11 RV Parks near Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Florida
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Jacksonville Naval Air Station. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Jacksonville Naval Air Station in the left hand column.
Mar 2017 - $22.00
Check-in was easy and the camp host met us at the park entrance and helped us set up in a pull thru in the lower section near the laundry. Site was gravel, not really level and short. We have a 40' coach with a tow dolly and the site barely fit the coach. Tow dolly had to be placed sideways and partially under the rig and the car was parked sideways. Utilities worked well. Laundry is free. Bath house was cleaned regularly. Biggest annoyance was an obvious squatter in one of the biggest back in sites across from us who used the road in front of the pull thrus like it was his backyard and tossed a football with his kids on the weekends very close to our motorhomes. He also allowed his dog to wander without a leash. He's been there so long that his 5th wheel is in the pics inside the handout the office gives you when you check in. It's also in a pic on the website. I'd love to know what arrangements need to be made in order to squat at a military RV Park for so long that you can treat it like your back yard and why exceptions like this are allowed. - Flippitti
Apr 2016 - $22.00
This was our 3rd visit here and for the first time, we camped in the lower level. Shhh....it's a secret....it's nice and shady! Great back-in site and new pedestals but located mid-way in the space and not clear at the back. This made the sewer hookup dicey and slide came out close, so one basement door not easily accessible. Pull further forward, no parking room for toad; pull further back, not enough extension pipe for sewer. Minor inconvenience in the long run. GREAT WiFi service for free. Bathrooms were clean and new curtains in showers, though could use more hooks and better in-shower hangups for soap. Service was excellent; we told gentleman at check-in friends were coming next day; he made note so they could be close to us. They do NOT reserve specific spaces, but will work to accommodate your needs and desires. Really enjoy this park and we will return. - Too-wow
Feb 2016 - $19.00
Very nice RV park located on NAS Jacksonville base. Close to I-95 and I-295. Many stores located close by. Commissary and exchange on base along with nice indoor and outdoor pool, fitness facility, golf course and bike paths. 5 minute walk from park to marina where kayaks and fishing equipment can be rented. Free laundry. Free wi-fi. Plenty big for our 42' fifth wheel. Located on St.John's River. Stayed here a month and will be back! - travelswithpuppies
May 2017 - $40.00
Nice park but spaces are extremely narrow. Not recommended for big rigs. Our space was a pull through that was easy to get into but impossible to pull out of because there was a bush about 6 inches from our coach in the direction we needed to turn to get out. Impossible to make the turn without destroying both the coach and the bush. So we backed out but this plan worked badly because cars were parked in the way of our exit. These cars have assigned spaces so they are parked there regularly in a way that blocks egress for any but a small RV. They just put everything too close together here in an effort to maximize the land use, but it makes it way too tight for a larger RV. With a small RV I would recommend this place. The management was very nice. - Rodstein
Feb 2017 - $40.00
Like others have said, it is an older place with a lot of long-term people. It is in kind of a commercial area.. not necessarily industrial but more wholesale type commercial businesses. Mobile homes in the back, long-term RVs in the middle, and overnighters in the front. But, it is very clean and well cared for. Grass was mowed and the long term people don't have a bunch of junk piled around like you see a lot of places. They do have plants and patio stuff out but it is all very neat and taken care for. Girl in office was very friendly both on phone and in person. Overnight spot was next to the road but once inside, I didn't hear much. Concrete pads with grass next to it and small picnic table. Wifi worked well. Would not mind spending a night or two here again. - DogFriendlyGuy
Jan 2017 - $40.00
Older Park with few pull through for short term and mostly older long term or Mobil homes. Cable, WiFi, utilities worked well for us. Only here for Mayo Clinic visit and to visit friend. Just a place to park and not "camp." Bathrooms old but functional. Check in personnel very pleasant. Over nites in first row right next to busy road. With windows closed and a/c or heat on, noise kept at minimum. - smitty12
May 2017 - $20.00
We wanted to stay at NAS JAX but they were full. They advised we try the Equestrian Center and we called. THAT is the difficult part. It was hard to reach the right person and then, I was told to fill out the form on their web site and submit. On the form, you not only request a site, but also provide your credit card info. They then contact you by email to let you know about availability. This is a center for horse shows and other events, so they may be full. We were lucky. However, I never received confirmation and called a number of times before finally reaching the RV coordinator (who has many other tasks.) I was told security would have my info at the gate and give me a pass. Security did have a card for the RV but no idea what site. I then had to find someone to come and turn on the electric for whatever site I picked. ALL the staff were polite and helpful; they just are not used to campers coming to stay who are not associated with the events at the center. The sites are large, gravel/grass, fairly level, and well laid out. There were a number of other rigs, all associated with the horse event for that weekend and by Monday AM, we were the only RV in our area. There is a large community indoor heated pool on site and cost is under $2 per person to use the facilities. It was NOT scenic and there are no other amenities available, but since we were visiting family, we did not spend a lot of time there. Biggest problem may be making contact and making payment if you are just traveling through. However, if you are planning to be in the area, consider making reservations in advance and chatting with Candice (RV coordinator) ahead of time to get your site and be assured of a place. - Too-wow
