16 Parks near St Augustine Beach, Florida
Jul 2016 - $14.00
You better have a dingy (or tow vehicle). From our site it was 1.5 miles to the beach. There is wifi and a camp store. - Capn Dave
Feb 2016 - $20.00
The park was booked, but we were allowed to park in 'Overflow' which simply meant we were able to park in the beach parking lot with no hookups. It turned out there were cancellations so we could have moved to a spot, but we were so cozy where we were, and essentially had the whole end of the park by the beach to ourselves for the night. We toured through the campsites, each one was more beautiful than the next. You would hardly know if the campsite next to you was occupied. Live Oaks, Spanish Moss... Gorgeous! I will be back for sure. The rangers were amazingly nice and accommodating, and the facilities were impeccable. Bring the bikes. Enjoy! Don't shy away from Overflow. - BobW
Jan 2016 - $28.00
Fee of $28/night, but reservation fee of $6.75. South of St. Augustine with a mile long entry paved road with brush both sides, and a walking/bike path along side, a windsurfing pavilion and a kayak/canoe rental, and a fish cleaning area. Road comes to a large parking area with two nice boardwalks to the wide sandy beach. Some slow WiFi by the parking area.The large wooded CG is to the right of the entry to the beach and has 7 paved loops along a long paved road. Bring a bike for it is long distances to walk. The best loop for RV is the first Coquina loop, as these sites were more level and more uniformly wider. All sites EW and dirt surface. Biking along the other loops I saw very variable sites; many very unlevel, narrow, overhanging limbs, etc., so a RV may or not get an appropriate site for its size. There is thick brush between the ends of the loops and the Salt Run that's by the entry road, so to get to the beach its a long way to walk to the beach area. There is a dump at the entry to the CG with 3 wide parallel dumps. - 210jem
Jun 2016 - $85.00
This is a very nice park close to the water. The roads are hard gravel/dirt with concrete pads. The roads are narrow and maneuvering a large coach through the streets and onto a pad can be challenging. There are lots of full timers/mobile homes but most are clean. Walking the dogs was a challenge as there was a very small area in the back. We walked the dogs on the beach. We had a raised patio with a table and chairs. The patio and furniture could use some attention. St. Augustine was a short drive away. I deducted 1 point because they do not recycle. - Michael47
Dec 2015 - $60.00
We stayed in a motorhome. Staff was friendly and campground overall was nice. WIFI was weak or none at all.
My main issue was tv cable reception very weak and snowy. I complained at the desk and they promptly responded only to advise me the problem was in my coach. NOT. Dont tell me it's my problem when its the campgrounds. Talked with several campers who said they were having the same issue. It was even suggested by the tv guy that I should be out and about instead of watching the tv.
I asked the lady at the desk if they could cut a discount and she looked at me funny and advised me they don't charge for cable tv.....?
I told her it's advertised as one of the amneties and should be a clear reception. One couple when overheard my conversation with the desk clerks said the poor reception had been like that for at least 2 or 3 years and nothing has been done by management to fix the problem. So heads up if you're expecting clear cable channels...you'll have to use your satellite if you have one. - Bob Ratliff
Aug 2015 - $79.00
This is the ONLY ocean front resort for camping. The only other is anastasia state park down the road but they are very limited in the size of equipment that can fit. Bryn Mawr has DIRECT ocean access, wonderful beach pool and hot tub with some of the nicest showers I've seen! It is an "older beach campground" and the roads are sand but the sites are level and concrete most with a nice raised gazebo. If you are concerned about maneuvering in the park select one of the sites on the ocean or near the ocean for an easier time getting in and out. Many 45' coaches in this park so I don't know why some have a hard time getting in. It's all about the beach!!!! Quiet campground near all the attractions of St. Augustine. We've been here many many times and always stay when near. - jtharley
Dec 2015 - $35.00
We were here for one month and have stayed at this park three different years. It seems the owner is just letting the park go. There has been no improvements that I see. There was a sewer station about thirty feet from out site that they had been working on and would open the lid everyday and then leave open , after me and our neighbor complained many times they started to close it for a few days then back to normal so we started closing it ourselves. Will not stay here again. - roger a
Feb 2015 - $53.00
We stayed here for a week. The rate cited is based on the weekly rate. This is an overpriced place, period. It is a very crowded, mostly seasonal resident place. This is not a resort, it is a mobile home park with some RV sites. When we arrived we asked about any available pull-through sites, which we were told there were none. The site we were given was on a bend, with seasonal trailers on both sides and across from which made it very difficult to back into. We had to get people on one side and across from us to move vehicles in order for us to get in. Hookups were satisfactory, but that was about it. During our stay we saw several pull-through sites that had not been occupied the entire time of our stay. Not a place we would recommend staying. St Augustine itself is beautiful and the park was a short drive to downtown, but we would not stay there again. - pfogleboch
Oct 2014 - $30.00
Loved it here. Came with a camping club of 17 coaches. Original scheduled stay was for 4 nights. Ended up staying 11 nights. I especially liked the boat ramp and fishing pier. The clubhouse and pavilion were excellent. I will definitely return here and ask for site G100 or J123. - w4phj
Jan 2016 - $54.00
This is not an RV Resort as the name in entails; it is a cabin/trailer rental and sales. There is only a few what they call RV sites. We were in one of the two that was together when we stayed and it was a yard with hookups, no pavement or anything except a very small patio and picnic bench. We had a really hard time getting in the space and out of it because of the closeness of all the trailers (park trailers with porches and driveways). All the park trailers had porches, decks and screened rooms which take up all the real estate. There was a pool but too cold to use it.
