1520 S.R. 40 Astor, FL 32102

Enjoy camping in one of our shady camp sites located just 1/4 mile from the beautiful St. John's River which features some of the best bass fishing in Lake County, Florida and the World, earning it the title as the Bass Capital of the World. Located in the wonderful river community of Astor, Florida. Full hook-ups for recreational vehicles or pitch a tent! Our campground has daily, weekly or monthly rates available. There is a Recreation Room with Games, A Laundromat & Clean Showers. Just Minutes Away from Boating, Shopping, Dining & the Ocean!

Our large and shady campsites can accommodate the largest motor homes or trailers down to the smallest tents. Full hookup sites include water, sewer and electric. We also encourage campfires for that down home family atmosphere. Several campsites have open grills and fire rings. We have paved driveways to all the RV sites.

We offer 4 different sized new cabins.  Small sleeps up to 4 guests.  Medium sleeps up to 6 guests.  Large sleeps up to 6 guests.  Extra Large sleeps up to 9 guests.  
The Cabins all have full bathrooms, complete kitchens including coffee pots, microwaves, dishes and pots and pans.  They have heat and air conditioners, cable T. V.  The Cabins are located in a beautiful rustic setting surrounded by large oak trees and plenty of wildlife.  There are screen porches, fire rings, and bbq grills to enjoy the beautiful Florida weather.

Hwy 40, 35 mi. W of Daytona Beach.

Amenities: Campfires Permitted, Dump Station, Grills, ADA Compliant, Ice, Laundry, Pay Phones, Pets on Leash, Picnic Area, Propane Sales, Pull Thru Sites, Rec Hall/Clubhouse, Showers, Tables, Tenters Welcome, RVs permitted Hookups Available: Cable TV Hookup, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Full Hookups

Cabin Rental, Trailer Rental

Horseshoes, Playground, Shuffleboard Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Pets on Leash

All information about this park is subject to change. Please call them for inquiries or visit their website at www.stjohnsrivercampground.com

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