9 RV Parks near Keystone Heights, Florida
Jan 2017 - $20.00
Had not been to this park in five or more years. It seems to be in better shape than it was my last stay. Staff and volunteers were nice. The park it self is very clean and in good repair. Lots of trails and a deep gorge, deep for Florida anyway. We will be back. - Wink
Oct 2016 - $26.00
Stayed here a couple of nights. We were on a new ADA site that was concrete, otherwise sites are a packed sand/rock/coral. OTA tv was good with about 20 channels; however, Verizon was spotty 2 bars Max 3G with occasional 4G. Area is somewhat remote, but that is part of the charm. Very well kept and clean. We would stay here again. - jtl2
Mar 2016 - $27.00
We try to camp here once a year. The lake is back open after years of being closed due to low water levels. There is a sandy beach area for swimming and canoe rentals are very reasonable. This is a park where the bathrooms and showers are always clean enough that we all shower in them instead of in the camper. Staff is continuously riding around so the park is VERY clean. On our last trip we had our Girl Scouts out and it was very challenging for them to find ANY litter to pick up, LOL! The trails are a highlight here. There are large ravines and streams with heavy shade. Very cool and scenic hike. - FloridaRVfamily
Mar 2014 - $90.00
We stayed here during a NHRA event. The park has deteriorated markedly since we were last here. A large number of sites are blocked because their electrical service is unreliable. The lights have failed and not been repaired. The park accepts any type of vehicle and many of the long term residential units would not be welcome in most parks. The park used to be gated but the gate failed. Instead of fixing the gate, a bypass was created. I guess the reason the park is failing is that unless you need a place to live, there is no reason for stopping here. - Ras2
May 2013 - $35.00
Excellent park. Stopped here with friends on the way to a rally and stopped again on the way back home. The park manager was extremely friendly and helpful. Nice and clean sites. Would definitely come back again when in the area. - adhowell0709
Apr 2009 - $36.00
Enjoyed our stay. Paved roads, paved sites and patios. Bathrooms were immaculate. This is a new park. Grass was neat and trimmed. The overall setting is very enjoyable. Managers were friendly and helpful and went out of their way to make sure we had directions to RV parts store which we needed and (of course) WalMart which is only about 7 or 8 miles away. There is a restaurant and an Arby's within walking distance and many other places to eat not far away. Gas and diesel is available just outside of the park. We will definitely be stopping here when traveling on Hwy 301. Much better traveling through Florida than fast-paced, hectic I-75. We prefer to "stop and smell the roses"! - Godwin
Feb 2017 - $30.00
The park overall isn't too bad however, what is NOT disclosed is the Pilot truck stop right next door. The WiFi was lacking, couldn't even get on Facebook without getting knocked off. The water pressure was poor at best. If we were camped in the back of the property we would be somewhat happier, the trucks running all night long was an issue. - dawatson
Jan 2017 - $30.00
Clean, decent park. Site was decent, park overall is rather crowded and owners are selective about where they put various types of rigs. Claim to be kid-friendly but after 2.5 months I must heartily disagree. Catering mostly to snowbirds, if you have a family and travel, this is not the park for you. If you want little activity and don't like children, check in. They managed to alienate three families during our stay and made us so uncomfortable entertaining nonsense complaints that we chose to depart. - Pentecostal Mom
May 2016 - $40.00
New owners. Very friendly, very helpful! Great staff. Making Lots of improvements. Lots of music events coming to pavilion.
Clean showers/bathrooms. New laundry. New bathrooms/showers under construction. Nice park! - Lucy49
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Sites are very wide and long. Park is big and full. Lots of traffic noise but park itself is quiet. Many sites are grass, with a little gravel in driveway. Concrete patios. We had a paved site. WiFi is poor but other utilities are fine. Many permanent residents who all seem to know each other but we never saw people on either side to speak to. - padre
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Clean and felt welcome by all was escorted to my site and showed all hook up's. - jamie1
Dec 2016 - $39.00
This KOA Kampground is clean, safe and quiet. It offers lots of amenities such as a pool, horseshoes, shuffleboard, a playground, and a dog walk area. The staff was helpful and friendly. The campground has lots of trees, but they are cut high enough not to scratch your roof. Mix of driveables, towables, cabins, and permanent homes. The roads are tight, but staff escorts you to your site. Kids and pets are welcome.
