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Old 05-04-2015, 01:05 PM   #1
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Saint Augustine

Any places rec to stay or see at saint Augustine, Fl. In later may... Tks for help...GlenB
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:12 PM   #2
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We stayed at Anastasia State Park, right on the Ocean. Very nice experience. Go on line & get a reservation.

If Anastasia is full-there are a couple more State Parks nearby. All Florida State Parks are good-all the way up yo excellent.
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:25 PM   #3
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Love St. Augustine. We stay at an RV park right on the water. Forgot the name however. See the Old Fort, tour the city market, state parks, beaches, seafood, not many kids as the water is a little too cool.

Love that place.
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We stayed at Stagecoach RV Park in March on our trek back from wintering. It was ok, rained and the park was muddy. They really need to put down more gravel on the roads and the sites. We would probably stay there again if we couldn't find any place else.mwe loved St. Augustine and enjoyed ourselves everyday we were there.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:02 PM   #5
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North Beach RV is our favorite place to stay. In town, see the fort, walk St George St.
take a ghost tour, the Segway tour is outstanding, the gator farm is very interesting, there is a fairly new distillery that has tours. There are many more things to do and great restaurants.
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Bryn Mawr resort is very nice. Its on the beach, very clean. It is pricey, however
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:06 PM   #7
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Bryn Mawr resort is very nice. Its on the beach, very clean. It is pricey, however
That's where we stay. I remember now. Concrete pads, very nice.
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Bryn Mawr and Anastasia would be on my list. If you go to old town, must have hot cinnamon buns at the Bunnery!! And the winery is fun too...they used to do Jazz night so check it out if you like that kind of thing.
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Saint Augustine is a tourist trap..Lots of places to see.
Here is where my Daughter took me Sunday... 3 photos on one side of the street, 3 on the other

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Seemed like it was easy to get a site right behind the primary dune, so we did. Found out that you get sand blasted with the wind whipping your awning. Now we stay a couple rows back. Nice beach access.
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We love to visit St. Augustine. I grew up down the road in Ormond Beach. Somehow the city has managed over all these years to keep in character. I miss the street musicians from years ago. Great old time seafood diner style is OSTEENS just over the bridge of lions headed to the beach. I've only stayed once in the KOA that was simply awful! For those that have been to Bryn Mawr is it big rig friendly? Thanks, you'll enjoy.
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For those that have been to Bryn Mawr is it big rig friendly? Thanks, you'll enjoy.
We had our 35 footer in there with no problem. A few park models reside there as well.
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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.
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Yep, Osteens is great. My Wife loves that place.
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