23 Parks near Flagler Beach, Florida
Jan 2017 - $80.00
Nice clean park. Not many showers but was never a problem and they were clean and large. Couldn't get a site on ocean side but it was New Years so we completely understood. Young ladies at desk were very polite and helpful. This area allows dogs on the beach so that was very nice. Very good area because not far from St. Augustine and Daytona. - Jimmy g
Aug 2016 - $135.00
Packed in like Sardines. Cabin people had to squeeze between our slide and the entrance for them to get to the beach. No security even though they might say there is. They don't care about their guests.
Had several RV'ers (obviously once a year'ers) who were here to party till 1:30 am, and none of their "so called staff" came. Called then 3 times, about the noise. They do not care.
I was disgusted for the price you pay and what you have to put up with.
Their laundry room, is a tin shed with one washer and one dryer.
The views made up for it.
No we won't stay here again. - ladymac2015
Aug 2016 - $140.00
As expensive as any parks around but does have the advantage of sites that pull up right to the ocean seawall. On oceanfront sites, every other on is a pull in vs. back in allowing for services to be back to back and awnings to be facing each other.
Not much to offer for activities other than a spectacular and uncrowded beach.
Staff is helpful and the store is well stocked. - BellasRV
Feb 2017 - $54.00
Only here one night so this is on camp ground only. Sites are large but would not want to be here with a heavy motor home after a heavy rain. Some sites have soft ground. They are working on power and services but have a way to go. The pool, and laundry room is nice. The rest rooms and showers at the south side of camp ground are not up to what you would expect for a 54 dollar a night camp ground. Have camped in a lot nicer camp grounds for around 30 dollars a night in Florida. No will not camp here again. - Wink
Dec 2016 - $54.00
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting friends and local sights. Entrance to Bulow is a little narrow and between stone pillars, we navigated it fine, but I would think it could be a problem for a class A. The entrance road is long and narrow, with lots of overhanging branches. They obviously had some damage from the last hurricane as there are piles of debris everywhere. The office is plain and cold, although the woman at the desk was kind. We found our site on our own, crowded next to a obvious long term camper with stuff everywhere.
The sites are mostly pull thru, I guess, on sand and very uneven. The electrical hookup was a bit iffy. (Leaning over and rusted). There was no free wifi and we could not get any tv channels to work. There were alot of long term campers and many were cluttered and trashy. On a walk around the grounds we walked past the dumpster behind the activities building which was full and overflowing with trash bags all over. Overall appearance was rough and the sites are very uneven and too close. We would not stay here again. - SeeinUSA
Nov 2016 - $10.00
They were still cleaning up from Hurricane Matthew so there was piles of debris around. They were definitely working hard at it. They were also in the process of making other improvements, such upgrading power to 50amp.
Loved our site a nice big wide pull-thru with a concrete patio. Site was level & hookup to services was easy. Like the alternating set-up so you're not looking at your neighbours hook up. There were some old seasonals back in the park that definitely need tlc & make that part of the park look trashy.
Was a little concerned when we were advised on our 2nd day that the boil water advisory had been lifted. What advisory? We were never told about it at check in. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jan 2016 - $65.00
I picked the campground for the view. I could see the ocean from my front window and it was nice to watch the sunrise. The bathrooms were dirty and the machines in the laundry were rusty. I have a self-contained skoolie so I did not need to use them. There was more room between camp sites than the other camp grounds. There are only 25 spots so you don't have the crowd. Most of the other campers were snowbirds, and we're pleasant and quiet. This time of year the biker bar was quiet too. - Wmkbailey
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 2017 - $22.00
We stayed at site 31 on the beachside. This is my favorite park. Love going to sleep at night to the sound of the waves. The winds off the water keep the bugs away too so it was a wonderful relaxing stay. Will be back. - Dale T
Sep 2016 - $19.00
Loved this park! What a Florida jewel. There are two camping areas: one beach side and one on the intracoastal. The beachside is right on the beach, but the sites are tight. The intracoastal side is new and the sites are very nice. Staff was very helpful and friendly. The beach is very nice and mostly deserted when we were there. - tom&kathryn
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We stayed in the loop furthest from the water as our fifth wheel was too long at 35 ft. The Intracoastal Waterway loop was great with large, mostly unshaded spots. The gravel made for very level spots. Drainage was tested (and passed) with the downpours from the tropical depression forming. No pooling of water. Only the sites on the inner loop have sewer, which is funny because they encircle the rest rooms. Probably an ecological decision.
