For the golfers, located one exit north is the World Golf Village. With two world class courses, World Golf Hall of Fame and Imax theater.

In Historic St. Augustine there are a wide range of amazing local restaurants to dine at. Whether you're looking for a quick bite for lunch or a nice sit down dinner there are plenty of options for everyone.

Minutes from the World Golf Hall of Fame

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Lots of great restaurant's downtown

Stagecoach RV Park

While planning your next trip, check out the St. Augustine Amphitheatre's website. Coming up this summer are Alan Jackson, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, and Boston just to name a few.

Starting September 15th we have new rules taking effect. Please check the rates page for more info.

Saint Augustine has much to offer our visitors, and we are very excited to be sharing our city with you!
We just celebrated our 450th Anniversary, but there are still plenty of events up and coming.

On November 1st "The Great Chowder Debate" takes place at the Conch House, where local restaurants compete for multiple categories of chowder greatness. Also, don't forget St. Augustines Nights of Lights turns on November 21st, 2015, and continues through January 31st, 2016. Selected by National Geographic in 2011 & 2012 as one of the ten best holiday lighting displays in the world, St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights feature millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation’s oldest city.

Of course, our year-round historical attractions are not to be missed. Canon firings at the Castillo, tours of the Fountain of Youth, and a beautiful boat ride to the remote Fort Matanzas are just a few sights you don't want to miss. While you're at Fort Matanzas check out Washington State Park. Washington State Park also has their annual "Holiday in the Gardens" on December 13th this year from 10am-4pm. 

The fall and winter seasons fill up quickly, give us a call or book online today!