Friday, June 12, 2015

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park–Jacksonville Florida

Hannay Park CampsiteMike was competing at Pogopalooza this weekend, so we wanted to find a campground that was nearby.  This is our first stay at Hanna Park, and we loved how close it was to so many things to see.  The beach is within walking distance of the campsites, and it’s an easy drive to a bunch of spots to visit including downtown.Beach by Hanna Park

On our first day there, we took a look around the park – there are several biking and hiking trails to explore, and even a lake for fishing.  The park has a camp store, but it is closed right now as they look for a new service provider.

The park itself is very popular and it seemed to be pretty close to full by the time Saturday came.  Even though the spaces are pretty close together, there are enough trees between them that we weren’t staring into our neighbor’s camper from ours.

Hannah Park Lake Pano

While we were staying here, we visited the Cummer Art Museum and Gardens in downtown – I really recommend adding that stop for a morning visit.  On the weekend there is a farmer’s market right next to the museum under the bridge.

Shower / Bathhouse
Internet Access
Lat, Long

$33.90 per night
Yes.  Online
15/30/50 Amp Service
Yes.  4G LTE with T-Mobile (strong signal too!)
30.362066, -81.403923

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