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Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $82.00
Very Sandy. The ocean beach is not very inviting so you will need to drive to find a nice ocean beach. It was windy when we were there so there was sand blowing everywhere. A nice store, community building. Pool was clean. There was a pier in the rear of the resort into the river, nice sunset spot. A couple of restaurants within walking distance. Within a couple of miles of downtown, supermarket just over a mile away. Wi-Fi was down when there. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.
Historic city, lots to see and do. Good shops and restaurants in town. A bit congested at times in town, so if touring just park and walk or get day pass on bus.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $61.00
From historical St.Augustine, cross the bridge to the barrios island. RV resort across road from beautiful beach and resort backs up to Johns River. Resort very heavily wooded with lots of very private sites with huge trees, so we got no sat or wifi. Sites are large, wide and very spacious surrounded by foliage for privacy with sandy dirt ground surfaces.We noticed many folks needed to use blocks etc to level their units. Our auto levels worked fine in our site, but it was level. The bad news - many very old RVs, trailers, what looked like deserted boats on trailers, campers and many very trashy sites - apparently no rules on how the full time residents can live-scary- and not much lighting at night. Location is the best going for this park...office staff is very nice.. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $61.00
North Beach was a pretty nice campground. It’s located a stone’s throw from the Atlantic Ocean - literally right across highway A1A - a two lane road. You cross that lightly trafficked road and - BAM! - you’re staring at the Atlantic. Really cool. The campground backs up the a bay (?) where they offer fishing and a nice pier/dock. Great sunsets. Streets and sites are graded sand/dirt. This was OK on day 1 and 2 for us and not so great on day 3 and 4 when it started to steadily rain. We had one really muddy RV and breaking camp was a messy affair. My poor storage bins are a mess. Gorgeous campground though with very private sites, very lush with canopies of trees overhanging the streets and sites. Really nice staff. Great, nicely stocked camp store. There are two restaurants affiliated with the campground. The Reef is a more upscale affair (folks were dressed quite nicely) right on the Atlantic Ocean. Aunt Kate’s is a family style seafood joint that you can walk right into from the back of the campground. We ate here - really good food and service. Overall, you could do way worse than this place. It was beautiful, nice and priced right. I’d stay again in a heartbeat (especially if the forecast is for dry weather). We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $56.00
This campground is very nice, with secluded spots and privacy. The beach is on one side and the inland waterway on the other - both very accessible. Staff is very friendly and the facilities clean and well kept. The WiFi is available in the main building mainly because the tree cover doesn't let the signal get to the sites. Great restaurant at inland waterway - Aunt Kates. We would highly recommend this if traveling to visit St. Augustine area. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $62.00
We loved the location. Close to the ocean. Close to the river. Close to St. Augustine. The heavy tree cover and sand/shell surface was not a problem...you have to expect this if you want to be this close to nature. The park is perfect for stargazing as there is very little lighting. We did have to take measures to keep the inside free of sand. The restaurants are great. Wi-Fi is practically non-existent unless you visit the office, bathhouse or stand under a tower. Most long term visitors have their own internet. The only complaint would be that for the price $62/night the facilities are rather old, worn and in need of updating. The bathhouse is clean but rusty and dated. The laundry in the bathhouse area could use an update - one machine was held together with duct tape. We would stay here again - but not long term. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $54.00
We stayed at this park 2 years ago and pretty much the same experience both times. Yes, the camping areas are very sandy (you are staying on a beach so its expected) both times we were here it rained so the sand was an issue but it was a deal breaker. It was much busier this time for sure. The restaurant Aunt Kates at the back is a wonderful place to go after being on the road and getting settled that you can grab a drink and a meal and relax. We did also go to the restaurant on the ocean side The Reef which I had seen good and bad reviews and to be honest we had a great meal and we are big foodies to know good from bad. I will say the only complaint, and this wasn't an issue the first time, is the people not picking up from their dogs! I have never in all the parks we have been to seen so much dog poop. People you own a dog...you should own bags (no excuse if the park doesn't provide) pick up please...not fun to step in and seeing as though this park is VERY dark at night it is very easy to step in. So maybe the staff can be a little more involved with enforcing that. Also if you just can't live without high speed internet or really good phone service without some type of booster you will have bad service...but then again you are on vacation so not a major issue. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $55.00
