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Our family visits this place at least 2 times a year. It beautiful with great sites and many activities that include the pond/lake, archery that the kids and I like. Many trails for hiking or biking.
We love this park. It's beautiful and well maintained. The employees are out and about all day working. The trees are stunning with the spanish moss. There are great walking and biking trails. You can easily walk or bike to Driftwood beach (turn right out of CG) which is a must. We were at B10, a…
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What a great campground! The lake is beautiful. The laundry free. And close to St. Marys. There is fishing, hiking and riding trails. We saw lightening bugs, armadillos, and many different waterfowl. All the sites are paved with full hook-up. Love it here.
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This is a good campground divided into 2 loops. Many pull throughs. We had site #12 which was gigantic. All the sites are open to your neighbors. Small park with a few trails, small pond, and farm. The farm was great with chickens, sheep, donkey and horse. On our visit there were 3 day old lambs!!…
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What a great place to camp! They have a bird sanctuary on site. You can ride bikes all over the island. Driftwood beach is a very cool place. There is so much to do!
The campground was just a bit tight for my preferences as a tent camper (especially as it was fully booked over a holiday—Thanksgiving—weekend), but we still had a great time. We rented a Jon boat, which let us see a lot of the park. Would definitely return.
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We stopped here for one night on our way to Savannah. I would give the staff service 5 stars - very friendly and the chocolate chip cookies were a lovely touch. We were hoping to enjoy some star gazing but unfortunately it was too cloudy. The wildflowers and the upkeep of the place was great! I…
Our site was slightly uneven, but leveling was a snap. Large site and trees between sites provided privacy. Not too many other campers. The bathrooms were spotless. The bugs were fierce, particularly the yellow flies. The boardwalk by the Trading Post is a nice walk, and we saw a barred owl.
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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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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Short weekend to get away. Campground was very quiet and peaceful. Will definitely go back! Campground host and volunteers are great.
Loop #1 one is some what on the primitive side. Washed out dirt round makes the loop. The sites have water and power but maybe unlevel and seem to be not…
I’ve been camping at General Coffee for over 10 years and I’ll never stop coming back. The heritage farm is worth it just by itself, but it doesn’t stop there. The trails are long enough to get a nice workout in and the cabins are beautiful! I’ve only ever stayed in the cabins but I’m sure the tent…
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We just got back from 4 nights at this campground and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. We were disapointed in our site, as it was on a corner, with a really odd shape, while there were TONS of empty spaces the entire time, but it wasn't that big of a deal. It was a bit of a drag not having a sewer…
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Very quiet park, well spaced sites. We really enjoyed this park. We took the ferry to Cumberland Island from St. Mary’s for the day and hiked. Highly recommend doing this trip. Also nice nature trials within park, not well maintained but we enjoyed them.
I had difficulty booking online so called, and was told this campground is for groups of 15 or more only.