Left park after one night because of ticks. There were tick warning signs posted. The park is small and quiet. Our site (28) was loose sand.
This was an easy park to get our motorhome into. The sandy road was a little bumpy in some areas but mostly smooth. The sites are wide and because of the vegitation almost impossible to see your neighbors. The camp hosts keep each site impeccable and the bath house were very clean. At night you will be surprised at how many raccoons inhabit the park.
Off the beaten track. Nice sites. Boat ramp and small dock for fishing. Would stay there again.
Nothing too special here just basic campsites, ours was pretty shaded so that was nice. No camp store but clean bathrooms and a nice picnic area. Only problem we had were ticks! They were literally everywhere and we were constantly picking them off ourselves and our dogs.
Isolated . Quite and very natural. We saw deer 🦌 on the long winding road to the state park, every day. It’s about to undergo rehab to improve the facility starting August 1.
Peaceful and relaxing . The place for a real camping experience . Close enough to visit Old St Augustine town and beaches.
loads to do
We spent 3 nights here. It was not as close to things we like to do (mountain biking, beach) as we had hoped but within 30 minutes of Mala Compara. A great place for kayakers. Nice boat launch! We hiked the 2.5 mile trail which was nice but dont forget the bug spray. The bugs were quite annoying and we returned with quite a few ticks. Overall a nice, quiet location.
I have stayed at Faver Dykes several times, very remote campground set deep in the woods. Lots of wild animals including deer, raccoons, possums, armadillos and tons of birds! Fishing and kayaking access on the Moultrie Creek, 30 minutes from St Augustine and even closer to the beach. Sand/dirt roads can get rough when rainy. Bring bug spray!!
Amazing little spot. Everything from camping to fishing. Close to saint Augustine and Daytona.