All of the sites are nestled in the mangroves. You cannot see the person next to you which is nice. Yes, it is sandy but by removing your shoes before entering your camper it is not a big deal. I did not encounter any mosquitoes although there are fire ants. Aunt Kate's restaurant has good food. Most all of the sites are wide and deep which make it manageable for the big rigs. St. Augustine Lighthouse and city center is only a few miles away. The bath houses were a little out dated, but clean. I camped here in a Class B and would return. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $55.00
Nice park very convenient to St. Augustine. There are 3 restaurants within walking distance. We ate at The Reef (on the ocean, across the highway) and Caps (on the river). The food and the view from both were great. The sites are sand and fairly level. There are several bathhouses throughout the park, but each only has a couple of showers; bathrooms and showers were clean. Even though there are lots of sites, there are trees between them, so it feels private. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $60.00
We had a wonderful week at this campground! Very close to all of the historic places to visit in St. Augustine. The ocean is a short walk and across the street. Nice pool is handicap accessible. Aunt Kate's restaurant is a short walk to the river. We went there 3 times! Our site was a little tight, but we were with 3 other families and spent most of our time at one of the other campsites. We had a small issue with power and the staff came right away and fixed it. The campsites are very private and separated by lots of trees. I loved the canopy of trees over the main road. We will definitely visit again! We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $65.00
We loved this park! Nice spots with plenty of room for parking. We were the only spot with no shade. Quick walk to the beach or river. Great location and several restaurants within walking distance. Will be camping here again! We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $60.00
This was our second time staying there. We had a large level site, with shade and picnic table. Our site number was 122, but all of these on the right side going in are large and wide sites. The waterway is on one side and the ocean is across the street. St. Augustine and all that comes with it is nearby also. Nice clubhouse with lots of activities. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $70.00
Third time here. Friendly staff, great location. The other campers were friendly and good to get to know. This isn't an "Upscale Resort" It is a great campground. Two good restaurants and the nearby Cap's is top drawer. It's sandy but excuse me - it's on the ocean! It is our go to spot in St Augustine. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $60.00
Great location. Across the road from the beach. Spacious sites, most of them pull-through, with lots of shade. So much shade that it is impossible to tell there is a campground there until you actually drive in! Bathrooms could use an update, but are kept clean. Sites are crushed rock and mostly level, or close to it. Roads seem a little tight, but are easily navigated and the pull-through sites are angled for easy access. We will be back! We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $60.00
Our rate reflects the weekly rate (one day free). The location of this campground is phenomenal! The Atlantic Ocean is just across the street and the wide river inlet actually touches the campground boundary on the other side. There is the small "village" of Vilano Beach a couple of miles away with a grocery store and a few restaurants, and even 3 restaurants within walking distance. The sites are big and flat with a perfect canopy of oaks and a nice screening of shrubs. Negatives would be sandy roads, sandy sites and a real lack of building maintenance. The office building looks pretty shabby and the laundry rooms have rusty washers and dryers. Each laundry room had a dryer that was just sitting there unplugged because it didn't work. We didn't see any attempt at replacing the broken fixture. When you arrive, head for the south driveway and park in one of the big diagonal spaces. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $55.00
We enjoyed this campground very much because of its proximity to the ocean and river. There are some nice restaurants nearby as well. The trees and brush make for mostly private sites. The reception staff were great. We didn't give this campground a very high rating because it is over priced, and there is a "hill-billy" settlement in one corner of the campground. The noise from TV with vulgar language and loud voices made two nights a week unpleasant. I suggest staying away from the corner near sites 132, 136, etc. It's too bad the campground management isn't more strict because this is a great place to RV. We camped at North Beach Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Historic city, lots to see and do. Good shops and restaurants in town. A bit congested at times in town, so if touring just park and walk or get day pass on bus.RIchardBursch • December 2014
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