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Sugar Mill Ruins Travel Park

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All of our spacious sites are full service and full hookup and can accommodate any size unit including pull-thrus and back-in sites. We also have 12×20 country cottages to rent.

At Sugar Mill Ruins Travel Park, we offer all the amenities you need to make your stay with us a memorable one. Please, note that you must supply your own linens, sheets, pillows, towels, plates, cups, silverware. Also, no pets allowed inside or tied up outside!

30 & 50 Amp Service Available
Back-in Sites
Basketball Court
Beautiful Landscaping
Cable TV
Clean Restrooms
Coin Laundry Facility
Convenience Store with Ice
Copy & Fax Services
Internet Access
LP Gas
Mail Service
Military Discounts Available
Monthly Rates
Outdoor Games
Pets Welcome
Planned Activities
Pull-thru Sites
Recreation Room
Sewer Hook-ups
Solar Heated Swimming Pool
Tent Sites
Pickle ball
Dump Station
Rock Mining
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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
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  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Cabins


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  • Market
  • ADA Access
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • WiFi
  • Showers
  • Drinking Water
  • Electric Hookups
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump
  • Sewer Hookups
  • Water Hookups
  • Pull-Through Sites
  • Big Rig Friendly

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8 Reviews

Stuart K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 1, 2023

New Smyrna Beach Vibe Rollicks in this RV Park

If you’ve landed on this review hopefully its because of a primary decision to visit one of the greatest beach communities in all of Florida – New Smyrna Beach. This super-slim archipelago boasts some of the most perfect white sugar sand beaches anywhere – plus, the best part is that this beach is a proper ‘drive-on’ beach, so whatever you would normally have to haul in a cart or wheeled by trolley to the beach, you can simply keep in the trunk or bed of your SUV / car / truck. And if you are here, hopefully you have planned to be here for some time – or, upon seeing how simply amazing New Smyrna Beach is, have decided that you need a place to stay ... but unfortunately, you and a couple thousand other people have come to the same conclusion. So what do you do? 

Well, you look for simple and affordable accommodations nearby, and that’s what will attract you to Sugar Mill Ruins Travel Park, which is conveniently located only 15 minutes drive or so from beachside bliss. While this is definitely an RV-laden outpost, the vibe here is quite contagious, with its main office greeting you immediately upon arrival, where just past this wooden log cabin structure pure hedonism awaits with vibrant bouncing beach balls popping up and down in this overgrown campside Florida shaped-pool bursting with loud southern country music (yee-haw!) and nearly everyone en towe brandishing a coozie with some cheap domestic beer and endless “hey y’all’s” and smiles to boot at the ‘Tiki Hut’ (warning – there’s nothing here that resembles a ’Tiki Hut’ apart from the drinks they pour, although even here, no umbrellas!). This place feels like Spring Break for the adults toting 2-3 kids with them as they dwell in their mobile manufactured temporary housing. 

With all the proper hook-ups being provided (30 / 50 amp electric, sewer, water), this oversized RV menagerie feels like it’s been carved out of a forest of tall needle-pine trees sheltering its residents from the sweltering heat of NE Florida. The family-friendly restrooms and shower facilities are fairly clean and there’s picnic tables and BBQ grills sporadically littered all over the place. Sugar Mill Ruins also rents out very affordable cabins (12 x 20) with twin bunk beds and fold-out futon (nice) complete with mini-fridge, table, chairs, microwave and even a porch with deck chairs. There’s more than 200 sites to choose from complete with a playground for the kiddos, game room with 2 billiards tables, plus 3 acres of lake fishing along with a cool pavilion with games and events (this is the main building that you’ll first encounter). 

Insider’s tips? Here’s a few: (1) While not exactly a destination, Sugar Mill Ruins is so dang convenient to some of the best beach experiences you might ever encounter, depending upon your leaning, leave early and spend as much time as you can at New Smyrna Beach; (2) If you’re looking for a different place to soak some suds, I highly recommend Norwood’s Treehouse Bar, which has fantastic cocktails and local live music; and (3) For simply sublime food, check out Outriggers Tiki Bar& Grille, which has a pretty gracious happy hour where you can spot manatees and dolphins while biting down on some of the freshest catch in Florida, but with outstanding accoutrement, like key lime coconut beurre blanc and sticky bamboo rice or pineapple and peppadew rhum butter infused fish entrees. 

Happy Camping!

Month of VisitMay
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DebePtown D.
Reviewed Jan. 25, 2023

No heated pool

This place advertises a heated pool. It is not heated at all. They said it was damaged due to hurricane. However, many Year rounders say it hasn’t been heated even before hurricane. Very dissatisfied.

Month of VisitFebruary
Reviewed Jul. 19, 2022

Great campground HORRIBLE INTERNET !!!!

The park itself was really nice. Lots of trees. Sites were not huge, but had enough room. Lots of long term residents and regulars, so it was easy to get the local scoop.

But— and it’s a big one for those of us in the 21st century— the internet is worse than pathetic. NONE of the carriers have consistent coverage. I have ATT, and most if the time I had nothing. Sometimes I’d get 1 bar with barely enough to see if an email came in. As soon as we got on the street outside the park, text messages we had missed would start showing up. Users with other carriers said the same.

There is a paid WIFI available in the park. Talking with other residents it was good enough to stream movies, but nothing more. I work remotely (hosting zoom meetings) so I didn’t bother paying the daily rate.

If you work remotely, I’d suggest a different location. If you’re looking to get away for a bit- this is the place.

Bathroom and showers were modern and clean. Coin laundry is on site. Swimming pool was good. There’s even a bar by the pool to order drinks, ice cream cones, and hot dogs.

Month of VisitAugust


Sugar Mill Ruins Travel Park is located in Florida

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1050 Old Mission Road, New Smyrna Beach, Florida From jct I-95 (exit 249A) & Hwy-44: Go 3-1/2 mi E on Hwy-44, then 1-3/4 mi S on Mission Rd.


1050 Old Mission Rd
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168


29.00139203 N
80.939933 W

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