Tomoka State Park Sunset


Florida scrub surrounded campsites are plentiful and varied. Some offering deluxe privacy and access to river views via small trails.

Bathhouses clean and sufficient to meet capacity.

An inviting place to stay for 3 days or 2 weeks.


Only 6 miles from the Atlantic Ocean allowing easy access to Flagler, Ormond and Daytona Beach. River access to the Tomoka River estuary and basin plus Halifax River.


Excellent opportunities for hiking, biking, boating, fishing, photography and bird watching.

Nature enthusiasts will appreciate exploring Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge just an hour south, also home to Cape Canaveral. Rocket launches are actually visible from certain viewpoints in the campground.

Cape Canaveral Sunrise Rocket Launch

Tomoka is a bird-watcher’s paradise, with over 160 species sighted, especially during the spring and fall migrations. Many overwinter in the region.

Enjoy sunrises and sunsets from the shores and waters of the campground.

The nearby Fairchild Oak -Witness to all that lay below it for over 400 years.

History buffs will appreciate the well documented sugar producing ruins at Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park. Warning: those sensitive to the past injustices may be disturbed.

A rich history starting at Tomoka Point where the Timucuan Native American village known as Nocoroco (Nōcō-rōcō) stood dating back 1,300 years ago. Today its shell midden is still visible. 


We love this campground. Charmed by the down-home comfortable living , friendly campers and boundless nature immersion.

Bike around the campground or enjoy unlimited natural wonders within easy driving distances.

January and February typically low to no bugs and delightful temperatures.


Seeking more In-Sites for your Tomoka SP visit , contact us and we’ll gladly help you with your next adventure. 

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