Beverly Beach Camptown Resort – Flagler Beach, FL


I don’t know if their photos were photoshopped, or were taken prior to the last hurricane, but there are no palm trees (or ANY landscaping) at this park. It is just a parking lot.

Sure, it’s by the ocean, which could be nice, but unfortunately during our stay, it was so incredibly windy, it ruined our stay. Our rig was actually damaged by the wind. It was so windy, the sand would pelt you on the beach, and it was impossible to even be outside. All the rigs along the beach have left early. Yes, just bad luck with the weather maybe, but be prepared: it is often windy here. Road noise is a factor as well. Street lights were bright enough to be bothersome at night.

Staff in the office were efficient but not especially friendly. Check in was easy, parking was easy (no pull-throughs, only pull in/back in sites). Sites are gravel/sand with a concrete pad and a picnic table. I’m not sure why they chose to call this a “resort”– there is no pool, no tennis, no pickleball, no shuffleboard, etc. Only restrooms and laundry, which were clean.

All in all, it may be a 4-star location, but not in ANY way a “resort”. (I did not deduct stars for the weather, as that was just bad luck). However, at $155/night for a NON-premium site, it is way over-priced for what they offer, so deducted another star. In fact, of the nearly 30 places I have stayed on this 4-month trip, it is the most disproportionately priced for what you get. Will not stay here again.

**I have stayed at over 25 RV parks and campgrounds along the Florida coast over the last three months…. Look for my other reviews!**


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