Jun 2017 - $48.00
The staff at Flamingo Lake RV Resort is fantastic. They are well trained and seem to love their job. The Café is wonderful. The food is very good and they deliver to your site. This is a true resort with lots of activities for young and old alike. Everything from BINGO and Karaoke for the older crowd to a fun filled water park for the kids and adventure types. You can fish in the lake. Bass are catch and release. You can keep the pan fish. Just don't take more than you can eat. Jacksonville has gotten a lot of rain in June and there is standing water everywhere. My only complaint with this resort would be that they seem to be spending more and more on great activities and neglecting their roads and sites. At my age, I don't care so much about the water park, but would like to be able to step out of my motorhome and not be in water over my shoes. - Big Blue
Jun 2017 - $45.00
This was a two day stopover in our 44ft coach and tow vehicle. The Good: Staff was friendly and receptive. They offer a Military discount for Active/Retired/ Former Military (with Proof). This was a nice touch and one of the few places that Ive been to that offer this. This is in addition to other typical discounts. This is a big park with a large lake geared for lake activities. Very kid friendly with a lot of lake toys (non- motorized). There are a lot of staff employees who are helpful. They have a restaurant on the lake open for 3 meals a day. Restaurant also has activities like Karaoke. Also have a large Laundry Center. There are a lot of trees and shady sites and Cable Tv that gets some 54 stations. Because of its size and amenities (lake), you should have a reservation. Golf carts are aloud and can be rented from there. The Disappointing: We left a day early. Part of it was the weather- was Raining a lot. (it is Florida in summer) and our site was under water most of the time, tight and not a lot of space between neighbors. There were a lot of sites under water..... This made for a mess. Site pads were paved except in the back 40 where it was hard packed gravel, but also with a nice lake view. They do not give refunds if you leave early. Because the park is a local destination park, there appear to be folks that block or rent their sites for the season. So it makes availability of some spaces non existant. There are also appears to be full timers that take up much of the park. The park is easy to get to off of the interstate and close enough to shopping etc. But, for us the site selection was not very accommodating. I would say if you had a group that included kids or grandkids, they would love it. The park adheres to very strict rules that don't seem to be unrealistic maybe except for all the notices that if you go over 5mph they will ask you to leave. I saw many golf carts who obviously didn't feel it applied to them. - Bigdogsolo
Jun 2017 - $50.00
We have stayed here a few times over the years on our way out of Florida. We agree with the previous posts, it is convenient off the interstate, and it is expensive. It seems to be more and more a permanent resident park, lots of toys, big and little, around the sites. The lake and kid areas are wonderful. Heck, If I was working with a family, I would like to live here. The sites are close together, but your get Wi-Fi and cable. When passing through the area, we will stay here again. - Living the Dream
Sites: 1 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 12 Reviews
Jan 2014 - $15.00
The campground has been closed and is now a fish camp, hardly anyone uses it. Doesn't appear to be a campground anymore. - floridian couple
May 2013 - $10.00
The campground was sold. I could not find the new owners to get details. I do know the campground is currently closed. There is a sign for the bait store. I am not sure what the intent of the new owners is. I live close to this sight and will update when I get more Info - Capn Dave
Mar 2012 - $22.00
Stayed here four nights to explore St. Augustine, which is about 15 miles away. This place is just fine - it's decent, clean, and quiet. Easy in. Good state highways all the way from I-95. Easy entrance but the inside road to the office and check-in narrows near the waterfront. You can turn around and/or get through. We had no trouble with a 36' motorhome and toad. This is really a riverfront fishing camp & campground with mostly dedicated spots for long-term seasonals (like fishermen!). We were directed by a really sweet office girl to the short-term spots on the far end - away from the riverfront. Only problem we had AT ALL was the satellite TV dish wouldn't pick up any signals (we only have a rooftop dish)- too many trees...like that's a bad thing! Our $22 a night rate (total, tax and all) was Passport America (PA), regular rate is $44. VERY few restrictions on the PA, just call them & see! - TheGrandMan
Jun 2017 - $19.00
Very nice military FamCamp. Just a general observation, the Navy seems to have some of the best FamCamps. They are always well maintained and in good locations. Pelican Roost is a good example of this. Pelican Roost is located where the St Johns river empties into the Atlantic Ocean near Jacksonville Florida.
