
Cute little camp spots in the woods with decent privacy. Very close to the beach for total serenity. Pets are allowed. Lots of mountain biking in the park, which is a popular place for people to go to in Jacksonville. There’s just too Many mosquitos and the park needs a good prescribed burn.
This park makes me think of The Jungle Cruise at Disneyland. It is heavily forested and the sites are literally like threading a needle. Even on the map they look close together chances are you won't really see or hear your neighbors. Bathrooms, shower and dump site available as is recycling and dumpsters. Close to a dog friendly beach but please use the walkways and stay off the dunes.
There is also a store with rentals and playgrounds available, walking trails and bike trails have limitations posted and entrances so be aware.
Site have water and electric hook ups but came across a bit of a problem as the outlets are installed upside down so it was really hard to insert the 30amp plug because the cord made it a very tight fit. (50amp same way) see pictures.
Good cell coverage with AT&T and Verizon.