Explore St. Augustine and Surrounding Activites

Walk along the famous St. George Street, find endless array of shops and galleries, visit our historic sites and tour the attractions. From Spanish restaurants to tea shoppes and cafes, haute cuisine to hoagies, dining is an adventure in St. Augustine. Watch the shrimpers return from the ocean waters with their bounty as sailboats parade before the historic Castillo de San Marcos. And you’re still a short distance from the white sandy beaches of Anastasia Island.

While staying at Ocean Grove R.V. Resort, embrace St. Augustine for the many attractions and activities it has to offer. Start off with some outdoor adventures in the Atlantic, the Matanzas Bay or Intracoastal Waterway. St. Augustine offers boating, canoeing, kayaking, jet skiing, parasailing and so much more. We are right across the street from the beach!

St. Augustine Beach

The white sandy beaches and options to bike ride, take a swim, hike miles through our national, state and local parks of Florida preserves are less then a mile away.The local pier on 16th Street offers great fishing and a store to rent your poles and buy bait on site. There are also plenty of options to sign up for some deep sea fishing.


If you rather hit the green, the World Golf Village, St. Augustine Shores Country Club and St. Johns County Course are all nearby and open to the public. Experience the many adventures St. Augustine has to offer. For more information, you can visit St. Augustine Eco Tour.

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Live Music!

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre features great concerts year round and on Saturdays the community features their farmers market.

Sail away on the Schooner Freedom

This sailboat tour takes you through the Matanzas Bay. To view more information visit their website or see our package deal offered.

Tour the many historic sites that St. Augustine has to offer on the Ripley's Red Train

The tour stops at 20 different locations, gives you the history of St. Augustine, and allows you to get on and off as you please.

Visit the Lightner Museum

A gallery of the collections of Otto C. Lightner, “The Gilded Age,” including Victorian Glass and works by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The museum is located in the restored Alcazar Hotel, created originally by Henry Flagler. Keep the history going by visiting the Oldest House Museum. The house includes 400 years of St. Augustine history.

St. Augustine also has a Winery to offer

The San Sebastian Winery offers tours daily and a roof top lounge. Conveniently located in downtown St. Augustine.

The St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum

The active lightstation preserves and interprets the history of the St. Augustine Lighthouse. The Museum is a great tour for the family and the lighthouse itself has truly become a large attraction in St. Augustine.

Castillo de San Marcos

Favorite amongst families and a treasured historic monument. The National Park Service conducts daily tours and ticket purchases are on site.

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park

This has been a popular attraction for years. Families of many ages enjoy it and continue to return each year they visit St. Augustine