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29 RV Parks near Palm Coast, Florida
Jan 2019 - $114.00
I've read many of the other reviews on this park. This park is not enjoyable. The whole park is crowded and RV's are crammed into narrow spots. The roads between the circles are quite narrow. The reception upon arrival was luke warm. There is no trash pick up, which isn't a big deal, but when I never found a convenient trashcan to dump our garbage. Ended up going into the pool are to use their trashcan. The park is loaded with full timers. I'm sure there are many who love this type of park, but I am not one of them. Never again and would definitely not recommend it. - IndysMa
Jan 2019 - $1.00
Run down park with mostly fulltimers. Absolutely packed. I saw only 3 open. At first they gave us a site 342 that was so small we couldn't get into it. The map looks organized, however its anything but. Everyone is parked all different ways do they can fit into their site. Laundry facilities run down and dirty. the next day she gave us a bigger site with FHU and 50 Amp. There are very few of those available so we had to cut our reservation short by 8 days. Fun things to do at the beach. Tall trees to see, otherwise the view is all rv’s. Too close for comfort. We could hear and see everything of our neighbors. - Janewat
Jul 2018 - $1.00
We had free days from our RV Dealer and were learning, so we went close to home. This park seemed to get good reviews. We were pleasantly surprised, as it was clean and our site #84 was very nice. We had a grass area, but there was a concrete pad with a picnic table, so no mud and limited dirt tracking. The trash was near and the areas were very clean, including the pool. Nothing loud other than a train way off and airplanes from the small airport, but quiet at night. We stayed in the first circle, so mostly transient campers as opposed to some parks where there are too many full timers. All in all a good experience. We would go back. - TBWard
Jan 2011 - $20.00
This is a "primitive" campground for TENTS only. Princess Place preserve is a 1,500 acre Flagler County Park on the site of an old plantation. It is on the Mantanzas River (a huge estuary )and Pellicer Creek. Sites have a covered picnic table and a dock, but no facilities. There is an old mansion and stable, miles of hiking trails, a canoe/kayak launch, great fishing, moss covered live oak trees...just beautiful! And remote. The restrooms at the visitor's center have flush toilets and running water. I gave it a 7 because of lack of facilities, but it is a 10 in beauty. It is very near I-95 between St. Augustine and Daytona. Call ahead for camping permits. - canoeperson
Mar 2018 - $65.00
Checked in to the park on recommendations from others, upon arriving there was nobody in the front office to check in. Proceeded to find an empty site and set up. On Sat morning went back up to the office to check in, woman was in the office and said she was the park manager, she proceeded to tell me I should have checked in when we arrived in case the spot was reserved, informed her we did stop in at the office but nobody was there. Paid for the site for a week, originally was told one price, then the price was raised. Very very rude so called park manager. Bathrooms were filthy and had a sewer smell to them, showers were also in bad shape and looked like they had not been cleaned in a while. Spoke to a couple of the permanent residents and was told that the sewer system backed up on a regular basis. Also noticed that the water pressure during our stay was way below par, almost non-existent at times. Also lots of electric surges and dimming of my lights and AC unit a lot. Lots of kids running around unattended at all times of the day and after dark, lots and lots of feral cats running around. Also a few dogs running around the park with and without owners and with no leashes. Roads are also definitely in need of major work, the main drive was littered with big open potholes, and the same with the drives in the parks. Lots of standing water after a few days of rain. Would recommend to stay away from this campground all together. If I could give a rating below a 1 I would. Not worth the money they charge with no amenities at all. - Biker911
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Was referred here by a friend, will never stay at this park again.
Checked in on a Friday afternoon, nobody in the office for check in, and it was only noon. Found a nice somewhat level spot and set my trailer up. Neighbors are mostly permanent and living there full time, everybody was friendly, waved as we pulled in.
Park amenities,bathrooms were sub par and dirty, showers were dirty and you could see through the doors, lots of tents in the front of the roads, disheveled looking campsites, lots of tarps and junk at those sites.
Kids as young as 5 running around unsupervised.
On Sat went to the office to see about paying and find out what there was to do in the area.
The lady in the office was very rude as she spoke to me and my wife, told us the price for us to stay for a week, was more then I was quoted over the phone(almost like a bait and switch at the last minute). Asked about the difference in what I was quoted,and was told I was wrong. Proceeded to ask about what there was to to in he area, and she kind of brushed us off, an with a slight attitude was told about the beach and not much more,
There was a bar/restaurant called the Black Cloud, heard the food was really good but was told that it was not open.
