Sun Outdoors St. Augustine

1505 St Rd 207, St. Augustine, FL 32086

877-394-6577

888-886-2477

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GPS: 29.8516,-81.3589

Sun Outdoors St. Augustine is located at 1505 St Rd 207, St. Augustine, Florida 32086 with a total of 105 campsites. Before your trip to Sun Outdoors St. Augustine, check out website at https://www.sunoutdoors.com/florida/sun-outdoors-st-augustine or contact them through 877-394-6577 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

29.8516, -81.3589

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 29.8516, -81.3589

Overview of Sun Outdoors St. Augustine


Last Price Paid: $58

Reported by Kent on 05.11.2021

Longest RV Reported: 39 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

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Number of Sites:

105

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60 ft

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  • Nice, Close to beach

    Reviewed 11/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 78

    We stayed here for three nights visiting our grandchildren at the beach. The staff was very friendly and the park was clean. our site was one of the smaller ones with gravel and it was fairly level. It was not to close on one side and with woods on the off door side. The other sites were pretty close together. The bathhouse was clean ...more We stayed here for three nights visiting our grandchildren at the beach. The staff was very friendly and the park was clean. our site was one of the smaller ones with gravel and it was fairly level. It was not to close on one side and with woods on the off door side. The other sites were pretty close together. The bathhouse was clean and close. We did use the pool but it looked nice.

  • Great location but expensive.

    Reviewed 7/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $69

    Days stayed: 28

    Site number: 133

    We stayed here as a splurge after visiting FL state parks for the last couple months. We stayed in the newer Oasis section that has level, well spaced paver brick sites. It is farthest from the road so very quiet but also a long walk to the pool, office and clubhouse. Nice laundry is close by though. I’m not convinced that the extra $2...moreWe stayed here as a splurge after visiting FL state parks for the last couple months. We stayed in the newer Oasis section that has level, well spaced paver brick sites. It is farthest from the road so very quiet but also a long walk to the pool, office and clubhouse. Nice laundry is close by though. I’m not convinced that the extra $200/mo for this section was worth it as the rest of the park had nice sites too. Workers keep the park extremely clean and everyone was friendly. WiFi would have cost extra. Lots of OTA and cable channels to pick from. About 15 min to St Augustine old town and stores and a bit longer to multiple beaches.

  • Exceeded Expectations

    Reviewed 3/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $62

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 126

    Compass RV Resort was easy to get to. We followed the campground instructions versus our GPS. Check in was a breeze as they came out to our rig and gave us a good rundown on the CG then escorted us to site 126 in the newer Oasis area. This site had FHUs that were smartly placed midway down along the stone paver pad. Back-in was a breez...moreCompass RV Resort was easy to get to. We followed the campground instructions versus our GPS. Check in was a breeze as they came out to our rig and gave us a good rundown on the CG then escorted us to site 126 in the newer Oasis area. This site had FHUs that were smartly placed midway down along the stone paver pad. Back-in was a breeze. We were glad we paid the fee to reserve a specific site as this site was probably one of the very best and most spacious in the CG. Our site had more front area lawn plus bushes that separated us from the next site. We also had to pay $3 per night for our 2 pups. The pull through sites were quite close to each other where the back in sites provided more room, this was especially true near the front of the CG. This was a large CG that was fairly full throughout our 6 nights stay but surprisingly quiet. You could hear some road noise but it was not too bad. We were in the far back of the CG but if you were more towards the office/entry you would have a lot more road noise. Their cable worked well plus there were multiple OTA channels. Some people had their satellite dishes out too. Most sites in the Oasis area would support satellite, as well as the pull through sites near the middle of the park. The older sites near the entrance had many more trees. We were surprised that we only got 2 bars on Verizon. The CG WiFi worked OK and we had a repeater next to our site. You could upgrade to faster CG internet for a fee, but we did not use this service. The CG has ice, firewood, and propane for sale. There was a small fenced dog park next to the shower, laundry and exercise facility in the Oasis section. Near the entrance there was a larger fenced dog park (about an acre) with a smaller fenced area within the dog park. St. Augustine’s historic, shopping, and restaurant area is stupid busy Friday - Sunday. Parking is limited in general and tougher for a dually. Best time to visit is during the week.