Our campsite was #84 and was a pull through site. It was a paved site with a concrete pad and picnic table dedicated to our spot. We had full hookups including sewer and 50 amp service. The site was mostly level with a slight slope on each side to avoid pooling water. Other spots are grass. The wi-fi reached our camping spot as they have repeaters set up around the site; however, it was slow during the day and VERY SLOW at night when more people were using it. Our AT&T mobile & data service was excellent, though. They also offer free cable, which we did not use.
Getting into the campground with our 40' 5th Wheel was very tight as there is a fence around a couple of small cabins that we came very close to swiping; however, my husband is a great maneuverer and he did great. Note to driver: swing wide right, watch your left side.
They have a laundry room, restrooms and recreation room on site but we did not use any of those services. Store is sparsely stocked, but is open 8am-8pm. There is a dumpster for trash on the way out of the campground and a recycling can for aluminum cans only.
This is a great location for access to necessities. It is right off highway 301, but we didn't hear highway noise. Grocery stores, gas stations (with diesel), and Walmart are located less than 5 minutes away.
The only negative: There are train tracks nearby that you can hear the loud, sometimes never-ending whistle at all hours of the day and night, but not often.
We would definitely stay here again, even with the train noise. - QueenBeeQT
5629 SR 16 West Camp Blanding National Guard Post, Florida 32091 (map) | (904) 682-3104
Sites: 100 | Latest Rate: $23.00 | 3 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $23.00
There are actually 3 campgrounds in Camp Blanding. The first and third are for self contained trailers, 5th wheels and motorhomes. The second is the only one that has bathrooms. We stayed in the 3rd one which is just a very large parking lot with concrete (very long and wide) sites. VERY easy to back into and get around. The sites on the left are sitting next to a hill. The sites on the right as you enter sit nearest the lake. All clean, all with electric, sewer, fire ring, picnic table and grill. Plenty of room to park the unit and tow vehicle. Staff very friendly, but did not know till arrival that the boat ramps are closed till February or March 2017. One draw back to this campground, if you are in the sites on the right as you enter, the walkways to the lake are on the same side. It seems that some people like to walk and even drive their ATV's through your site even under your canopy to get to the walkways. RUDE...RUDE! However, it is a nice quite place to sit back and relax as long as you take precautions with camp materials! With this being the ONLY thing wrong I give it...Two thumbs up!! - Tricia31
Mar 2013 - $24.00
This is a great park, nicely shaded along a lake front. I was only staying one night and didn't want to unhitch so the concrete pad on space 11 was great. I arrived late. As far as I could tell, and from the info from other campers, there wasn't a shower and restroom facility anywhere nearby available. Aside from that it was top notch. I would stay again. To get there, enter the main gate on Hwy 16, then make the first left, then an immediate first right down to the water front, then turn left and follow the shoreline for about 2 miles. - Colorado Vagabond
Jan 2011 - $20.00
Military / National Guard ONLY. Must enter at main gate on Rt. 16 - don't believe guidance from GPS to go to other gates. Many sites spread out over three camp grounds overlooking lake. Many nicely shaded sites. Many boaters were at camp. "New" camp ground is best with nice concrete pads and shade. Difficult to reserve by phone - office closed on weekends and after 16:00. About 1/2 way between Jacksonville and Gainesville. Out in the country and quiet. - TravelerRog
Feb 2004 - $22.00
New Owners. Golf course is closed as of this post 1-13-06. No Passport America discounts available with new owners. Rates have gone up. Swimming pool closed. - planegm
Mar 2017 - $29.00
Too many ATV riders and too many folks who refuse to abide by park rules. Most of the ATV riders watched their speed while in the park but some drove way too fast. Others had radios/music players that were way too loud. There were several non-ATV campers who let their dogs run loose, which is c9ncern for those of us with small dogs...which we keep leashed as we're supposed to. The 50 A campsites range from somewhat unlevel to impossibly uneven. The 30 A sites are somewhat better . Since the weather was cool during our stay we were able to get by with less current but in hot weather this would have been a real problem. The clubhouse is very roomy and recently renovated. - dhaney1944
