From the bloggers at Monty’s Musings.
Why wait for warm weather to take an RV camping trip to Coastal Georgia? Just downstream from Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia’s Crooked River State Park has plenty to keep active RV campers busy.
Three hours north of Orlando, FL via I-95, this beautiful park at St Mary’s, GA offers large state park campsites as well as a private RV campground adjacent to the park. You’ll also find easy access to Cumberland Island by private boat or ferry. But before you head for the National Seashore, why not discover the outdoor adventures at Crooked River? crooked_river_state_park
Hiking trails for every ability encourage Crooked River State Park campers to explore the area’s coastal marshes and maritime forests. Whether you choose to follow the Bay Boardwalk Trail to enjoy two species of bay trees, wax myrtle and sweet gums in a lush forest or choose the hardwood forest beauty of the Sempervirens Trail, you’ll be accompanied by plenty of birds and wildlife. Keep your camera ready for gopher tortoises, osprey and great blue herons.
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