16 Parks near St Marys, Georgia
Jan 2017 - $45.00
We stayed at this park for a week and had a fantastic time. The park is clean and the staff is friendly. The only complaint I had were the roosters! The park has free-range chickens, and the rooster starts crowing at about 4 am and doesn't stop until the sun comes up. Sleep with a fan by your head or bring some ear plugs, because I was woken up early for the first few days.
Our dogs loved the fenced in dog park at the back of the property. They could run around and play off leash, which was very nice. The laundry and the restrooms were very clean, and we had no problem getting packages delivered to the park.
There is a small bar just steps away from the park. We went there one night and met the locals and got some great recommendations about what to do in the area (which I will share with you in the tip section!) - Sweetcornprincess
Nov 2016 - $39.00
We stayed at the park for 6 days. We had planned on staying at another park that we had used in the past but it was full. So called this park and was accommodated with a large site and friendly service. Would stay here again. - Camper1948
Oct 2016 - $20.00
An overnight stop for traveling I95, we have used this campground before and like it. Always prefer to use the Passport America parks rather than Walmarts, truck stops, etc. whenever possible. Nice people run the park and the sites are level concrete while interior roads are asphalt and nice. - Dat
Dec 2016 - $33.00
Great park, only a few miles off I95, just past the Navel Sub Base. Park is large, very well kept, all paved roads, gravel, level, large sites. All sites have water and electric, 2 well placed bath houses with laundy. I view this park as big rig friendly, based on the assumption you know how to handle what your driving, we have a 42' fifth wheel and had no issues. Verizon signial was good, over air TV was good, dish could be tricky in some areas. They have cable but it doesn't always work well. Lots of trails and great walking and biking. We would stay again. - fulltime5er
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Nice state park with boat ramp on the Crooked River. Mostly empty campground in early August with good paved roads and some pull-thrus.
Park includes marked kayak trails on Crooked River with mini golf and a playground for kids. Our site had great views of the river at sunset. Sites are treed, but we managed to get satellite reception which was good as the normal cable was knocked out by an earlier storm. - Appleknocker
Apr 2016 - $32.00
We really enjoyed this beautiful park and campground, and hope to return. At first we expect to be assigned a spot, so found the whole "select your own" a bit daunting. But, shortly we found a very nice site, in fact I think they are all pretty nice. The bathrooms were very nice. We were surprised to see a State Park with Cable TV, the disappointed that the system was not working. We enjoyed the great birding and the trails. We were disappointed that the Nature Center was closed during our two day visit, and that no one on the staff could help us with tree identification. We found the electric and water to work quite well for us. - Bernalillo_Girl
Feb 2017 - $16.00
Being unable to get a reservation back in December, we instead reserved at a park up the road which turned out to be unworkable. I called Eagle Hammock while we were still at the other campground and got lucky with a very nice overflow spot for 4 nights. It was on the grass next to the end space on E row. The only inconvenience was having 30 amps instead of 50 but we were able to manage. OTA TV was very good. Great walking paths around the lake. Everything is very clean and neat. There were severe thunderstorms but the rain didn't cause any problems for the grassy site. The park manager was wonderful. We would love to stay again. - all4pets
Jan 2017 - $19.00
Starting at Front gate with the courteous & helpful security staff, it only got better. Easy to locate, easy to maneuver. The FC staff very friendly and helpful. (Helpful is high praise when you have no knowledge of the CG.) Well worth the stay; will definitely return. - Belle-Bailey
Oct 2015 - $19.00
Park is very nice,clean,well laid out. Price is great. A lot of pull thru's and some back ins. Quite area, Lake nearby. - USAF1
Jan 2017 - $46.00
We stayed here for 4 nights to catch up on shopping before continuing on our way to Florida. The park is just a mile north of the Florida state line. All sites except the tent sites are pull-thru, and most have a picnic table and fire ring. The angled sites make them seem larger than they actually are, but the site we were put on was sandwiched between a semi-permanent site with only about 10' between us on one side, and an apparently derelict trailer on the other side. We've had much nicer sites here in the past. The free pancake or waffle breakfast is a nice treat, and served every day. The dog park is fairly large, and kept stocked with poop bags, as are a couple of other locations. The free WiFi is fairly good considering how full the park was during our stay. Our site gave us a tight satellite view, and the park cable system has a pretty extensive channel selection. Verizon cell service was quite good here for both voice and data. - NYDutch
Dec 2016 - $56.00
We stayed here as an overniter on our way to Disney World. We did so after reading some good reports on some RV forum websites. We arrived around 5:00 pm and the friendly girl told me there was a $2.00 charge still on our bill. I had paid the bill when we reserved many months before. All she wanted to know was how did I want to pay it. I asked her what it was for and she said she had no idea but did I want to just add it to the credit card I did the reservation with. Being only $2 and we were on vacation, I let it go. Seemed almost petty for them and just an explanation would have been nice.
