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  1. Blackjack Creek Campground

Ebates Coupons and Cash Back

3277 Cobbtown Rd
Jay, Florida 32565

850-675-5142

Some special points about the campground;
Our bathhouse is handicap assessable, we welcome camping clubs, we have a club house with stove, refrigerator, and microwave for camping clubs to hold meetings and social functions in.
We can accommodate anything from a tent up to a 40' plus rig.



Amenties:

Newly Built
Fishing
25 Sites (Most Shaded)
Paddle Boats
On 8 Acre Lake
Swimming
Electric and Water
Hiking Trails
30 and 50 Amp Service
Pets Allowed
New Bathhouse
Grill and Picnic Table (each site)

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