  • A lot of good but some negatives to consider

    Reviewed 13/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $85

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 155

    We booked a 7 night stay at Compass RV Park during Thanksgiving week. The rate reflects 7 night discount, paver (premium) site, $30 fee to reserve specific site, and $5/day extra charge for our adult daughter who came with us.Check in was easy. They called ahead to charge remaining balance on reservation. We were guided to the s...moreWe booked a 7 night stay at Compass RV Park during Thanksgiving week. The rate reflects 7 night discount, paver (premium) site, $30 fee to reserve specific site, and $5/day extra charge for our adult daughter who came with us.Check in was easy. They called ahead to charge remaining balance on reservation. We were guided to the site and given a gate pass for entry during the rest of our stay.The good: The paver site area is beautiful. Nice landscaping, a little dog park, a fitness center, and a feeling of being in a separate campground from the unrenovated sites. There are quite a few "buddy" sites which got heavy use which ended up being a negative.In addition to the little dog park in the paver site area, there is a HUGE dog park near the front of the park. It had agility tunnels, shade, etc. Our dog LOVED it.There was a heated pool, ping pong table, cornhole, playground, etc. In addition, the resort had a scavenger hunt for kids that was very well done and gave them a prize for completing it.The location was only about 4.5 miles from Old Town St. Augustine, so very convenient. A Dollar General was near the entrance if you need milk, etc. A Publix was being built close by.The bad: It felt like being in a giant tailgate party much of the time. A large number of people had outdoor TVs and radios playing loudly all day long and into the night. There didn't really seem to be a quiet hour. Many of the people stayed at the campsites all day and night drinking/smoking/being loud/etc. and the noise was multiplied due to the buddy sites. Many of the people we met said they were from close by, so maybe it was unique to it being Thanksgiving week and them just wanting to have a big party.There were a number of RVs in the unimproved area with tarps on them and people camping in cargo trailers, etc. It was separate from the paver area, but for $85/night, seemed more unsightly than expected. The unimproved area was very tightly packed with RVs.Verizon had a reasonable signal, but poor to fair bandwidth with a cell booster. Good enough for email, etc., but not for a video call most of the time.

  • Kid friendly, conveniently located

    Reviewed 25/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $63

    Days stayed: 3

    The amenities were great. Nice playground and entertainment area for the kids. Clean bathrooms and large laundry facilities. The only thing I didn’t like is the proximity to the neighbors and the park was quite overcrowded. Our camper was filled with smoke the entire night from all the campfires. That made it very difficult for me.

  • Friendly and well kept.

    Reviewed 21/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 17

    This was our first camping trip. Everyone was helpful and friendly. We have 3 kids and were pleased with how friendly everyone was with our kids. All the facilities were clean and well kept. It was a little cool for the pool but it looked lovely. You do hear some highway noise at night but nothing that bothered us.

  • Beautiful, peaceful, clean

    Reviewed 30/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 59

    This campground was absolutely perfect. It was about 15 minutes away from the main town and attractions. When you first arrive they gave us this little blue bag with hand sanitizers and wipes to keep as clean as possible. The site was clean and we felt very safe. The attendants were always driving around and seeing if anyone needed as...moreThis campground was absolutely perfect. It was about 15 minutes away from the main town and attractions. When you first arrive they gave us this little blue bag with hand sanitizers and wipes to keep as clean as possible. The site was clean and we felt very safe. The attendants were always driving around and seeing if anyone needed assistance. Got my propane tanked filled for $20. Not bad! We walked the path and around the lake. We played a little of ping pong. They had Friday night music and movies for the kids. Never got to go to the pool because of inclement weather. The beach was about 20 min away and it was gorgeous! Great place to stay!

  • Must be recently renovated!

    Reviewed 6/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 21

    My family and I spent three nights here while visiting our eldest daughter. The roads are all paved, the bathrooms were very nice, and every site I saw had large paved patios with fire pit. The pool was wonderful and we enjoyed the outdoor ping pong and cornhole. Drainage was not a problem at all and we experienced a very heavy rain wh...moreMy family and I spent three nights here while visiting our eldest daughter. The roads are all paved, the bathrooms were very nice, and every site I saw had large paved patios with fire pit. The pool was wonderful and we enjoyed the outdoor ping pong and cornhole. Drainage was not a problem at all and we experienced a very heavy rain while staying there. The employees were all extremely helpful and friendly. The Dollar General right outside the gate was very convenient! There was some road noise but it wasn’t overwhelming and was less farther back from the entrance.

  • Great buddy sites!

    Reviewed 13/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 122

    Wow! What a great buddy site! We were way in the back in the newer section. All these sites have brick pavers. They are long, wide and fairly level. Lots of space in the buddy sites. Each site comes with a picnic table and above ground fire pit. The park is nicely landscaped with palms trees and other plants. The older, front section s...moreWow! What a great buddy site! We were way in the back in the newer section. All these sites have brick pavers. They are long, wide and fairly level. Lots of space in the buddy sites. Each site comes with a picnic table and above ground fire pit. The park is nicely landscaped with palms trees and other plants. The older, front section sites have white gravel and sand. Some come with concrete patios. Staff is very nice on the phone and in person. They guide you to your site. Directv did not work in our site due to trees but they have cable. WII FI was so so. We used our hot spot a lot. The pool looked clean and inviting although we didn’t use it. They pick up trash at your site, and they are pretty darn prompt about it. Couple of warnings. Tree parts tend to fall during storms – one limb even punctured someone’s door awning. Also, something from the trees left a brown color on the roof so when it rained it dripped brown down the side of the RV. Luckily, it easily washed off. Some road noise but it was mostly quiet at night. Convenient to St Augustine and about an hour from Jacksonville. We would stay again if in the area.

  • Beautiful Campground, Good Location

    Reviewed 20/5/2020

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    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 75

    People were very nice at this campground, and it's beautiful with all the trees. Our site was gravel and level. It's a big campground and very convenient to St. Augustine. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Very Nice

    Reviewed 17/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $27

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 49

    Campground has many upgrades and amenities. Greeted with ice cream social when I arrived.Love the dog park with many doggy bag stations through out the park.Enjoyed the shuttle pick up to Saint Augustine so no worries about unhitching.

