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957 Highway 98, Eastpoint, FL 32328

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Coastline RV Resort

Coastline RV Resort is located on Highway 98, the main motor artery into Eastpoint and the gateway to the Forgotten Coast. We are uniquely positioned right on the beautiful Apalachicola Bay offering guests an unobstructed view of Dog Island, St. George Island and Sound, featuring spectacular sunrises and sunsets for which Franklin County is known! We are centrally located, providing easy access to surrounding local attractions, but far enough away to provide a laid back atmosphere where you can enjoy your own private oasis!

Here at Coastline RV Resort, we have 30 spacious sites that will accommodate up to 45-foot motor coaches and large fifth-wheel campers. Every site is positioned to allow easy access with a bay view. Every site offers 20/30/50 amp service, free Wi-Fi through- out and cable television (70+ channels) plus a premium spacious brick paver patio with a grill, picnic table and 9ft umbrella. Since all of our sites are full-hookup you can enjoy your Forgotten Coast getaway without fear of plumbing backing up or the hassle of driving to a dump station.

If you don't own an RV, or simply do not feel like bringing it along with you, then we have you covered! Our Seaside Suite offers a nice private fully furnished retreat where you can escape and relax while enjoying all the comforts of home. Our private suite with a bay view will accommodate up to two adults with full access to all Resort amenities that are just steps away.

At Coastline RV Resort, guests will have a luxury experience in a rural setting an Old Florida feel with modern amenities such as a game room, fitness center, fully equipped community kitchen, laundry facility, pool, fishing pier and much more! We have provided our guest with a shower facility that surpasses your traditional camp ground bath house. Our guest will feel comfortable and relaxed while having their own private enclosed changing area along with an enclosed shower. We know the importance of having your own secluded station and we take pride in providing the best for our guest. We are also a pet friendly Resort and enjoy our furry guests!
While staying at Coastline RV Resort, you will find that our surrounding communities have a little bit of something for everybody. Apalachicola (9.3 miles-west), Carrabelle (16.1 miles-east), and St. George Island (8.6 miles-south) all offer historical landmarks, unique shops and art galleries, and restaurant options ranging from gourmet dining to down-home fried seafood. Outside of the towns, there is the Apalachicola National Forest, Tate’s Hell State Forest, the St. George Island State Park, and many other pristine coastal and inland reserves to hike and explore. Our area offers numerous charter fishing guides and Airboat Adventures available for trips up the Apalachicola River, into the Apalachicola Bay, and off-shore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. And of course, there are our world famous, uncrowded beaches just waiting for you to stretch out on a towel and soak up the Florida sunshine. In 2013, St. George Island is ranked #3 as one of the Top 10 Beaches in the U.S!
We welcome your stay at our Five Star RV Resort where we are dedicated to providing you the best in accommodations, services, and good old-fashioned southern hospitality. Coastline RV Resort is your pristine RV destination on Florida’s Forgotten Coast!

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