Disgusting!!! Dirt streets with holes and flooding. The worst mobile homes I have ever seen in my life. Anything goes because what a mess. I am warning anyone that believes the 4 and 5 star reviews. This is a one star. The only value is the beach access but not worth it.
Been here for the last 6 yrs & will continue for the reasons we come. We only come because the beach is pet friendly, owner sites that are kept up by the owners & to meet new campers & enjoy the beach. If you are coming for the “RESORT”, the hot tub hasn’t worked last 3 yrs, security is non existent this trip, maint. Is almost non existent & if you have a golf cart or electric bike, bring it on!!! You might even be able to go faster than the few workers go on theirs. You don’t have to be an owner AND disabled as stated in the rules, Ride on thru-out the “RESORT”they don’t care. It started going down hill 4 yrs ago, not Covid related. As we were hooking up to stay for the week, we had issues with an electric outlet not working. Guy came by & said he would get it fixed. As of checkout a week later, never was fixed. We like this place, but we once loved it. I did want to play the Bingo that they had on the board for Saturday @ 7pm (see pic)☹️. But if you are looking for a “RESORT”, better look elsewhere. If you want a nice beach where you can take your dog & not looking for anything extra, this place is perfect. Also, both pools had issues where they were not heated.…
Rented a park model, Door locks broke, could not lock up the place, Kitchen silverware was rusted, dishes had dried food, pillow's were so dirty could not use, towels LOOKED LIKE THEY HAD URIN STAINS, pool and jacuzzi closed When we called the front office to complain, we were just ignored . This is a filthy place, I hope the health dept. reads this and does an inspection. Run you are better off sleeping on the street
My husband and I had just purchased a travel trailer and we were taking it on a test trip to work out some details in RV travel. The front desk staff was unbelievably nice and knowledgeable. They were very understanding of our rookie status and gave us a spot easy to park in. Every site has a covered deck with a picnic table. The bathrooms and showers are modern and spotless. Easy check-in, easy checkout. They have an RV route to help you maneuver through the campground. We will definitely be back for a real vacation when we can stay longer.
Come for the ocean, but the campground leaves much to be desired. Roads are sand and extremely narrow with many potholes (when we arrived they were filled with water). Sites are close together and it felt claustrophobic and outdated. We expected something nicer for $102 per night. Will skip this one next time.
We arrived late and the office was closed, but all of our information was left for us in a neatly prepared envelope. We were given our key-card and a map detailing where to go to set up. The next morning we spoke to staff and they were all very friendly and warm. The view of the sunrise was perfection and the surroundings were clean, neat, and well-taken care of. It was chilly during the time we were there, but are looking forward to coming back and enjoying more of the beach.
Here with our RV and thrilled, this place is well run and friendly staff makes you feel welcome. The views are amazing as well as the beach. Congrats to the owners of this Resort you have gained us as repeat guests. Keep up the excellent work (clean, everything working, landscaping, etc)
We have been coming to Bryn Mawr for years, the kids always loved it because they have a pool and the ocean. There are two pools one for families and one for adults. It has not changed much through the years other than a lot of full time trailers. We try to get down close to the ocean where there are less of them. The beach is the biggest draw for this park, they have 4 boardwalks with beautiful sand dunes between the campground and the ocean. We have saw a variety of small animals in the dunes so have the kids look for them. Most of the campsites have raised decks so you can see beyond dunes which is nice, it gets you off the ground and out of the water if it’s raining. It’s just about 5 miles to the fort and old St Augustine and the lighthouse is even closer. There is a Publix and a Winn Dixie just down the road, and a lot of restaurants to choose from. Our kids are grown now but we will keep coming back to Bryn Mawr. …
Has its pros and cons, but the ocean access “forgives” many of the cons. Beautiful beach is huge accessible via four wooden walkways across the dunes. No road to cross. Sites themselves vary from large with elevated and covered deck, to narrow and stacked in. Try to stay as close to the beach as possible for best sites. However, the ocean cannot be seen directly from any sites as the dunes block the view. Inner roads are narrow. Long units should pay for a drive through as back ins (except the most expensive ones closest to the dunes) would be very tight. Nice pool , okay cable, weak WiFi. Many long timers, but none look hoarded. We will return - for the great ocean access.
Very nicely located but don’t come here if you want relaxation...the park is loaded with people working on their camps. Sanding, drilling, hammering sawing all day long. Monday thru Friday I could tolerate but even Sunday mornings! The camps are on top of each other with very little privacy. The proximity to downtown St Augustine is great but I would never come back or recommend!