We stayed here this weekend and had a blast. The campsites are located walking distance to the water. It wasn’t at all crowded and the campsite had a decent amount of privacy. Dogs are allowed at the campsite but not on the beaches or coastlines. Fernandina Beach is a cool town with tons to do! We stayed at an RV site with power and water. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained. We are already planning our next trip here (without our dogs).
We camped here back in August and had a blast! We brought our two dogs and they also had a great time. This site is very dog friendly (obviously), with many sites having their own fenced in yards. We opted for a site without a fence, which we regretted once we got there. The gravel at our site was painful for our dog’s feet and they had a hard time walking on it. The dog parks made up for this! There are multiple large dog parks located at the campground. The restrooms were awesome, but are single person use only. We felt like we were the only ones using them (that’s how well maintained they were). Campsites are close together but we didn’t mind. The staff was great, they helped us find our site and even helped us back our camper in. There was power and water hookup at each site. There is tons of stuff to do around the area too. Chimney Rock and Lake Lure are right around the corner and SO FUN.
We tent camped here back in March and absolutely LOVED IT. The trails were well maintained and accessible from the campsite. The bathrooms were clean and close by. The sites can be close together but I still felt like we had plenty of privacy. The visitors center is also close by! Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get floor permits due to weather-but the other hikes and wineries close by kept us busy. Each site has electrical hookups, fire pit, and a water pump. We can’t wait to go back!
I stayed at the Suwannee River State Park at the beginning of February. Getting there and getting set up was very easy! Each spot had a fire ring and picnic table. There were tons of hikes and things to look at and do. We even canoed we he Suwannee and were picked up at our campsite and paddled back to the park- so fun and easy! The spots were a bit close together with little privacy. The bathrooms were clean and conveniently located. There were lots of friendly dogs as well!
I really enjoyed Tomoka state park! The outpost was so fun! They have their own beer brewed for them, which was very tasty. You can rent kayaks and canoes via the outpost. The sites are private but not far from the neighboring sites. The road isn’t paved and can be quite bumpy during/after rain. I recommend bringing a bike to get around. The walk from the campsite to the outpost/water can be a trek without one.
Had a great time at this campsite! We were able to select our own site-which was pretty cool. We stayed for 4 nights. It was very buggy after a rain storm, but we were prepared for that prior to our stay. There is no electrical hook up, so be prepared with lights/batteries etc… It can also be very dark, so if you don’t have many flashlights or light functions, I recommend staying close to the bathrooms. It was quiet and the campsite was large. Would definitely go again!