Jacksonville North / St. Marys Koa

Kingsland, Georgia

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Enjoy the shade under the magnificent Georgia pines at this KOA, only 1/2 mile off I-95 and 1 mile from the Florida border. This friendly campground is known for its free waffle and pancake breakfast served every day. All sites are pull thru, and they include cable and Wi-Fi. Enjoy the large pool with a waterfall, a new mini-golf course, fitness center, game room, on-site laundry, fenced pet park, playground and a full-kitchen screened pavilion. At this exit, hop on the ferry ride to Cumberland Island National Seashore for a wild, untouched beach adventure. Visit Fort Clinch on Amelia Island. Stop at historic St. Marys, Georgia. Okefenokee Swamp alligator adventures are only a day trip away. Golf at Laurel Island Links is just down the road, and Jacksonville shopping is a 20-minute drive. Kayaking/boating tours are nearby. Email: jaxnorthrv@gmail.com. Pool: March 1 - October 31. Max pull thru: 85 feet. Your hosts: Ron Shamblin and Johnny Knight.


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