My wife and I stayed here this past weekend and we will definatly be back. After reading some of the reviews here we were a little reserved about what we might expect but went anyways. When we arrived on friday night and checked in the lady behind the counter asked if our 5th wheel was 30a or 50a as all of there sites are 50a. They loaned us an adapter that they could have easily charged us for. The entire staff was very friendly and very had no issues with them at all. We did stay in one of the "ocean side" lots and yes it was a little tight however if you follow the guidelines (pull into a pull in space and back into a back in space) there is enough room by far. You will be awning to awning with the person on our left and slide to slide with the person on the right and you wont have to have you or your neighbors sewer hose running by your picnic table. Im in a 32' fifth wheel and the person on my right was in a 42' coach. The space between us was aproximatly 3'. As far as it being a gravel parking lot, its the beach, which means no trees except for a palm tree on each lot. The "ocean view" lots are a little bit larger with grass and a concrete pad and to get to the beach you have to walk an extra 100 feet. I guess you cant please all of the people all of the time so your gonna get complaints about something. I do know that my faimly and I will be back very soon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beverly Beach Camptown is one of the few RV resorts in the U.S. Situated directly on the ocean. We have 1,500 linear feet of Atlantic Ocean beachfront for your enjoyment. Located in Beverly Beach, FL there are plenty of attractions in Daytona Beach 30 miles to the south and St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, 32 miles to the north, to keep everyone busy. We are truly a year-round premier camping destination. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Beverly Beach Camptown Hotel Flagler Beach