Jenn B.
Fleming Island, FL
Joined May 2019
Avid weekend camper
Bucket List Park

We loved finally getting to go! We’ve had our camping trip booked for months and it was worth it. The campground is in a separate location from the spring head. With our camping pass we were able to get into the springs with it as it covers both. We went early to the spring so there weren’t many people there which was nice. It’s chilly, but the swimming was perfect. Later we launched our kayaks from the campground. The River is full of Tibet’s and boaters, but we saw lots of wildlife while out on the water. Later we went back to the spring head to explore. Many people were swimming and cooking out on the large lawn. Just have to plan your trip around the type of person you are. We loved this state park.

Family Fun

This State Park has it all. There is plenty to do for the kids and the campground is clean and well kept. The sites are well spaced out. Between the beach and the fort there is plenty to do. The kids were asking to go back before we left!

We will be back!

This is one of the BEST state parks we have been to in Florida. As a family of 5 it was an amazing time and the kids want to go back. The fort is informative and the kids had a blast discovering it. The beach is clean and secluded. The River Campground is amazing. If tent camping, I suggest you don’t camp at the tent only sites.

Back Country in Florida

Jennings is a quiet hiking area with hammock camping and regular camping. There are many well marked trails that run through the site as well as a fishing area and grills near the parking lot. The camping is hike in.

Camping Near the beach

We love Anastasia! This campground has a few small hiking trails, parking near the beach, a playground, and a small store with a grill/restaurant attached. The beach is pristine and has easy access. You can walk down around the Cape for some good exercise.

Fun to be Had!

This resort is a fun trip to take with the kids. The sites are packed and close together but the amenities and incredible water slides make up for it.


This is an absolutely gorgeous park. As the gateway to the Appalachian Trail, the hiking and views here are incredible.

Quiet and Kid Friendly

We camped here in the fall and the kids had a great time. Our site was right on the lake so the kids had a great time playing in the water for something to to. We could hang our hammocks and the paved roads allowed for the kids to ride their bikes. It was peaceful and we would go again!

Gorgeous St. Auggie Camping

This park has it all. A beach store and grill, campsites, small hiking trails, and miles of wonderful beach. The dunes are amazing. This is truly a best kept secret!

Gorgeous Wildlife

Many opportunities to spot wildlife close by. The camp is frequented by college students. Bathrooms are clean. Plenty of hiking to be found. Buffalo, deer, eagles, alligators, owls….Visit Sweetwater.

Love love love

We have stayed here many times. In cabins or in tent. We like to hike which there is plenty of m. Canoe which they rent. Firewood is available.

Great camping

Great cheap camping and free spot to hike and drop your kayak

We love this place.

We camp and hike here ALL the time. Canoeing, hiking, picnicking and just plain relaxing are on the top of the list. Cleanest bathrooms and quietest camping. Ample space between.

Tree Heaven

We camped here for a weekend. There are many bugs and raccoons so beware. The driftwood beach is stunning and worth the entire trip.

Kayaking In the Spring

We spent a day trip here to kayak in the run and then swim afterwards. The park does rentals in the store very easily and picks you up at the end. The.m mill and grounds are worth visiting.

Kids love it

We have camped here twice. Once with kids and once without. The spaces are close together without much vegetation. The bathrooms leave much to be desired. There is a ROBUST raccoon population as well. The springs are refreshing to swim in and the kids loved swimming there.

Sandy Oasis

This park has many different options for a camper. There aren’t many hiking trails but kayaking and biking are the top things to do. There is an amazing outpost store that sells beer on tap. The campground it quiet, but watch out for ticks!

Great Family Campground

Wonderfully quiet. Store where you can rent canoes. Dock to go fishing. River is quiet and deer Comte right through your campsite.

Quiet camp with amazing kayaking

We camped here for a weekend in the spring. It has a serene hiking trail and is a wonderful spot to kayak. It is quiet and peaceful. Lots of birds.