We have stayed at Camptown several times and at last the owner has seen fit to spend some money on the park. These improvements have included installation of concrete pads and increasing the size of most of the sites, (which was way over due) the last pads installed are on the south ocean front side, for some reason all palm trees were removed, so now one has a parking lot atmosphere. When it rains these sites are now like a mud field with palm tree debris which had not been cleaned up and some sites so soft RV sinks into them, one having to be towed out.
For these "wonderful" improvements the prices have been jacked up to almost double those of 3 years ago. One can stay in a good beach front hotel for the same amount
The WFI ( what WFI) is a joke, and including it in the description of the park is false advertising. When asked about putting in a pool, we were told , by the owner "use the ocean", in January we did not think this was a good idea.
The restrooms and showers are still very basic and cheap, the laundry room has had the sink removed ! All could do with a good renovation.
Don't bother to complain to any of the staff, they only work there and are really good.
One thing that can't be denied is the beatiful ocean...
- 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