Tomoka State Park RV & Campground Guide


Experience the best of Florida’s natural beauty at Tomoka State Park. This recreation area sits next to the Halifax River, an intracoastal waterway that’s just 10 miles from the legendary Daytona Beach and four miles from Ormond Beach. Although the Atlantic Ocean is close by, Tomoka feels like a different world. Pull your RV into a campsite surrounded by lush tropical foliage, and spend your vacation boating and fishing for drum and trout on the Tomoka River’s intricate network of lagoons. A series of trails welcomes hikers and bikers, and all visitors can enjoy views of Florida’s abundant wildlife. Since this area is warm and balmy year-round, the park’s camping season never ends.

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Spring 60-75 F
Summer 70-85 F
Fall 65-80 F
Winter 50-70 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Tomoka State Park

Brave the Florida heat in comfort by bringing your RV on a camping trip to Tomoka State Park. If you’re looking to join the ranks of RV owners, why not test the waters with an RV rental? With RVshare, you can select from a wide variety of sizes and makes to find the right combination of space and amenities.

Tomoka State Park Campground

Tomoka State Park Campground is an exceptionally comfortable option for RV campers. Choose from 100 different sites, each equipped with hookups for water and electricity. Your private picnic table and grill make for easy outdoor dining on warm evenings. The campground has a dump station, laundry room, bathrooms, and hot showers, so you can clean up easily without spreading sand throughout your RV. Because of limited space, this campground allows motorhomes up to 34 feet long. Be sure to book well in advance, particularly if you want to come on a weekend or a holiday. Rates start at $24 per night, plus tax and a reservation fee.

Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort

Enjoy a luxurious getaway right next to the Atlantic Ocean at the Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort. In addition to its long stretch of white-sand beach, this beautiful RV park offers a variety of high-end amenities. Swim in the pool overlooking the sea, book a cabana for comfortable sunbathing, and enjoy leisurely walks through the lush grounds. Free Wi-Fi makes it easy to stay connected, and every site comes with full hookups. This park is family-friendly and welcomes pets. Rates vary; call for reservations.

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What to Do at
Tomoka State Park

Inside Tomoka State Park

Tomoka State Park is all about the wilderness. The best way to see it is from the river itself; you can launch a canoe, kayak, or motorboat from the park’s boat ramp and explore for hours. The Tomoka Outpost store in the park offers boat rentals, so you don’t need to worry about lugging your own. Bring your tackle box and cast off for the 90 different types of fish that live in the river; red drum and spotted sea trout are two common varieties. If you prefer to explore on land, walk the short, easy interpretive trail as it travels through a site that was once home to Nocoroco, an ancient Timucuan Indian village.

Outside Tomoka State Park

Tomoka State Park is tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and the Ocala National Forest. When you’re ready for a day trip, enjoy wild waves or the calm waters of Florida’s many inland lakes. The nearby coast is well-populated with a stretch of towns and cities, so restaurants and entertainment options are always a short drive away.



With its stunning embossed metal ceiling and upscale vibe, L'angolo is perfect for a romantic dinner. Here, every Italian dish is made from scratch, so you know that you’re getting the freshest flavors. Be sure to check out the excellent beer and wine list.

Type: Italian

Location: 1439 US-1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Betty's A1A Cafe

Dine with a view of the sea at Betty's A1A Cafe. Known for its friendly service and delicious homemade food, Betty’s makes you feel right at home.

Type: Seafood

Location: 1900 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32176

Sunrise Grill & Pizza

Open all day, Sunrise Grill & Pizza always has something delicious on the menu. Its breakfast selection is especially extensive; the lunch and dinner options range from pasta to homemade meatloaf.

Type: American, Pizza

Location: 1280 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32176

Rose Villa Southern Table and Bar

Sip a perfectly aged whiskey while you wait for your mac and cheese at Rose Villa Southern Table and Bar. Choose from a huge range of southern classics, including pot pie and shrimp and grits.

Type: Southern

Location: 43 W Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Wild Rabbit Bistro

Craving fresh ingredients and healthy fare? You’ll love the menu at Wild Rabbit Bistro; it offers a range of organic dishes, including acai bowls and non-GMO salads.

Type: American

Location: 48 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32176


Destination Daytona

If you’re interested in motorcycles, don’t miss a trip to Destination Daytona. This huge complex offers a slew of motorcycle-related stores; you can even rent a bike and go for a joy ride.

