We stayed here in May 2018 for a week and even though it rained several days it was a beautiful park on the water. We paid extra to stay at site A on the peninsula and it was well worth it. We liked it so much that we have a reservation for a month next year. There is no bathhouse but there is a nice common area and laundry room. The whole place is immaculate.
Beautiful views from high up on the mountain. Spectacular waterfalls and hiking trails. They also have a really nice restaurant and lodge at the top.
We have camped at this beautiful park in St. Augustine many times in the past. It’s on the ocean with a beautiful beach. The park has lots of mature magnolia trees. You will need to bring outdoor rugs as the sites are mostly dirt. Loads of things to do and see in the town of old St. Augustine!
Really nice park. Lots of marsh lands and beautiful old trees. The campsites are a bit dark and they are all dirt.
This park has amazing views of the surrounding mountains. Lots of shade. It has an equestrian area where you can book horseback rides. The people that run the park are very friendly and accommodating. Lots of hiking trails both in the park and outside of the park. There were only 2 negatives that we had on this trip. One was our first encounter with "stink bugs". They were everywhere and you couldn't keep them out of the RV. When we got home to Florida we were still killing them inside the RV for almost 5 months! The other negative is that hurricane Micheal was barreling for Florida before our stay was up at Trackrock. We had to cut our stay short so that we wouldn't be driving through a hurricane.
Very nice park. Lots of places to explore. Fishing is great. They have some very good restaurants in town. And there is a lighthouse you can climb.
Very remote with thousands of acres of nature surrounding you. The sky at night is spectacular. The astronomers love this park. There are no stores close by so make sure that you have all of your supplies. They only sell ice & firewood at the ranger station. It’s also a bit hot in the summer. It is also an equestrian park.
We love staying at this park. The Pine Grove sites are full hookups but have no shade. The River sites are close to the river and boat ramp but there is no longer a dump station so you would have to trek about 4miles to the Pine Grove dump station.
Beautiful campground. Very clean &on the water. A bit pricey but worth it.