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. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
A very good sea food shack restaurant is north on A1A about 3 miles. Look for JT's on the left side.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $135.00
We were quoted a price of $90 per night when we made our reservation. We got there and they upped the price to $135/night! They said they have the right to change their prices at any time if even you already had a reservation. The sites were tiny. They said when we made the reservation we could fit on the site, but when we got there the sites were too small. They were rude and we won't be back. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $130.00
Very Pricey for what you get. I paid less in Key West and this sure isn't Key West. The price reflects the rate charged during "Bike Week", so you pay a premium to put up with constant noise into the AM. The ridiculousley high rate is my only complaint. This wasn't even for a waterfront site. Otherwise, the park is as others have described, right on the beach, well stocked store, and friendly staff. I probably wouldn't stay here again, even at the normal rate, which is also over priced. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 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. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Close to Flagler Beach, Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach.
Date of Stay: March, 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. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $130.00
BEACHFRONT, what more can I say. We stayed in north end of park, think I would ask for south end next time, believe all have concrete patios to the south of registration/store. Hate that you have to take dogs outside the park fence to potty. Should be some type barrier to road, in case dog got off leash. Nice, easy, laid back park, and laid back area- we loved it. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Fishermen's Net, Golden Lion, Flagler Fish Market. bike riding, bird watching, sunning. and relaxing.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $75.00
A little pricey, but otherwise it's a wonderful site with a helpful and informative staff. The on site convenience store is clean and stocked with delicious options for kids, pups and Adult needs. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Tent Trailer.
60 miles away from our home - a great place to get away and relax. Have been coming to this park for about 6 years. Many improvements to the campground. Stay in the premium sites with concrete patio's. The additional space (25 foot width) is well worth the expense - and they aren't cheap. But where else can you go for beach front, dog friendly camping. Highly recommend this place. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
30 miles to St Augustine. 30 miles to Daytona. Oh, and there's the Atlantic Ocean right out your door.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $110.00
Couldn't get any closer to the beach than this place. Very clean only problem was when it rained it became a mess outside, but after pulling in and setting up we could see that down at the other end of park they have sites with concrete pads. Wished we had got one of them but didn't even get offered and they were empty the whole time we were there. Very expensive but that is what you pay to be on the beach. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Yes, it is pricey, but if you want to look out your front window and see the ocean it is worth it. You get what you see. The ocean and the beach are the frills. If you want to pay less, you can opt to park across the street and pay 40.00 less. Some excellent restaurants nearby. Sites are very easy to pull into. Park is clean, hoses at all beach steps to wash off. . We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
The rate is a 3 day average including tax. It is for a beach front site on a Friday through Monday. It is pretty pricey, for not a lot of amenities. Dirt/sand pads and concrete patios. When we first arrived, our site had not been prepared. There were two huge divots where the previous rig has scrubbed their tires back and forth and made huge holes. Then our first site was #57. This site is next to a walkway which has a water hose next to the walkway for use by beach users to rinse off. Except that the water all drains into your RV site turning it into a muddy mess. I would avoid site 57. We asked for and were moved to a different site, as the place was pretty empty while we were there. As a result of our first site being unsatisfactory, the manager offered us a free day. That brought the price down a bit for the 4 day stay, but it is still pretty steep for what you get. I moved to a very exclusive park in central Florida a few hours away and paid half the price for a 5 star resort. I would probably look for a different RV park if I was in the area again. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $110.00
You can get a direct Ocean front site here and see the Ocean from your windshield. They have a camping store with supplies and snacks at the front entrance. Everything is sand and you will track it in your rig. There are no real facilities for your pets, but you can take them on the beach, if leashed and you clean up after them. We had a nice time and may return. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.
If it's just beach you're after it's there. I guess for $80 I expect a little bit more. Hard packed sand and a narrow/shallow site and there you are. No Wi-Fi unless you sit in the office. Two miles south to a restuarant and many miles north to one. Having to walk the dog out along the highway was a pain. Some/any landscaping would have been nice. The roar of the ocean was nice. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We live 2+ hours from the beach, and the wife wanted to go to the beach, so we decided to take the RV over and stay a couple days. Beverly Beach is the first "Ocean/Beach" campgrounds we've ever stayed at, and I have to say I am VERY impressed. Very easy to book the reservation on short notice, very easy to check in, site was level with a good amount of space for our 34' RV and my F-150. The concrete pad was an added bonus. My power monitor showed the power supplied was adequate even under a lot of load. Water was fresh, on site showers and bathrooms were nice and VERY clean. The only issue I had the entire visit, which wasn't a real issue because we were down on the beach most of the time, was the cable. We tried to watch some TV at night, but the cable TV supplied was full of a lot of static. I even ran down to Wal-Mart and bought a new wire thinking mine was bad but that didn't do anything. A bit costly compared to other campgrounds on this same stretch of road, but overall this campground is superb, and I will return again very soon... We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $80.00
The ONLY thing this place has is ocean front sites, other than that you are in a parking lot, packed in so close that the people next door sewer line is gurgling under your picnic table. Way over priced, it's priced like a high end class A only RV resort for which it is NOT. The owner from India runs around all day on a golf cart making sure his staff is working hard enough and fast enough, it's run for maximum profit and no frills. Good for only a one night stop over. I was told he jumps to $120 a night for the Christmas week. I just love the sewer line under our picnic table, I suggest looking around. We camped at Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort in a Motorhome.