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Discover St. Augustine, FL


Founded in September of 1565, over 200 years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence, St. Augustine stands as this country’s oldest continuously-occupied city. It’s a place rich in history. On Matanzas Bay, you’ll still find the Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest fort in the United States, and the trails around the city offer a taste of old Florida; it’s a wild, forested world that’s never been truly tamed. When you book an RV in St. John’s County, you’ll get a unique chance to explore the beaches, rivers and woodlands of northeastern Florida. Find your St. Augustine RV rental today and experience history like never before.


The Great Outdoors


The most accessible outdoorsy destination for the St. Augustine camper rental would likely be the beach. This city was built along the coast, and it actually has over 40 miles of lovely beaches. You’re renting an RV in Florida. Don’t miss out on the beach! And if you’ve had your fill of St. Augustine beaches, or you’re looking for warmer, more secluded areas farther south, A1A will take you all the way down the coast. Crescent Beach and the Palm Coast are both under 30 miles away, and Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach are both only about an hour out.


If you’re looking for more of a wilderness experience, Anastasia Island is just minutes from St. Augustine’s downtown. There, you’ll find an estuarine tidal marsh with tons of plant and animal life, as well as a trail running out through the hammock and onto the sand dunes. Here you can camp, swim, hike, and surf. Another great area to check out is Fort Mose, the first legally-sanctioned free African American settlement. In addition to its historic sites, Fort Mose also offers great bird watching opportunities. Keep an eye out for bald eagles, great blue herons, and white ibises.


Other nice areas include the Matanzas State Forest and the Twelve Mile Swamp Conservation Area. If you’re going hiking and are not familiar with the area, please note that Florida weather is often pretty temperamental, especially during the summer months. Afternoon thunderstorms are very common, and they typically last anywhere from a few minutes to a couple hours. Don’t worry too much if you see “Scattered Thunderstorms” on the forecast for the days you planned your St. Augustine rental motorhome, just be prepared to hunker down for a little while to wait the storm out.


RV Parks


There are quite a few RV parks in the St. Augustine area. Nearby, you’ll find Compass RV Resort, which, in addition to full hookups, comes with a dog park, swimming pool, and fitness center. There’s also Stagecoach RV Park, which is both close to I-95 and within easy walking distance of an outlet mall and several restaurants. If you’re looking for more of a beach experience on the other hand, try out Bryn Mawr Ocean Resort, North Beach Camp Resort, or Anastasia Island State Park Campground.


If you’re considering exploring even more of Florida with the St. Augustine travel trailer rental, note that Jacksonville is just 35 miles away from St. Augustine, and you can get to Gainesville in about an hour and a half.


Exploring the City


St. Augustine is a magnificent city, and you’ll never be at a loss for things to learn and do. No St. Augustine vacation would be complete, for instance, without a trip to the Fort San Marcos. This sits in a quiet area of the city, looking out over Matanzas Bay. It was built by the Spanish way back in the 1600s to protect the city from rival British troops. When the Europeans set out to build forts in Florida, though, they faced a serious dilemma as there was no stone to be found anywhere in the area. Their workaround for this came in the form of coquina, an extremely hard, stone-like material made from compacted seashells. It actually turned out to be a miracle material at the Castillo de San Marcos; ships’ cannon balls simply bounced off its massive, 14-feet-thick walls. The fort stood strong against the British for years, although it was eventually taken. It later stood as a stronghold for both the United States and the Confederacy.


If you’re still looking for more history in this area, head the St. Augustine RV rental over to the Old Jail, where you can learn more about the conditions of Florida inmates during the late 19th century. This is also a stop on a couple of this city’s famous ghost tours. To hear the tour guides tell it, St. Augustine is one of the most haunted cities in the entire country. Another fun historic stop is the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park. This museum celebrates conquistador Juan Ponce de Leon’s exhaustive effort to find this mythic fountain in Florida. You can even try some of the famous water yourself. Who knows. It just might work!


St. Augustine also offers a huge number of museums. The Lightner Museum, for instance, is housed in the former Alcazar Hotel, built by railroad tycoon Henry Flagler. It has a massive collection of 19th-century American art across all types of visual media, as well as a couple more eccentric highlights. These include a mummy, shrunken heads, cigar labels, and art made from human hair. Intrigued? For more experiences in the extraordinary, check out St. Augustine’s Ripley’s Believe it or Not!, a museum dedicated to unusual artifacts and trivia from all around the world. Other fun museums include the Old Florida Museum, an inexpensive yet high-quality and family-friendly look at Florida in the 1800s, and Potter’s Wax Museum.


Getting around the city is often a bit of a challenge on foot, especially during the heat of the summer. A St. Augustine motorhome rental will most definitely help with that. While finding parking might be a bit of a challenge, there are usually a couple free parking spots in the suburbs around the city.

