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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $26.00
The road to the campground is sandy but rough. I think a class A or an Airstream might drag the bottom. The sand road makes it passable. They were both camped there during our stay. The sites are small but nice, mostly shady, and quite. The staff were not much help. They did not know anything about the trails or the area. I thought this was odd. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The concrete trail that is across the entrance from the campground is a nice ride through the woods. It wanders through the woods and comes out at the intersection of Pine and Beach.
The Casements tour was worth the time.
We used the Koin Kleen Laundry in Ormond. I would recommend them.
Best place to eat Bubbalous Bodacious BBQ.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $27.00
Very nice park. Nice bathrooms and laundry at bathroom bldg. Good biking around park and into Ormond Beach on sidewalks. Nice camp store called "The Outpost". Great couple who run that with little concerts that they perform in on Friday & Sat nights. Very enjoyable stay and we would definitely return again. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $24.00
Dirt roads leading to camp sites. Very difficult for big rigs to park here. Our campsite had a tree about 8 foot inside the site. Finally, we were about to park our recreational vehicle, but it took several attempts to allow room for our slide out. The park was very quiet during the week, with the weekend being a mess. I felt sorry for the camp hosts, as they were constantly cleaning up the mess in the restrooms. Be sure to take a bicycle or car to use to get around. There is live music at the restaurant on Saturday nights. For such a large park, we were surprised that there was only one hiking trail. There are number of places around the park for fishing and a wonderful boat launch. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $27.00
A sign at the entrance says "Welcome to the real Florida." This accurately describes this park. Most campsites seemed to be jungle clearings with lush vegetation all around. You will have a hard time even seeing your neighbors. The restrooms were modern and kept clean by a large group of friendly volunteers. There are numerous walking trails and a really 'get back to nature' feel from a park that is only 3 miles from all the tourist sites in Daytona Beach. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $20.00
Florida State Parks promote “the Real Florida.” Tomoka SP campground located between the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers offer wooded, shaded sandy sites, some with river or fishing access. Popular with kayakers, the park offers protected waters. Nature programs are offered on the weekends. There is a popular boat launch with outpost store between the campground and the Indian village historical marker and monument at the northern tip of the park. Modern bathhouses and clean showers also provide laundry facilities. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $27.00
This is a great park, very close to Orlando and lots of outdoor activities. Would be nice if they had full hookup for longer stays but we managed. We stayed over the Vets Day Holiday so it was not too crowded. Just a word to wise, never stay here during any Bike/Motorcycle even. The bikers do not care about the quiet hours and you will never get sleep. Other than that, I highly recommend this park. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $13.00
We camped here with friends over a long weekend and absolutely loved it. The campground is beautiful, with lots of tree cover and some level of privacy between campsites. There was enough to do in the park and in the area. It was windy when we were there, so we didn't get to go kayaking, but we still enjoyed ourselves. The restrooms near us were older, but clean and convenient. There were a couple sites with concrete pads, but mostly it was sandy and shelly. The nice thing about being closer to the beach is that you don't get a lot of the fine black dust around the campsite. There was no sewer hookup, but there is a dump station. Only complaint is the water wash-down hose at the dump station had a strange end on it and wouldn't hook up easily to our RV to flush the tanks. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely visit again. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $27.00
I just loved Tomoka State Park. Workers are friendly. Bathrooms are the cleanest I have ever seen in a state park. Have a nice walking path across the street from the entrance. Spots are not on top of each other. It books fast...Just keep checking internet for cancellations. That is how I got in for 5 nights. But we had to change sites 3 times. But I did not care. It was great. It was a great place to stay while at Daytona Beach bike week. A lot of motorcycle, but bring earplugs, and it no biggie!! My dog loved it here, too! We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $24.00