The office personnel were friendly.
I really have nothing nice to say about this place unless you are renting or buying a park trailer and you better like your neighbors because you are really close to them. - yomamadog
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Best thing about this park was leaving. Discovered after we came back from dinner that the power had low voltage (our EMS was shutting down to prevent damage). Several attempts to get someone from the park to fix were not successful. Switched to a 30amp plug and had the same result. Bottom line is we spent two nights with no AC and significant interruption in our power supply. Park did not resolve the issue and offered nothing for the inconvenience (offered excuses for why the voltage was low - campground was full and they thought our EMS was causing the problem). Pull-thru site was long & level with all utilities within easy reach. Add to all this it was a holiday weekend and the park was full of people having a good time into all hours of the night. Lesson learned about this KOA - we will not be back. - Dave Hole
Mar 2016 - $67.00
Easy access with level sites. Low water pressure at site and in showers. Wifi was poor. Laundry was good. Showers were dirty with mold on faucets. Had pool but didn't use because seen ducks swimming in pool. Dog park was good. Convenient to visit local beaches and St Augustine. No problem with our satellite. - Fulltimersrv
Feb 2016 - $70.00
We enjoyed our time here. It was quiet and relaxing which was surprising during Daytona 500 week. Staff was friendly and helpful.
The sites are older, but we had no problems getting in or leveling. We enjoyed the view outside our back window of the small lake.
Close to shopping and local tourist spots. We could walk or ride bikes to the beach which was less than 1 mile away.
All utilities worked fine and every request was promptly taken care of. The entry is a little tight, but we didnt have a problem.
Would return again. - Tumblewood
1505 State Road 207 St Augustine, Florida 32086 (map) | (904) 824-3574
Sites: 105 | Latest Rate: $60.00 | 78 Reviews
May 2016 - $60.00
The park continues to excel and improve. This is our 3rd stay and we have not been disappointed. Our site was ready, clean, level, and comfortable.
They have now added some basic supplies in the office, creating a small store; prices were reasonable. The conditions in the showers/restrooms continue to be maintained. They are clean, air conditioned, and water pressure is good too. We stayed the weekend over Memorial Day and they had live music at the stage both Saturday and Sunday night.
We were told that improvements coming are a pool, activities center and planned activities during the winter months. They have also added 4 Vintage brand travel trailers that are used as rentals for anyone that wants to try the camper experience. These are brand new and they have maid service, not too shabby. The rates may be higher then other parks but we enjoy the benefits and quality that they provide. We have already booked for Labor day weekend. - Chrislorl
May 2016 - $50.00
Very clean, with new laundry facilities, new dog park, family & pet friendly. Very easy to find. There is also a shuttle from one of the trolleys to attrations in St. Augustine right from the park. Live music around campfire on the weekend while we were there. Catch and release fishing available in the lake. Cute Vintage RV's available to rent at very reasonable rates. Can't wait to go back. - Ljack1
May 2016 - $50.00
Nice park, new owners working hard to upgrade things. Pad was hard gravel and pretty level. New concert patio area. WiFi work fine. The staff was very helpful in booking tours for the area and or places to see and eat. Puppy play area was nice. Park was clean and little dusty from the gravel roads but plenty of room to make those wide turns. Water/power were good. Nice outdoor music on fire on Sat. Will return! - Chef40
Jun 2016 - $27.00
Nice RV park with paved roads and wide, long concrete pull thru sites with FHU and grass also has grass back in sites with W&E. Sites arranged at angle for easy enter and exit. OK for big rigs. Some towering trees for some shade and lots of grass. Most sites can get satellite signals. Cable tv, good antenna TV, good open wi-fi, good cell signal. No pool, no rec room, no store or activities. Park clean and staff helpful. Half mile from I-95. Will stay there again. - Pepper Dan
Feb 2016 - $21.00
Nice, Quiet, Close to many things yet away from the heavy populated areas. St. Aug is a peaceful and safe area although it does have heavy traffic.
I have been coming here for years and am never unhappy. Not luxurious, but worth the stop. - Rlee
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
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
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Very nice park - even had some shade. Sites are gravel/grassy but very level. There are a few drainage dips but did not cause any problems and my tow car is really low to the ground. Staff was very nice. Sites were close but not uncomfortably so. It was very convenient as the campground is on the road that takes you into St. Augustine. - IntrepidCampers
May 2016 - $46.00
Very nice RV Park. Wide and long sites, grass/ gravel surface. We were in site 23. Full hook-ups all worked well. There are drainage ruts alongside the roads that are annoying, but not too deep. Most roads were gravel, not paved, which I would have preferred. It was a good location for touring St. Augustine. Staff was very nice. - SNL
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
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