16 Parks near St Augustine Beach, Florida
Jan 2017 - $36.00
We enjoyed our stay at Bryn Mawr. Location right on the beach was fantastic. Sites were reasonably sized and the decks on most RV sites were a lovely bonus. Campground was very dog friendly and the ability to walk endlessly on the beach with our pet was wonderful. Two things keep this campground from being a favorite for us. First, while the sites are reasonably sized, the roads are very narrow. We were able to get in and out, but it was a challenge with our 40' fifth wheel and Ram 5500. Second, our arrival here was not without challenges. We called ahead to check that our site was ready, was assured it was, only to be called back shortly to tell us that the site wasn't ready. We ended up waiting in a parking lot down the street for over an hour while they waited for the previous renter to leave. Office staff regularly didn't return phone calls as well both before and during our stay. Ground staff maintained the facility well, so a definite plus on that front. While we loved the campground, the narrow roads will likely mean we won't stay again, however if we were in a smaller rig this would definitely be a return spot. - NJTroy
Jan 2017 - $88.00
When I called to make reservations for our MH, I specifically asked if this site would be big rig friendly and I was assured that it was. I wanted to come here to be by a dog-friendly beach and figured that it would be somewhat cramped. What I didn't expect was that the resort would be mostly park models. As we headed to our site, 109, we started having difficulties navigating the very narrow roads. We were going by the outline given to us at the office. She had marked the wrong road, one less than we needed to turn. The result was that our turn was so tight that we hit a streetlight. Luckily, we didn't sustain any damage to our mh and after having the maintenance man check out the street light, it was not damaged either. Not a great start to our week. We definitely should not have been sent down to our site in a 45 ft MH. Hubby is trying to figure out the best way to get out of here in the morning without hitting something else. The location was fantastic. Right on A1A with lots of restaurants and shopping close by. You could not see the beach from your campsite because of the sand dunes, but the beach was easily accessed by several boardwalks. I did love the covered patios that were attached to some sites. Very cozy, and fun watching how residents decorated them with lights, etc. There seems to be one set of rules for the seasonal visitors and another for transients. We have to pay $5 for each visitor and pay extra for pets and were told very firmly that only vehicle was allowed per campsite. I noted many of the park models that had more than one car, sometimes making it difficult to get through. The staff was not the friendliest. They seem to talk about each other to clients. - Our Simple Life
Jan 2017 - $87.00
Great park for convenience to St. Augustine and A1A beaches. Picked this park for its direct access to the beach; great beach location. Typically beachfront RV parks are tight and this was no different. About half the park is settled with full time trailers, which provides a more residential atmosphere. Stayed 5 nights, including January 1st. We did not use any of the facilities; but they seemed to be in good order. Only problem was the lack of Wi-Fi/Internet! Our site was located directly across from the transmitter and still no connection. Our camping buddies had the same problem. - Skeeter Dixon
Nov 2016 - $70.00
Site was level; electric and water fine with no problems. WiFi worked well (others have stated not working?)...but only for light surfing and email. I did not try to stream any movies.
Biggest issue is narrow access inside of park. Big rigs will find it difficult and nerve-wracking to navigate to sites. Once settled, no problems whatsoever. - ziaptrn
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
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
Sep 2016 - $70.00
Camping was ok. It was by a lake which was nice. Mile walk to beach. Bathrooms not air conditioned. - Smiley1071
Jul 2016 - $70.00
When we travel and do not know parks in the area we usually choose KOA because we can normally trust their quality for the price. We had camped at this park before during Christmas of 2014, when the rate was $40.00 per night, and truly enjoyed our stay. Due to a problem with our Motorhome on this trip, we decided to stay there in order to be able to work in the shade. On checking in we were charged $70.01 for our night. When I commented that the rate seemed a bit high, I was assured that they had made many improvements and that all of the prices in the area had gone up. According to them the Motels in the area were charging $150.00 per night.
While my brother and I worked, my wife checked motel prices just to verify what we were told and found that really good chains were charging average of $107.00. The improvements seemed to consist of new outdoor tables at each site. The restrooms had no AC or fans and were so hot that a person needed to take a shower after taking a shower just to get off the sweat. If they upgraded to the point of being worth $30.00 additional per night. I could not find or see it. - Jim 2
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
Dec 2016 - $23.00
A top 10 state park in the country. All sizes of back ins. Something for everyone. Lush tropical foliage. Sites nicely spaced. Convenient clean bathrooms. Roads in camping loops narrow. Beautiful beach nearby. Verizon worked well and were able to get a satellite signal. St. Augustine has a lot to offer. - smitty12
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Park is on the ocean but the campsites are in the trees. The ocean is a short walk from the campsites. - Lindas Old Man
Sep 2016 - $14.00
Well maintained roads, sites and bathhouses. Sites are shaded, packed sand. Staff is excellent. Lot to do here. Some sites are a bit far from the beach. Good to have a bike handy. - GDoug
1505 State Road 207 St Augustine, Florida 32086 (map) | (904) 824-3574
Sites: 105 | Latest Rate: $55.00 | 97 Reviews
Feb 2017 - $55.00
They greet you in your coach when you arrive and take you to your site. Roads are adequate for a big rig, pad size depends on which class of site you want. Our was site 49, plenty long enough for coach and toad. New owners are friendly and obviously wanting to make this a great park. Laundry was a bit expensive, but one of the cleanest and best laid out we've seen on our full time travels. - jOHNONTHEROAD
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Nice enough park very near Old St. Augustine. Level pull thru and back in 50 amp full hookup gravel sites. Nice people and small pond. Shady so satellite iffy, but excellent cable. Wifi is okay. Gated and secure. - teepee51
Jan 2017 - $65.00
Very nice park with excellent staff. Easy check-in, staff leads you to your site and assists with pulling in. Cable and wifi worked well at site. Free wifi is for email checking and internet surfing. If you want to stream video they have a paid wifi plan with more bandwidth. New bathrooms and laundry with plenty of machines, are very nice (building near back of park, not the laundry around back from the office). There are no convenient laundromats in the area so definitely use the campground's.
