If your vacation to Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches means bringing along your RV or camper, then we’ve got just the place to park it. Journey down A1A, a scenic Florida byway that runs parallel to the Atlantic, to Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort and Camper’s Village. This oceanfront spot is an RV lover’s dream—incredible views, an onsite convenience store, and more. Keep reading to learn more about one of the best RV resorts in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.

Oceanfront RV Sites in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches

Imagine waking up in the comfort of your personal RV, then stepping outside to a view of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. At Beverly Beach Camptown, that dream can become a reality. The RV resort boasts more than a hundred campsites, all minutes from the water. Choose from four different categories, which vary by price and location: Premier Beachfront, Beachfront, Oceanview, and Camper’s Village.

The Premier Beachfront campsites are 60 feet long and 25 feet wide with cement patios, while the Beachfront sites are 58 feet long and vary in width. If you’re wanting the best views and driving a larger recreational vehicle, choose one of these spaces.

Don’t need that much room? Opt for the Oceanview sites, which are 25 feet wide. You’ll still get a great view while also saving a few bucks. Finally, the Camper’s Village sites are situated across A1A and are 58 feet long and 25 feet wide. These are the most budget-friendly, yet you’re still within walking distance of the beach.

All sites have full hook-ups, and include water, sewer, cable, WiFi and electric with 50-amp service. Pets are allowed for those bringing their own RV or camper.

Oceanview Cabins in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches

If the thought of driving an RV is daunting, don’t fear—Beverly Beach Camptown offers several cabins for rent. The cabins sleep two to four adults and come equipped with a kitchen and ¾ bath (no tub). Everything you need is at your fingertips: cutlery, dishes, linens, bath towels, and beach towels. Some even come with small decks and picnic tables. But the best feature—an incredible view. All of the cabins are just steps from the water.

A Florida RV Resort with All the Amenities You Need

When it comes to amenities, Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort and Camper’s Village is well equipped. Out of the essentials? The on-site convenience store offers dairy and snack foods, adult beverages, fresh coffee, gifts and souvenirs, fishing and beach items, RV supplies, and more.

Need clean clothes? The resort has two laundry facilities with televisions and counter space to fold. Washers and dryers are coin-operated, so be sure to bring some change on your trip.

The resort also features three full-service bath houses, ideal for those with smaller campers that don’t have bathroom facilities.