Cold Cow Ice Cream

Hi, Simply St. Augustine friends! This post is part of my 31 Days of Summer in St. Augustine series. I’ve done all the research so you can kick back & have fun this summer! Read through all the ideas here.

I don’t love many ice creams.  There was Jeni’s Ice Cream in Ohio… but 14 hours is too far to drive for an ice cream cone, no matter how good it is.  I had resolved to watch my hubby & kids enjoy ice cream & frozen yogurt wherever we went but live a life of ice cream celibacy… until we were introduced to Cold Cow Ice Cream St Augustine.

Cold Cow’s spicy Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream is my favorite!

My friend Mia was shocked I’d never heard of Cold Cow.  “What kind of St. Augustine blogger are you?” she probably wanted to shout.  Instead, she politely suggested I head over there first available moment and stop depriving your children of their best childhood memory (or something like that).

So we tried it.  And then we went back again & again.  This place is amazing!  Cold Cow serves up a heaping cone of freshly made ice cream- check out Andrew’s KIDS CONE for $3!!  Yes, $3!

Our sensible 2 y.o. requested tried-and-true “banilla” but then had a hard time deciding whether to enjoy her ice cream or go bounce on the bounce house!

What? I didn’t mention the bounce house? Well, they also rent bouncey houses and many weekends have one set up at both Cold Cow & Cold Calf locations for the kids to have some extra fun {free}. Your kids can get sugared up and then go bounce off their extra energy!!

Or, if the ice cream line is long as often happens, they can bounce while they wait.

Cold Cow has a location on Anastasia Island, a mini-truck in the Ripley’s parking lot & one in S St. Augustine near St. Augustine Shores.

Now I love ice cream.  Not any old ice cream- but just about any flavor from Cold Calf.  One warning: once you’ve taken the kids, they’ll never go by a bounce house without asking for Cold Cow Ice Cream!!

Cold Cow Ice Cream
Shoppes at Moultrie Creek – 4010 US 1 South
Tue-Fri & Sun 3pm-10pm & Sat 1pm-10pm
(904) 797-0626

Cold Calf Ice Cream Truck
802 Anastasia Blvd.


  1. Teresa says

    I will be there in 3 weeks and I’ve been making a list from your site of places to see and things to do this year. Thanks for your info. This place looks worth a try.

    • Eileen says

      I did the same thing Teresa and she was right on with her reviews!!! Enjoy!

    • says

      You’ll love it!! Go to Cold Calf on the island (next to Lee & Cates). And I have LOTS of fun summer posts coming up starting NOW… perfect timing! Come on down, girl!

  2. Mia says

    Awwww. Thanks sweetie! So glad that you love Cold Cow as much as I do. 🙂 Even had dinner there the other day. Yep! Ice cream for dinner! Don’t tell the kids. LOL xx

  3. says

    Nope… Garbage Can Hot Fudge Sundae! Ya gotta splurge every now and again. 😀

  4. says

    They have the best Spumoni Icecream this side of New Jersey! Get it quick they run out fast, but supplies keep coming! Yum Yum!!!

  5. Towhid, Ice Cream Maker says

    Vow! It is Fantastic photography,so awesome.Cold cow Ice cream flavour is very testy.

  6. says

    We love Cold Cow! For the price you cannot beat it. My favorite is the Chocolate with Peanut butter swirls…mmmm..
    Only downside is they’re closed on Mondays, a day when I could really use a sweet creamy, totally bad for me treat.

  7. Scott says

    My wife’s sister and husband live 2 blocks from the cold calf truck. Talk about great luck. You can eat at the Gypsy Cab Company and then walk over to cold calf for wonderful ice cream.

    • shelly says

      Omg your so right gypsy can the cold calf. We used to live right behind coldcalf and we did the same thing it was awesome. Now we live next to cold cow.

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