The campsite was good, dry, it rained a little but no standing water. The roads are very narrow,uneven but no mud at least.
Had a nice stay in the area.
I won't go back there due to the so called management,asked who the owner was and was told he was away on vacation and could not be reached.
The woman was very rude,very nosy as well (would ride around on a golf cart and just looked at campsites with a angry look on her face).
I feel the owner needs to take more of a hands on approach,and possibly replace some of the management staff with some more friendlier people.
If you plan on staying here,get used to the sound of motorcycles on the weekend nonstop due to the track that's behind the campground. - Longrider
Feb 2016 - $20.00
This is a large muddy field with mostly permanent residents, and many noisy motorcycles. I didn't feel very safe at this campground which is unusual for me. Florida had a rainy winter and ground was soft and muddy everywhere. It didn't rain while we were here. Very tight spaces on 3 sides. Zero privacy. Little rowdy at night, but it was a weekend. - IowaGirl
May 2017 - $65.00
I camped on site 14 in a 16ft camper. I couldn't even open my canopy without being in my neighbors camper. I didn't use the facilities and would never cause of how nasty the place is. The view is the ocean and that's all this place has to offer. I can honestly say " I'll never be back". - Donna Roy
Mar 2017 - $39.00
Great retirement campground. Small close sites but pleasantly right on the ocean. Steps and ramp to the water with nice fish cleaning sink at the ocean front. Very pet friendly. Some sites have a bit of shade. Staff very friendly and helpful. Campers so friendly and felt like family in a matter of days. Except fishing and swimming not much for children to do unless you drive 20+ miles to Daytona for amusement and nice park hiking areas. - Mickey K
Apr 2016 - $65.00
I stayed two nights it was such a friendly atmosphere. Office staff has the best customer service. The campground was clean. Everyone was friendly and kind to us. I will for sure stay again and again. - Maria Martinez
Mar 2019 - $54.00
Great location for beach access and views, a short walk across the street for long term stays. Well located to attractions in St. Augustine, Daytona, Jacksonville and Orlando and local art galleries. Great trails for walking and biking. Camp store does have some supplies. Excellent handling mail deliveries and packages. Laundry facilities were good. Close to nice restaurants and bars. It was interesting watching the A1A rebuilding and sea wall construction in Flagler Beach. You cannot wash your trailer or motorhome yourself on site, you need approval from the office for a mobile detailer to wash for you only Monday through Thursdays. - Mike and Carol H
Nov 2018 - $130.00
We stayed at Beverly Beach in November 2018. As other reviewers have mentioned, the price is high, the sites are close together, and the view is fantastic on the ocean front side of the park. The staff was pleasant, and the camp store contained a good variety of items, both necessities and fun stuff. Some sites are back-in and some are pull-in, which means your curbside may be facing your neighbor's curbside. We didn't experience any obnoxious neighbors (quite the opposite in fact), but you're almost forced to interact with them whether you want to or not. The park is basically a large linear sand parking lot with almost no trees. But, aahh, it is a wonderful thing to sip your coffee or your cocktail next to your trailer facing the ocean. And to be able to toss your umbrella over the seawall and within a few steps have your toes in the sand. The park is biking distance to Flagler Beach and there is a safe and flat bike trail most of the way. - Girasole
Jul 2018 - $150.00
We have stayed at Beverly Beach every December for the last four years. We come back for the beach in the winter. Cannot get much closer to the water and the view from the front window is gorgeous. That being said sites are really really close and last year when facing a motor home our neighbors had literally put mosquito netting on our side. Awnings almost touch and the space behind is hard to even walk through to hook up. It can get a little territorial there. The facilities are good and fairly clean. Store has a lot of stuff to be so small. The beach is the draw here and if you are willing to pay the dollars you will not be disappointed if its the view that interests you. - Cheryl from Georgia
Apr 2017 - $44.00
Small park; pros are the proximity to St. Augustine. friendly staff and direct tv boxes. Cons are gravel road and RV spaces which could use some work and very poor Wi-Fi reception. If you are placed in one of the front spaces the road noise (A1 South) is horrible and there is a towing business next door that tows all day & night. It gets pretty noisy too. We only stayed 12 days so overall satisfactory but would not stay any longer. - montytoo
Mar 2017 - $14.00
