7 Parks near St Augustine, Florida
1505 State Road 207 St Augustine, Florida 32086 (map) | (904) 824-3574
Sites: 105 | Latest Rate: $45.00 | 71 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Perfectly located, you can bike to historic St Augustin in 4 miles through bike paths.
The campground is surrounded by luscious tropical foliage, it is secluded, quiet and nicely kept.
The owners are super nice which is a plus.
Among some of the amenities you will find a dog park, a 1 mile hiking trail, a gorgeous pond, and a camp stage with performances on Saturday.
Just perfect for us! - Catalina W
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is a park that is fairly large and has nice pull through sites with a concrete pad, grassy area and picnic table. The units are close but not unreasonable and they are staggered so one does not look directly into the next unit. Could be problems in heavy rain for some sites. The location is not far from Saint Augustine and the price is reasonable for this area. The WiFi worked okay for a couple days then wouldn't let me log in, it's one of those free daily login sites with limited usage. Very close to town with shuttle pickup to the downtown trolleys. We are 60 feet long with motor home and car hauler trailer and fit well in the pull thru. Would definitely stay again. - utahhusker
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Friendly staff. Clean. Some sites have concrete patio with landscaping. Most sites grass. My site was slightly not level. Easy access hook-ups and cable TV. - camper19709
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
Mar 2014 - $19.00
Sand road coming in and going out of park is 3 miles long narrow, and rough. This is an older State Park, that is quiet and remote. OK for smaller trailers and Motorhomes, but would not take a 36' in again. - SJake
Nov 2015 - $70.00
RV site is all sand. Roads are all sand. Restrooms not cleaned during entire 7 day stay. Women's restroom was the worst. Toilets stopped up and full. Feces wiped on walls and doors. Feces pile near entrance inside. Park official rides around in truck and enforces dog leash rules but not driving rules or parking rules. Campers park all afternoon and overnight at extremely limited parking provided for restrooms. Complaints to office staff gets a smile but no action. - NavyCPO
Sep 2015 - $69.00
We stayed for three nights in September in a 25' motor home. Frankly, we were very disappointed. This is not a bad park. But I don't understand how they can charge $69 for a non-waterfront site. To get into town takes 5 minutes by car. The ocean is across the street from the park. There is a restaurant on the inter-coastal and a boat launch at this location.
But compare this to St Anastasia State Park, just a few miles away. St. Anastasia is 5 minutes from town by bicycle. The park includes a huge beach. The park has a snack stand, not a full restaurant and bar...and does not have a pool. But at $20 a night, the state park provides camp sites that are as wide and flat (both are sand, not concrete), and private as North Beach. The state parks bathrooms and showers are newer and cleaner!
I commented to someone in the pool about the comparison and she commented that she preferred North Beach because of the pool. Sorry, that isn't worth $49 a night to me. Especially since you couldn't access the pool till 9am and the jacuzzi wasn't warmer than the pool.
And of course the free internet requires you to sit next to the repeater at the bath house. - Ncw
Aug 2015 - $64.00
The CG was clean and quiet at night. Most of the permanent sites are nicely kept, but a few need attention. Sites are very spacious and the pull throughs can accommodate several vehicles. Access to the beach, intracoastal, and St. Augustine make this CG stand out. They have remodeled the pool area and did an outstanding job. However, they don't enforce the pool rules. People drive up and park or park across the street and freely access the pool. Adults doing cannonballs and drinking beers while in the water. Told the staff person and she was amazed that this was happening, but couldn't check it out as she was the only one there. Watch yourself on the roads as there are children driving golf carts at excessive speeds. Don't expect 1st class showers or bathrooms. Bring flash lights as it is dark on the CG roads at night. - ColemanTT
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
Jan 2016 - $32.00
We came here on November 1, 2015 and will be here until March 31, 2016. The WiFi is excellent as is the provided DirecTV with 169 channels. Many people spend the winter here so reservations are highly recommended. A dock is provided on the creek for fishing. The owner and camp hosts, as well as other campers, are friendly and helpful. - fulltimetraveler2
Nov 2015 - $32.00
Nice clean little park with only 30 spaces. The owners are more than eager to please and it shows in the park.
Spaces are mostly level gravel with small concrete patios. And the spaces are plenty large.
This is a nice place with easy access on and off US-1 and I-95 with easy access to St. Augustine. It is about 20 miles south of St. Augustine but is a straight shot up US-1. The price is much better than closer into town and it's clean and everyone seems friendly. There is a really nice rec room with TV, books, tables and sort of a kitchen area as well as a small well kept laundry.
This park is for self contained units as there is no bath house or restrooms. There is no hot tub or pool so is not a destination park but for a place to stay while visiting or for a overnight it is great. Also only a few longtimers but they are well maintained.
