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Old 05-05-2015, 03:16 PM   #15
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Anastasia is a beautiful state park. Having the beach near by and being near the attractions is wonderful. The down side of Anastasia is that it's relatively primitive, ie the sites are not all very level, there is no sewer hook up and I believe they only have 30 amp service.

The sites are fairly wooded which I like, unless you want to get satellite reception.

Not trying to knock the park, you just need to know what you're getting there. We've camped there since my kids were small in everything from tents to travel trailers to MHs. Have reservations there in August.
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Old 05-05-2015, 05:16 PM   #16
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Many years ago we stayed at a KOA in St. Augustine. It was quite nice
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The ghost tour was a fun time
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Old 05-05-2015, 05:58 PM   #18
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X2 on Osteens. Anastasia can be difficult at times to get a spot be sure and try to reserve. I would suggest when you tour downtown to use the trolley tour system around town that allows you to get on and off as you wish.
I should add,, When Darling Daughter and I visited Anastasia State Park had the no vacancy sign out and rigs trying to get in.

Since we were in a Dodge Charger,, Not an RV, and not stying, we had not tribble...but I kind of wonder about the class C behind us.
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OC Whites is a really good restaurant right across the street from the marina and by the Bridge of Lions. This is one of our favorite places to visit. Anastasia Park is nice, but without reservations well ahead, you will not get in.
Great city with lots to see and do. We live 1 1/2 hrs from there and visit several times a year.
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Many years ago we stayed at a KOA in St. Augustine. It was quite nice
Can't speak for years past, but we stayed there last August on our way back home an wasn't impressed. Basically a grass lot with paved parking areas.
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We love Anastasia SP and its proximity to town and the beaches. One thing: the St Augustine Amphitheater is practically inside the park and can be very loud on concert nights (all outdoors). Check their schedule if you don't want the loud music. And make sure you visit the lighthouse. Alligator farm is interesting and just outside the park entrance.
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We're in Stagecoach RV for 2 nights, and it's nice. Spaces are very spacious,lots of room. Close to shopping and market, right down the street and a Cracker Barrel around the corner! We did the Old Town Trolley tour and loved it! We were on it all day...hop on, hop off, did a lot of walking, drove over to the lighthouse, beach, etc. Loved it!
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Indian Forrest Campground right outside of St. Augustine was nice. Easy in and out. Visit the St. Augustine Light House as well as the Fort. Both nice places.
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Can't speak for years past, but we stayed there last August on our way back home an wasn't impressed. Basically a grass lot with paved parking areas.

It was about 13 years ago. It was a flat area. A few trees and ok size sites but things change. I'd love to go back and explore more
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We were there two weeks ago, Anastasia is a great park could only get one night. Do the light house tour and plenty to see and do. Love O'steens for the GIANT shrimp! fantastic. They were closed when we got there! Ugh! closed sun and mon and they dont take credit cards? Enjoy St.Augustine it's a great place. paul
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We are going in June. Will be our first time. Staying at Bryn Mawr resort. I'm wanting to see the old fort and do the telly tour but with a7 year old and a5 year old it will be interesting.
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Bryn Mawr is okay for big rigs but is not deluxe, just a place to stay.
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