Cedar Key, Florida (map) | (352) 543-6268
Sites: 62 | Latest Rate: $21.00 |
We didn't actually stay in this park. We tried to make a reservation and the guy on the phone was like "yea, come on it". We got there and paid for four nights. Then realized that they didn't have a spot big enough for our travel trailer. We did get our money back but had to wait until the next day to meet with the owner. All of their roads are sand and there were people washing trailers. Also there were a lot of very old permanent trailers that looked unkept and a bit sketchy. - queenie2014
This campground is all dirt, with some concrete patios. It was quiet, friendly staff, and had lots of trees. There was a lot of 'stuff' lying around, such as boat trailers, junk vehicles, for-sale campers, a shed where literally half the wall was rotted up about 2-3 feet. They advertise cable TV, which is basically an antenna tower with cables hooked to it. Wi-fi was very weak and spotty. Used the kitchen for a get-together, although there was no hot water (had to heat it in a pot on the stove to wash dishes. Its worth a few dollars more for a more comfortable campground. - NC-gal
PA rate ($12.50) is good only two nights. This campground is definitely "old" Florida....dirt roads, sandy sites, "permanent" campers, lot of trees. You get the idea. The office store is one of the best stocked stores I've seen in a small campground with lots of RV stuff. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Satellite TV is a little tricky depending on site location. About 5 or so miles from Cedar Key proper. Dollar General about 2 miles away as well as local seafood restaurant. Sites are a little close to each other. - thmakin
Cedar Key RV Resort is an extremely nice park. Wide lanes to maneuver, large sites and wide, level concrete pads & patio. Trees well pruned to accommodate any tall rig.
We've camped in over 40 states and this is the quietest park we have stayed. No road noise, railroad tracks, no planes flying overhead no kids. If cleanliness, attractive surroundings, quietness and good value is what you value then call now for your reservation. - Charlie M.
Very nicely laid out park with cement pads and patio with asphalt drives. Good spacing between sites. Lots activities and nice pool.
Oct.-Apr. high season rate is $48 - too high for area. Rest of year is $38. Passport America is available for 1 night. - RV Having Fun
This park has nice big level sites. It is very well maintained and clean. Easily one of the best we have stayed at. We will stay here again. - TEXASBOY
Cedar Key, Florida (map) | (352) 543-0700
Sites: 3 | Latest Rate: $50.00 |
LowKey is something you won't find anywhere else. 3 rv sites. A small 50's motel with a Tiki Bar overlooking a back water with magnificent sunsets. The sites all face the water with wonderful views. Dramatic high and low tides that provide great viewing of birdlife. The sites are close to one another but that didn't distract from the uniqueness of the place. The Tiki Bar attracted locals and campers from the park next door. Always lively conversation when the place was full. LowKey is a very short drive or bike ride from the main part of town. There were a number of restaurants on the waterfront and a nice pier where the locals go fishing. A unique experience that I'd highly recommend. - smitty12
This is a very well maintained and very unique place, adults only and just 3 RV sites. Staff were helpful and friendly at check in. Just drive onto your sand site straight off the main road, traffic has to be stopped on the main road for you, just one of the quirks of this unique place. Remember to unhook your towed just up the road at an old garage. Fairly quiet, not a lot of privacy, space to park the towed, lovely landscaping, barbecue, plenty of places to sit and take in the wonderful view of the water. Road can be a little noisy during the day, but is quieter at night. Full hookups, 50 amp, no pull-throughs, big rig access is okay, spotless bathrooms, no laundry, very pet friendly, and very laid back. Wi-Fi poor but cell good. Lovely fishing pier and The Hideaway Tiki Bar right on the water, open 4-9 PM but closed on Wednesdays. Lots of local restaurants, but only one small grocery store, stock up in Chiefland before you arrive; they have Walmart, Winn Dixie. We would stay here again. - tobyjug
If we could only pick one RV Park to visit, this would be it. It’s a small place (5 motel rooms, 4 RV spots, and the awesome Tiki Bar), but well worth the trip. The owners have created a great place to unwind and enjoy. Guests and locals gather in the evening at the Tiki and everyone makes new friends. It’s not a “resort” and you won’t find concrete pads and fancy patios, but you’ll leave more relaxed than you could have imagined. - RvTravelerNTechie
This is a county campground about 9 miles or 15 minutes outside of Cedar Key. It was very hard to find information on it and to find the location. The campground is inside the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. There are some great, short hiking trails in the Refuge, just a short distance from the campground. There is an on-site manager that you register with and pay the fee. Cash only. The price is certainly right for a 30 amp and water site. The sites are dirt with a somewhat haphazard arrangement. The 30 amp was strong and allowed us to use our air conditioner. Since it is along the water the no-see-ems and mosquitoes are a real presence. Many of the sites would not be suitable for RV’s or it would be very hard to level. There are about 8 good sites. When we were there we had about 4 other RV’s and 4 or so tent campers. There is a busy boat ramp in the park and boats, including noisy air boats, go out at various hours, but we did not find that a big problem. There was quite a bit of late night music during our visit without a lot of presence from the on-site manager. We were able to get satellite without a problem and that would be true at most sites. Our Verizon phone and data were marginal. There is a dump station but you have to look carefully. You need to remove a chain across a drive near the restrooms and back in to dump. A bit strange but it worked OK. If visiting the Cedar Key area we would likely stay here again. With the cost and location it is hard to beat. - TheJim
This campground is administered by Levy County in the Lower Suwanee National Wildlife Refuge. It is small and well-kept, with friendly office staff. The campground is very close to the water, but not right on the shore. Extremely quiet. Clean restroom and shower building. The Refuge offers hiking trails, fishing, birding, kayaking, and an archaeological site (the shell mound) There are new fishing/birding decks. We had excellent cellphone coverage and MiFi reception here. Close to the town of Cedar Key, but stock up on supplies at Chiefland on your way down. Length of stay here is limited to 7 nights. - Wereapair
Step back in time! We had to do the Cedar Key shuffle to get more than 4 nights. First site was a back-in and there was not much space, but it was quiet. We had to move to a pull through which was right next to the Club House. Many dogs and no privacy at that site. Many repeat customers and they had their own community. Open fire pit fire going all the time plus a fire in the fireplace inside the Club house. Bluegrass music heard around the campground. On-site restaurant and homemade fudge available. No dog park and some dogs off-leash. Restrooms were clean, but no hot water one night and there are only 3. Sunsets were spectacular, but you have to walk through sites to get to the docks. Park designed for smaller RV's. - PatSch
Nice walking distance to town and there is a sidewalk for most of the way. Sites are packed close together. Beautiful sunsets from the several docks around the campground. - J and J and Bella
Very nice, laid back park. Good water pressure, 50 amp electric didn't fluctuate (and it was warm so lots of A/C running in the park and Wi-Fi was strong. Sites were a bit tight, but not really bad. Very friendly and helpful staff. Restaurant right on property for breakfast and lunch. Didn't check out the laundry. Lots of dogs with no special walking area. People were friendly and, for the most part, picked up after their dogs. Close to town with restaurants and shops. Relaxed time. We would come back. - SerenityRVing