Enjoy the shade under the magnificent Georgia pines at our KOA. We are located at I-95 - Exit 1, providing easy access only 1/2 mile from the exit ramp and 1 mile from the Florida border. 20 miles north of Jacksonville, Fla.
This friendly campground is known for its free waffle and pancake breakfast served every day!
RECYCLING is an on-going process and we are trying to do our share. In an effort to assist us in cleaning up our community and the environment, please feel free to bring your own place settings to breakfast! Also, we are happy to announce that our new recycling bins are now in place.
All sites are pull thru and offer free cable and Wi-Fi. Enjoy the large swimming pool with a waterfall, fully equipped fitness center, game room with pool table, two on-site laundry rooms, pet park, playground and a full-kitchen screened pavilion. The Deluxe Kabins and The Lodge offer all the comforts of home while enjoying a camping experience. Our Camping Cabins offer an alternative to tent camping. Make a reservation to sleep in our new Tipi! Check out the photos
We have a new community fire ring and have scheduled many story telling, marshmallow roasting events.
Are you GEO Caching? Come stay with us and look for "Rizzo".
We also offer 6 different kinds of pizza, Nachos AND BBQ! The BBQ is smoked right here on site. You can order pulled pork sandwiches, rib dinners, nachos and pizza delivered to your site until 7:45 p.m.
We are located only 10 minutes from the Cumberland Island Ferry, located in historic St. Marys, Georgia. Be sure to book your reservation to see the Cumberland Island National Seashore for a wild, untouched beach adventure. Visit historic Fort Clinch on Amelia Island, Florida - located just 30 minutes south of our park. The Okefenokee Swamp alligator adventures are just 45 minutes away. Golf at Laurel Island Links offers a great golfing experience and is a short 10 minute drive. Vast shopping and dining options in Jacksonville, Florida are only a 20-minute drive. We are happy to assist you with arrangements for kayaking and boat tours on the St. Marys River.