North Beach Camp Resort is located on 30-heavily-wooded acres on a barrier island between the saltwater North River and the Atlantic Ocean, just 4.5 miles north of historic downtown St. Augustine and 24 miles south of Jacksonville Beach. Our prime east Florida camping location makes us the destination of choice for in the know campers!
Very nice privately-run campground. The sites are somewhat close together but with palm and tree vegetation between them for privacy. the bathhouse is clean and has lots of laundry machines (bring quarters or front desk had some). The campground has river access to the back and then is just across the road from a great beach. There are no signs prohibiting dogs on the beach and our pup loved running around on the beach - almost no one there on a rainy / cloudy day. We stayed in site 23 which was fine but a bit tight. It was early Feb 2021 and it rained a lot when we were there and it was good to know the bath house could be a shelter if the tornado watch developed further. Luckily it didn’t. Nice place. I’d return here for longer with hopefully better weather. I like that you can walk to nature so conveniently from the campground.
This is a wonderful place 5 minutes from Old Town in St Augustine. Love how it is set in between the ICW and the ocean. The sites are good sized and private. They have foliage in between every site that makes you feel like you could be out here all alone. Staff and other campers are all very friendly. If you get hungry for a great seafood dinner you can walk down to Aunt Katie’s on the river. We had an absolutely wonderful dinner there. Only negative,which didn’t affect us was the bath houses are on the older side and need to be remodeled.
We stayed the week of Thanksgiving and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The campground is just lovely! Most RV sites are extremely private with plenty of vegetation between them. Our site (118) is a very deep, wide back-in. The river access is fantastic and the ocean is an easy walk across A1A. The beach is about to become inaccessible in a day or two due to a massive rejuvenation project that goes on day and night, crawling its way up the coast. Can’t wait to see the finished product when we come visit again someday!
The location is very nice but there is no reliable WiFi (even in the office) nor phone reception despite that’s how it’s advertised. My reason for selecting this campsite was that I needed to work remotely that week and it was advertised as WiFi and phone reception.
Bathrooms are very old and feel dirty. Thinking for $100 a day, they should invest in some remodeling. The only trash bins are at the entry of the camp so you need to carry out your trash quite a long way.
Close to the beach. Nice shady spots. Good amenities and friendly staff. We enjoyed our stay and will be back!
This campground was pretty great. Beach to the East and river to the west of the property. We loved the private beach area which kept the crowds to a minimum, compared to the public areas. My partner and I tent camped there during 4th of July weekend. Mornings/evenings were cool but mid afternoon was HOT however, the trees provided some cover. The only major con was the state of which the bathrooms were kept. Although they were air conditioned they are a bit rundown. Cleanliness could use some improvement but I’m sure most of it had to do with the crowdedness during that weekend. Not sure if it is better kept during normal times. Pets are allowed but with breed restrictions. They are allowed in all areas of the campground except the store, bathrooms, and pool.
This was our first beach campground we visited since we usually camp in the fall. We stayed in number 18 and we were very close to the bathroom area (which has AC) and close to the Pool. Love the privacy of the campgrounds although the campgrounds in the smaller loops felt too close to each other. This campground is in an excellent location. Across from the campground is the St. Agustine Beach and you have inside the campground direct access to the River area. There is a pool but for the size of the campground is a bit small but is open until 9pm. Most people moved around in golf cart and they even have parking space for a small boat on certain campsites. The staff is great and helpful. It is about 10 min drive from old St. Agustine were there are many things to do an restaurants. There is a boat ramp on the street next to the campground and there are two restaurants within walking distance of the campground. Great place for a summer gateway.
This campground meets all the requirements for a tropical camping vacation with plenty of room to explore. Private palmetto and tree lined sites offer plenty of shade. Golf cart recommended as this campground as it sprawls from one of side of the island to the other, offering riverfront beach and Atlantic white sand beaches with private parking. Cruising the trails that wind through the grounds on your cart will be one of your favorite past times. 2 streets down, you’ll find a castle. The facilities were cleaned in the morning - full of sand by evening. Shower and toilet stalls were always available. Great experience!
We stayed 7 days in July…very Hot. Weather report at 3pm said “feels like” 108f! Campsite was great, shaded with full hook ups. 2 good restaurants on the inter coastal side, fished and crab hunted at night. Another restaurant on the beach side was just ok. Great location to hit Downtown St Augustine. I recommend a Fishing Charter out of Comachee Cove marina just over the bridge…it was great. Also drive down to Matanzas inlet…walk along the path besides the bridge and spend the day fishing the inlet and snorkeling. Tons of sea turtles, birds, beautiful scenery and history. :) ….also check out Kyle’s seafood market. Excellent little place with great pre made dips and chowders and fresh seafood.
Awesome beach campground off A1A. Golf cart friendly, very private..