The office personal are very helpful and friendly. The cement patio is on the small side. Just large enough for the aluminum picnic table. Our site was level and had partial shade from palm trees. The down side from having palm trees close was it blocked one of our satellites. Most sites should not have a problem with satellite reception. Shade is a premium here. Water pressure at our site was 38 psi. Sites have green grass that is kept mowed.
Roads are paved and easy to navigate. No large trees or low tree limbs to deal with. The beach is about ½ miles from the RV Park. The beach is not crowded and you can walk for miles on the beach. There are 19 RV sites that directly overlook the St Johns River. The remaining 28 sites are in two rows behind the 19 riverfront sites. All sites face the river. The riverfront sites cost $21 per day and the remaining sites are $19 per day.
Laundry is free and so is the WiFi. The WiFi is offered through GoWiFi. We had some of the best Verizon 4G reception ever here. We did not use the free WiFi here. The community center has free coffee in the morning and free ice all day. It also has a large indoor area with tables and chairs, greet for meetings.
Use the Main Gate located on Mayport Rd. The Gate is covered and is high enough and wide enough for any RV. Use the right lane for both entering and leaving the base. There are not any barriers to navigate when entering or leaving the base. - Rufas
Mar 2017 - $21.00
One of the nicest parks around. Sits on the water and you can watch the ships going in and out. Easy walk to a great beach. The big negative is this park which use to have a max of two weeks stay is now going to allow the six months stay which means it will only be enjoyed by the snow birds that take to the military bases In the winter months and locking up the sites. - jamie1
Feb 2017 - $19.00
Probably one of the nicest parks we have stayed in on a base. It is small, not that many sites, but the view is outstanding. If you like to watch the ships come in and out of port, if you like to walk on the beach and if you like friendly folks, this is the place. Full hook-ups and concrete pads. Reservations fill fast so be sure and plan ahead. The front row is the water view, but we were in a back row and it was still wonderful. The beach is just a short walk or drive away. You can walk for miles on it. Pretty easy on and off base, even with a big rig. And the laundry was free. Not such a big deal, but thoughtful for those of us who needed to do it. The wifi seemed to work well throughout the park for the basics needs. The staff was outstanding! - Magnum34
Jul 2017 - $30.00
for the price they charge they should be cleaning and remodeling bathroom and showers. at the splash part there was trash all over the ground. trash cans full. At the beach there are leash law for dogs. people was letting dogs run loose, no alcohol allowed lady was walking around with frozen bag of alcohol, dog using the bathroom about 10 feet from where i was laying on the beach as i was laying there. life guards said nothing. got up next morning to walk the beach it was a mess, trash,shoes,cloths and trash all over the beach. other than that the camp site was nice loved the beach but for the one day. there should be more patrols on the beach seen (1) in 7 day stay. - Jan59
Jun 2017 - $34.00
You can't beat this park for convenient access to the beach. You have to pay to get into this park (unless you're camping there) so there isn't a very big crowd on the sand. The campground was quiet. The spots are wooded and feel private. - Harringtona1
Jun 2017 - $30.00
This park is owned and operated by the city of Jacksonville. I spent 3 nights in site 22. All of the sites are in a thick oak and palm tree setting, the main roads thru the park are paved. Site 22 was not a good site because it was unleveled and was basically "sugar sand" that you would sink into as you moved about the site. But when I was out on my walks I would see that a number of sites were more level and with firm soil. The campground entrance is only about 1/4 mile from a beautiful beach on the ocean, we did enjoy walks on the beach. The bath houses were normally pretty dirty with shower curtains that looked very old and moldy. But the worse thing I noticed was that the sewer connections at every site extended up vertically and then they had put a 90degree turn in the pipe. Some of these 90's were a couple of inches off the ground and other were 10 to 12 inches off the ground. And every RV that I looked at had their flexible line with a 90 on the end connected to the site 90 which made a dam for the solids. I even saw one site where the park had installed 2 90's right behind each other which ended up with the connection being straight down, not good at all. The power and water was fine , no cable. - trav
May 2016 - $20.00
The main attribute of this park is your at the beach. There are no hook-ups and there is a water fill and a dump station if needed. Most sites are not level, none are paved. It was still cool enough at night to be comfortable but later in the Summer that would not be so and quite hours are from 10PM to 7AM! We enjoyed are stay and will be back in the Fall, would not stay here in the Summer.