Stayed three nights. Overall this park was a secluded paradise in the middle of the urban areas of Ormond Beach and North Daytona Beach, Florida. All sites are secluded from other sites by heavy vegetation and +/- 90% of them are covered with a dense canopy. The park has well maintained sand roads and sites. The handicap sites are the best I have seen in a state park, first class. This beach park rates high on my list. My 30 amp site was long and narrow (fit a 28-foot rig with one slide) with two trees, you have back you rig through. Must be good at backing or want a challenge. The site is secluded with a level site. Bath house is nearby. Very secluded. Overall, the restroom was better than average. Very clean, with hand soap and towels provided. The handicap facilities were 1st class. Bath was clean, no heat (Nov). Verizon cell service worked: 3+ bars, 3G at least Internet access. No satellite TV. I have DTV. Heavy overhead canopy, at our sites. I was able to get reception by putting the receiver on the site next to ours. The park store has the basics for shopping and groceries. Firewood at the park store is $6 for an average size bundle. The nearest large grocery is 3 miles. Beach 7 to 8 miles. Many great restaurants within 10 miles. Tomoka River Grill has great food and a great view of the Tomoka River. Would I return? Yes, any site would be great, I have not seen a bad one. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $25.00
We stayed here for only one night. Beautiful sights, semi-private. Nice location, helpful staff. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $27.00
Very nice state park. Some sites are very shallow and would not fit big rigs, but would be fine for tents. The campground hosts cleaned the restrooms on a daily basis, even Christmas day. The bike riding is fine on the hard packed sand roads. We took our bikes on a couple of the hiking trails too. It was fun. There are beautiful, big oak trees throughout the park. We enjoyed our stay and will return again. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $18.00
This was a very educational park with numerous fishing spots. A small road to maneuver your rig, but the camp spots were comfortable. I enjoyed deer along with the beautiful nature surrounding this campground. I enjoyed my visit and will surely camp here again in the future. Also, I had a great time at the beach which is just minutes away. I took my bikes but the roads were too narrow to accommodate a bike and the current traffic flow. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $13.00
Florida senior resident rate shown. Our fourth time here. Obviously we think it's great for sitting around, hiking, kayaking, fishing and just relaxing. Everything is clean, well-managed and personnel are friendly and helpful. Be sure to check out the North end of the park for the "Indian " sculpture and the best fishing and walking the shore. Bring a cast net to catch bait or buy it at the concessions stand which is now open 12 hours a day, 7 days a week with live music on Saturday night. We had our favorite site #30 again and had a short 100 foot or so walk to the water behind the sites. We found a very good restaurant called "Rivergrille" right on the Tomoka River. Take the shortcut to US 1 (Comes in just east of I-95 passing over US 1), turn South on US 1 and the restaurant is on the right just across the Tomoka River bridge. Huge outside deck areas, indoor driftwood and antique decorations, great food, medium prices and friendly staff make this a must for casual meals. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $28.00
The park is typical "old Florida style", narrow inner roads (not big rig friendly), lots of thick underbrush but well maintained. The drive getting to the park cautions vehicles over 12'-6" high because of the tree canopy on Beach St. I drove down the middle of Beach St. for a portion of the journey to avoid the lowest hanging branches. Great location for visiting Daytona or other beach areas. No ocean beach access, river access only. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $12.00
It is a great park with a neat layout. The roads are hard packed as are the sites. The sites are shaded and good size. All seem to have picnic table and fire ring. They are easy to back in. There are shrubs & trees between sites. While touring the grounds we didn't see a bad site. Handicap sites have concrete pads and paths. The restrooms/showers are well kept and clean. The rangers and hosts real nice folks. There is a small store with a few basics for sale and light breakfast and lunch. Friday and Saturday nights the owners put on a great 2-hour sunset songfest. What a treat that was. It is a family oriented park. The Kayak, canoe and fishing gear rentals were reasonably priced. We wish it were closer to home, as we would use it for 3-day weekenders. We will return. If you need TV, we pulled in about a dozen or so clear channels on our antenna with no problem. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
The concrete trail that is across the entrance from the campground is a nice ride through the woods. It wanders through the woods and comes out at the intersection of Pine and Beach. The Casements tour was worth the time. We used the Koin Kleen Laundry in Ormond. I would recommend them. Best place to eat Bubbalous Bodacious BBQ.Beas • February 2015
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