The Jennings Ferry Campground is surrounded by a naturally beautiful woodland with its inhabitants of squirrels, deer, wild turkey, and bluebirds. It is quite a tropical area with temperatures peaking between the 80's and 90's during April to September and the annual rainfall averaging at 60 inches per year.
The most popular activity in the Jennings Ferry Campground is fishing. People have the option of fishing on a boat as well as on the shoreline if they so wish. Anglers of all ages and experience can fish for Bass, Crappie, Bream, Catfish, and other smaller species. And for people who would like an adventurous hike, there is a lovely trail that runs down the shoreline of the river and within the woodland area.
The Jennings Ferry Campground sports 52 sites in total that are hooked up to 50 amp electrical units. They are also situated near freshly running water and picnic areas. The campsites are clean, private and spacious and close to the water. The campground also has a shower station and a restroom as well as a coin-operated laundry facility. The campground boasts a playground and a boat ramp and the area is surrounded by security lighting.
Park Attendants are available between 6 am and 10 pm and the gates to the campground are opened at 6 am and closed at 10 pm respectively. There is a limit of two vehicles per site with each additional vehicle costing extra. There is also a limit of 8 people that are allowed to stay on each site. Dogs are also permitted but must be on a leash at all times.