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Spacious Cabin for a Group Getaway Overlooking Junior Lake in Florida
Interlachen, Florida (United States of America)
Bee a Guest on a 5-acre Honey Farm and Gardens near Jacksonville, FL
Callahan, Florida (United States of America)
Oceanfront Cottage Rental Set on South Ponte Vedra Beach near St. Augustine
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Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (United States of America)
Comfortable Urban Glamping in the Marshlands of Jacksonville, Florida
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Jacksonville, Florida (United States of America)
Charming Lakefront Cottage Rental Perfect for 20 near Jacksonville, Florida
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Starke, Florida (United States of America)
Family Fishing Cabin Rental near Gainesville, Florida
Orange Springs, Florida (United States of America)
Oceanfront Vacation Rental on St. Augustine Beach near Jacksonville, Florida
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Saint Augustine Beach, Florida (United States of America)
Luxury Houseboat Rental Perfect for Glamping in Florida
Orange Park, Florida (United States of America)
Magnificent Oceanfront Vacation Rental with Amazing Views of the Atlantic in Fernandina Beach, Florida
Oceanfront Vacation Rental near Fort Clinch State Park in Fernandina Beach, Florida
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Fernandina Beach, Florida (United States of America)
Pet-Friendly Vacation Rental by the Ocean in Fernandina Beach, Florida
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Fernandina Beach, Florida (United States of America)
Modern Cottage Rental with Ocean Views in Fernandina Beach, Florida
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Fernandina Beach, Florida (United States of America)

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In northeastern Florida, Jacksonville is a city that lies on the coast, on the border with Georgia. While Florida vacations are usually focused on Miami or places to visit in the Florida Keys, there is much more to see and do in the state. Jacksonville is the ideal vacation spot in Florida to enjoy the great outdoors. Florida camping here offers the perfect blend of hotel-like amenities with outdoor camping access. Jacksonville camping trips are ideal for romantic getaways or family vacations, with adventures to be had around every corner. When it comes to unique places to go camping, Florida destinations like Jacksonville are the best, showcasing a different side of the state, where groups of all types can relax and explore. Florida campgrounds, cabins, beach cottages, and more surround the city, making it easy for anyone to find somewhere to stay nearby. With 22 miles of beaches, world-class fishing, state forests, plus delicious restaurants, craft breweries, and more city amenities, camping near Jacksonville, Florida has something for everyone. Book the best Jacksonville getaways here!

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Cabins and campgrounds near Jacksonville, FL

It’s easy to get outdoors when you book one of our cabins or campgrounds near Jacksonville, FL. Osceola National Forest, seven state forests, Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, and, of course, the beach surround the city of Jacksonville, offering ample opportunity for all different kinds of outdoor recreation. With miles of woodlands, beaches, waterways, and marshes at your doorstep, take advantage of the warm Florida weather and have a new adventure. With warm temperatures all year long, Jacksonville, Florida has unlimited possibilities for outdoor adventure. The Atlantic coast of northern Florida is a great spot for surfing, swimming, and fishing. Jacksonville Beach is the most popular, but there is still Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach, plus hidden gems like Blackrock Beach or Little Talbot Island. Jacksonville beaches are not the only place to have fun out on the water. The St. Johns River is one of few rivers in the United States that flow northward and as a result, is composed of mostly seawater at the mouth. Here, you’ll find a unique ecosystem where dolphins, manatees, and more sea life swim freely. St. Johns River is ideal for fishing, with mullet, flounder, shad, and blue crabs found, and kayaking. You can also go paddleboarding through the Intracoastal waterways, creeks, and marshes that weave through the coast.