Planning an RV trip to Daytona Beach soon? We’ve got all the travel advice you need! As a Daytona Beach RV dealership and repair shop located just 40 minutes from the sandy shores, we know Volusia County and all the best places to stay. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite selections for Daytona Beach RV parks, both in Daytona proper and in its surrounding beach towns.
The Best Daytona Beach RV Parks in Daytona and Beyond
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Sun Retreats Daytona Beach
Sun Outdoors RV parks are usually a great bet, and Sun Retreats Daytona Beach is no exception. If being less than 15 minutes from the beach isn’t enough, you’ll love the abundance of amenities at this park. Spend your days soaking up the sun by the park’s swimming pool, or head down the street to play in the surf. Great news: this RV park is pet-friendly! Bring your furry friends along to enjoy the wind and the waves alongside you.
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Encore Rose Bay
If you have a Thousand Trails membership, you’ll love this stop in Port Orange. Encore Rose Bay is a peaceful residential setting away from the tourist hustle and bustle on the beach. Not to worry, you’re still close enough to make spending the days on Daytona’s sandy beaches a reality. It’s the best of both worlds! This is a spacious RV park with 300 RV sites including space for Class A motorhomes and full hookups with both 30 and 50 amp. There are also plenty of amenities for you to enjoy, including a club house and game room that offers bingo, arts and crafts, and cards as well as outdoor shuffleboard and swimming facilities. This is another one of our Daytona Beach RV parks picks that is pet-friendly!
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Encore Bulow RV Resort
While this is a list of the best RV parks in Daytona beach, this park is technically just north in Flagler Beach. It’s still close to the oceanfront and a great place to stay while visiting Daytona! Encore Bulow RV Resort is situated on Bulow Creek and has more than 200 spacious RV sites, accommodating both small campers and large coaches. This park provides full hookups as well as a picnic table and fire ring for outdoor cooking and relaxation. If you want friends or family to join you at the RV park, they can rent a cabin, cottage or park model. While you’re there, take a dip in the pool, play a game of shuffleboard or get competitive on the pickleball or volleyball courts. The playground is popular with the little ones and older kids will enjoy the game room stocked with board games, video games and other activities. Bonus: it’s also a Thousand Trails park!
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Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort
Another gem in Flagler Beach is Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort. It’s one of the few oceanfront Daytona Beach RV parks! This property stretches across 1500 feet of shoreline and waterfront RV sites are situated along a seawall on the beach. You can bring your pets here as well, and there is a convenience store on site. The oceanfront sites are truly incredible here – but book early because they get reserved quickly! Especially during popular events like the NASCAR races, Bike Week and 4th of July. It’s actually located about halfway between Daytona and St. Augustine, so you can visit both while you’re there!
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Crescent Fish Camp
This option on our favorite Daytona Beach RV parks list is more than just a place to park your RV. It’s also a marina and lodge! Crescent Fish Camp is a bit further inland than some of the other parks, so plan for about an hour-long drive to get to Daytona Beach. Close enough for day trips! If you’re into fishing and boating, this RV resort that’s located in the “Bass Capital of the World” will be well worth the drive. Situated on the shores of Crescent Lake, it’s considered a premier fishing destination and has everything you need for an incredible fishing trip. They have a boat ramp, fishing pier, marine fuel station and boat slips in addition to kayak rentals. Don’t have your own fishing gear? No problem – they offer professional fishing guides and charters.
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Sugar Mill Ruins RV Park
South of Daytona and Port Orange, you’ll find New Smyrna Beach. That’s where our next contender on the list is located: Sugar Mill Ruins RV Park. This family-owned RV park is tucked away in a wooded area that used to be the site of an old sugar mill. It’s a tranquil setting surrounded by scenic waterways and lush greenery, which means you get to enjoy Florida’s fauna AND its beaches when you stay here. They have 200 different RV sites and each one is different from the others. They have free WiFi, picnic tables and fire pits for campers, as well as a playground and game room with pool tables. The highlight just might be the Florida-shaped pool and the accompanying tiki bar that serves drinks and ice cream.
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Orange City RV Resort
Partway between KA RV Repair and sales in DeBary and the shores of Daytona Beach, you’ll find Orange City RV Resort. It’s also a Sun Outdoors community, which means well-kept, convenient facilities. The amenities include a hot tub, fitness center, planned activities and events, a dog park and a club house. While this is a great locations for those looking for Daytona Beach RV resorts since it’s a short drive to the beach, it can also work for RVers visiting Orlando as well. The best part might just be its proximity to Volusia County’s best RV repair and sales, KA RV!
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Coral Sands RV Resort
If you’re looking for Daytona Beach RV Parks that in the more central locations of Daytona or Ormond Beach, you can’t go wrong with Coral Sands RV Resort. Coral Sands Inn is a classic hotel on the oceanfront that happens to offer RV sites as well. It’s actually the only oceanfront resort on the East Coast with its own RV park! There are only 33 RV sites here, so if you want to stay at this waterfront park, book early. The sites are full hookup and allow you access to all the hotels amenities as well, including the oceanfront pool and the laundry facilities.
Which of these Daytona Beach RV Parks will you choose?
Whether you’re looking to stay on the beach or tucked away from the tourists, one of these Daytona Beach RV parks is perfect for you and your travel style. While you’re in town RVing in Daytona Beach, be sure to visit our Daytona RV repair shop and used RV dealership for all of your RV needs! Our expert service staff can handle any RV issue you have, while you may want to browse our selection of unique used RVs for sale near Daytona for your next rig. Whatever you need, we are here for you!