4 Parks near Flagler Beach, Florida
Jun 2015 - $57.00
Rate shown is based on the monthly rate for an oceanfront site.
Let's face it folks, it's only about the ocean and beach that's right there. This is no resort by any means. No swimming pool, just the beach. WiiFi is terrible and through no fault of the owner, Verizon service is poor.
Employees seem friendly but the owner just cruises around in his Lexus ignoring his customers. - f94
Mar 2015 - $134.00
Yes, it is a lot of money. But the statement "location, location, location" certainly applies here. We had an oceanfront space. The front of our motorhome was inches from the walkway on top of the sea wall. To spend time just being able to look at the ocean from the front window is excellent. Multiple stairs going down to the beach, which is kept very clean. Everyone was nice and helpful. We do not need large paved areas to enjoy a park. Here the ocean is the draw, and cannot be beat on the east coast. - nrhareiner
Mar 2015 - $115.00
Stayed here on an oceanfront site which had spectacular views of the beach and ocean. Sites are extremely close and we could not open our awning although not that big of a deal. You are paying for the ocean views which are great. Staff here was extremely friendly and helpful. The camp store is well stocked and all the facilities are clean. There is no pool, but the ocean is just feet away. We will stay here again. - Jgrif72
May 2015 - $20.00
This is a quiet park not far from the beach in a small town loaded with many good places to eat. It is only a short trip to St. Augustine or Jacksonville for some wonderful sightseeing. The park is well maintained and a comfortable place to spend some time. - tcurex
Mar 2015 - $65.00
Nice location hidden from the highway, a short drive to town and the beach. Grocery and gasoline not far.
Did not have laundromat, but it was under construction when we were there.
WiFi is limited and there is a fee.
Has a very tiny little amount of supplies for sale.
There is a "bar" that sometimes has entertainment.
There is a fenced dog park. Not well maintained, so watch your step.
Some people live here full-time it appears.
Some sites are configured in such a way that campers face each other.
Made advance reservations, but they did not honor the price I was quoted and raised our rates, too late for us to make other arrangements. - Umbrella
Mar 2015 - $35.00
This is a tired park, with little evidence of maintenance being performed. The entrance is incredibly difficult to navigate because of a stone divider. There are large oak trees offering shade and was, at one time, a lovely setting. This is no longer true. Once in the park, the roads are in deplorable condition. I have owned a motorhome for over 30 years and have never been in park with roads a bad as these. I don't think they could be called pot holes since they go all the way across the road; great large holes in the road. Saw one man with a boat trailer he was having to jack up to get out because he had bottomed out. This place could cause some serious damage to a rig. This was not a pleasant experience. - work no more
Apr 2009 - $62.00
This place is a zoo! We were even there during the week when it wasn't very busy. Although they advertise waterfront sites, they are occupied by long term visitors. There's a biker bar across the street, so it's constantly LOUD. There's also a run down mobile home park behind the bar with a lot of riff raff. All night long we heard motorcycles roaring, dogs barking and car doors slamming. Our neighbor was robbed of 4 fishing poles; the police were called to the property to stop a fight; and there were 2 homeless guys roaming the campground. It seemed like everyone had dogs, and most of them were not leashed or cleaned up after. The campsites were about 1 foot deep in sand and there were cigarette butts everywhere. The sites were also back-in and very tight to maneuver. The bathrooms were filthy and full of bugs. We could not wait to leave! We stayed there in our travel trailer. - camperhound
Dec 2008 - $55.00
Yes, it's like a parking lot, but you can hear the ocean!! We opted to pay extra for a spot close, but the beach is not a long walk from any site. For us, being able to walk on the beach with our dog (leashed, of course) is a major plus. Maybe when more crowded it would be less enjoyable, but we'd definitely try it again! We really like it! Folks in office are friendly & helpful. - Tiger
Jan 2008 - $40.00
I've stayed here several times. It is basic, no frills and a lot cheaper that all others but most of all IT'S ON THE OCEAN. They are usually booked up with Snowbirders in Jan, Feb & March. They do have 3 sites that are the most expensive, right on the ocean & are daily or weekly only. The Snowbirders are quiet and friendly. Pets are allowed even on the beach. The ocean is 200 ft away. I will go back. Showers/bath house is basic & clean. There is a w/d. It is very close to excellent dining. I believe there is Internet connection in the office. - loub213
Mar 2015 - $28.00
One of our favorite campgrounds, we stay here at least once a year if we can get reservations. Beachfront camping. They are expanding to the intercoastal side of the park, should be open later this year. Several excellent restaurants in the area. - philandterri35
Oct 2014 - $16.00
Beautiful beach, wonderful surf, lots of road noise and sand. Sites fairly wide but most are best for 32 feet long or less. Large trailers and 5ers will have trouble backing in because the road is fairly narrow. Electric good, water a little weak, just adequate for a shower in our rig. No shade at all. Verizon MiFi and cell worked great. Not much beach at high tide, beautiful at low tide. Can't see the ocean from most sites, but the sound of the surf at night after the traffic subsides will cause us to return. - Phaetonman
Dec 2013 - $30.00
Great, right behind the first dune, 100' to the beach. Even though your between A1A and the ocean, road traffic is not an issue. We pulled in forward and had a frontal view of the ocean. Site was raked and in fantastic shape. Palmetto between sites gave good privacy. Free air TV had 50+ channels. The High Tide grill was a 10 minute walk north on the beach and had acceptable frozen seafood for lunch on the beach. - Crawdot