4 Parks near Big Pine Key, Florida
Feb 2016 - $44.00
Recently spent a weekend at Bahia Honda as a getaway with my wife. It was a fabulous environment overlooking the beach. There was quite a bit of sand. It was crowded but very private. Very friendly campers and staff. Bathrooms were not the best maintained. Great beach and snorkeling. They have a beautiful and relaxing nature trail as well. I enjoyed my stay here and would recommend taking there snorkeling tour the guide was very knowledgeable and hilarious. - ExperiencedCamper1
Jan 2016 - $43.00
Fabulous location in the lower keys. Hard to get a reservation and easy to understand why. Native plants provide screening between sites. The entire island is the state park so security is a given. Kayaker's paradise, great beaches, dark skies for star gazers. Relish the days you are able to spend here. - BigPa
Jun 2015 - $42.00
The area is amazing. It's the Keys! We took a trip to Key West and it was a very convenient drive.
Be prepared for BUGS! The "no see ems " are insane and will chew you up!.And, the smell was very "fishy". Some days worse than others. We live in Florida, so bugs and smell are nothing new to us. Just fair warning.
This is the first place we've been in with ZERO TV channels. None! And the cell service was pretty poor too....AT&T and T-Mobile. But if you want a place with beautiful views, great relaxation and good fishing.... This is your place! Enjoy! - doggpurr
Mar 2015 - $63.00
Nice campground about 20 miles from Key West. Very narrow access roads with some trees on the edge and vehicles parked so it is difficult to turn corners and back in. We have a 32' 5th wheel. They will park it for you for a fee. They have a nice pool and laundry, cable works good, Wi-Fi is okay. Showers and restrooms cleaned daily. Key deer visit the camp sites daily. - Charlie M.
Feb 2015 - $40.00
BPKFL is unlike any other campground we have ever stayed. Many of the campers have been coming for 20 years or more and some are second generation campers. Many of the campers are snowbirds who camp for months. I'm normally bothered by this because the sites tend to get junky looking. That isn't the case here. People have their decorations, but they are done in either a tasteful or silly way, so they actually add to the community feel. Although there are many snowbirds there are also children and young folks. Sites are very tight, and many rigs require tractor help to get situated. The sites are somewhat larger in rustic. Generators are not allowed so most campers in rustic use solar panels. Solar panels are adequate for most purposes, but cannot support air conditioning, so it can get pretty hot and muggy even in Feb.
We stay in rustic. In rustic there is a wonderful, welcoming sense of community. Many folks are there to fish. We don't but our neighbors kept us supplied from their daily catch. The activities are wonderful and frequent and just about everyone participates. Pie night is not to be missed-a dollar for real homemade pie and ice cream!
The bathrooms are immaculate. The staff is constantly cleaning. The pool is beautiful. There is a small beach for sunning and relaxing, but it is not really a swimming beach. There is also an observation deck overlooking a national wildlife refuge, often full of birds.
For any sort of extended stay you need to book a year in advance. Campers on site are given the option of renewing for the following year, so people trying to make long term reservations will generally have to go on a wait list until things sort out.
No dogs are allowed because the endangered Key deer wander around the campground.
We have booked 5 weeks for next year. - Carol49
Jun 2013 - $57.00
This is our favorite place ever. Super clean. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Lots of events for all ages. Key Deer are amazing! Even if you don't have a boat there are rentals on the property. Lots of places to bike. Close to everything in the lower Keys. We can't say enough about how much we love it here. - Ritzroamer
Jul 2013 - $32.00
Very nice facilities. One thing we look for are friendly faces and management. And this place certainly had some great people!!! Highly recommended!!! - JuanCarlos
Jan 2013 - $33.00
We stayed here the entire month of January. People are very friendly and helpful. It's convenient to the Winn-Dixie and 2 drug stores. Key West is only 25 miles away. There are so many Key deer around, they are almost a nuisance. We enjoyed petting and feeding them. We had no problem parking our 40' rig on B-6. They have cable and Wi-Fi, and they both work great. The electric and cable is included in the price. We would stay here again. - Dennis Reid
Oct 2009 - $20.00
We weren't sure about this park when we arrived. We ended up in the back which is tight navigation. But once we got set up, we were happy. The pool is small and needs chairs but is clean and refreshing. The Key Deer come around every morning and evening and just hang out. The bus stop to Key West is just 1/2 block away. For the Keys, this is a reasonably priced campground. Sites are small but that's most sites in the Keys. The cable and Wi-Fi worked fine and the people are nice. We would camp here again. - RV Gypsy
Jan 2016 - $150.00
Grounds are overgrown with weeds. Large stones rather than pebbles are on side roads and some campsites, which make it difficult to walk or ride a bicycle. Beach area and waterfront sites have grass that is overgrown with grass 12" high in some places between sites. Cable goes out constantly, most days in fact. Dog waste is not picked up by some owners nor by the park. One female worker drives a golf cart around with large tweezers and picks up a bottle cap or two. Was at the office when one of the workers requested a list of sites that would be vacated so they could check them and clean them up but the lady at the desk told them she didn't keep track of that. Supposedly there is security as there are cameras around, but didn't see enforcement of rules. Sewers back up on a daily basis and roads flood. Rates were raised for 2016, anywhere from 20% to 50% for annuals. Tried to speak to manager several times but she was always "tied up or in meetings." Seems there is a new manager every year. Docks are dangerous, one collapsed while we were here, air conditioning in clubhouse never works so going to an event is not worth it. On a positive note, the people are very friendly and the ones that work the hardest are the volunteers. - Energizer
Nov 2015 - $95.00
We stayed for 5-days in RV. At first we were having trouble getting our RV in to use the sewer, electric etc. (should have had extra hoses, etc.) After we could not get it right to hook up, we called the office and they moved us to another site for the night. After walking the park I found a site that we could set up easier. It seemed to me to be located on the wrong side? Called the office and they said we could have the site. After setting up I could not be more pleased. The staff was wonderful! The site was beautiful ( on the water) and we enjoyed all of our time there. If there is any negative, the only thing was the distance to the laundry room and the showers looked old, so we didn't use them. We had a motorcycle and it was difficult to go to the laundry all the way across the property, but I made it. I would stay there again! - al alvarez
Oct 2015 - $12.00
We stayed here at the Special Encore RV Show special rate of $349. + elec. for the month of Oct. Sites are 30/50A, P/thru, site was long enough for our 36'MH & car. Site are wide enough so you are not on top of your neighbor. Friendly staff, It is on the Gulf with some nice sunsets to view. There is a pool, workout room, cable, WIFI only in office. it is an ok pk for the $349 we pd for the month, but the park is not worth the $991 they normally charge for the month but then that's the going rate for the Keys. Winter rates are way over $1200. a month & like 85-100 a day. Will not come here again unless its on a special rate. - 2GermanAmericans