Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

17 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

Campground Rates

In Season Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2013 $25.00 - $47.00

Reported Rates

Daily $30.00 - $30.00

Reviews (avg. rating 4.12)


| Needs help

By user-5033373290463232 on 2017-10-23.

Nice park but needs some TLC. Probably won't come back.


| Back to nature

By user-6278397896425472 on 2017-10-23.

Very nice older park with some sites more level than others. Plenty of low hanging branches that are hard to miss due to the narrow interior roads. We were there in mid June and the cicadas were chirping away. Our site, 188, had an infestation of ground wasps that are huge. As long as your little finger, but basically harmless to people, unless you aggravate them. They nest in tunnels that they aggressively dig during the day as they fly around feeding on the cicadas. They didn't bother us, but they made it hard to build a campfire because of all the nests they tunnelled inside the campfire ring. If you arrive towing a car, a good place to unhook is in the beach parking lot. It's large and usually vacant.


| flamingo

By user-6413862435291136 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-05-04 to 2017-05-05

Great park. Wooded sites, mostly shaded. Has bike trails, lake, Atlantic Ocean Beach. Easy in and out. Had a little problem leveling but finally succeeded. Several playgrounds and lots and lots of picnic tables scattered around the lake with a swimming beach and fishing.Several boardwalks down to the Ocean. Kudos to the city for maintaining such a great place. We camped in a 35' motorhome. Would stay here again when in the area.

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About


Enjoy the unique natural setting of Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park"s 500 acres of old Coastal Hammock forest with over 20 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails; 1.5 miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches with 7 crosswalks over the protected natural sand dune habitat to reach the choice surfing, fishing, and white sand beaches. Or enjoy Hanna"s 60 acre freshwater lake and fish management area where you and your family can choose from fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or peddle boating. Take advantage of Concessions for lake boat rentals; Campground Store and bike rentals. Parents may cool off their small children (under 54 inches tall) in the water playground, playful water squirting devices and sprayers (Open Memorial Day through Labor Day). With nearly 300 campsites nestled in the woods, the park gives you the "real back to nature" experience. Our seasonal programs focus on the areas natural beauty and native wildlife. Large Picnic Shelters and Dolphin Plaza oceanfront hall may be rented 360 days in advance. To permit any group activities please apply more than 45 days in advance. Please remember that it is prohibited to have alcoholic beverages, glass containers, balloons, or fireworks.

Amenities


Bikes

Boat Launch

Cable TV

Canoes

Controlled Access

Dumping Station

Electric

Fifty Amp

Fire Pit

Fishing

Handicap Facilities

Hiking Trails

Ice

Kayaks

Laundromat

Pavilion

Pedal Boats

Pet Area

Picnic Tables

Planned Activities

Playground

Pull-thru Sites

Recreation Hall

Restrooms

Sewer

Shade Trees

Showers

Shuffleboard

Sports Field

Spray Ground

Swimming Lake / River / Ocean

Tents

Volleyball

Water

Wi Fi

Site List


293
Total Sites

293
Full Hookups

0
Water Electric

0
Electric Only

0
Non Serviced

53
Pull Thrus

293
Fifty Amp Sites

0
Thirty Amp Sites

0
Max Rv Length

0
Typical Site Width

0
Cable Tv

0
Extended Stay

0
Cottage Rentals

0
Cabin Rentals

0
Trailer Rentals

27
Tent Sites

Nearby Attractions


Jacksonville Museum Of Modern Art

Jacksonville Huguenot Park