  • One of the best RV Resorts, in Saint Augustine

    Reviewed 3/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $68

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 72

    Sometimes, I hate to write such a good review for fear, everyone will start staying there and I won't be able to get a reservation. Well, this is one of those places. This is one of the best RV Resorts, in Saint Augustine. And the only reason I did not give it 5 stars is it does not have a restaurant/bar on the complex, and half of th...moreSometimes, I hate to write such a good review for fear, everyone will start staying there and I won't be able to get a reservation. Well, this is one of those places. This is one of the best RV Resorts, in Saint Augustine. And the only reason I did not give it 5 stars is it does not have a restaurant/bar on the complex, and half of the sites, have not been updated.Everything about the updated part of this RV Park is totally top shelf. From the concrete pads, to the new restroom, and pool area, even the cable tv channel selection is fantastic. Saturday night live entertainment, ice cream socials on Sunday afternoon, Saturday morning breakfast, and the overall resort atmosphere, makes this RV Resort, a must return. There is still an older section of the park that is in the process of being updated. These sites are smaller, some are unleveled, and the showers have not updated yet. Those staying at a discounted reduced rate, or those reserving a standard campsite, may be staying in one of these campsites that have not been updated. Keep in mind Sun Resorts, the new owners, are updated the park quickly, and I suspect, the update will be done before the end of the year.

  • Wasn’t Impressed

    Reviewed 26/10/2017

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 3

    Most recent stay was 05-24-17 thru 05-25-17 - I'm "late" in posting my review ~ We camp in a "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our ...moreMost recent stay was 05-24-17 thru 05-25-17 - I'm "late" in posting my review ~ We camp in a "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that areaWe did get close to the restroom/showers as requested; they were clean and tidy and ok - checkout my photos. Wish they had paper towels for use to clean up area around the sinks after use - very messy and no shelves or hooks nearby to hang towels or your toiletries stuff. Showers had floor mats when you dried off; so a + cuz you didn't have to stand on wet floor when toweling dry; hooks for your towels and clothes, so overall good thing there. Not impressed with our site #3 maybe cuz we were in the "outdated" section of the grounds. The grounds were in need of cosmetic fix up although owner commented they were remodeling and building a new swim pool and restroom/shower building . It rained and our site had no gravel to absorb water. Instead the covering was a white crushed seashell type mixture that stuck to the bottom of your shoes and you constantly dragged it in the RV; even had a camper mat outside but it didn't help much; terrible old picnic table. It just wasn’t a pleasing atmosphere albeit the site was spacious and wide. I would still not return but find an alternative next time or ask about the newer renovated section of the park.

  • For a commercial campground, it was pretty good....

    Reviewed 31/1/2017

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    Nightly rate: $43

    Days stayed: 14

    As a general rule, we try to avoid commercial campgrounds because they tend to be packed in. This campground is definitely a "parking lot" type facility, but it is one of the nicer ones we've been in. We were upgraded to a premium site because the site we had booked was being redesigned. So we ended up paying around $43 per night fo...moreAs a general rule, we try to avoid commercial campgrounds because they tend to be packed in. This campground is definitely a "parking lot" type facility, but it is one of the nicer ones we've been in. We were upgraded to a premium site because the site we had booked was being redesigned. So we ended up paying around $43 per night for a $60 site. The site was on a concrete pad and the hook ups were good, but we were right on top of our neighbors. If I were to stay again, I would just go for a regular site. The additional money isn't worth it since you don't get all that much extra space. They are working very hard to upgrade the place and it's really a nice park. They had some live music certain nights while we were there, there's apparently a stop for the hop on/hop off trolley tour, there are some walking trails in the back for walking the dog, the laundry facilities were pristine, and the park is located right down the street from downtown St. Augustine. Everyone we dealt with was very nice and helpful.If we're back in the area, we'd definitely consider staying there again.

  • Reviewed 10/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 70

    This is a quiet campground conveniently located near St. Augustine. The sites are relatively close together, but most are woodsy and flat. We loved #70, right by the pond. The new owners are committed to upgrading the park, and it shows.

  • Ok place

    Reviewed 5/6/2015

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 38.65

    Nice enough place and certainly a great place to stay while touring St. Augustine. Good Wi-Fi, power and water. I would say 99% of the sites are pretty darn level. There are places to walk your dog, but no dog run. The lower section is best to stay at to have least road noise, but you will still have some and it's pretty much a field ....moreNice enough place and certainly a great place to stay while touring St. Augustine. Good Wi-Fi, power and water. I would say 99% of the sites are pretty darn level. There are places to walk your dog, but no dog run. The lower section is best to stay at to have least road noise, but you will still have some and it's pretty much a field . Pretty easy to and from the freeway. Interior roads are not perfect by far, but not bad. I wouldn't call them good bike riding roads. Sites are ok size. We would rate it higher, but there is no separation between sites by shrubs or any vegetation which we like.

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