25 RV Parks near Palm Coast, Florida
Jan 2011 - $20.00
This is a "primitive" campground for TENTS only. Princess Place preserve is a 1,500 acre Flagler County Park on the site of an old plantation. It is on the Mantanzas River (a huge estuary )and Pellicer Creek. Sites have a covered picnic table and a dock, but no facilities. There is an old mansion and stable, miles of hiking trails, a canoe/kayak launch, great fishing, moss covered live oak trees...just beautiful! And remote. The restrooms at the visitor's center have flush toilets and running water. I gave it a 7 because of lack of facilities, but it is a 10 in beauty. It is very near I-95 between St. Augustine and Daytona. Call ahead for camping permits. - canoeperson
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Was referred here by a friend, will never stay at this park again.
Checked in on a Friday afternoon, nobody in the office for check in, and it was only noon. Found a nice somewhat level spot and set my trailer up. Neighbors are mostly permanent and living there full time, everybody was friendly, waved as we pulled in.
Park amenities,bathrooms were sub par and dirty, showers were dirty and you could see through the doors, lots of tents in the front of the roads, disheveled looking campsites, lots of tarps and junk at those sites.
Kids as young as 5 running around unsupervised.
On Sat went to the office to see about paying and find out what there was to do in the area.
The lady in the office was very rude as she spoke to me and my wife, told us the price for us to stay for a week, was more then I was quoted over the phone(almost like a bait and switch at the last minute). Asked about the difference in what I was quoted,and was told I was wrong. Proceeded to ask about what there was to to in he area, and she kind of brushed us off, an with a slight attitude was told about the beach and not much more,
There was a bar/restaurant called the Black Cloud, heard the food was really good but was told that it was not open.
The campsite was good, dry, it rained a little but no standing water. The roads are very narrow,uneven but no mud at least.
Had a nice stay in the area.
I won't go back there due to the so called management,asked who the owner was and was told he was away on vacation and could not be reached.
The woman was very rude,very nosy as well (would ride around on a golf cart and just looked at campsites with a angry look on her face).
I feel the owner needs to take more of a hands on approach,and possibly replace some of the management staff with some more friendlier people.
If you plan on staying here,get used to the sound of motorcycles on the weekend nonstop due to the track that's behind the campground. - Longrider
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
May 2017 - $65.00
I camped on site 14 in a 16ft camper. I couldn't even open my canopy without being in my neighbors camper. I didn't use the facilities and would never cause of how nasty the place is. The view is the ocean and that's all this place has to offer. I can honestly say " I'll never be back". - Donna Roy
Mar 2017 - $39.00
Great retirement campground. Small close sites but pleasantly right on the ocean. Steps and ramp to the water with nice fish cleaning sink at the ocean front. Very pet friendly. Some sites have a bit of shade. Staff very friendly and helpful. Campers so friendly and felt like family in a matter of days. Except fishing and swimming not much for children to do unless you drive 20+ miles to Daytona for amusement and nice park hiking areas. - Mickey K
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
Aug 2017 - $133.00
Paid the rate for a beach front location, which was really nice. Long walks on the beach with the dog were great. Spaces are close together but had no issues with water pressure or WiFi. People working there were very nice and the location is close to a lot of good restaurants. - nrb
May 2017 - $120.00
Dirt lot, no gravel, no pad. Couldn't sit outside as the wind had so much black dirt blowing around. Rained and everything was black mud. No water pressure, had to use our pump to take a shower. Could have stayed at a state park and had better amenities. - DebDebCamps
Apr 2017 - $190.00
Awesome ocean front view, units are packed in like sardines, My main complaint is the water pressure, Its no so great, the pump in my RV is better. The WiFi speed and quality is fair at best. Utility connections were about 30ft away. Probably wont be back for a long while at this price. - In4nI
Apr 2017 - $44.00
Small park; pros are the proximity to St. Augustine. friendly staff and direct tv boxes. Cons are gravel road and RV spaces which could use some work and very poor Wi-Fi reception. If you are placed in one of the front spaces the road noise (A1 South) is horrible and there is a towing business next door that tows all day & night. It gets pretty noisy too. We only stayed 12 days so overall satisfactory but would not stay any longer. - montytoo
Mar 2017 - $14.00
Our rate is based on a monthly stay. This is a very small rustic campground. There is no showerhouse or bathrooms. It is within a short drive to St Augustine and several other must see towns. The camp hosts are very sweet and helpful. They are always in the office or campground and are willing to help you with any problem. Our site was decent size with crushed asphalt and full hookup. There is a scrap yard next door and its right on hwy 1. We only occasionally heard noice from scrap yard and road noice was not terrible. Lots of trees, foliage and a beautiful area by creek with dock and swing. The few permanent residents were very friendly. We liked it very much. - wendie T
Nov 2016 - $32.00