Our rate is based on a monthly stay. This is a very small rustic campground. There is no showerhouse or bathrooms. It is within a short drive to St Augustine and several other must see towns. The camp hosts are very sweet and helpful. They are always in the office or campground and are willing to help you with any problem. Our site was decent size with crushed asphalt and full hookup. There is a scrap yard next door and its right on hwy 1. We only occasionally heard noice from scrap yard and road noice was not terrible. Lots of trees, foliage and a beautiful area by creek with dock and swing. The few permanent residents were very friendly. We liked it very much. - wendie T
Nov 2016 - $32.00
We stayed at Pellicer Creek in our 35 foot motorhome along with two other couples and their motorhomes for Thanksgiving in 2016. It is a quaint small campground (30 sites). It is easily accessible off of I-95 and US1 with close proximity to St Augustine and Daytona. The staff is great and go out of their way to insure you are settled and comfortable with your site. We were not able to secure 3 sites together but the campground is small enough that it did not matter. It is located right off of US1 and there may be some road noise if you have a site at the front but those sites appeared to be held by longer term campers. The campground was homey and quiet. Fire rings are provided. We travel with 2 greyhounds who enjoy long walks. One minor drawback for us was the lack of walking or biking trails within the campground. (There are multiple places within a short drive that are available, including hiking trails and a park.) Sites were shaded and clean with full hookups. Great cable TV but requires hooking us one of their boxes. (Staff will gladly hook it up for you!) This is a great place away from the hustle and bustle of St Augustine and Daytona Beach but close enough to visit them daily. We would definitely stay here again. - MIke-Sunstar35F
Mar 2019 - $1.00
Was here during bike week and was surprised how quiet it was. Big lots, fishing. There is a beer garden with live music. Cell was good but dish cam be a problem because of trees. Big rig friendly. - geo cong
Feb 2019 - $1.00
Bulow RV Resort was a bit of a letdown, especially since it is an ENCORE Resort. We purchased the Trails Pass as part of the Basic Thousand Trails Membership. We found that it might afford us an opportunity to stay at a number of ENCORE resorts, which we were told exhibited a high standard. But, like all RV parks, some are stellar and others are old and tired. I am sincerely glad we did not pay extra for our stay at Bulow RV Resort, and it was part of our Basic TT membership. On the positive side, Bulow RV Resort has recently upgraded many of the showers and bathrooms throughout the park. Those facilities are kept very clean by a dedicated group of housekeeping staff. The staff in the office are very friendly and helpful, at least we felt welcome. The laundry room was very clean and all the machines worked very well. Maybe the recent rains have made the side roads so bumpy, but many have large indentations with standing water, making it difficult to drive through without upsetting everything in one's trailer. A number of new tiny homes have been installed, which look great, as opposed to the "old style" resort cabins that are tired and unsightly. Many of the snowbirds and transients are situated along the Main Trail Road. We were more than shocked to take a walk along Woodpecker Lane and Snowbird Drive. Many of the permanent residents are along these roads, and the radical difference between the ramshackle and poorly maintained RVs and the rest of the camp is obvious. I am sure this sector is an embarrassment to the Camp Director, since many of the tenants look as rough as their worn out, broken down rigs. Our site, # 216, was difficult to get into and hookup because of poor design. Water, sewer, and electricity amenities worked well, but they were situated in a manner to make their connection somewhat challenging. We would only stay again as a "last resort." At least we were close enough to enjoy a day trip St. Augustine. Sufficient for overnight stay or a few nights on your way to somewhere else, but NOT a RESORT. - michaelsutton
Jul 2018 - $60.00
Worst park we have ever stayed in in all our years of camping. This is NOT an RV RESORT, it is a glorified mobile home park filled with very very old mobile homes that need much cleaning of home and site. The bathrooms are a major health violation. They were not cleaned once the whole weekend we were there. Oh, the sign in sheet said they were, but they were not. Sinks were stained and rusty and the slime and grime was just plain disgusting in the shower. The same mud dauber nest remained in the toilet area and the same poop stain remained in the same toilet all weekend. They advertise minigolf, basketball, pool, games, etc, but all we found was a pool and a has been "roadhouse bar" mainly for the perm residents to get hammered in. Cops made 3 trips to various parts of the park the weekend we were there. My advise DONT GO. - stevelutz
Dec 2018 - $18.00
