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Some people say the managers are rude but personally I never had a problem I think if everyone treated everybody the way they wanted to be treated there would be no problem. Great for my dogs for bike riding and they allow alcohol. Love it
This is a very clean and well managed camp ground. When driving in, was instantly met by staff to check in. Paperwork was already filled out. All they needed was to see my ID and get tag number. There is a great hangout lounge where you can watch TV, cook a meal or just use the provided computers…
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My friends and I have tent camped at LTI no fewer than 7 times over the last few years. The sites are nice and tucked away, birds are plentiful and the bathrooms are always very clean. Beach access is a drive (or bike ride) across the street.
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If you have a chance to check out little talbot, black rock beach while you’re staying at big talbot, do it! It looks like heaven :) i post up my hammock on the trees all the time.
Unable to find available sites on Amelia Island/Fernandina we found Kathryn Abby Hannah. Not so far away and the Mayport ferry ride was pleasant. Mosquitos were huge, walks on the beach great, loved nearby seafood markets. Best for small rigs, we have a NOBO. Let's go again.
Holy AMAZING campgrounds, folks! Dyrt - there should really be 6 star ratings for this park to be properly rated! I don’t think I’ve ever come across anything quite like Crooked River State Park located in SE Georgia – and the more I poked around as I explored the massive grounds of this gem and…
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Very clean, level sites! Nice Firepit! Friendly rangers. Didn’t rent a cottage but they looked nice! Had 30amp service and it worked flawlessly!
I like to camp and I like to go fishing spend my time to relax and stress-free
Such a fun area and great campsite. The private fishing dock is awesome and the ocean and beach is immediately across the street. Just north of St Augustine- check out the castle, drive on the beach, and lots of good eats 🤙🏼!
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Stayed at campsite 8 for the night. It has its own little spot to launch kayaks / canoes from. We were able to get in the water as soon as the conditions looked perfect. There’s a covered picnic table area and a big fire ring. The only downside was that every hour, some local would drive up to the…
First of all the campground host was a very nice gentleman. He even calle me sir. The bathrooms were impeccably clean. Flush toilets, hot showers. My sight was Blacktop with a fire ring and picnic table and water. That's all I needed. It was so quiet you could hear a flea flying around your ear.…
Great location a 5 min. walk to the beach with very clean and well appointed bathrooms with showers. My only wish is that we had a longer stay!
You really can have it all at this campground - with its 'next door' proximity to one of the most amazing beachheads on Florida's Atlantic coastline and quick access to the country's oldest town, St. Augustine to the countless nautical activities on the nearby Intracoastal all within a very…
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We stayed here one night, in two tents, on a relatively spur-of-the-moment midweek visit. We liked the sparsely populated beach, the very tidy and seemingly newly tiled bathhouse, and the nice patches of palms and bushes between sites. We didn’t like the proximity to the road (noise), the…
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I love this park. Its clean. Staff is friendly. The attractions are amazing. Everyone keeps to themselves. The beach is not dog friendly, that's the only complaint I have. Even thoe my husband is disabled we still get harrassed by all the Karen's. And of course park rangers. It's a little…