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About us

Located in historic Bunnell, Florida, just minutes away from everything!
Thunder Gulch campground was constructed in 2001 on a piece of property that fronts on the US1 loop, with exit 289 to the north and exit 284 to the south. See map.
It is close to two cities, quaint and historic Bunnell, just 2 miles away and Palm Coast with its major shopping, restaurants and city services just 3 miles away.
Thunder Gulch contains 70 full service sites and an abundant primitive and tent camping area.
In 2003 The Black Cloud Restaurant and Lounge was constructed. It is not only the center of campground activities but has become an area mecca for good food and nightly entertainment.
It contains nearly 5000 square feet of space and has a hunting and ski lodge feel with its comfortable decor. Believe me when I tell you
"It's a great place!"
Attractions in our area:
Golfing- Twenty golf courses in the area including three signature courses and the LPGA International Course with state of the art practice facilities.

Hunting - Hunting is a local favorite with a long whitetail deer season, spring and fall turkey hunts and year around boar hunting.

Fishing - Deep sea fishing in the blue waters of the Atlantic with charters out of the Ponce Inlet or St. Augustine, or in your boat launched from one of the many modern FREE launch sites along the Intercoastal Waterway. Fresh water fishing on the St Johns River or on nearby lakes.

The pristine Atlantic beaches of Flagler Beach, where you can walk to shops and restaurants, attend church and participate in events at the fair grounds.

The "drive on" beaches of Daytona, minutes away from The Daytona International Speedway featuring The Daytona 500 Experience.

Pax-Trax Moto-cross Raceway - right next door.

The brand new Grand Reserve Golf Course - right across the street!

Disney World and the other world class attractions of Orlando, just a little more than an hour away.

America's first city, the historic, Saint Augustine - directly north on US1, only 20 minutes away.

Princess Place Preserve

The Florida Museum of Agriculture.