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Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Anastasia State Park
Access
Drive In, Boat In
Operator
State
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Anastasia State Park is located in Florida
Latitude
29.881 N
Longitude
-81.286 W
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32 Reviews of Anastasia State Park
Great place to stay to visit St. Augustine

Anastasia is a great campground with over 100 sites for both tent and RV camping. Fires are always allowed. Each camp site has a picknick table, a water hose and a fire pit. Only two cars are allowed at each site, the park rangers a sticklers for this. For the most part bathrooms are within walking distance and sites are fairly excluded from each other. Its proximity to both the beaches and downtown, makes it a great place to stay while visiting St. Augustine. Reservations fill up quick make sure to try to reserve your dates about 3+ months in advance.

great spot for st. Augustine

stayed for a week and loved it. wife wanted a week stay is st. Augustine and i did not want to spend a ton of money. bathrooms are good. and buffers are good.

Secluded Camping

I am a huge fan of Florida State Parks. Anastasia has good size sites that are very private. We could not see our side neighborhoods only the ones across from us. Bathrooms were clean and the showers were large. There was always staff around keeping the grounds picked up and tidy. The camp ground is very pet friendly, but dogs are not allowed on the beach in the park. There are many pet friendly beaches nearby. There is no camping near the ocean, but it is just a short bike ride/drive from the campsites to the beach. Water and electric hook up at the sites, a large trash compactor is located near the the 3 lane dump station.

Great camp ground, but make sure you reserve far in advance, they book up quick.

Beach camping

Close to the beach, fairly secluded campsites, plenty of land and sea wildlife! Fun for the whole family!

Best campground

This is by far my most favorite campground in Florida. It is very difficult to get into, but well worth it if you can. It has water and electric with a dump station on the way out. Great place to ride bikes, walk on the beach and visit the great town of St Augustine. Everything is within 10 minutes of your campsite!!

Cozy among the coquina

The facilities at this camp ground are nearly immaculate. The beach access is spacious and pristine. Water sport equipment rental and snack shack on site. Highly recommended to the beach enthusiast. Caution: concerts at the amphitheater can be heard from some sites if you're tent camping.

Great Park! Great Location!

Anastasia Island State Park is located in the middle of all that makes St Augustine amazing! It’s a 10 minute drive into the heart of the historic city. The campground is located in the park that has the most beautiful beaches, with dune mountains that peak over the salt marsh as you dry through the park. Living in Florida, I was expecting horrendous mosquitoes in the evening but it has been pleasant surprise not having too many mosquitoes around (It’s August). We have site 33 which is amazing to let the kids play, you can see the playground but still have some privacy from it. I have already booked my return stay for next year!

Nice Quiet Place

We had a good time. The facilities are nice and clean. Make sure you have your coolers closed good and strapped for extra security because the raccoons will try to rob you as you sleep.

Very clean and centralized to St. Augustine.

If you like beach views, as well as cool historic site, this is the place to camp. It stays nice most of the year, with a few days of cool weather. There are numerous historic sites like the Castillo de San Marco/ the fort, the Old Jail, Ripley's Believe It or Not, the Lightner Museum, the Light House, the Alligator Farm, and the St. Augustine Amphitheater, to name a few. Most of which are within walking or bike riding distance. Many great restaurants abound throughout the city and down St. George Street. At Christmas time there is also the world famous Nights of Lights. There are many ghost tours for the family or you can take the adults only pub crawl ghost tour. Lots of fun to be had and maybe learn some history, or some mystery, at least as it's told.

My happy place

Located at the beach. Can bike or drive to beach and camp store. Water sport rentals on site. Close to Town. Many places to visit, lighthouse, quarry, distillery… Sites have h2O and electric. Spacious, shady with fire pit and picnic table. Love it and have been going 4th of July week for many years.