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106 Reviews of 5 Magnolia Gardens, Florida Campgrounds
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.
I like to camp and I like to go fishing spend my time to relax and stress-free
Friendly and nice store with meals available and free breakfast besides a pool with a slide and waterfall.
Weary-eyed after driving up or down I-95 for countless hours, but don't want the hassle of getting too far off the interstate to find a decent place to rest your weary head ... then look no further! St. Mary's KOA is just a stone's throw once you get off the highway (just 2 lefts and 1 right and…
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We stayed here for one night on our way to Florida. We checked in after dark and were able to easily find our site. Sites are grass, mostly level, and plenty wide (for a KOA) so you don’t feel on top of your neighbors. There are plenty of activities for the kids including a pool with water side,…
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Hanna park was a mixed bag for us. The park location was nice, near Mayport. The park is beautiful with lots of fun things like trails, fishing, bike and kayaks. It has a big lake on one side and miles of ocean on the other side. The campground was a surprise because the sites were small, not…
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This park is gorgeous an very big. Awesome biking riding be sure to bring them so many trails an ride your bike straight to the beach. Site was kinda small and not very private. Also bathroom was a kinda far from our site as well. But this campground had a stocked pond close to beaches even had a…
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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.
Stayed there 4 nights, drove to Amelia island about 30 min away.
This place felt like we escaped to another land. My kids called it Jurassic Park.
New pool, pancake breakfast, stuff for kids to do. Only downfall, nothing close to campground. Campground store is self sufficient.
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.
This campground is great. It is close to a lot of cities in Northern Florida, has restrooms, the staff are very nice, and much more. Its great for family camping thanks to the restroom/bathing facilities.