Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 02:51 pm
Crossing the state line into Florida is something to cheer about, but you’re not “there” yet. Take a break by laying over at one of our favorite North Florida state park campgrounds near Interstate 95 or Interstate 75.
North Florida state park campgrounds
5 state park campgrounds near I-95
Fort Clinch State Park, 2601 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. 904-277-7274. Camping Fee: $26. Reservations: For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Little Talbot Island State Park, 12157 Heckscher Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32226. 904-251-2320. Camping Fee: $24. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Anastasia State Park, 1340-A State Road A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32080. 904-461-2033 Camping Fee: $28. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Faver-Dykes State Park, 1000 Faver-Dykes Road, St. Augustine, FL 32086. 904-794-0997. Camping Fee: $18 per night. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Gamble Rogers State Park, 3100 S. State Road A1A, Flagler Beach, FL 32136. 386-517-2086. Camping Fee: $28 per night. Reservations: For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
5 state park campgrounds near I-75
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, U.S. 41 North, White Springs, FL 32096. Camping Fee: $20. Also, two-bedroom cabins for $100. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
O’Leno State Park, 410 SE O’Leno Park Road, High Springs, FL 32643. 386-454-1853. Camping Fee: $18 per night. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Silver Springs State Park, 1425 NE 58th Ave., Ocala, FL 34470. Camping Fee: $24 per night. Cabins available for $110 per night. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
Rainbow Springs State Park, 19158 SW 81st Place Road, Dunnellon, FL 344434. 352-465-8555. Camping Fee: $30 per night. For reservations, call 800-326-3521.
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Bob Rountree is a beach bum, angler and camper who has explored Florida for decades. No adventure is complete without a scenic paddle trail or unpaved road to nowhere. Bob co-founded FloridaRambler.com with fellow journalist Bonnie Gross 12 years ago.