We stayed at Pellicer Creek in our 35 foot motorhome along with two other couples and their motorhomes for Thanksgiving in 2016. It is a quaint small campground (30 sites). It is easily accessible off of I-95 and US1 with close proximity to St Augustine and Daytona. The staff is great and go out of their way to insure you are settled and comfortable with your site. We were not able to secure 3 sites together but the campground is small enough that it did not matter. It is located right off of US1 and there may be some road noise if you have a site at the front but those sites appeared to be held by longer term campers. The campground was homey and quiet. Fire rings are provided. We travel with 2 greyhounds who enjoy long walks. One minor drawback for us was the lack of walking or biking trails within the campground. (There are multiple places within a short drive that are available, including hiking trails and a park.) Sites were shaded and clean with full hookups. Great cable TV but requires hooking us one of their boxes. (Staff will gladly hook it up for you!) This is a great place away from the hustle and bustle of St Augustine and Daytona Beach but close enough to visit them daily. We would definitely stay here again. - MIke-Sunstar35F
Apr 2017 - $50.00
8 miles to beach is best part of campground. VERY rustic, 1/2 sites have services on wrong side of rig. our site had been under water, luckily no rain while we visited. first site for us was not suitable. We had to ask for a larger site, and they gave me a hard time saying that the first one was perfect for us - no way to get into it, ad even if we could have, we would not have been able to open slides. They are doing electrical improvements, but creating some issues on many sites by placing the power stations within 5 feet of roadway. - rosel
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
Jun 2017 - $38.00
I made reservations for this campground but ended up not staying here. We became concerned when the road was dirt, appeared to be very narrow and we did not see a ranger station at the entry. We drove a separate car down to see if we were even at the right entry point. The park was lovey, the ranger nice but a few things should be noted. It's a small campground and we had a 30' trailer, long bed extended cab truck. My husband did not feel comfortable trying to maneuver it into their spots. It would have been very tight, and we would risk damaging the RV. I've seen him park in some pretty tight spots so I trust his judgement. It can be done but it would be difficult. We also watched 3 motor homes turn around at the entry. They should not be recommending this for anyone with bigger rigs. Shorter ones and tent campers would be fine. Ended up staying at an RV park 15 miles north. But I wasted my money since we couldn't stay there. - Upward
Apr 2016 - $18.00
We're big fans of Florida State Parks in general, this park is similar to many we have stayed in and been happy with so far. Great location to get away to nature, and still close enough to civilization to keep up with creature comforts. - avbrendan
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Small campground in the woods on Pellicer creek. Great place if you enjoy nature, kayaking, and wildlife. Not so much if you require amenities. Spacious, private sites. The dirt road entrance was a few miles long, but we found the road to be well maintained with very few holes or dips. Great place for kayaking. Campground is 15 minutes to beach. You can access groceries store in Palm Coast or north in St. Augustine. Very friendly camp hosts who sell ice and firewood. - retrocat
Aug 2017 - $28.00
We stayed here 5 nights only because it was booked and was all we could get. We stayed in the sites across from the beach but did not mind. Would have preferred to be on the beach but the these sites were very spacious and private. They have a river and a pier you can fish off of or launch your boat. They have a nice camp shop with rentals, snacks, and firewood. Pets are not allowed on the state park beach, but pretty much any other beyond their border. There is a bunch of restaurants and stores nearby. We will definitely stay here again...if we can get a site! - Fulltimingit
Aug 2017 - $28.00
We had an absolutely wonderful weekend at Gamble Rogers park. The beach loop is right off the beach; you can hear the surf from your site. If you have an RV with a window in front/back, a few of them (sites 15-21 or so?) even offer an overlook of the ocean. The beach itself is beautiful -- fairly soft sand, with few shells/rocks/seaweed. Sites on the beach loop are clean, pretty level, and not too close; a bit of vegetation between each site provides a bit of privacy. Bathrooms/showers also in fine condition. Campground host was very friendly. This was probably my favorite campground so far, and we will likely be making an annual visit -- so long as I can get the reservations! - Spiffe
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
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
May 2017 - $44.00
When we arrived, the office was just closing. We had reservations, and the management "upgraded" us to a premium site at no additional cost. This is an older campground built for smaller RVs. It is described as big rig friendly, but... While the sites had concrete pads, getting to them was not possible using normal means. This was a pull through site, but it was impossible to pull in forward. It was necessary to unhook the car and back into the site. We had a short, 15-minute rain shower and many sites were flooded badly. The campground needs money poured in it to bring it back to life. There are many permanent residents who, for the most part, keep their lots attractive. - EdGuru
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