Location: 1635 N US-1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Fountain Square Shopping Village

With a collection of clothing stores, gift shops, spas, and restaurants, Fountain Square Shopping Village is a fun place to spend an afternoon.

Location: 142 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32176


Whether you’re doing a major grocery run or a quick top-up trip, Winn-Dixie is one of the most convenient options near Tomoka State Park. It’s just 5 miles away, so you can be there and back in no time.

Location: 353 W Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Hull's Seafood Market

Take your campfire dinner to the next level with a trip to Hull's Seafood Market. With a selection of incredibly fresh fish, this store has plenty to choose from.

Location: 111 W Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Granada Pier Bait & Tackle

Pick up all of the bait you need to fish in Tomoka State Park at Granada Pier Bait & Tackle, which is just a few minutes from the park entrance near the Granada Bridge.

Location: 1 S Beach St., Ormond Beach, FL 32174


Daytona Beach Boardwalk

Bring a bit of excitement to a day by the ocean at the Daytona Beach Boardwalk. It boasts an amusement park, gift shops, an arcade, and more, so you can bring the whole family. Check the calendar for concerts at the bandshell, and on hot days, walk down to the Daytona Lagoon water park to cool off. Plan a full day — this area is packed with restaurants and fun activities.

Location: Daytona Beach, Florida

Daytona International Speedway

Home to the Daytona 500, the Daytona International Speedway is one of the most famous race tracks in the country. The best way to experience the Speedway is to watch a race. If you’re there outside of the season, come for a tour of the facilities; you can also visit the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Museum.

Location: 1 Daytona Blvd., Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens

Find out about Florida’s history at Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens. This plantation, which was established in the early 1800s, once grew crops ranging from sugar cane to rice. After it was burned to the ground during the Second Seminole War and again during the Third Seminole War, it became a military headquarters during the Civil War. Today, you can examine the artifacts from the past and walk through the spectacular gardens.

Location: 950 Old Sugar Mill Rd., Port Orange, Florida 32129

Bulow Creek State Park

Walk under the live oak trees at Bulow Creek State Park, which is located just north of Tomoka State Park. With trees as old as 400 years, this park is a testament to Florida’s natural history. Explore the trail network; the Bulow Woods Trail makes an excellent day hike. It takes you to the ruins of the Bulow Plantation, which was destroyed during the Second Seminole War.

Location: 3351 Old Dixie Hwy., Ormond Beach FL 32174

Lake George Conservation Area

Get to know the inland forests and lakes in the Lake George Conservation Area. Hike or bike the trail network, watching out for the Florida black bear, bald eagles, and alligators that live in the area. If you look up, you’ll see the eagles’ nests in the trees; the region has an impressive concentration of these majestic birds.

Location: Crescent City, Florida

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How to Get to
Tomoka State Park

Tomoka State Park is easy to access from anywhere in Florida. From the north or the south, take Highway 1 or Interstate 95 to Destination Daytona and head east to the park. You can also take the A1A to Ormond Beach and get to the park on Beach Street. Coming from Ocala in the west, take FL-40 straight across to Ormond Beach.

Entering Tomoka State Park

Come to Tomoka State Park any day of the year; the gates open at 8 a.m. and close at sunset every day.

Tomoka State Park Per vehicle, one person : $4.0

Tomoka State Park Per vehicle, up to eight people : $5.0

Tomoka State Park Extra passenger, pedestrian, cyclist : $2.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Tomoka State Park

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

Visitors to Tomoka State Park have the opportunity to see many unique wildlife species. Awesome creatures like West Indian manatees, alligators, white-tailed deer, gopher tortoises, bobcats, and over 160 bird species live in the area.

What is the climate of Tomoka State Park?

Although it never gets exceptionally hot, Tomoka State Park has a consistently warm climate. Even during winter, the temperature is almost always above 50 degrees, and it frequently hovers in the 80s during summer.

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

For the most comfortable experience, the best time to visit Tomoka State Park is during the spring or autumn. However, if you don't mind the hot sun, the summer months are great for activities like boating and fishing.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Tomoka State Park?

The Tomoka State Park Campground offers 100 different RV camping sites. All of the peaceful campsites are equipped with water and electrical hookups, and guests have access to a great selection of amenities.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Tomoka State Park and what is the cost?

If you want to ensure a campsite, you should book in advance to stay at Tomoka State Park, especially for weekends and holidays. The rates for campsites start at $24 per night in addition to tax and a reservation fee.