The ocean-side campsites are open and arranged in a circle, like spokes on a wagon wheel. Those sites surround the spotlessly-clean bath, shower and laundry. The river-side campsites are wooded and mostly shaded. Either could be a good choice depending upon your preference. Beaches, biking and hiking trails and a huge fishing pier offer plenty to do. Fort Clinch itself is a modest extra-cost visit into our country's history. This campground and park is definitely worth the 25 mile round-trip detour off of I-95 and is far more attractive than the commercial campgrounds we passed along the way.
We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
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