Mar 2017 - $30.00
First off - this is now a KOA Park so the listing title is a little bit off. We visit KOA's often when we travel. This location is definitely different. The sites are much larger than normal for a KOA. However, this location is in the Ocala National Forest and the nearest town (Silver Springs/ Ocala) is over 20 miles away - so come fully stocked with supplies. This KOA easily supports big rig RV's. This appears to be a 'go-to' destination for ATV enthusiasts since it joins into well over 100 miles of ATV trails in the National Forest. The only downside is the location of the water, sewer and power hookups. Whom ever originally laid out this park clearly had some weird ideas. Nearly all the sites have sewer on one side and power and water on the other side. Most modern RV's have all hook ups on the 'drivers' side. Therefore, make sure you have sewer and water hose extension with you. Other than that - this is a really nice park and worth the drive. - rv time
Mar 2017 - $30.00
This is a large park on the edge of the Ocala National Forest & very close to Lake Oklawaha. Not sure if the park has access to the lake shoreline. This park does attract many ATV owners to ride the trails in the national forest. Sites are grass/sand covered. Some sites are shady & some sites are sunny. There are also some privately owned sites that usually have some improvements on them (pavers/patios) that are not available. There are some sites that are reasonably level, but many sites that are unlevel to varying degrees. The power pedestals/water connections are at the back of the sites. The sewer connection on many lots are an unusually long distance from the pad site. Electric worked well, but water pressure was very low. Cable tv is only available in the clubhouse. We turned our OTA antenna to 210* & were able to receive the 4 major networks in HD. Wifi worked well in the mornings, but was very slow in the evenings. Baths & showers were very clean. Laundry room appears to have been recently remodeled, but only has 4 washers & 2 dryers. The clubhouse is a large building that contains a pool table, cornhole boards, & a nice looking pool outside. It's 21 miles to Walmart in Palatka. This trip includes a 3 mile stretch of unpaved road. Inquire at the office for directions. The roads in the park are all paved. The staff was very friendly & helpful. - c lewis
Mar 2017 - $13.00
Very clean campground and facilities! Phase one loop is grass and gravel sites with a bath house and boat ramp for the lake. Also has pavilions for lunch or just relaxing. Tent area also in its own area......We stayed in the second phase which consists of two sides with a huge hill between. The bath house and 2 washers and dryers are on the front side, along with the handicap concrete sites. Electric 30 & 50 amp and water only sites. Dump station is onsite near the exit to campground. Lots of hiking and bike trails to check out. About 10 miles to Palatka and the St Johns river. - LaMonte
Sep 2016 - $26.00
This was our second time staying in the park. Everything was clean and the staff was friendly. They are cost cutting so no soap in the women's bathroom (men's bathroom had soap) and no fans running (unless they are cleaning). Bring your kayak, bring your fishing poles and/or boat, bring your bikes, and bring your hiking shoes. There are many places in and out of the park to enjoy outdoor recreation. The town of Palatka is about 10 miles away and has everything you forgot to bring. St. John's River is not far. No Internet or tv reception (unless you have a satellite, which we don't). Sites are roomy and shaded. They also offer tent camping, but watch out for the rattlesnake. We only saw him once and he was a beauty. - bicyclecampers
Mar 2016 - $25.00
In Section 2, the bathroom is on the side of the campground near the Handicapped sites. The other side of the campground, near the canal has to walk around the hill in between the 2 roads. All sites in this section have curbs that you drive over to get into your site. The curbs made it hard to use my mobility scooter to visit friends - I could get over the curb into the site but had a very hard time getting back to the road. Sites on the canal side are shady. - pegdiver
Mar 2013 - $24.00
The name says it all. This is an access to two lakes. There is a boat ramp, docks and bait and tackle shop. The RV sites are grass with a small concrete pad for a patio/picnic table. The longer term residents are friendly and helpful as is the owner/manager. It is pretty much out in the country surrounded by Wildlife Management Areas and close by a state park. We would stay here again if in the Gainesville area. - trailertraveler