This is not a state park, it is a county/city park run by the City of Jacksonville which is also Duval county! - ournextstop
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
Jul 2017 - $54.00
The CG is easy access from I-95 with internal paved roads and concrete sites. Internal roads are quite narrow but we were able to get into, around, and out of the campground with our car attached to our 45ft MH. We stayed on a Sunday and the office was closed. They did however, leave our material at the office and we found our site without difficulty. Our rig just fit end-to-end and we were able to keep the car attached. The grounds were a bit ragged when we were there. Trash had not been picked up at sites and the grass was quite long. We noticed though, that the grass between sites was quite wet as they had recently had significant rain. Utilities were well placed and worked. They have free Wifi and we were able to get connected. The speed however was extremely slow and made it effectively useless. Our hotspot was good enough for gently internet surfing. Not may trees in the park so most sites are satellite friendly and we had good sat and OTA reception. As noted previously, it is on the flight path for Jacksonville airport. We did hear some planes pass over but we did not find it annoying. There was not flight noise at night. Did not use the rest room or laundry facilities so cannot comment on that. - LvR
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Recently purchased by Sun Resorts, this RV park is undergoing major well-needed improvements. They have a temporary trailer featuring 3 restroom/showers for 250 sites. About 80% of the park is occupied by semi permanent residents and the other 20% allocated to transients. The transient pull through sites seem to all be located closest to the entrance and amenities. Sites are fine but they are in need pavement as there are lots of cracks. No shade in the park. Easy on and off the highway. Easy paved roads and sites. Priced too high without the PA discount given the quality of the park. We will stay here again in our motorhome. - lmg
Jul 2017 - $44.00
Campground is undergoing serious renovations. There were no restroom/showers available but they did have temporary stations set up. We had no need to use them so couldn't say how well they worked. The sites are all pull through. We camped in 40' motor home towing a truck. I suggest disconnecting before going to your site. FHP worked well plenty of cable stations and yes lots of airplane noise, but you tune it out pretty quickly. Great overnight stop. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Apr 2017 - $24.00
Stayed in site 28. My trailer a bullet premier 23'. Site was tight, but I could get trailer and trick in. Fire ring is moveable. Picnic table moveable. Most have poles for clothes line etc. with water and electric close to each other, 30 amp and 15amp plugs. Site was level ,but brush and tree limbs close by. Road in is narrow. Largest trailer I saw was a 24', many tents and pop ups. Campground has code gate. Access to beach is across highway A1A where front gate is located and check in. Board Way, picnic area and bath house by beach parking lot. - Rolltideroll
Mar 2017 - $24.00
Nice campground on the marsh with a great beach side area as well for day use (no camping). Our site #37 was pull through, but very few of the sites are big rig friendly, and many have overhanging tree limbs that would be problematic for any rig other than a tent. The sites nearest the pier and boat launch parking will accommodate larger rigs, but the park roads are narrow, unpaved (very dusty), and are not one-way only. Also, at many of the sites the water is on the opposite side and well away from the electric hookup. Ours was 30-35 feet away, so be prepared with a spare 25' water hose! Groceries are over 30 minutes away going North or South on A1A. The Harris Teeter at Fernandina Beach was horrible and we opted to just drive south for everything. Sand dollar restaurant south of the park was excellent. Good Verizon coverage and full range of OTA channels. Lots of historical sites nearby and great biking along the beachside. - Chipper229
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Talbot State Park is divided into Big Talbot and Little Talbot, which is the further south of the two, and actually has camping. Little Talbot itself is divided by FL A1A with the Ranger Station, check-in, and Atlantic beach access to the east, and camping and river access to the west side of the road behind a gate.
Our low service marks are due to the borderline rude ranger working the evening shift the first night. All of the other rangers we encountered were very pleasant.
This site is mixed RV/tent access, and some tent campers had last used our site leaving the fire-ring in the middle of the RV slot. Not an issue, but always a reminder to inspect your site before you back up.
We did have a humorous encounter with some other campers while here. Across from our site is the park's "ampitheater" and is marked with a sign that closely resembles the universal wi-Fi icon. While chatting with a couple walking their four legged friends, they commented that at least we were at the end of the park with the wi-Fi. My wife pleasantly told them that the wifi didn't work at this location, so they weren't missing out on anything. - Hyperoxic