July 24, 2018 - reviewed by LCmedic23
Great campground. Very close to the beach. Sites can be tight to get into but very shaded.
April 10, 2018 - reviewed by Dave & Barb
Very nice park. The staff was helpful during our stay. We were able to move to a less flooded site during two days of rain. Coquina loop is close to the beach it has 33 shaded sites. Only one trash container. A long walk from most camping loops. Very nice playgrounds and clean restrooms. Recommend the coquina loop for your stay. However, the other six loops are fine, just not close to the beach. We will come back when it doesn’t rain.
February 19, 2018 - reviewed by Bill
Great place, but you have to book early.
November 24, 2017 - reviewed by @chasingtabor
This place fills up super fast so book early! Really beautiful private spots with lots of trees between sites. Amazing beach and trails. You can't go wrong with any of the loops. Bathrooms are clean and showers too. Wish we could have extended our stay it was so amazing. Close to drive into st. Augustine and shops. Laundromat super close but they also have laundry at the bathrooms for smaller loads. Sites are hard packed gravel but all pretty level. There is an alligator zoological park right near the entrance to the park for a family activity.
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
Nice Camp Grounds. Great Beaches
We stayed there bacicly for bike riding the beach with our mountin bikes. The beach is hard sand, best when the tide is out, and about about 24 mile round trip ride South to the pass. We toured Saint Augustine during the heat of the days and swam the surf in the evening. Defently the beach makes the camp ground. Star gazing on the beach is wonderful.
July 5, 2017 - reviewed by Jen
We only stayed one night but the site was great with lots of room for our 32' class A. The entrance to the park seemed tight at first and we thought maybe there was a separate RV entrance but there isn't. The park rangers are nice and helpful. Beautiful park and plan to stay longer another time.
January 29, 2017 - reviewed by Bill S
Nicely secluded sites and walkable to the beach. (Dogs not allowed on beach) Some sites are pretty uneven, so bring your blocks. Nice nature trail. Clean restrooms and friendly staff.
November 17, 2015 - reviewed by Sandy
Loved the beach. Walked an hour and half along the shore without seeing civilization. Then back again. Water was nice and warm for swimming. Sites were large and private. Good bathrooms and showers. Busy on weekends. Loved the farmers market. Kept extending our stay eventually to the maximum of 14 days.