Located on the Atlantic coast of Florida, Beverly Beach RV Resort is my new favorite beach front RV campground.
Beverly Beach RV Campground Amenities
The best amenity at this campground is the beach front camping. They have a great sea wall, to put your RV up above the sunbathers and help keep the sand to a minimum, along with a bricked boardwalk between the RVs and the sea wall.
At night, the boardwalk becomes a place for RVers to hang out, enjoy an adult beverage, and socialize.
There are several sets of stairs throughout to give you easy access to the beach. Because there are nesting sea turtles in the area, plus tides, you cannot leave your beach gear on the beach overnight. But those stairs provide easy access.
Each stairwell also has hoses providing fresh water to rinse off the salt and sand from you and your gear.
The campground also has a small store in case you forget some of the basics or need a quick treat. They also have bath houses if you prefer not to use your own RV bathrooms.
There is no pool for those that would prefer to stay away from the sand or out of the ocean.
RV Camping Sites
The individual sites at Beverly Beach are pretty close together. You’ve got enough room to put your awning out and maybe a little extra, depending on how wide your rig is with the slides out.
If you are traveling with other RVers, try to get buddy sites next to each other to provide more room to spread out. You can position the RVs so that they are awning to awning.
Some sites are specifically made for Class A and Class C motorhomes to pull-in and take advantage of those big front windows. Other sites are made for towables, where you back-in. You’ll want to make sure that the Campground Office knows what type of RV you are bringing so that they can make appropriate arrangements.
But be prepared with extra water hoses and electrical cords in case you need to go the other way (especially for you motorhome owners that could back-in if needed). Or if you have the RV Valet that will let you pull in your trailer.
Extra Car Parking Restrictions
The sites are long enough for most RVers to have not only their RV but also a tow (or toad) vehicle at the site.
If you have more than one car, you’ll need to get a visitors pass and park across the street in overflow parking. They are strict about this and you will get a call while you are out on the beach if you break this rule.
A Day at Beverly Beach
Beverly Beach is what I would call a sleepy beach town. In that there isn’t really any commercial activity on the beach itself.
When you are at Beverly Beach, it’s about what you bring and how you entertain yourself.
You’ll want your pop-up tent and camping chairs. I also splurged for the Ostrich Beach Chairs for this beach trip. I love their beach chairs – they fold nicely but also have cutouts for your face and arms when you are on your stomach!
Don’t forget some simple floats to bob around the ocean in.
Often, the surf is high enough for some basic surfing. It’s a great place for some beginner surfing lessons and practice. (See some great surfing quotes for inspiration!) My neighbors at the campground were out there everyday surfing and ocean kayaking.
Cost of Staying at Beverly Beach
The only downside of Beverly Beach is the price. It is definitely on the pricier side of campgrounds.
But then again, when you are getting 1,500 feet of beach-front camping, it can only be expected.
During the high season and during special events, the prices are the highest. If you want lower prices, try the summer. It’s got the best beach time anyways.
The other way to get lower prices is to be willing to be close, but not beach front. They have a second row of camp sites on the beach side of the road and then more across the street.
Beach Front RV Camping – Location, Location, Location
The best part of Beverly Beach RV Campground is the location. Right on the Atlantic Coast, you wake up to the sound of waves.
You have unobstructed views from your rig of the sunrise (if you are up early enough).
And it is convenient to local area restaurants in Flagler Beach, just down A1A from the campground.
Flagler Beach is your typical Florida coastal community. You’ve got restaurants that cater to the seafood crowd.
The Golden Lion was a favorite for their happy hour special on appetizers, including oysters on the half shell. I went three times in one week visit to Beverly Beach.
We also enjoyed the Funky Pelican at the Flagler Fishing Pier. Tortugas had a great brunch.
From the Fishing Pier, if you head back towards I-95, you’ll have popular grocery stores including Publix and Winn-Dixie.
After you cross I-95, you’ll have all your major big box shopping, including Wal-mart, Lowes, and Home Depot. There are also several Amazon drop boxes, in case you need anything shipped (like that new Blue Ox coiled cable that I needed for the Jeep).
Day Trip to Daytona
If you want more of a city adventure, you can venture down to Daytona Beach, home of the Daytona NASCAR race. And plenty of big hotels, restaurants, and shopping.
Beverly Beach becomes a favorite pre- and post-race stop for RVers wanting to extend their time in Florida around the Daytona NASCAR race in February.
If you visit when there isn’t a race going on, you can get a behind-the-scenes tour of the speedway and visit the Motorsports Hall of Fame on site.
Day Trip to St. Augustine
St. Augustine is another one of those famous Florida beach towns, this time with quite a bit of history.
It’s fun to walk through the oldest city in the U.S. and tour the Spanish architecture.
And don’t miss the city dressed up for Christmas! It’s a great treat.
Beverly Beach RV Resort Campground
Next time you are looking for a beach front campground in Florida, be sure to check out Beverly Beach RV Resort.
Just don’t forget to get your RV washed after a visit to the beach! You’ll want to wash all the sand and salt off.
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