Daytona Beach Campgrounds: Find the One That Meets Your Needs

Updated March 31, 2022
USA, Florida, Daytona Beach

There are many campgrounds at Daytona Beach. Whether you're looking for a place to stay during Bike Week, for a NASCAR race, or you simply want to enjoy spending time in and around the Daytona area, you're sure to find a recreational vehicle (RV) or tent campground that meets your needs. Explore a selection of campgrounds in and around Daytona Beach to find the one that is perfect for you.

Daytona Beach RV Resort

Daytona Beach RV Resort is a Sun Outdoors property that is for RV camping only. The campground has more than 250 campsites and many amenities, including a swimming pool, separate kiddie pool, cabana, game room, TV room, bocce, shuffleboard, and more.

The park also has bathhouse facilities and a laundry area. Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground. Recreational vehicle sites feature full hookups with 30- and 50-amp power. Rates generally vary from $58 to $93 per night, depending on season and site type. Rental cottages are also available.

International RV Park Campground

International RV Park is a great home base in Daytona Beach. Amenities include two swimming pools, a bathhouse, a clubhouse, an on-site laundromat, and a camp store. Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground.

Weekly rentals are available, as are summer-season and winter-season rentals. Full hookup campsites are available, with both 30 and 50 amp power. The nightly rate for full hookup sites ranges from $60 - $90 per night. Dry camping is also available for $25 per night. The campground also offers weekly rentals, summer season rentals, and winter season rentals.

Daytona Speedway RV

Daytona International Speedway on the day of the Daytona 500

If you're looking for an RV camping experience near both Daytona International Speedway and the beach, Daytona Speedway RV is a great option. Each campsite has 30- and 50-amp power service along with water sewer and cable hookups. Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground. There is an on-site camp store, as well as laundry facilities. Some sites have gas grills. With pull-through campsites up to 80-feet long, they can accommodate even the largest campers. Rates average from $42 to $60 per night.

Coral Sands Inn

Coral Sands Inn is a hotel, but they also have a 33-spot RV resort that is directly on the beach. It's actually in Ormond Beach, which is 6 miles outside of Daytona Beach. If you're looking to get up close and personal with the ocean, the short drive from town is well worth it.

All sites have full hookups, with 20-, 30-, and 50-amp power. Wi-Fi is provided. There is a heated pool that faces the ocean and on-site laundry facilities. Their sites vary in size, so you'll need to specify what type and size of RV you'll be traveling in when you make a reservation. Pricing varies, but you should generally expect to pay between $100 and $200 per night. They also have rental cottages and hotel rooms.

Tomoka State Park

If you're willing to drive a few more miles (a total of 10) out from the city of Daytona Beach, you can get back to nature at Tomoka State Park. Part of the Florida State Park system, this is a great place to get back to nature on the Tomoko River, just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Daytona Beach itself.

The park's campground is open to tent and RV campers with units up to 34 feet. Each site has electricity and water hookups. The campground has three bathhouses with hot showers. Tent sites are $24 per night with just a $7 per night upcharge for RV sites. You should also be aware that there is an additional $6.70 per night reservation fee.

Special Event Campgrounds in Daytona

Daytona International Speedway is home to NASCAR races and special events like Bike Week and Biketoberfest. These events draw in a lot of visitors, including people looking to camp out close to the action. There are a few places at or near the racetrack that open up to campers only on such occasions. Examples include:

GEICO Campgrounds

Pre-race daytona international speedway

The GEICO Campgrounds on the grounds of Daytona International Speedway provide the most up-close and personal way to camp out for a race or other special event at the racetrack. There are several GEICO Campgrounds set up in various portions of the infield, as well as one on-site campground that is outside of the track.

Some are dedicated to RVs only, while tents are allowed at others. Campers have access to restrooms and showers, as well as free Wi-Fi. Fees range from $220 (for outside-the-track camping) to $1,000 per night for infield camping.

Daytona Racetrack RV

Under the same ownership as Daytona Speedway RV, the Daytona Racetrack RV campground is across the street from Daytona International Speedway (but is not affiliated with the racetrack). It's open only for certain special events, such as NASCAR races, Bike Week, Biketoberfest, and car shows.

They post opening dates on their website as events are scheduled and typically require multi-day stays when they are open. Sites vary in length, with some as long as 100 feet. Campsites have 30- and 50-amp power and have water hookups, but no sewer. Average rates vary from $70 to $135 per night depending on the event and type of site.

Finishline RV Park

Finishline RV Park is also located across the street from the starting/finishing line of Daytona International Speedway. They are open for five of the biggest annual events each year: Speed Week, The Daytona 500, Bike Week, The Coke Zero 400, and Biketober.

Tents are not allowed. Prices vary greatly based on event and RV size; premium spots rent for over $1,000 per night for some events. A deposit is required to reserve a spot. See the campground's pricing page for event-by-event details. For most events, campsites with electrical hookups require a five-night minimum.

Enjoy Your Daytona Beach Camping Adventure

Daytona Beach is a popular camping destination every month of the year, so be sure to reserve your spot as far in advance of your trip as possible. If you head there without a place to stay, you might find yourself having to leave and go elsewhere; after all, you can't just randomly pitch a tent on the beach. With the exception of parking an RV overnight in the Walmart parking lot or at a nearby truck stop, you aren't likely to find free camping in or around Daytona Beach. You'll need to stay in an actual campground. To research additional camping options, see the Daytona Chamber of Commerce's membership directory and the official Daytona Beach visitor information website.

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