Lisa E.

The Dyrt Pro

Fernandina Beach, FL

Joined October 2020

First to Review
Spanish Moss , Croaking Frogs and Hooting Owls

We spent two February nights in Hutch Gibson County Park & Boat Ramp. The park is on the banks of the Suwannee River and the trees are dripping with Spanish moss. The camp host was friendly and the campground was clean and peaceful. It had rained a lot the week before making the water too high for the boat ramp to be open. I’m sure the park is much busier when the ramp isn’t closed. The restrooms and showers are centrally located. The RV sites have electric and water and most have fire rings. There are also several pavilions with power and we saw a couple with tent campers occupying them. There were campers in travel trailers, tents, SUVs, a Skoolie, and a van, so everyone is welcome! Including pets! I’m including a picture with rates!