The only negative is the road noise. The 3 or 4 spaces along the highway can get a little loud. - digger2280
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Our rating is based more on the convenience of this camping location to St. Augustine than on any other factors. Each site has water and 30a electric but no sewer. About half the sites are on asphalt and the rest are on bare ground which are more accessible for back-in. The campground is located at the rear of the Elk's huge parking lot which is also used for parking when the Amphitheater next door has major events. You might want to check their event schedule for the time you plan to stay because the lot is packed to capacity and so busy it is very difficult to enter or leave the grounds. As a side benefit though, you can listen to the concert from the convenience of your RV. - Born2Roam
Dec 2015 - $20.00
Stayed here to be near family for Christmas. Very accommodating staff. When we called to see if they had sites the bartender gave us a lot of information. There was only one other RV there when we arrived. The lodge is very active with a full calendar and the breakfast on Sunday morning was great. Good 30-amp service and water pressure. The camp host needs to do some litter picking. We will return. - StarlifterFE
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Very convenient location close to town, the state park, within walking distance to the lighthouse. Nice back-in sites behind the Lodge. Cost was very reasonable for being so close to St. Augustine historical sites. They don't take reservations. Would stay here again. - J and T RV Travels
Jan 2016 - $16.00
The rate I have noted here is a combination of two weeks Passport America and two additional weeks at limited services. The park is easy access from 95. (One may find the close proximity of 95 to be bothersome with the highway noise--did not bother me much though I was right by the lake which is closest to the highway.) RaceTrac service station and mini mart is right next door. Sites were not quite level but not too bad. The pull through sites are on concrete, other sites are on grass with a small concrete patio. Utilities were easy to access. Wifi was iffy but my Verizon worked pretty well. The park wifi appeared to work best in early morning--likely due to less people using it; at those times it worked well. There are many full timers here but they were all quiet around me and the ones I could see kept their spots neat. Maintenance could have done a better job of cleaning up the debris from trees littered about. This park is right next to the flea market and there are vehicles frequently going in and out through the park to get to it, but the flea market is fun to go to --and there is a farmers market there as well--at least it was going part of the time while I was there. Basic park at a reasonable price for this area. If you want to see St. Augustine on a budget, this is about the best you can do. - nanzhere
Jan 2016 - $22.00
This is a park that is fairly large and has nice pull through sites with a concrete pad, grassy area and picnic table. The units are close but not unreasonable and they are staggered so one does not look directly into the next unit. There is an area that is for permanent residents which we did not really observe. It could be problematic in heavy rain for some sites. The location is not far from Saint Augustine and the price is very reasonable. The WiFi worked okay. It does not have a lot of amenities but for an overnight stay or for visit for a few days - it is good. - Bonnie-Ken
Jan 2016 - $22.00
This park is a typical Pass Port America Park. There are 40 plus sites for long term use, and several other sites for daily use. We are in a long term site for 2 weeks. Our site has cable, and is a back in with full hook ups. Available 30 AMP service only with a small cement patio. The laundry area has old washers for $1.75 and dryers for $.25 for 6 minutes. There is a need for some upgrading through out. There is a flea market area on the north side of the park, that is open Saturdays and Sunday and owned by the park. - Joceil
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This park has a nice vibe. It is quiet and peaceful in spite of the proximity of I-75.
WI-FI was OK but I needed to use my booster to get a consistent connection even though we were fairly close to the antenna. Cable TV was OK although SD which seems to be the norm for most RV parks.
Our site was mainly gravel/sand/dirt. Not sure how enjoyable it would be if heavy rain were to fall. The site is long enough, but the hook-ups are so close to the back of the site that you can't keep your tow behind your rig.
Rates are a bit on the high side, but this is a tourist town so it's not unexpected.
I would camp here again. - w3sjkb3aam
Mar 2016 - $43.00
Well maintained park with gravel sites that are easy to level up on. On the south exit road in the park there are many drainage "dips" that must be negotiated at less than 5 mph to prevent major jarring to an RV. The location to the outlet stores is good, but to downtown St Augustine is a bit far, if you must return to your RV. Overall I believe this RV Park is over priced by at least $10, but the rate is being paid by many overnight visitors. - Teacher's Pet
Mar 2016 - $35.00
This park is under new ownership, and they are trying to make this into a nice park. When we called to make reservations over a busy weekend, there was a spot available for only part of the time we wanted to be here. They took our cell number so they could have time to juggle some things around in order to help us stay with them the entire time. In short order, we received a call from them with good news. We only had to move once during the week's stay. But we appreciated the extra effort made to get us in. It is clean and even tho not far from the interstate, we didnt notice the noise to be excessive. We definitely intend to make this a frequently visited park when in that area. Lot spacing is nearby with some shade. Site surface is grass and features a picnic table. - DGayle