Lovely old Florida park. Like many older state parks, this one is not big rig friendly. Very narrow bumpy dirt roads, low hanging trees. We, and other big rigs, did make it in but with some difficulty. Even narrower interior roads made backing in very difficult. None of this is the park's fault, just the way it is with so many older parks. They were remodeling the bath house during our stay and provided a temporary facility. 3 stall trailer with private shower, sink, and toilet. Immaculately maintained. Lovely nature trail located adjacent to a small amphitheater. No satellite reception or wifi. This is a really nice older park more suited to smaller rigs and tent camping. Ranger very courteous and helpful. - lovinretirement
Jul 2018 - $19.00
As advertised, this is "old Florida" camping. Dirt road in with bumps, great sites with plenty of privacy between and lots of foliage. Restrooms were clean but dated, same for showers. It is in a salt water air environment, so expect to find that sand and weather play havoc on plumbing and floor. But they do care for it and keep it up. Quiet at night with lights only around bath house, so you do feel out in the woods. Sites have standing grill, fire pit (with grill), and built in clothes lines. Also picnic table and hanging post for lantern. Water pressure was 40 and fell quickly with use, but enough to shower in coach. Electric was 20/30/50. HOWEVER--we had surge protector and it shut of electric frequently due to voltage of 131. Very inconvenient. We arrived early and our site was still occupied. Ranger let us sit in other site and plug in to stay cool until check out at 1PM. Unfortunately, gentlemen camping were out fishing, didn't return until later and took their sweet time. Ranger checked on us at 3 (check in time) and said we could move to our site. When I informed him it was still occupied, he hustled over, spoke sternly, and they finally cleared out only a few hours late. We really enjoyed the stay and the campground and look forward to seeing what improvements they make this Fall. - Too-wow
May 2018 - $20.00
This park has a nice campground with great rates still pretty close to St Augustine. I don't think there are any full hookups available, but the sites are large and well spaced with many trees between sites. The bathrooms were pretty worn, but serviceable; the campground has a closure coming up so hopefully it is to upgrade the bathrooms. A few shorter trails around, access to fishing dock, wouldn't guess you are just a few minutes from I95. - Breezy-N-Wheezy
Jan 2019 - $14.00
We were here 2 weeks oceanfront and loved our stay. The volunteer camp hosts were great and kept everything neat and clean. Our site was sand just long enough for our trailer, but wide enough to park the truck beside it and have room. We made reservations to come back before leaving. Verizon 4G was good and multiple OTA tv channels. - jtl2
Dec 2018 - $43.00
Very touristy! Tons of restaurants if that’s your thing, and you can bike to just about anything from campground! We like camping feel and you don’t get that here, more resort feeling. Very clean wonderful bathrooms, unfortunately not full hookup. Beach is very clean and nice for walking but not amazing for runners like ourself no packed sand. Our site was very unlevel site 38 pro of this site is right in front of the bathhouse!! - Haley Tubman
Nov 2018 - $32.00
Florida State Park with sites on the oceanside or riverside. Nice to have options for personal preference. Oceanside a few sites have actual ocean view, very close together, no privacy, the rest back up to the sand dunes or the road (AIA-noisy). We stayed on the much newer riverside campground which had extremely spacious sites with gravel pads, new hookups, fire rings, wood for sale, dump station, but no shade due to previous hurricane damage. Would be oppressively hot in the summer but glorious in the winter. Incredibly quiet riverside campground with impeccably clean comfort stations and friendly campground hosts. Short walk to the kayak launch which is in the Riverside campground, or, cross the street to the beach. Also nice to ride bikes on the sidewalk along AIA for miles. Lots of good restaurants in the area. Highly recommend if you can get a reservation. Plan way in advance! Special Note: their map of the Riverside Campground is not accurate. Sites 58, 60 are directly across from the comfort station and accessible site 59 is next to it. - Breezy2
Mar 2016 - $31.00
This is a co-op and most of the lots are owned. They have some spaces for temporaries. This was a last minute choice due to our original choice being under water from recent rains. The first night they only had room in "the back forty". It was on grass with electric and water only. It was a nice spot with good spacing between units. The roads were gravel. The next couple of nights we were moved into the non owner section. It also had gravel roads, gravel spaces, but very close to neighbors. So close you have to be careful with your slides that you don't hit your neighbor. These were more level than the back forty. If the back forty had sewer, I would have preferred there. - esta34950
Sep 2011 - $30.00
No one in office, self registered. First site we picked electric didn't work, second site had to get 30 amps out of the 50 amp plug. Would not stay here again. - Cruiser31