Soak up the fresh air at this oceanfront Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, which features a 1.5-mile beach, nature trails, ... More
Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park
Soak up the fresh air at this oceanfront Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, which features a 1.5-mile beach, nature trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, stocked fishing lakes and serene beaches. Lifeguards are present to keep a watchful eye on swimmers, so have fun knowing you are in a safe environment. The lakeside swimming area has fountains and squirt guns. Boating, canoeing, hiking and biking facilities are also available, while lakeside tables and grills provide the perfect spots to relax and enjoy refreshments from the available concession stands.
We loved Hanna Park! For $3 a day, the parking is so much better than the public access at the beaches. Also, there are bathroom facilities, picnic shelters, and you can bring dogs all day! It is far less crowded than the public access at the beaches as well. Over, this is a great place to spend an inexpensive day at the beach.
Being an Activities Director for a RV Club can be a challenge. Over the last two weekends we had a total of 86 rigs and a total of 190 members who attended the campout at KAH Park. I would like to thank Bob and Sherry for their patients with my daily changes and making sure that all the members were in the right site. I also would like to thank Shane (Camping Host) who went out of his way to make sure we were all happy! We will be back!
I thought that it was an excellent stay. The kids had lots of activities to do and my wife and I enjoyed the peaceful setting and there were a ton of kids for our kids to play with. We normally stay at KOA or Good Sam but I have nothing bad to say. The bath houses were clean and I thought that the staff was very helpful when called upon. "Totally Kid Friendly".
We just finished a week at Hanna Park camping in a RV. This was our first experience at the park but it won't be our last. The park is beautiful with easy access to the beach. Fishing in the lake was also convenient from the well shaded campsites. It is well worth the $30 a night for full hookups and pull-through sites. A comparable value to the state parks who don't offer sewer hookups and few pull-throughs. We had no problems with any of the staff who all seemed friendly and helpful. The park is very secure with the coded security gates and patrols. The "No Alcohol" policy kept the park "family friendly" and quiet during quiet hours. The only wildlife we saw were dolphins, an armadillo, numerous water birds and the fish we caught. The beach as well as the park was very clean. The park is one of the gems of Jacksonville.
I was very skeptical of this park from some of the previous reviews but we decided to give it a try. This park is incredibly beautiful. RV spots are shaded by beautiful trees. The beach is wonderful and there is a place to shower off after swimming. We are definitely going back!!!
its very fun but u have to be careful its deers someone was sleepin in a tent an spoted a panther on there car also there r snakes different birds and gators so be careful but its still fun just has a bunch of animals
A group of friends and I met up to play volleyball. We had set up a net and played the previous weekend with no troubles. However, this past weekend, the manager drove up to us and said we weren't allowed to set up a net and the next time we wanted to we'd have to fill out a permit which would take up to 30 days for approval. The website says it will take up to 90 days. We weren't disturbing any of the dunes or any of the other beach goers, we were just pretty much told we couldn't meet up and play volleyball unless we filled out a permit. We never read anything like that on the rule boards before we came into the park and the attendants never said anything to us as we drove into the park with our poles. The manager wasn't the most friendly person. Rules aren't properly posted and the staff is very unfriendly.
My husband and I camped there for Spring Break. We felt a little isolated tucked in among those Palmettos, but the campground is beautiful. We enjoyed walking on the beach and riding the bike trails. My only complaint is the bath house we used; it needed ventilation. When someone was showering in there, it was like being in a sauna. But we followed all the rules and had no problems. We felt very safe knowing that security roams around. We plan to go back when we get a chance.
This was a beautiful park with everything you could ever want and the scenery was to die for. We rented the cabin and it was the cutest thing ever. It was just enough room for you to sleep comfortably and still have the feeling of camping. It was great and I am already planning my next trip and left 24 hours ago!!
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