Snow birders fly from the winter to Florida and a location where the mighty Atlantic Ocean kisses a golden shore. The setting for Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort is a sun lover’s paradise where RV’s can park up on the edge of the beach and get connected to electricity (30/50 amp) water with complimentary cable TV and wifi -- all for a daily rate of $46.67.
Drive onto an easy pull-through concrete/gravel pad and hear the waves rushing onto the shore. Tall, willowy palms sway in a summer breeze while campers head for the beach with their furry friends in tow. The resort has a pet-friendly stance and allows pooches to swim and play on-leash. Bring plenty of litter bags and pick up your dog's waste to ensure beautiful beaches and campgrounds like this remain open to four-legged pals. The resort asks that woofers display good doggy behavior and are reasonably quiet. Roads outside and within the resort are fairly busy, so keeping your pooch on a leash ensures their safety.
With no shade on the beach, it’s wise to bring a pop-up tent or umbrella. Florida temperatures can soar in the summer months, so keep fur-babies hydrated. Morning walks along the shore will be a real treat and a cooler time to let man's most loyal friend dance around the waves and feel the sand crunch under their paws.
Immaculate modern restrooms, showers, and a laundry earn campers' appreciation, while the resort store offers gifts, groceries, beach gear, and coffee most of the day. The star attraction is the beach and the captivating view that draws the crowds from far and near to revel in the sun, sea, and sand. If you prefer holiday accommodation with a homely appeal, there are seven fully furnished cabins available to rent.
Beverly Beach is an enchanting vacation town in Flagler County, where a 30-minute drive opens a world of summer fun. Have a pleasurable time at one of the snazzy restaurants overlooking the beach and enjoy a quieter beach town where the eternal Florida sun makes hiking and biking an everyday pursuit. Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park highlights the remnants of a sugar plantation from the 1800s with a mystical, 5-mile nature walk that is dog-friendly.
If you're planning a summer vacation at this super popular beachside resort, it's wise to book ahead as the allure of endless summer days causes RV sites to fill up quickly.