Campground Review – Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort




Beverly Beach Camptown  RV ResortIMG_0752 is located in Flager Beach, Florida, which is on Florida’s East Coast.This beautiful resort is located directly on the Atlantic Ocean between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, Florida. Address :2816 N Ocean Shore Blvd, Flagler Beach, FL 32136






  • This is a privately owned campground
  • Good Sam Network – the park offer discounts for Good Sam members and Military
  • Four Levels of Sites – Premier ocean front sites, Ocean Front sites, Ocean vies sites, and Campers village (seasonal campers)
  • Premier Sites – Ocean front sites 40-63, 25 feet wide, cement patios, added in 2013

Genreal Pricing

  • Jan – Apr $135 weekdays and weekends $145
  • May – Dec $125 weekdays and weekends $135
  • ***Site #63 has extra $10 fee due to panoramic view

Ocean Front sites – 1-38, ** Site #1 extra $10 fee due to panoramic view


  • Jan – Apr $115 weekdays & weekends $135 Monthly $1900
  • May – Dec $125 weekdays and weekends $135, Monthly $1700


Ocean View sites72-118 (second row of sites. Still have a fantastic view of the Atlantic Ocean.


  • Jan-Apr $90 weekdays & weekends $100 Monthly $1400
  • May – Dec $75 weekdays and weekends $85, Monthly $1000


Camper village – long term/seasonal sites located on last row of the park and on the opposite side of A1A


  • Jan – Apr $65 weekdays & weekends $75 Monthly $1200
  • May – Dec $60 weekdays and weekends $65, Monthly $900


  • Five Cabins: 2 ocean front(#39,45), 1 ocean view (#115), 2 camper village (#149 & 159)
  • Cabins – All are smoke free and Pet free. Bring your own lines or they will furnish them for a $10 fee. **No late check outs on cabins

Ocean Front CabinPricing

  • Jan-Apr $170 weekdays & weekends $185 $1900
  • May – Dec $150 weekdays and weekends $160
  • All site have full hook ups with 50 amp service. 30 amp adapters are available for loan
  • Long –term RV and boat Storage is available.



Medium Size Campground – however roughly 25% of the sites are on the non-beach side of A1A. 178 sites total – Over 120 have Ocean views with 63 of those are ocean front


If you are traveling during peak season it is advisable to book early, especially if you are interested in the oceanfront spots. We definitely recommend the ocean front sites.

Holidays and events that may cause booking issues

Biktoberfest, Bike week, Easter, Any big race week at Daytonna, $th of July, Labor day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Rates do increase during these times

Rates are affected by local events and holidays

Cancelation policy – Very reasonable – 72 hours. One night charge for No-shows



The beach – need I say more?

Camp store is very well stocked, kitchenette

No pool, no need you have the Atlantic ocean only steps away.

No playground

Campground Details:

The sites are right on the beach. The best sites are the “Ocean Front – Premium” sites.

However, even if you have a regular ocean front site it is very enjoyable. We were able to have our morning coffee in our captain’s chairs with a full windshield view of the Atlantic Ocean.

The road that goes through the park is paved and when our boys were taking a break from playing in the ocean, they enjoy riding their scooters up and down the road.

The campground itself is right off A1A, which is the main strip that runs down the east coast of Florida closest to the beach. We did not notice much of the street noise, but you will definitely enjoy the sounds of the ocean waves.

No Pull thru sites. Very friendly staff. The campstore is very well stocked and has a full kitchenette available for use.

There is a seawall that seperates the actual campground from ocean, which offers a spectacular view of the ocean from the RV



It was quiet and relaxing during our stay in October, but I imagine it is busier during the summer months. Great beach camping. There is only one strip road in and out, so families with kids on bikes and scooters must be vigilant for car and RV traffic.


We mainly stayed on the beach.

Kennedy Space Center is about one hour south of the campground.

St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum – 45 minutes north

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum

St. Augustine Outlet Shopping

Daytona international Speedway

Fort Matanzas National Monument NPS – Coastal FL was a major battlefield as Europe fought for control in then New World. This fort guarded St Augustine’s southern river approach. FREE Ferry ride across the river to the fort.

Great beach for family photos!!

Bulow Creek State Park and Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park – walking trails reminiscent of unspoiled old Florida experience, there is a 2,000 year old Fairchild Oak tree there. Walking tours of the ruins of an old sugar plantation. Ormond Beach 20 minutes away



Maybe to have a couple of activities on the beach for families. Possibly a beach bonfire and s’mores night.


Insider Tip:

Our site number was # 33 oceanfront. It was a few feet from the steps to enter the beach. It was our first time camping at the beach. IMG_0061 Waking up in the morning, opening the front windshield shade and having an ocean view drinking your morning coffee…priceless….








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