Flagler Beach is how all Florida beaches use to be with lots of easy, public access. Would return again and stay longer. Rate is the senior Florida resident rate. No wi-fi. Minimal antenna reception. - TailsAwagging
Mar 2016 - $31.00
This is a co-op and most of the lots are owned. They have some spaces for temporaries. This was a last minute choice due to our original choice being under water from recent rains. The first night they only had room in "the back forty". It was on grass with electric and water only. It was a nice spot with good spacing between units. The roads were gravel. The next couple of nights we were moved into the non owner section. It also had gravel roads, gravel spaces, but very close to neighbors. So close you have to be careful with your slides that you don't hit your neighbor. These were more level than the back forty. If the back forty had sewer, I would have preferred there. - esta34950
Sep 2011 - $30.00
No one in office, self registered. First site we picked electric didn't work, second site had to get 30 amps out of the 50 amp plug. Would not stay here again. - Cruiser31
Oct 2016 - $41.00
Very Nice park and nice management team...clean and easy to get in and out. - Spinks
Jun 2016 - $10.00
This park is located very close to some really good restaurants and bars, not to mention the beach. We had a pull-through site and were able to park next to the pool and office. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool is very nice and large. Some previous reviews talk about this park being small and hard to park in. I disagree. I have a 44 ft rig and had zero problems navigating the park. - Youngcop
Mar 2016 - $100.00
Park was very clean and nice with lots of shade trees. Park was quiet even though we were there during Bike Week. Clean bathrooms with plenty of large showers. Friday and Saturday night a band played at the pool. The only issue we had was during check in was our spot that we reserved was given to someone else. We ended up with a better spot so they were very accommodating. We learned from past guests the rate was increased quite a bit for the weekend due to the events going on. I would definitely stay again. Close to Daytona without being in all the traffic.
(Lot spacing was nearby and mostly shady. Site surface was a concrete pad and featured a picnic table and patio.) - KathyMike
Jan 2017 - $10.00
I love this state park. I've been here a few times. Only down fall is the camp sites. In my opinion they are small. They can be hard to back into. Other then that the area is fantastic. The park and surrounding areas offer good fishing, shopping and restaurants. The beach is awesome. You can even drive on the beach. - MichaelW
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Great park, feels very intimate even though it's fairly large. Sits on a peninsula just a few miles from Ormond Beach. Not at all big rig friendly, so my hat's off to those who were able to squeeze their larger 5th wheels and TTs in here during our stay. Several site driveways are at a 90 degree angle to the road and there is a lot of vegetation opposite the sites, so some are likely more difficult to get into. Nice little boat ramp with trailer parking for water activities a mile and half or so from the bottom of the campground loop, some fishing access points along the way as well. I did have a raccoon open the drinks cooler during the night, that was on me for not securing it at all. - avbrendan
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a beautiful park totally surrounded by water. The roads and sites are mostly caliche and sand and were uneven and rather rough to travel. Most of the sites were short and hard to back into. Our 33' rig fit into what I believe was the only concrete pull through in the park, but otherwise I am not sure we would have fit elsewhere. The park itself was a great surprise, a lovely park store with a large deck where we watched a beautiful sunset over the lake. Utilities were well placed, only 30 amp and no sewer hook up, but we managed. The dump site was a tight turn for a longer rig. - the Fishers
Feb 2016 - $20.00
This is a large muddy field with mostly permanent residents, and many noisy motorcycles. I didn't feel very safe at this campground which is unusual for me. Florida had a rainy winter and ground was soft and muddy everywhere. It didn't rain while we were here. Very tight spaces on 3 sides. Zero privacy. Little rowdy at night, but it was a weekend. - IowaGirl
Jan 2016 - $20.00
There is a motocross park next door that is busy on the weekends. We did not notice any excess noise from them as another stated. The roads are dirt and narrow, but in good shape. The spots were grass, but level. We had a lot of rain the weekend we were there and did not see any standing water. The bathhouse/showers are old but clean. The lady that checked us in was pleasant. The spaces were a bit narrow and with a narrow road it could cause someone with a big rig to have an issue backing in. We were OK with our 34' coach. We were there over New Years eve and were afraid there would be a lot of noise with the bar/restaurant at the entrance, but it was a quiet peaceful evening. Most of the units were old permanent ones that gave the park a "red neck" feel, but every one was friendly or just stuck to themselves. We will stay again next time we are in the area. - esta34950
Jul 2012 - $20.00
