A little over 32 years ago Stagecoach RV Park was a simple family farm. In the 80's that farmer, who loved his city and community, had a dream to share his town with travelers near and far. Three generations later, we still uphold his mission. As a result, we take pride in the appearance and reception of our campground. We hope that you see that when you visit us and enjoy this city as much as our family does.
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Why the name Stagecoach?
Our Stagecoach name originates from our area’s history. Picolata Road, now called County Road 208, was the stagecoach trail used when traveling into St. Augustine. For many years there was a stagecoach service that connected the St. Johns River and the town of Picolata to the nation's oldest city.
We cherish our city’s history, and wanted to incorporate that in our name.