Stayed for a 3 day weekend. several park models, but well maintained. Amazing view of the marsh on the back side of the park. This place is well suite for snowbirds, but a great place to slip in between seasons. Beach access is nearby. Good dinner options close by, even walking distance. We will come back.
We stayed here for 4 nights on the Memorial Day weekend 2016 and were very pleased. The pool area had just been redone and was as nice as it gets. It was a large pool with stone deck and hot tub. The hot tub was under a roof and out of direct sun. We were assigned D109 and it was a back in site for our 35' motorhome. Our site had shade trees and was a great full hook up site. The rates were around $70 per night. We will be leaving tomorrow and will arrange another visit in the future. The staff was helpful.
Many park homes, no fire ring, store is not stocked much Who ever serviced the Jacuzzi, put so much chlorine in, it bleached the desk brown right out of a bathing suit. Access to the beach requires driving, not far, and a small fee for access. Might stay again.
Pulled in did not like the park went back to the office try to get my money back refused to give it back told me I had to pay a $25 cancellation fee I was there 10 minutes go down the street to Bryan mast Ocean resort much better cheaper
This park obviously reserves the best tree covered spaces for more permanent our monthly pay guests. We pulled in for only five days and got an open space pull through with no pad. It seems all they relatively permanent stays had pads.
We're on our second winter stay here and we love it. Like all RV parks there are day to day maintenance issues around the park, but unless you visit immediately after a hurricane your visit should be completely comfortable and uneventful. After 27 states in our first year only Utah could complete, and that was for hundreds of dollars more on status over two weeks. If you're over nighting and on a budget Florida is not the state for you; even State parks go for $35/night and up. Ocean Grove is one of our favorites nationwide.
Ok but not great older park with tight spots lots of park models. OK for a few days. Lots of park models for sale. No real view spots worth paying for and the view is the marsh. Any type and kind or RV allowed. A bit noisy.
So so place with many perms. Cable is broken.... Sort of run down and there are no camp hosts or employees around. ..sort of a self service place at high prices. Pool is nice...hot tub closed for repairs and to open during peak season...WTF....February is peak! Nice location and best to be on the water side.
Was a bit down on the place over sort of so so maintenance.....Well, they came right over to fix cable! VIEWS are nice and all in all a good place to stay.
Nice park with great security. Close to downtown St. Augustine. We paid for a premium spot. Paved drive with picnic table on cement pad. Live band played both days and pool and restaurant/bar were full due to the fact that it is open to the public. If you eat/drink there, you are welcome to use pool. The website says quick walk to the beach NOT TRUE. No beach access without driving to a road that leads to the beach. Must pay to park on the beach. This was a disappointment, as we were looking forward to some beach time, especially with the pool being crowded. Could not get the cable to work and the internet was spotty. Restrooms and showers were nice and clean. This was our very first time camping at an RV park. We felt it was quite expensive.