6 Parks near Jacksonville, Florida
Mar 2016 - $87.00
Great family park with most transit sites gravel and sand. They have many access points for internet but none would last more than 10 minutes and once disconnected their router would not have any addresses. - jfred
Feb 2016 - $45.00
We stayed here for a few nights on our way from Key West to Myrtle Beach. While we knew in advance that we would be visiting during the 'off' season, we still very much enjoyed our stay. We enjoyed a wonderful site - directly on the water - numerous staff stopped by to ensure we felt happy with our location, and to see if we required any assistance. From check in to waving farewell, everyone here remained friendly, helpful and professional.
During the warmer months, the place becomes a beehive of activity scheduling events and activities every day of the week. Whether you plan to spend a few days or an entire season, you'll enjoy this park. - Todd and Heather
Feb 2016 - $47.00
OK overall, second time staying here. Two week stay. Easy access to 295 beltway. Office staff is rude. I cannot stress that enough. Two ladies were talking to each other and would not even acknowledge me waiting to check in until they finished their story. The escort service to our site is a plus. Cafe onsite, i had a cheese burger and the bottom bun was very soggy, Breakfast was good. Nice lake to walk around. Weak WiFi, good cable. The south side of park is gravel/mud/dirt with big pot holes that need attention. Stay on the cafe side if you can. Many full timers sites are very junky with unsightly tarps (camo, blue, grey, brown) covering things and very cluttered. Some very old run down campers. management needs to address this ASAP. The park could be so much nicer with "proper management" and maintenance. Owners take note. - Arnold Trout
Jan 2016 - $35.00
This RV Park has 10 cement, very tight pull-thru overnight sites in front of RV Park facing very noisy/busy Highway 1. The other 90 back in sites are monthly type permanent sites directly behind the front pull-thrus. All utilities including cable TV are strong with good location. Other than being very noisy the park is located 20 mins from downtown Jacksonville and 20 minutes from Mayo Clinic. Maintenance workers are constantly cleaning leaves, mowing grass and trimming bushes so park is clean but older. - RJourney
Nov 2015 - $35.00
This is a good place to stay if you have things to attend to in Jacksonville. This Park is about 20-25 min from Mayo Clinic and the heavy traffic goes the opposite way in the morning and the evening. The staff is pleasant and helpful Nevertheless this is an older park mostly populated with permanent residents mostly in fairly old units. The sites for overnight users are in the front of the park. They are quite close together. The hookup are satisfactory. We would stay here again, for it is the most convenient place for activities in Jacksonville or points east of the city. - hoppytoad
Sep 2014 - $35.00
We stayed here for 3 nights. It's right in Jacksonville so it was close to where we needed to be. The majority of the park is either mobile homes or long-term RVers. The front of the park is for the short-termers. The staff is very friendly and all the amenities worked fine. The lots are pretty small so our neighbor's awning was almost touching our slides. Fleetwood advertises free wifi but during our stay it was unusable. Either it would not let us on or else once on, it wouldn't let us do much surfing before it stopped working. The RV park is located right off a main road so there is a fair bit of road noise and there's a train that passes nearby in the early mornings. If you're a light sleeper the noise may bother you. We'd probably stay at a different rv park a little further from Jacksonville the next time we're in the area. - LifeRebooted
Jan 2010 - $17.00
Huguenot is a Jacksonville "City" Park located at the mouth of Saint Johns River. We love this primitive river side campground and have been camping here for years. RV's will need a low noise generator. Bring your bug spray. The showers and bathrooms are currently in poor condition but in working order. Weekdays are quiet but the locals pack in for the beach and party during the summer weekends. We consider the weekend party part of the charm and join in. - MIL-SAT
Nov 2009 - $17.00
Primitive sites that are quiet except for the ships coming in over the night. It was a foggy night so they were doing their horn blasts. The bugs were very bad. - kurt111
Jun 2007 - $7.00
We camped at Huguenot State Park on the drive back north from DisneyWorld. The park is primitive and very natural. We had site 14 which was a corner site with a beautiful view of the bay. The kids enjoyed catching hermit crabs by the shoreline. The ocean beach is a short drive away where you can park on the beach. The beach is nice and the water was very warm but we noticed a person letting their dog use the ocean to do its business in front of the lifeguard, yuk. The bathrooms were very dirty and there were kids partying all night long. Normally this is not a problem but without electric and AC on an 80 degree night the windows have to be open. Didn't see a ranger once except when checking out. The dump station was also out of order when we were checking out so we had to drive with dirty tanks until we found a station at Camping World in Savannah. Overall the campground is nice but I wouldn't consider camping in Florida in the summer again without electric and AC. - GaryKPA
Feb 2016 - $34.00
Upon arrival we were offered opportunity to unhook and visit campground to determine site space (recommend). It is good that we did as many sites indicated on map by length would not accommodate our big rig with slides. We found many level sandy sites that would and enjoyed a quiet week amongst full canopy of palms, oaks and pines as no satellite but 20 antenna stations. Roads narrowly paved, new full hookups at all sites, leaves and palm branches covered sandy sites, mostly level, 5 minutes from beach. Will definitely return if in Jacksonville area. - RJourney
Nov 2015 - $30.00
We are full timers so we prefer a little more grass and concrete and not so much sand and dirt. Other than that it is like a typical state park campground. A bit overgrown and by Monday the restrooms are usually a mess.
