Fort Clinch State Park - Fernandina Beach
2601 Atlantic Avenue
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
Fort Clinch State Park campground has 21sites with 20- and 30-amp hookups, potable water, in-ground fire
rings, and a picnic table for each site. Bathrooms with hot showers are centrally located in this campground and
washing machines are available also. Beaches, Bicycling, Full Camping, RV Camping, Youth Camping, Fishing,
Nature Trails, Picnicking, Showers, Swimming, and Interpretive Centers
Little Talbot Island State Park
12157 Heckscher Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32226
Camping is offered on the western side of Little Talbot Island along Myrtle Creek, approximately a quarter of a
mile from the beach. Our campground has 40 campsites, each with water, electricity, an in-ground fire ring, and a
picnic table. Most of the sites are nicely shaded by huge moss-draped Live Oak trees.
There are two full-facility bath houses, a dump station, a small boat ramp, a nature trail, and a nice playground.
Bicycles and canoes can be rented at the Ranger station. A primitive camping area is available for groups and
organizations. Water, picnic tables, a fire ring, and a porta-toilet facility are available for this area. Beaches,
Bicycling, Full Camping, Group Camping, RV Camping, Youth Camping, Canoeing, Fishing, Nature Trails,
Picnicking, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
Huguenot Memorial Park
10514 Heckscher Drive
A city-run park that is bounded by ocean, inlet, and river, Huguenot Memorial Park is located on Fort George
Island just over the St. Johns River from Mayport. There are a couple of miles of beach that magically expand both
in length and width at low tide. You are likely to spy sand dollars and starfish on the beach, and the dune fields
are extensive, tall, and heavily vegetated. Driving is permitted on the beach, except for a no vehicles zone about
500 feet long. Not surprisingly, the park is popular with families, and the area along the inlet is calm, shallow, and
perfect for children.
This 449-acre, city-run park is bordered by ocean, inlet and river. It’s located on Fort George Island just over the
St. Johns River from Mayport. The beach here is long and wide, and provides the perfect environment for wildlife.
The park is popular with families since the area along the inlet is calm and shallow. Waterfront campsites, a bird
observation area, and amazing views of some of North Florida's remaining natural areas await you. The park also
features a boat launch area, picnic shelters, restrooms and showers. The park is designated a Great Florida
Birding Trail site.
Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park
500 Wonderwood Road
This 450-acre park lies south of historic Mayport village and features 1-½ miles of sandy beach. Swim, sail, fish
or surf in the sparkling Atlantic water. As an added treat, the park has a 60-acre freshwater lake that is nice for
kayaking and canoeing. There are lakeside picnic tables and grills, and nature trails wind around the lake and
through the park. There is a quarter-acre water playground with colorful fountains that will delight your children.
The park also has a full service campground, and there are showers, restrooms and concessions available.
Gold Head Branch State Park - Keystone Heights
6239 S.R. 21
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
There are 74 campsites available in 3 of the family campgrounds. Campsites will accommodate tents, trailers or
motorized campers up to 40’ long. Each site includes a picnic table and grill. Sites with water and electric are
available. A dump station for sewage disposal is also available. 14 furnished lakeview cabins are available. Pets
are permitted in the campground but NOT in the cabins. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required.
Beaches, Bicycling, Cabins, Canoeing, Full Camping, Primitive Camping, Youth Camping, Campfire Circle,
Fishing, Nature Trail, Picnicking, RV Camping, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
Stephen Foster Folk Cultural Center State Park
Post Office Drawer G
White Springs, Florida 32096
The newly renovated campground offers 45 oak-shaded sites with electricity available and state-of-the-art
bathhouses. Pets are welcome at Stephen Foster campground with proof of rabies vaccination. Bicycling, Full
Camping, Canoeing, Fishing, Horse Trails, Nature Trails, Picnicking, RV Camping, and Visitor Center
Suwannee River State Park - Live Oak
20185 County Road 132
Live Oak, Florida 32060
Picnic tables, electric, and a grill are standard at the 30 campsites located in the family campground. A restroom
with hot showers is available. Firewood and ice available inquire at ranger station.
Pets are allowed in the campground. Proof of rabies vaccination certification is required at registration.
Boating, Boat Ramp, Full Camping, RV Camping, Youth Camping, Canoeing, Fishing, Nature Trails, and
O'Leno State Park
410 SE Oleno Park Rd.
High Springs, Florida 32643
O’Leno has 61 family campsites, each with water, electric, in-ground grill, picnic table and a centrally located
bathhouse in each camping area. Group camp facilities consist of 17 cabins, dining hall with kitchen facility,
recreation hall and 2 centrally located bathhouses that can be reserved up to 1 year in advance. Individual cabins
are available for rental during the off season (September 1 - May 1).
Three youth camping areas, each with a covered pavilion, campfire circle, cold showers and restroom facilities.
This is primitive camping with NO ELECTRIC.
Sweetwater Lake Camping Area - primitive camping with fire circle and privy. You must hike approximately 6.5
miles to camping area and pack in all supplies needed including water.
Horse Barn Camping Area - primitive camping with fire circle, centrally located bathhouse and 20 stall horse barn
are available. Please call the park office at 386-454-1853 for more information.
Bicycling, Cabins, Full Camping, Group, Primitive, RV and Youth Camping, Campfire, Canoeing, Fishing, Horse
Trails, Nature Trails, Picnicking, RV Camping, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
Payness Prairie Preserve - Micanopy
100 Savannah Blvd.
Micanopy, Florida 32667
Full Facility Camping is available for tents, trailers or motorized vehicles up to 40' long. The tent sites are walk-in
sites a short distant from the parking area. Each site has a lantern post and picnic table with nearby water and
electric service. Bicycling, Boat Ramp, Full Camping, RV Camping, Canoeing, Fishing, Horse Trails, Nature
Trails, Picnicking, RV Camping, Visitor Center and Wildlife Viewing
Salt Springs Recreation Area
14152 SR 19N
Salt Springs, Florida 32134
Salt Springs Recreation Area is located 35 miles east of Ocala, 60 miles west of Daytona Beach, and 95 miles
north of Orlando. A spectacular natural mineral spring gives the area its name. An Easter sunrise service is held
yearly at Salt Springs. Open all year round
Basketball Court, Beach, Bird Watching, Boat Ramp, Boating, Camping, Campground Store (Summer),
Canoeing, Dump Station, Fire Rings, Firewood, Fishing, Flush Toilet, Gatehouse, Grills, Horseshoe Pits, Nature
Trail, Picnic Tables, RV Camping, Showers, Soda Machine, Stream (Salt Spring Run), Swimming (Salt Springs),
Swimming, Telephone, Water