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7 Reasons to Go Camping at Bulow RV Resort

Stressed from the chaos of the big city? Bored by the business of everyday life? Worn out with the complexities of modern living? Retreat to Bulow RV Resort, where the simplicity of camping out (or the relaxation of glamping in) offers you space to breathe, fun things to do and a break from reality.

Location, Location, Location

Nestled alongside a historic state park and Bulow Creek, Bulow RV Resort is your basecamp to the beautiful Palm Coast and Flagler Beaches. Minutes after exiting Interstate 95 between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, you’ll be parked, unpacked and ready to play at this beautiful property.

When you’re ready to explore beyond the resort, the area offers endless options. Go back in time to nearly two hundred years ago at the neighboring Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park. Roam what remains of the Bulow family’s 18th-century sugar plantation—the largest on Florida’s east coast—and learn about its demise during the Second Seminole War. Or venture out into the calm, protected waters of the adjacent Bulow Creek or the nearby Intracoastal Waterway. Find boat rentals, outfitters and guides here.

You can build sandcastles, surf the waves or search for sea glass at any of the area beaches. With nearly twenty miles of sandy shoreline, it’s easy to find a spot and spend a relaxing day digging your toes in the sand, soaking up the sun and swimming in the surf.

Flagler Beach and Palm Coast offer unique shopping boutiques and a wide variety of dining options. Post pictures of your shopping spree at European Village and your friends will think you’re vacationing in Italy. Enjoy a scrumptious sea-to-table dinner or pick up a dozen melt-in-your-mouth doughnuts to enjoy back at camp.

Accommodations to Suit Everyone

Let’s face it, the definition of camping varies. To some, it’s sleeping under the stars and waking with the dew, and to others, it’s sacrificing a modern convenience or two—or perhaps, none at all. The resort satisfies every preference with primitive tent pads, RV sites with full hook-ups, rustic cabins and fully equipped, air-conditioned cottages. With so many options, bring the extended family and make it a generational vacation. There’s even a ballroom and banquet hall for special events and family reunions.

You Can Bring Fido

Don’t leave your pooch at home. The resort is pet-friendly as long as your dog is leashed. It even has a designated dog park. And don’t worry if you want to wander off the property, the area of Flagler Beach north of North 10th and south of South 10th streets are specifically reserved to let your pooches play. Bring your fishing pole to cast a line in the surf or your binoculars to go bird-watching.

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Affordability

With seasonal rates starting as low as $30 for camping and $47 for glamping, the resort accommodates any budget. With all the money you’ll save on lodging, you’ll have plenty to spend elsewhere! So, splurge on that special dinner, souvenir or an exciting excursion you’ll remember forever.

Activities and Amenities to Help Everyone Unplug

The resort has a swimming pool, miniature golf, volleyball and horseshoes courts, so disconnecting from your daily life is a breeze, and you’ll have a blast feeling like a kid again.

You’ll “ooh” and “ahh” when you get a glimpse of the wildlife like ospreys, turtles, alligators and fish while you paddle Bulow Creek or any number of nearby waterways.

Explore the water with a sailing or fishing charter. Or stay on land and play a round of golf. Whichever activity you choose, the invigorating sea breeze will surely wash away any remnants of stress.

Events for the Ages

Every month, the resort organizes events for its guests—from bingo and arts and crafts projects to coffee and donuts socials. These fun interludes are perfect ways to bring everyone in the family together.

Facilities That Make It Easy

Forgot something? Provisioning is a cinch with Bulow RV Resort’s on-site store. If the store doesn’t have what you’re looking for, venture into the nearby communities to get a sample for what’s local—especially at Flagler Beach Farmers Market, open every Friday and Saturday. Some of the other amenities on the property include grills in the picnic area, public restrooms and showers and Wi-Fi.

Ready to relax and escape in the Florida sun? Start planning your unforgettable camping getaway to Bulow RV Resort and Palm Coast and Flagler beaches today!