Anastasia State Park RV & Campground Guide


The Anastasia State Park is made up of more than 1,600 acres of beaches, marshes, and sand dunes. It’s teeming with wildlife and visitors can watch the roseate spoonbills wading along the shore, see osprey and eagles soaring above, and find painted buntings and warblers flying about the forests. 

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Spring 74-84 F
Summer 88-91 F
Fall 75-87 F
Winter 67-69 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Anastasia State Park

The RV campgrounds at Anastasia State Park have electricity and dump stations and are pet-friendly. If you do choose to use an RV, consider renting one from RVshare.com, where you can find the perfect vehicle for your trip, at a price that suits you. All rentals come with nationwide insurance, 24/7 roadside assistance, and a world-class team dedicated to helping you succeed. You can rent an RV at your home and drive it to the park, or if you’d prefer, you can fly to Florida and then rent an RV there to head to the park. 

Compass RV Resort

Take a trip to Old Florida and stay in one of the best RV parks in St. Augustine! Compass has three sections, The Grove, The Pond, and The Oasis, and each delivers a different experience at the campground. 

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wifi: yes

  • Pet-friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: pool, laundry, showers, dog park, laundry, nature trail

St. Augustine KOA

You're in a great spot to explore the historic city of St. Augustine from this campground on Anastasia Island. Visit the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park (known as the site where Ponce de Leon landed in 1513), the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum and the Lightner Museum. There’s great fishing nearby as well. 

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wifi: yes

  • Pet-friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: pool, showers, laundry​​, fishing, tour shuttle

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What to Do at
Anastasia State Park

Inside Anastasia State Park

There’s plenty to do as you explore the maritime forests and shores of Anastasia State Park. Go fishing, spot local birds, or do some surfing in the water. Activities in the park include:

Birding: Thanks to a variety of habitats, there is also a variety of birds that live in the park. It’s one of the most important areas for beach-nesting birds on the eastern coast of Florida. It’s also along the eastern coastal flyway for migrating birds, so many of them stop off to eat and rest in the park before continuing their journey. The park is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. 

Visit the Old Spanish Quarries: The Spanish Coquina Quarries in the park are the primary source of coquina, a variation of limestone that’s made up of sand and mollusk shells. The famous Castillo de San Marcos and other buildings in the Spanish colonial town of St. Augustine were made from coquina. The quarries are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

Paddling: There are canoe and kayak launches in the park, and Anastasia Water Sports rents paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, and sail boats. 

Geo-seeking: Many Florida parks have geocaches for visitors to find. Get off the beaten path and hunt for some treasures. 

Surfing: You can surf along the shores of the park as well, and get a closer look at the park’s water wildlife. 

Outside Anastasia State Park

The nearby beach town of St. Augustine has a rich history, and offers many things to do. From visiting historic sites to upscale shopping to grabbing a tasty bite to eat, you’re sure to find something to do in this beautiful seaside place!


Of course, this region is known for its seafood! Try some...or another delicious dish after a long day hiking and swimming.

Catch 27

This fresh-catch seafood restaurant is known for its great food and atmosphere. They serve fish, shrimp, and clams caught in Florida waters, and their fish selection can include snapper, sheepshead, mahi mahi, triggerfish, flounder, and black drum.

Type: Seafood

Location: St. Augustine, FL

O’Steen’s Restaurant

A St. Augustine fixture for more than 50 years, O’Steen’s serves fresh seafood and daily specials with homestyle sides and fresh veggies. They’re a favorite of locals as well as tourists, and they’re well-known for their fried shrimp and seafood with a southern twist. Take note - they are a cash-only restaurant.

Type: Casual seafood

Location: St. Augustine

Back 40 Urban Cafe

An eclectic mix of Tex-Mex, vegetarian, and Caribbean food, the Back 40 Urban Cafe is in a house built in 1897. Meals are large portions, and all the dressings and salsa are homemade, along with the desserts.

Type: Cafe

Location: St. Augustine, FL


Market to Market

The retail store for Tierra Fina pottery - lead-free pottery for the home and garden. They have Spanish Majolica, Mexican Talavera, Portuguese Pottery, and hand painted house numbers and other home accents. Browse the brightly colored flower pots, pitchers, bowls, plates, and other accessories and bring home a unique souvenir that perfectly captures the spirit of St. Augustine!

Location: St. Augustine, FL


Castillo de San Marcos

Built from coquina mined at the quarries at Anastasia State Park, the Castillo is a symbol of the clashes between cultures that eventually resulted in the United States. The Castillo de San Marcos is unique in North American architecture and is a prime example of the "bastion system," where diamond-shaped formations are added to fort walls. Prices are $15 for adults, children are free.

Location: St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm began over 100 years ago as a collection of Florida reptiles, and has expanded so that now, it’s a modern, accredited zoo. Visitors can zipline across the Alligator Lagoon, take in a wildlife show, and see every living species of crocodilian (the only place in the world you can do that)! Prices are $26.99 for adults and $15.99 for kids.

Location: St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

Climb the 219 steps up the historic lighthouse to see a panoramic view of St. Augustine, the oldest continually occupied European port city in the continental U.S. Take a docent-led guided tour and see artifacts from historic shipwrecks, or view exhibits on ship modeling, Heritage Boat Building, and other interactive exhibits to learn more about life on the sea. Prices are $12.95 for adults and $10.95 for kids. St. Augustine, FL

Location: St. Augustine, FL

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How to Get to
Anastasia State Park

From St. Augustine, take the AiA Scenie and Historic Coastal Byway/San Marco Ave. Pass by the Sleep Inn and turn left onto Anastasia Park Rd. 

Entering Anastasia State Park

Like most state parks there is a fee to enter Anastasia State Park

Anastasia State Park Per Vehicle : $8.0

A trip to Anastasia State Park is sure to be one you and your family will remember for a long time. Whether you go birding, hiking, surfing, or choose to explore the historic quarries...there’s sure to be an activity for everyone! While you’re out and about, don’t forget to tag us in your social media posts or send us a photo and some details at [email protected]vshare.com. We may just feature your story on our blog or social media channels. Happy camping!

Frequently Asked Questions About Anastasia State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Anastasia State Park?

Spring is the best time to visit Anastasia State Park when the temperatures are not overwhelming and the vegetation is blooming. Winters here are also mild if you need to escape the cold.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Anastasia State Park?

You'll see a large variety of wading birds as they look for food along Salt Run. Keep an eye out for roseate spoonbills, osprey, eagles, painted buntings, and warblers. The estuarine tidal marsh brings dolphins, manatees, sea turtles, and crabs.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Anastasia State Park?

There are 139 sites camping sites available at Anastasia State Park that you can reserve on the website. Sites are available for use with RV or tent, or there are sites designated exclusively for tents.

Are pets allowed at Anastasia State Park?

Anastasia State Park allows pets, but they must be kept on a hand-held leash that is 6 feet long or shorter. They must be well-behaved, and you will need to clean up their droppings.

Is Anastasia State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Anastasia State Park has wonderful accessibility amenities for visitors who are disabled. These include elevated boardwalks to the beach, a Mobi-Mat, and free beach wheelchairs.