Jennings, Florida Campgrounds

Jennings, Florida Campgrounds
Situated on the border between northern Florida and Georgia, Jennings is surrounded by small lakes, a river, conservation areas and state parks. Vacationers traveling to Jennings have a wide array of campgrounds to choose from that accommodate both RV and tent campers. Outdoor enthusiasts will find outlets where they can spend time boating, hiking or fishing for sunfish, catfish and pickerel.

Jennings Outdoor Resort Trav-L-Park

Just southwest of Jennings, in the midst of a network of lakes, lies Jennings Outdoor Resort Trav-L-Park. The campground provides 80 full-hookup RV sites with access to Wi-Fi, a dump station, cable television, hot showers, restrooms and a laundry facility. On-site activities include a swimming pool and a playground for children. The park is located on a small, private lake where guests can fish or swim. A nearby network of trails is accessible for hiking and mountain biking.

Jennings Outdoor Resort Trav-L-Park

2039 Hamilton Ave.

Jennings, FL 32053


Suwannee State Park

Suwannee State Park is 21 miles south of Jennings and is positioned around the Suwannee River. The campground provides primitive and full-hookup sites for both tent and RV campers. Guests have access to on-site amenities such as a laundry room, restrooms, showers and a dump station. A boat launch in the park lets visitors access the water for kayaking, canoeing and motor boating. Other activities include fishing for catfish, bass and panfish, hiking on nearby trails and bird watching.

Suwannee State Park

3631 201st Path

Live Oak, FL 32060


Lake Park KOA

Across the boarder, in the southernmost reaches of Georgia, is Lake Park KOA--a mere 12 miles away from Jennings. Located amongst a group of lakes, Lake Park KOA is haven for outdoor enthusiasts; both tent and RV campers will find accommodations at this campground. RV campers have access to full hookups and cable television; all campers can utilize shower and restroom facilities. There is a small, catch-and-release fishing pond within the campground, or anglers can head off site to one of the lakes in the area that have boat launches. Lake Park KOA has a bicycle rental facility available to guests.

Lake Park KOA

5300 Jewel Futch Road

Lake Park, GA 31636


Article Written By Jacob Hendriks

Jacob Hendriks' work has appeared in "The Western Front," "The Planet Magazine" and He graduated from Western Washington University with a major in international business management and a minor in Community Health. Hendriks' passion for sports nutrition and fitness, combined with experience as a personal trainer, has led him to pursue health-oriented journalism.

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