16 Parks near St Marys, Georgia
Aug 2016 - $39.00
This CG is well off the beaten path. The roads are paved and the sites are concrete. The roads are narrow and even though we requested a pull through for 1 night, we had to disconnect. The layout would not allow me to pull into my site with my tow. The wifi was very weak even though we could see the antenna. This park is NOT big rig friendly.
There seemed to be a lot of long termers and they were not very friendly. Although there is a Passport America members sign, we did not get a discount. - Michael47
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Easy to find and easy in and out. Paved inner roads. Pull Thru was FHU with level concrete pad with patio. Wide and long enough for our 40' motorcoach with a tow and two slides. Mature trees and shrubbery between spacious sites for privacy. Patio area with picnic table. Nice areas to walk dogs. No litter, trash or dog waste. Nice responsible pet owners who pick up. Pond with fountain and catch and release. Great way to unwind from a day on the road or from sightseeing/eating/shopping in St. Marys.
Loved the free range chickens and had no problems with crowing that others have mentioned. Maybe our rig is better insulated. We heard there is a great pot luck on the weekends and card games during the week for those who love to meet others and swap stories. Whether you like that, or you just want to chill out, the campground is wonderfully relaxing and peaceful. You won't regret giving them a call and staying here. We will be back again. - SerenityRVing
Feb 2016 - $35.00
This was our third snowbird winter at this park. Why? It is an extremely comfortable park. Most sites are level concrete separated by trees and other plants. The owner and staff are attentive and the Sunday (and holiday) potlucks are great. Restrooms/showers are very good. There are no-see-ums, and some have problems with the free-range chickens. We think it is part of the charm. Price is lower than northern Florida parks and the weather is much the same. The park is generally full in the winter so call first. - gumper
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
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is truly a disappointment for a Georgia state park, most are just outstanding. There is a minimum 2 night stay at this park. The sites are all huge and will fit the biggest rigs. It's quiet and clean. This is a typical state park where you can only reserve a campsite TYPE, not any particular site. That's a first come first serve. The bad part is that the water pressure was low and the electric was weak, at times dangerously low. The infrastructure needs work. Use caution when hooking up and using electric, it could damage your electrical system. - creeper
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
Apr 2015 - $22.00
We finally got a reservation for Eagle Hammock RV park after everyone staying at military campgrounds recommended it. We stayed for three weeks and enjoyed every bit of it. I can't say enough about the park and the staff. Wide, paved sites, gravel roads. All the amenities were top notch, including free laundry! The only downside is there is nothing to do in the immediate area. You need to travel to Jacksonville, Brunswick or Yulee for anything to do. So if you want a place to just stay and relax, this is the place for you. It is probably the best military only campground we have stayed at. If you can get the reservation, which during the winter is next to impossible, its a great place to stay. We would definitely go back! - pfogleboch
Jan 2015 - $22.00
This is an excellent campground typical of military bases. Sites are spacious with full hookups that all worked. We paid $2.00 extra per night for lakefront site. Views were spectacular of birds and alligators. Pets must be kept close because the gators have been known to catch a small dog or cat. Plenty to do off base. St Marys is a small coastal town with a waterfront downtown and some good places to eat and a ferry to outlying islands. We will stop here again. - Bojangles
Sep 2016 - $49.00
Good things about this campground include the Staff who were great, very helpful, escort to site, food available and can even be delivered to your site, easy access from the interstate and with the AC running I didn't hear any noise from the highway, they also pick up the trash at your site each morning. The not so good things about this park included dogs running loose with no apparent owners in sight (not to mention the calling cards they left on the sites) non-existent wi fi, and the sites not being set up too well. The pull thru site we had was supposed to be big enough, but by the time we pulled the tow off the road we could barely connect to the water, etc., fortunately we had extensions for everything. If you're staying a while and disconnecting it probably wouldn't be a problem. BTW with my KOA discount and rewards I ended up paying $19 for the site. I would not come back here at $49 per night. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Jul 2016 - $50.00
The postives: friendly staff, shady sites, food available onsite, lots of potential. Negatives: narrow access lanes leading to our site. Parked cars and temporary tents/makeshift garages impacting lanes at rear of park where our site was located. Sites very narrow. Many sites only have 30 amp power. Cable TV lines running above ground in many places. Recycle bins overflowing. Picnic table dilapidated. This can't possibly meet KOA's corporate standards. - Darrshe
Jun 2016 - $43.00
First night out on our trip to the N.E. for the summer. This is the Saturday before Father's Day. CG is just west of I-95, Exit 1 in Ga. Lead to site C14. Site is very level and all utilities worked properly. We have a concrete patio with 4 chairs and a table and umbrella. Traffic noise from I-95 is loud but not disturbing. We have been in noisier RV parks. Bathrooms and showers are clean. They have a dinner menu that worked out for us at $12/plate. The provided cable T.V. was wanting for selection, but signal was ok. Provided WiFi service was typical of RV parks. ATT and Verizon service, both voice and data, are strong. Personnel here are great and very friendly. We are heading over to get our free morning waffles. The first road you drive on inside the park could use some improvement. Loved the rooster crowing in the morning. Very nice stay and we are ready to go! - moderate camper
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
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
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Our check-in was quick, the owner and help were very friendly. The driveways are gravel but no potholes, low dust and wide corners for turning the 36 ft 5er. The sites are sand and grass, long enough to park comfortably and wide enough to put out slides and awnings.
Our voltage and 30 amp power was low, water pressure was good. There are nice dog walk areas. There is a vacant undeveloped subdivision next door with nice paved roads to walk. I-95 is very close so you can hear the traffic. The swimming pool was just getting filled for the summer, it looked nice. The WiFi was weak if you are not in the middle of the campground. Did not use the 2 washers, restrooms are OK. This is a nice stopover campground. - Diablo
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Fort Clinch has a nice diversity in camping. We stayed on the River Loop which is nestled in the trees, providing complete sun cover and very nice wind protection. The park also offers a Beach Loop with 15-20 sites on the ocean side of the peninsula circling a nice modern bathhouse. It's not actual "beach" camping because you're separated from the beach by a large sand dune, and has no shade. The park does have nice beach access, a 1/2 mile fishing pier, and of course Fort Clinch! The fort is a nice educational tour with excellent access to the facility. Get right up and touch the cannons, look out the rifle slots, climb up on the embankments. No watching from behind the tensa-barriers! The workers at the fort are dressed in period attire and even do a monthly battle re-enactment. We'll definitely be back. - Hyperoxic
Jun 2016 - $29.00
We stopped in Fort Clinch State Park on our way down to Orlando & again on the way back up. We were very satisfied with the park; it's cleanliness, staff & service.
We will definitely be staying again, but for a longer stay. - Patrick-Maryann
Feb 2016 - $26.00
Stayed on the riverside. Secluded, wonderful camping spots. Sand base, and not too level at that. Close to beach and fort tour. Quite a ways off I-95.but close to A1A. Very poor cell service and no wi-fi. A hidden gem. - VATom