Visitors must register at the office, park in a designated area, and leave the grounds by 8:00pm, additional charges for overnight guests, guests must follow all campground rules and regulations while on the property. We have the right to refuse and revoke access to our property if we deem necessary.
Our quiet hours are 10:00pm to 8:00am. Radios and TV's must be kept low. No unaccompanied minors after 8:00pm. Quiet hours are for the enjoyment of all who camp with us, be kind and courteous to your fellow campers!
Pool hours are as posted. No lifeguard is on duty. Swim at your own risk. Please shower before entering the pool and please do not dive or jump in the pool for your safety. No Glass, pets, bicycles, skates, skateboards or scooters are permitted on the pool deck and children under 17 are required to be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.
Aggressive dogs/pets of any breed are not welcome. If you pet shows behavior that is unfriendly or aggressive towards strangers, you will be asked to find other accommodations. All pets are required to be under the control and observation of their owners. A 6' leash rule is enforced. Dogs should not be left unattended outside. Please help us and your fellow campers in keeping our facility pet friendly by cleaning up after your pet, those who are found, turned in or caught not picking up after your pet will be asked to leave NO REFUND!
Sunday - Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday & Saturday: 7am - 8pm
Holidays and Special events store hours extended inquire at the front desk
Camp fires are permitted in designated fire rings located on each site, please do not leave your fire unattended, extinguish your fire before retiring to bed, do not leave children or pets unattended by the fire.
We are looking forward to having you as our guest. Relax by the lake and have a wonderful time touring Historic Downtown Saint Augustine.The Saint Augustine Beach KOA is family owned and operated by Jennifer Fischback and her parents for the past 20 years.
When she left her career and became a campground owner in 1995, Jennifer really wasn't that far off from her original career path. Jennifer worked for the national park service. "It was no big switch," Jennifer said.
Jennifer grew up camping her parents bought their first RV when she was five years old. "I've never been without one since," she said.
Jennifer and her family worked hard to make improvements to the campground but feels their staff's friendliness is the best part of the campground business. "They make people feel as comfortable and happy as possible," she said. "We offer as much as we can. We encourage all of our guests to let us know if there is anything we could do to make their stay more enjoyable while they are visiting with us."