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Old 08-10-2012, 08:49 PM   #1
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RV Parks near St. Augsutine, FL

We are planning to spend some time this winter around St. Augustine, FL and are searching for a place to park our 40' motorhome. Can anyone recomend a good place in the area? We don't really need a lot of facilities like pool etc.
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Old 08-10-2012, 09:14 PM   #2
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If you want to be right on the Atlantic Ocean, try Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort in Flagler Beach. It's a short 20 mile drive to St. Augustine up the A1A shoreline drive.

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Anastasia state park in st Augustine beach is gorgeous. Small campground, very popular. Advance booking. Is usually required.
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If you want to be right on the Atlantic Ocean, try Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort in Flagler Beach. It's a short 20 mile drive to St. Augustine up the A1A shoreline drive.

Welcome to Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort in Beverly Beach, FL

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How much r the parks near water for a 40 ft mh
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Being from St. Augustine, I have never camped in any of the ones around here but most folks rave about Anastasia state park. I have dealt with a small campground on 207 about halfway between I-95 and US1. It is called Indian Forest Campround. I usually purchase my propane from them and use their dump station from time to time. They are always very friendly. You might want to check it out.
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Thanks Dave we've never been to Florida can't wait to be close to the gulf and enjoy fresh seafood i grew up in Oregon and miss the salty air !!!
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Thanks Dave we've never been to Florida can't wait to be close to the gulf and enjoy fresh seafood i grew up in Oregon and miss the salty air !!!
St augustine is atlantic side but the air is still salty and the scenery is fine.
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St augustine is atlantic side but the air is still salty and the scenery is fine.
And there's plenty of fresh seafood.
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Beachside at Beverley Beach Campground is almost $100 per night, but if you stay 6 nights they will let you stay one night free.

We have stayed there several times, and the view of the ocean can't be beat.

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I love Anastasia but your 40 footer is going to be a problem.
Very limited sites for that size.
Beverly Beach has sites one off the beach, and more across A1A, both are less than the direct ocean front.
State Park south of there can take the 40 footer, Gamble Rogers State Park.
These two are my favorites, but if you want right in St Augustine there is several right there, not on the Ocean, but a couple back up to the river.
Ocean Grove, North Beach Camp Resort are a couple on the river, but Oceanside.
Hope this helps, we kept at TT at Beverly Beach for 4 years ocean front, it was awesome, wake up with the ocean in your face.
Let me know if I can answer any more questions, been in Fl camping since 1972.
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That all sounds food to me. I'm ready for all the food and camping I Ck into these places. Thank you
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