24 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
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
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
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 2016 - $140.00
Way to much $$$ for a beach view with no services. $155 a night with tax, No trash pickup, limited cable, stayed just one night, and very poor area to walk your dog. The dog walk is pinched between a fence, a drainage ditch and a very busy highway. My poor dogs were scared to death to go for their walk. The rv parking area has very limited grass and the wind blows constantly so lots of sand in the air. On the plus side the ocean view and sunrise was beautiful. Wouldn't stay again, I have found much nicer places in FL with water views and lots of amenities for half the price. - SStraveler
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Small 30 or so sites on crushed asphalt same as roads. Plenty of trees for shade with a small opening at the river with a swing and dock if you brought your paddle boat. About 20 miles to downtown Saint Augustine. Free DirecTV box which worked well and best of all, strong wifi which worked great. - JimChan52
Apr 2016 - $37.00
Nice, rather small park, between St Augustine and Palm Coast. We picked this location because we were visiting friends in Palm Coast and wanted to site see in St. Augustine. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The site was just barely big enough for our big rig and tow car, and road in the park was a little tight. The sites were fairly level and there were enough trees to provide some shade, too much to use your own satellite. There was grass between sites. They did not have cable but they had satellite service and they provided the box. The park had a nice friendly feel because of its size. - Sally Chew
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Exceptionally clean little, gated park. Managers are very involved and friendly. Full hookups with cable **There is no bathhouse at this campground. Must be self-contained.** I have a small travel trailer. There are two spots in the back that are given to small guys like us. While very picturesque, with a view of woods and creek...sewer hookup is UPHILL. My hose tore as I tried to lift it up for gravity to do it's thing. No fun on that one. - jdzs94
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Stayed for a week. Sites are large and level. Ours had a concrete patio, 50 amps, with cable. Staff was extremely helpful but the hours of check-in and the general store were limited. Sandy roads had large low areas that filled with water after a rain guess this is to be expected in a coastal campground. All in all a nice place except for the bathhouses, there were 3 and only 1 of them was air conditioning, none were very clean. - Screaming Eagle
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Camp is super clean and easy to access RV spots -we had a pull through. Staff was very friendly. Would definitely stay again if in the area. A few very loud partying/drinking neighbors, but otherwise a nice park! - DwFriedberg
Apr 2016 - $1.00
We have a 40' motorhome with a toad. The only negative for this park is the entrance/exit. The stone pillars are very attractive but make for very tight turns. The curbing shows that everyone has rubbed their tires. The sites for travelers are quite spacious with some open for good satellite and others under the trees for shade. There were few 50 amps available but the weather was cool enough for 30 amp to be adequate. We will return. - Seeingtheusa.com
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
Oct 2015 - $18.00
If you are looking for a very private campground, this is it. Dirt road begins at entrance and has a lot of dips. There are places where trees are close to the road, difficult to navigate with 30' trailer. Not a lot to do in the park, had a playground, water access, wide sites. About 5 minutes from I95. No store, not very many trails, bathrooms were old, but were clean. This was not what I have come to expect from a state park in Florida. We have stayed at approximately 10-15 parks in Florida and this is not one I will go back to. It is close to St. Augustine, which is a great place to walk through the historic district. TV reception was very bad, cell service was on and off. - Cairo Camper
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
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Best value anywhere!! We stayed on the beachside. It's difficult to get a site reserved there because these are very popular. We could only get 2 nights for our stay. Our site was 03 which is a back-in site right next to the dunes by the Atlantic Ocean. However, the dunes were tall and the vegetation was such that we could not see the ocean. The sites just across from us would have worked fine too (and they are sometimes more available). Sites like 19 & 21 have ocean views but are solidly booked up. But if you can get a site, do it! It was awesome! Walking to the beach each day, sitting there in the evening listening to the waves. Nothing better. And it's like having your own private beach; there's hardly anyone there. Flagler Beach is a nice, low-key town with no highrise condos everywhere. You can take your dog on the beach too; just not within the boarders of the park. You just have to walk a little bit up the road to another entrance. Restaurants in town (about 3 miles) are great too. Park staff were extremely friendly and helpful, including the camp host. We'll definitely be back! - new FL camper
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