Among the thick underbrush and mangroves, you’ll feel like the king (or queen) of the jungle at this hammock-forested campground. Offering seclusion and privacy despite the relatively close proximity of its 139 sites, Anastasia’s vegetation also shelters overnighters from the gentle spray of the neighboring Salt Run. Families with young ones should stop by the Bedtime Story Camper Lending Library to check out the picture books!
Offered near the campground.
Natural features you'll find at Anastasia State Park Campground.
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Anastasia State Park is an amazing campground. I'd place it among the best I've been to. The sites are dry and sandy, no Florida swamp yuck and thus not so many mosquitoes (but there are no see-ums at night). All of them have shade and are surrounded by a ring of greenery for your privacy. The also have personal water spigots, that's something you don't see to often. The beach is beautiful and uncrowded. The waves can be a bit rough.
You will be within a few minutes drive of many fine restaurants. There was also a funky cheap taco cart at the park entrance when I stayed there. I recommend going to the mainland to get a hyppo pop (gourmet popsicle that comes in good flavors like peach bourbon), and dining at the Floridian restaurant.