The campground was fairly clean. The gravel sites were raked. Road noise from I-95 was terrible.
Its not a bad place but nothing great either. Absolutely not worth $56 for an overnight spot off I-95. I'd stay here again only if they offered and overnighter rate for around $30. - Barney Fife
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Got charged an extra night due to a miscommunication over the phone. Partly my fault for not checking the confirmation email. Owner refused to take the charge off even though the park was only 20% full. Not happy :-(
Does not have a threaded sewer connection. Should use a plug if you have one, or they sell them on site for $6.
Sites were spacious with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was dirt and grass, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - G and L
Sep 2016 - $34.00
This is an older park with a lot of perms and long-term residents. The road are quite narrow and tree-lined, so we had to be very careful in piloting our 37-foot RV plus tow around the loop to get to our site.
The site seems to be a mix of gravel, sand, and grass. It was level enough that we didn't need to lower our jacks to level.
Electric power was good, but their hand-out sheet asks guests to turn off AC when not in our units. On 90 degree plus days, that would make it nearly impossible to cool our unit down to a livable temperature.
There is no cable TV. I noticed a lot of permanent satellite dishes around the park but we given no info on how to use them or even if we COULD use them.
The WIFI was very good---after I hooked up my booster. Before that, not so much.
The price seems a bit high considering there is nothing to do here. - dhaney1944
Sep 2016 - $34.00
We stayed here as an overnight stop enroute to New York. Directions and signage were adequate. Interior roads were paved and sites were level and composed of dirt and grass. There is no swimming pool or cable TV. It is easy access to I-95 at exit 1 in Georgia. The office staff was courteous and polite. The campground was clean and well kept. - George316
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Our first stay. It's rustic with a western flair. Close to the Interstate but not a lot of highway noise. As it was just an overnight stay, I can't comment on area recreation, restaurants or campground amenities. Would return. - grandma0942
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is good for an overnighter. Easy access to I-10. The entrance is shared with the EconoLodge, and you have to sign in at the EconoLodge front desk. Sites are level concrete pads. We had a problem with the electricity. My husband plugged in, and nothing happened - no electric. I went to the office, and maintenance came over to help. Turned out the 30 amp problem was something to do with our surge protector. The 50 amp problem was just a loose circuit breaker. Problem solved in a matter of minutes. Staff at the front desk and maintenance were both very friendly and helpful. We would stop here again if traveling down I-10. - mrpeepers
Jan 2016 - $35.00
On our way to Southwest Georgia we had a major issue arise with our truck. Pulled off i95 @ Kingsland exit. Kiki RV Park was right off exit. Spoke with the Manager who was able to accommodate us for the evening so our truck could be repaired the next day. We are so grateful for her understanding, friendliness & professionalism. Kiki is a very clean, well maintained RV park with level concrete pads & full hookups. Price reflects PA rate. Would highly recommend for stopover while traveling i95. - rvgirl54
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Perfect spot for an overnight stop along I-95 or for a few days of exploring the area. Long level concrete pads, good 50 amps, grass, very clean. You can use the pool, etc. at the Econo Lodge next door. Good turning radius for 45 footer. The Passport America discount makes it a great value! - Freedom Bus
77219 Hance Parkway Yulee, Florida 32097 (map) | (904) 225-2080
Sites: 73 | Latest Rate: $44.00 | 10 Reviews
Mar 2016 - $44.00
Mostly permanent residents with lots of clutter around the units. Cracked concrete pads. Very narrow sites, some not conducive to multiple slides. Clean but very old bathrooms. Game room dumpy. Staff friendly, clean laundry, and close to interstate for those just traveling through the area. Great Internet, able to stream without a problem. - dkTennessee
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Had to stay two nights but will never stay again. Directions were useless. Billboard hadn't been changed to reflect the new name, nobody working in office and cell phones apparently not in use because we tried several times to call and had zero luck. Place was packed with seasonal campers and very close quarters. I asked my wife to pass the pepper and the guy next door brought it over. - Mr. Camper
Dec 2013 - $30.00