The beach was very nice and the lake was good for canoeing and fishing. The spaces were spacious for our 37 ft fifth wheel, truck and car. The picnic tables should have been replaced a few years ago.
The main reason for the low ratings is that we were there when Mayport and Kathryn Abbey park had a record rain fall of 13.5 inches in 24 hours. Mud everywhere and a river running under our camper. (not the parks fault of course). Not one person came around to see if we were OK or if we needed some help but as soon as I threw some of our muddy mats and rugs over a tree branch to hose them off attempting to dig ourselves out it did not take long before they left us a nasty note to get our stuff out of their trees.
Not privately owned and the city employees have nothing invested. I get it!!!! - digger2280
Sep 2015 - $34.00
The park itself looks well cared for...right up till you get to the campground. The store looks abandoned, the laundry was removed leaving the plumbing hanging on the wall. Campground is laid out in a wooded area and could be beautiful. However they have left downed branches laying around everywhere. Never saw park employees, camp volunteers were evident and doing a good job keeping sites clear and fire pits clean. Campground is located between the ocean and the lake, with no view of either. Was a little put off by the Strip Club at the entrance next to the elementary school. Will be back to the area, but will find a different park. - 3dognights
Apr 2016 - $14.00
Unbelievably beautiful foliage in this park, but that beauty comes with narrow passage on the bumpy roads in the campground. Big rigs need not apply. Our 26' fifth wheel made it, but larger (especially taller) rigs would have difficulty. We stayed one night on the way south, and liked the park so much, we booked two nights during our return trip. We enjoyed that stay so much, we then booked a two week stay next spring. I think that says it all. - HabaneroMike
Oct 2015 - $16.00
I really wish I could rate this higher and maybe if we had came at another time it would've been different. This was around the time of a passing hurricane so the camp area was mushy wet from the abnormally high tides just going out, the picnic table had so much algae on it that it wasn't useable at all. Other camp sites had standing water around the tents, thank goodness we had a travel trailer! You couldn't use enough bug spray, the mosquitos had rib cages..but we made the best of it for the time we were there. There was a nearby boat ramp to the marsh area and the beach area wasn't that far of a drive. You could also rent kayaks up the road. - 2Austins
Aug 2015 - $12.00
Nice small park. Well kept. CG entrance and loop road a little rough. Campsites vary in privacy from sparse to very good. All shaded, level. Has small hiking trail, marina and pier at campground and larger hiking trail at the beach area. 2 mile bike trail. Good beach, picnic facilities and playground. Convenient cg to other associated parks and sites in area, J'Ville, Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach. Really enjoyed our stay here. - GDoug
Apr 2016 - $45.00
A large, no frills park with nice-sized pull-thrus. Each site has a stone table and benches. There is no dog run , but the noring flea market has huge grassy areas and there are openings in the fence. Wifi was a bit slow. - Dreaming
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Easy access. Desk clerk nice.
Noisy, dumpy surroundings.
Tip: come in late in the day and leave early in the morning, it does serve that purpose...... - LynnMc
Apr 2016 - $27.00
Site size may be a little off. The site we were put on, 109, just barely fit us and we're 58' and the same for our friends on 108, and the width of the pad is approx 20' not 40'.
Pads are in need of some repair, ours was broken and very uneven right at the bottom of our steps. - Michelle & Ann