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Kathryn Abby Hanna Park


500 Wonderwood Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32233
904.249.4700
cwaldo@coj.net
http://www.coj.net/Departments/Parks+and+Recreation
3 Reviews
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This is a city run Beach park campground. Some sites are suitable for larger campers others quite small. Very good tree canopy for shade. Cost is high during the summer, but reduced during the winter months. It offers full hook ups which is always a plus.

   

Received from Kathryn for visit in Jan 2008


Site Number: 144
Stay Again? YES
Hanna Park has been by far one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. The sites are roomy. (I would not want some of the pull through sites in the middle of the road, but this is a pesonal preference). The hiking and bike trails are egreat. A 60 acre lake with boat, canoe and paddle boat rentals. (Easy access to lake) A water slide park for the kids. Near the beach. Wide roads. Fire rings at every site (Some where not placed very well) but at least you had them. The facilities were very nice. The one near us was not as clean as the one towards the front, but it was cleaner than a lot I have seen. Out of five stars, I would give this one 4 3/4 stars. We will be going back when we can stay longer.

Received from Ken for visit in May 2004


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We had heard nothing but great things about this campground and park from other RVers; The city had doubled the nightly rate this year which almost made us go somewhere else, but the convenience to everything, plus the beach, the lake, and the bike trails made it justifiable to pay the additional amount. This campground is within a beautiful park that sits on 1 1/2 miles of beach on the Atlantic Ocean; We were surprised to find that this campground on the ocean was completely treed; The canopy was so thick it was difficult to find openings for satellite service (people had tripods cabled everywhere), but we did manage on Site 226; The park is not located in the best part of town and with it being right next to a naval base there is actually a strip club right at the entrance to the park; Security, however, is good as the park itself is gated and requires an admission fee for non-campers and the campground itself is gated and requires a code to get in. Can handle any size rig, but the roads within the campground are pretty narrow and there are quite a few low-hanging branches - go slow; There are numerous pull-throughs, but the sites vary quite a bit in size; Some sites do not leave room for a tow vehicle or toad. This is a terrific campground with the beach and lots of hiking and off-road bike trails (the trails are NOT for easy cruising on a road bike, but there are plenty of paved roads to ride on); The thick tree canopy makes it a bit dark and dreary during winter months, but I am sure that the shade is quite welcome during the summer months; We did not experience any mosquito problems, but there is lots of standing water so I would bet mosquitoes are a problem in warmer months; Still, it is a beautiful park and campground with lots of activites on site.

 

Received from Howard for visit in Nov 2005


Site Number: 226
Stay Again? YES



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