Perfect midway point for us traveling from Orlando area back to NC. Staff very friendly and accommodating. Older campground with extra long sewer lines needed for sewer hookup. Sites really close. Pet friendly with trails and a lake. Great location right off the interstate without noise from the road. Some rundown, permanent sites there but for overnight, had everything we needed and price was GREAT! - rwright
Jul 2013 - $28.00
If you want to visit the area of Fernandina Beach, then this is the most convenient place to stay. Fort Clinch is closer, but it is very difficult to find a spot there during the summer months and at times you are overrun with Mosquitos. The spots that are held open for transient guest are fairly large and lever and it does adjoin Lofton Creek that has a boat ramp and dock area. Other then that the campsite has no other amenities to offer. I think the manager attempts to keep the bath and shower area clean but it is old and difficult especially with the permanent residents continually dragging in mud and dirt. Notwithstanding, until there is a better alternative, this is the best place to stay if you want to visit the Fernandina Beach area. - laringrp
Aug 2010 - $27.00
We paid $150 because we stayed a week. The absolute only reason we stayed here is because we wouldn't be at the campground only to sleep. The location is perfect for Amelia Island. We visited family there and thus were not at the campground during the day. It is filled with permanent RVs. They do not keep their sites neat or clean. The host was very friendly and actually mowed the grass while we were there. It was very long when we arrived. A very rough, dirty road. The sites are on grass. Easy on and off of Hwy A1A. A quick overnight stay is the only reason we would return. - schoolmarm
Jan 2017 - $2.00
Great access to I95 with no road noise. Small park with several seasonal campers but sites are well kept. Rate reflects Coast to Coast Good Neighbor 50 AMP rate using trip points. - Mustcamp
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Very nice and quiet campground. Close to Okefenokee Swamp Refuge. Very nice and informative people to deal with. Highly recommended. - Chittenden
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Found this park when traveling I-95 north for the summer. We would definitely stay again. Nice staff, quiet campground, convenient location. - Froggi Donna
Feb 2017 - $28.00
I guess for a park that spans hundreds (thousands?) of acres I was expecting a little more elbow room between sites. They have all this land and yes I'm top of my neighbor. Very little privacy and I had no idea my site would be paved (site 25). In looking around I did see some better spots, but still no elbow room compared to some other state parks I've been too. That said, the restrooms were immaculate, the hiking trails were fun, and the fort is awesome. The pier was closed and will be indefinitely due to the hurricane. Beach looked nice but it was too cold to go. - l2yangop
Jan 2017 - $28.00
We were on the beach loop, and access to the beach and ocean is excellent there via a relatively short boardwalk. There's a swimming beach and long fishing pier a long walk or short drive away, although the pier was closed due to hurricane damage when we were there. We really would have liked to see more space between the sites given all the open land available, but I wouldn't call the sites crowded in though. The water and electric hookups were well placed within easy reach, and worked well with good voltage and water pressure. Our Verizon and AT&T cell services worked well, and we had a completely clear sky view for satellite reception. The campground was very quiet at night with just the inevitable wave sounds to help us sleep. Our stay at Ft Clinch was overall very pleasant, and we will be going back. - NYDutch
Jan 2017 - $28.00
Fort Clinch has 2 campgrounds: one on the beach side and the other on the river side. The beach side is more big-rig friendly because it's more open and no trees to get in the way. But there are a few sites on the river side that can accommodate a big rig, just pay attention to the site description. We have a big rig and although we like the beach side, we actually prefer the river side because the sites are more private. Site 30 is awesome! It's very spacious and private. Like most FL state parks, you need to reserve well in advance because they book up early. We are fulltime RVers who work remotely and need Verizon coverage for work. We were able to get a good Verizon signal at both the beach and the river side campground. The sunsets on the river side are so beautiful! The fishing pier on the beach side is really nice but unfortunately it's closed due to hurricane damage. Hopefully it will re-open soon. The fort is fun to visit and there are also lots of nature trails, bike trails and a nice playground for kids. - Love2Camp777