RV Rentals in St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in St. Augustine. Outdoorsy's St. Augustine RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to St. Augustine are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, and Canaveral National Seashore.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Wekiwa Springs Loop Trail Apopka Florida
Black Bear Wilderness Area Trail Sanford Florida
La Chua Trail Micanopy Florida
Belleview-Santos Trailhead Ocala Florida
Hanna Park South Trail Jacksonville Florida
Julington Durbin Creek Preserve Jacksonville Florida
Guana River State Park Loop Trail Ponte Vedra Florida
Little-Big Econ State Forest Geneva Florida
Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens Jacksonville Florida
Little Talbot Island Hiking Trail Mayport Florida

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Rest Stop

Rest Area St Johns, FL 32259
Northbound, 56 truck parking spaces, 16 bus/RV spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Security, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins (R)

Rick Bakers RV

327 N Orange Ave Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Keystone (SR) (D)

Camping World RV Sales - Jacksonville

9012 Beach Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32216
Dutchmen, Keystone, Certified Techs (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Hastings, FL 32145
Southbound, 36 Truck Parking Spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Security, Recycling Bins, Pay Phone (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Hastings, FL 32145
Northbound, 40 truck parking spaces, Separate RVs and cars with trailers area, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Security, Recycling Bins, Pay Phones (R)

RV Having Fun

807 N. State St. Bunnell, FL 32110
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Rivers Bus & RV Sales

10626 General Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32220
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Holiday Rambler, Tiffin, Workhorse, Certified Techs (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB St Johns, FL 32259
Southbound, 40 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Security, ATM, Recycling Bins (R)

Atlantic Mobile RV Service

Mobile Only. Do not visit this location. Please Call Flagler Beach, FL 32136
(SR)

Atlantic Mobile RV Service

PO Box 1291. Mobile. Please call. Flagler Beach, FL 32136
(SR)

Nearby Campgrounds

Alhambra Theatre and Dining

attraction Jacksonville, FL
Live dinner theatre doesn't get much better than this. Alhambra, the country's oldest dinner theater that has been operated continually, is rich and history. One of its first notable performances Barefoot in the Park in the late 1960s. You won't find another resident theater between Miami and Atlanta. For theater buffs, no visit to Northeast Florida would be complete without a stop at Alhambra.

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

attraction Jacksonville, FL
Home to The Poles, north Florida's top surfing spot, Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park is a one-stop shop for fun on the water. With 1.5 miles of beach and a 60-acre lake for paddling and fishing, it's a water lover's dream. Don't forget the bikes and hiking boots, either, because the park has 20 miles of trails to explore. Kathryn Abbey Hanna even has places to camp for both tents and RVs and has facilities at adjacent Dolphin Plaza, which is a popular venue for weddings and other events.

Bulow RV Resort

campground Flagler Beach, FL
Imagine spending a vacation nestled in your RV with the sound of ocean waves hitting the coast as you fall asleep at night. If this sounds like your idea of the perfect camping trip, check out Bulow RV Resort in Palm Coast, Florida. This resort is loaded with activities for beach dwellers and offers guests a place they can really relax and unwind. This resort is paradise at its finest and is great for the whole family. At Bulow RV Resort, they offer hundreds of RV pull-throughs with full service hookups. There is an on site store as well as a bar and grill. You can retreat back to your oasis after exploring the coast for the day. While you are at the resort, you can kick back poolside sipping on your favorite cold beverage and enjoying all of the beautiful coastal beauty Florida has to offer.This area is also full of attractions and nature areas.

Adventure Landing

attraction Jacksonville, FL
Waterparks are a must when visiting Florida, and this one will not disappoint. With features for the entire family ? from a child's play section to miniature golf courses to alligator exhibits (and feeding!) and the wave pool ? Adventure Landing guarantees a full day of family fun. Also be sure to check out Pirate's Quest Laser Tag, which is a perfect adventure for all pirates young and young at heart.

Huguenot Memorial Park Campground

campground Jacksonville, FL
Huguenot Memorial Park provides some of the easiest and most accessible beach camping in the state. All primitive with no hookups make sure your RV rental has a generator and set out for this wonderful city managed park. The place to be on hot days book your stay in advance. The best choices are Class B or Class C rentals and travel trailers as the sites are smaller.

Flamingo Lake RV Resort

campground Jacksonville, FL
Nearly 300 full hookup RV campsites plus cabins and yurts and a gorgeous lakeside beach make Flamingo Lake RV Resort one of Jacksonville's most popular. A spring-fed swimming pool adds the finishing touch to a perfect Florida getaway. The onsite Sunrise Cafe at Flamingo Lake means visitors don't have to leave the campground for lunch or dinner. A very popular destination this is a great choice for your RV rental trip. With easy to access sites and all the entertainment and fun your family seeks right on site.

Little Talbot Island State Park

campground Jacksonville, FL
If an escape to natural Florida is in order, Little Talbot Island State Park is just the ticket. With more than five miles of white-sand beach, dunes and a many species of wildlife, this state park has everything a nature lover could need. Excellent fishing, paddling, hiking, surfing and wildlife viewing opportunities await visitors, who can choose from 40 campsites with electricity and fresh water. The campground has bathhouse and laundry facilities and a dump station for campers' convenience. One of the more amazing State Parks in Florida your RV rental will allow you to enjoy the beach or the river and some of the best mountain bike trails in the area.

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