We stayed for 4 days in site 102. The site fit our 22ft Airstream and our tow vehicle without issue. The sites are electric/water only. There is a 3 lane dump station available as you make your exit from the camping area. They only have 1 trash compactor for the whole campsite and it is also located at the exit. It was pretty far from our site and we do not have bicycles so we took trash on our way out and about during our daily activities. The bathroom/shower facilities are conveniently located so that 2 loops of sites share them. The shower pressure was good and the water got nice and hot. The building did not get steamed up when showering. There was only 1 washer and 1 dryer for our Loop and the dryer was not working while we were there. We live in our RV and as a result, our dogs are part of our travels. The walking areas in the park seem packed with stickers that easily attached to our dogs hair. We couldn’t seem to find any area that was “sticker free” or at least “low sticker count”. This was a bit annoying and required planning to take the stickers out after every outing. All the other beaches in St Augustine allow dogs on the beach so it was a bit of a nuisance to have to drive out of the park down A1A to go to another beach that allowed the dogs but we knew this limitation when we made the reservation.
This is a great park, very convenient and affordable compared to other campgrounds in the area. We stay often and just ride bicycles into town. The sites are nice, most are shaded and level. You have to book early and be sure to ask or check the map for site sizes as they vary. This isn't a RV "resort" so don't expect concrete, clubhouses and tiki bars. You can walk to the beach, kayak, and enjoy nature. Easy access to town. We have a 36' fifth wheel and find sites which are perfect.
80 RV sites, $28 a night, Ocean & Intracoastal access. Close to all the sites of the Old City. Sebastian Inlet State Park,just south of Melbourne Fl. is also real nice, about 50 RV sites. Very laid back park south of the Inlet, Intracoastal access also. Great beach east of the park, awesome fishing also. Check both at the Fl. parks website. Make reservations early ! You can drive on St.Augustine beach during the day, but can't stay overnight.
Great campground but not so much for big rigs. Hard to get a spot. Clean and beautiful landscape.
Good facilities & access to a quiet beach & lake
This was a hidden gem of a campground. Each site was spacious and provided privacy by the lush tropical plants and trees. It is a very easy and short drive from Old Town too!
Anastasia State Park includes more than 1,600 acres featuring four miles of pristine beach, a tidal salt marsh, and a maritime and upland hammock. There is also an archaeological site where coquina rock was mined to create the nearby fortress, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.€¨At Anastasia you can enjoy camping, beachcombing, swimming, picnicking, fishing, windsurfing, hiking, wildlife viewing, boating and more.€¨€¨Anastasia's full-facility campground, including 139 campsites, is located in a wooded area within easy bicycling or walking distance of the beach. A self-guided nature trail takes hikers through a maritime hammock on ancient sand dunes, and anglers have the opportunity to haul in the big catch.
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