Overall it is a quiet park with mainly permanent campers. There is a motocross park next door, that can be a little noisy on the weekends. There is a large bar/restaurant as part of the campground, the food is great. People come from all over the area for the Fridays all you eat fish dinner and etc...The entertainment is really good with the Palm Coast Swing Band and others performing weekly. What appears to be a "Biker" bar and campground is truly now designed for a older crowd. The owner is very hands on, and keeps most everything up nicely. The staff is friendly, and try to accommodate the campers. Access to the park is not bad if you are heading south on hwy 1. If you are coming from the south, prepare for some u-turns on a major highway. The sites are large, and easy to back into. The price is not bad for the area, and its a pretty well kept older campground, no frills, but quiet and peaceful. I would recommend here if you are looking for a quiet spot for a couple days, and still be in easy traveling distance of the beaches, state parks, etc... - Davescrate
Feb 2016 - $105.00
This RV park is small, with some short-, some medium-length sites, no pull-throughs. Site 6 is for 25-footer or shorter. Hookups are good but the water faucets for the 3 spaces by mine were consolidated into the middle space... meaning, you'd better have a long hose for water! We also had to use our 90-degree connector since the spouts were so close to the ground. Sewer port was on the opposite side from normal, so needed to use my sewer hose extension. This is an all-sand park inasmuch as it's just an extension of the beach itself... yes, the beach is _right_ _there_, which is likely the reason the sites were $105 per night. But we enjoyed having it just a few steps away. So, being sandy, the sites weren't level and it took a bit of work to get our RV close to level. No cable TV and over-the-air stations weren't easy to get. The restroom/showers were in fair shape and mostly clean, and were configured like a public restroom with stalls. They had WiFi and some nights were good -- twice we were able to stream video -- others not so good. Most of the time it was good for email/FB. Dumpsters were not in the RV area, but halfway to the lobby (not far). RV site renters have full access to all the hotel amenities, too, and the pool was awesome... really enjoyed it. They loan out pool towels in the hotel lobby. The hotel/office personnel were all extremely friendly. By the stairs to the beach there is a single picnic table and a grill, so they are available to anyone. Pets are okay in the park, but no animals on the beach. The beach was fantastic, partly coral-colored and just the right firmness for easy walking and biking, and we enjoyed it every day. Overall, everything was good but unless you *have* to be on the beach, the value is very poor. We would probably stay here again if we had to be in the area. - RobtL
Apr 2015 - $72.00
It's on the beach. If you want sand, sun, and ocean this works. Site was very uneven and couldn't level with jacks. Some motor homes were well off their wheels to try to level. Restrooms were not private. No place to hang clothes, towel or to put soap and shampoo. I gave it a poor rating mostly because we were across from an over flowing dumpster and the shower situation. Didn't check the laundry. You must check in at the hotel and our coach would not fit in the entry so we parked in the RV park and walked back to hotel to check in. - beach walker
Jul 2014 - $120.00
Price is higher due to the Nascar races in Daytona and prices are jacked up everywhere. Even so, I love this place! This is our second time coming here & will always stay here when coming to Daytona. True, the sites are small. Yes, they could do some improvements. And, yes, they don't have much to offer except from being steps away from the ocean! The hotel staff is very friendly & helpful. Besides a beautiful beach, you have access to the pool, which was very clean and nice. Only thing was the crushed shell driveway & path - crushed shells were all over our camper. Regardless, we love it here & will definitely come again. - bgw5350
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here on a monthly basis for contract work. Our rate was around 500/month excluding electricity.
Immediately greeted by the owner upon arrival. I had to back into my space, and I do believe it was the tightest space in the park. But the owner was right there beside me, telling me exactly where and how far to turn my wheels to get properly set up.
There are some concrete pads mixed in with grass spots. Ours was grass, but was so level, I did not have to jack up either side of our camper.
I really have nothing bad to say about this place...it is a hidden jewel and I am so glad we found it. It is beside the Iron Horse Saloon frequented by bikers, but we hardly knew they were there.
This park is small and quiet. If you like quiet and no kids, this is the place for you. - Traveling Man 49
Mar 2016 - $54.00
Small park with level lots and big rig friendly. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Showers and laundry were good. No dog park which made walking dog difficult. Convenient to Daytona 500. Located beside Ironhorse Salon in the middle of bike week so noisy but made it easy to walk and see all the activities. Wifi was excellent. No problem using our satellite dish. - Fulltimersrv
Jan 2016 - $54.00
We are presently spending our fifth winter season (about two months for us) at Harris Village RV Park. We knew our first year that we had "lucked" upon the right place for us. A number of couples return here year after year and become "family." Anyone who wants to become part of the family is welcome, or if you prefer your privacy that is also honored. The owners, are very personable and work day and night to keep the park immaculate. They go the extra mile to accommodate your needs. Cable TV and WiFi are always in good working order. The ocean is about a ten-minute drive, and everything you could possibly need or want is close by in Ormond Beach or Daytona Beach. We highly recommend Harris Village to anyone who is interested in a small, quiet, no frills, affordable RV park in Florida. In fact, we probably should keep this place one of Florida's "best-kept secrets." :-) - The Meeks