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Campgrounds in Florida Keys, FL
1.Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA Holiday
251 State Road 9394.27 mi Summerland Key, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle ParksCamping Equipment
Set between the crystal clear Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA is a true beachfront resort. You'll find amenities and activities designed to please everyone in the family, including fully outfitted rental trailers, a full-service marina with fuel dock and boat / kayak / canoe rentals, saltwater fishing and the campground's own man-made beach. Dine under swaying palm trees and sip frozen margaritas on the waterfront veranda of the campground's pub. Even your family pets will have fun at the pet playground specifically designed for them. Exciting Key West lies just 14 miles south. Hop on the campground's shuttle to this funky and historic end of the road, dubbed "the Conch Republic." Walk the narrow streets showcasing Conch architecture-breezy wood houses with lush tropical gardens-once home to pirates, treasure hunters, sailors, novelists like Hemingway and songwriters like Buffett. End the day with a sunset at Mallory Pier.
2.Lazy Lakes Campground
311 Johnson Rd3.85 mi Summerland Key, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
3.Geiger Key Marina
5 Geiger Rd7.15 mi Key West, FL$$ Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
I was a little unsure at first I saw the review after I had reserved our spot. After staying there I felt I should come back to write my review. We had a wonderful time our site was right on the water and also included our own tiki hut with table. Everyone was very friendly and the locals made you feel welcome. We were a little hesitant about leaving our stuff out but all the locals reassured us that they never have an issue. After doing so we felt very safe that nothing would be taken or messed with it. Geigers was different from other rv places that have a ton of small rv sites and a million people are packed in this place wasn't like that the sites were huge and spacious. Our 11year old son had a blast fishing from the sea wall day and night and it is a beautiful place to kayak and fish. Couldn't have asked for better and will deff. go back.
4.Sugarloaf Key KOA
20 Sugarloaf Dr1.91 mi Summerland Key, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
Very clean, lots of neat stuff close by, nice pool and hot tub, clean bath houses and an all around great place to stay. I plan on returning next year.
5.Leo's Campground And RV Park
5236 Suncrest Rd12.02 mi Key West, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
helpful staff eager to assist you with any needs take pride in keeping the restrooms in prestine condition. Located a few feet from US1 and a block from a Chevron gas station you will surely find plenty to do. Want to relax? Leo's provides a fully stocked game room filled with games such as checkers and battle ship. what fun! Can't find your way around town? No worries the diverse homeless population that fill the streets literally beg at the opportunity to assist you. Leos provides all campers with a spacious 6ftx6ft camp site with state of the art bbq grill and picnic table. Every morning we awoke to the sweet melody of a squaking rooster that filled the air for hours. Thirsty and dehydrated from a wild night in key west? Drink from the bathroom faucet or the polluted river located near camp because water was no where to be found in the vending machines. On a final note not once did we hear our neighbors pass gas! Looking forward to our next visit to Leos Campground!
6.El Mar RV Resort
6700 Maloney Ave11.55 mi Key West, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
7.Boyd's Key West Campground Inc
6401 Maloney Avenue11.52 mi Key West, FL Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle ParksResortsLodging
We had the best time here and the Hamiltons are so kind
Seems like we hit a network glitch.