Old Town Trolley has a free shuttle from the campground to the trolley every morning at 9 and 10. Parking is very limited in St Augustine and there's no place to park a dually so the shuttle is invaluable. We would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Passport America is almost useless, they only accept it a couple of months out of the year. They do have several other discount programs they accept as well. Pedestal utilities need repair, our water leaked out their backflow fitting.We had W/E pull-in site. The men's toilet/shower was pretty disgusting at least 2 days in a row. Used paper towels missed the garbage, shower matts looked to have been dragged through the dirt, and someone had a massive blowout in the toilet that went unattended to. And despite the large "No Smoking" sign on the door, I left needing a cigarette, the smell of cig smoke was overpowering. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Bare bones stop, no amenities in the park. - rvrrat520
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 2017 - $66.00
Very attractive beachside RV park. Most sites have private tropical feel with trees and brush between neighbors. Entire campground is sand. Cable TV was very poor quality and no WiFi from camp site. - careyd38
Nov 2016 - $35.00
A rustic campground set between the Atlantic and the Intracoastal waterway. Walking distance to the beach on the Atlantic side and to a pier on the intercostal side for sunsets. Packed sand, narrow, sometimes winding, mostly one way access roads. Packed sand sites with lots of trees and other vegetation surrounding the sites. Some sites were relatively wide (and generally short), others were very narrow, but very long. Ours was 80+ ft long, but narrow. With the slides out on both sides, there was only a narrow path on either side between the rig and the vegetation. There was a lot of room for a "patio" area in front of the rig and a good feeling of privacy. Big rigs will need careful maneuvering to get into and out of the sites and to negotiate some of the turns on the access roads. Careful positioning within the site to work around low overhanging limbs, etc. may be required. A good ground guide is a lot of help with this. Sand can be soft in some areas - we sank a good 6" into the sand (with a 40,000lb rig) turning into our site but the ground was probably still saturated from the flooding during Hurricane Matthew. Very quiet with mainly just the sound of the surf and the occasional faint train noticeable on the Atlantic side of the campground. Gets noisier when the weekenders come in on Friday then quiets back down on Sunday pm. Power ok (one low voltage incident on leg 2 during a month long stay), water ok (70psi), sewer ok. Wifi non-existent. Even with high gain antennae and being located relatively close to the office, we were unable to maintain a connection. Verizon LTE 3-4 bars with good speed; TMobile LTE 2-3 bars with good speed. Satellite access very problematic for roof mounted dishes, might be doable with a portable dish in some of the sites. Full single stream recycling on site. No good options for road bikes, although A1A does have rather narrow, intermittent bike "lanes". We will stay here again. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Jun 2016 - $51.00
We camped here is a 35' class A motorhome. Our site (127) was somewhat narrow in that we didn't have really have room for our screen tent. Most sites are shaded with beach vegetation between the sites. We camped here the end of June during a heat wave and it was very hot. Sites are packed sand so be ready for the beach experience. Getting to the beach requires crossing A1A which could be quite busy at times. Walking distance through the campground to Aunt Kate's restaurant on Intercostal side.
If you are approaching the campground from the south, make sure you drive in the first entrance so you can pull your rig in to park and register. There is only room for about two large rigs in the parking area where you register.
Bring a water regulator. Water pressure is very good (high) and caused a small leak in our new RV. (We did not have a water regulator.)
Campground is between Intercostal and the Ocean so you get the best of both worlds and you can watch the Sun coming up on the Beach and going down on the Intercostal. Very friendly staff.
We travel with two greyhounds and the campground and beach were pet friendly. We'll probably try to go back in the winter. - MIke-Sunstar35F
Jan 2017 - $45.00
This was the only place I was able to find a campsite in the St. Augustine area, even though I was making reservations several months in advance. This campground is nothing special, but it suited our purpose as a place to stay while visiting St. Augustine. The drive in to St. Augustine is easy, and the campground is easy to get into and out of. Sites are a little close together with no visual v=barriers between sites. Our site (#73) was a level, back-in. We would stay here again. - Thor MC
Dec 2016 - $38.00
Most of the sites are in a grassy field. We had plenty of room for our motorhome and toad. They are located right off 95 and close to the outlet mall stores. We stayed 2 nights. - Lnskaye
Nov 2016 - $41.00
Rate I quoted was based on a weekly rate, and is all-in (includes taxes). This is a nice, quiet park with full hookups, cable TV, and a clean bath house. The sites were close together, but not uncomfortably so. Most of the sites are pull-throughs so it was easy to get around. I got propane there on the way out. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
One negative was the bright lighting all night - directly outside my rig.
The location is very near I-95, where there are lots of shops and restaurants, including a Camping World. It's also an easy drive to St. Augustine, which I enjoyed visiting. - CamperChris4
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