14 Parks near Cedar Key, Florida
11951 SW Shiloh Rd Cedar Key, Florida 32625 (map) | (352) 543-6268
Sites: 62 | Latest Rate: $17.00 | 21 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $17.00
We paid the Passport America rate of $16.50 a night for our two night stay. This is not an RV Resort and does not claim to be one, the hookups were good and sites were fairly level. We had no problem getting level, we did put blocks under the rear jacks, front jacks were on gravel. Hard packed gravel roads are bumpy, but no problems at slow speeds. We pulled thru an empty site and into a nice large grass / gravel site with a concrete patio and picnic table. WiFi signal was strong, but the bandwidth was pretty much maxed out during our stay. Usable, but not the best that we have had. Very friendly and helpful check in and we were led to our site. There is no cable here, they do have an antenna feed to the sites that works somewhat like cable. We picked up several networks and a weather station which was important as we fled the FL east coast when Hurricane Matthew was passing by. Very quiet at night. Anglers makes a very nice base for visiting Cedar Key. Overall we had a very nice stay and would not hesitate to return. - Bob and Inga
Oct 2016 - $17.00
Older park with a great owner. Very personable and helpful. We came here because we had to evacuate the east coast of Florida for Hurricane Matthew and chose here since we had visited here once before without our RV and found it interesting. If you're looking for a fancy resort this is not your place, it is mainly for folks who want to fish in the area. Many permanent residents. Excellent WIFI, Over The Air TV stations come in via a cable connection through the campground and it works fairly well since you have to consider the area you are in. We had a site just inside the main gate so we did have some road noise but otherwise this was a quiet stay for 2 nights. Owner has a very well stocked RV supply area in the office. We would return in the future. - Bob & Stephanie
Mar 2016 - $18.00
Very tight turns and no one to help you locate your spot. We refused the site they gave us as it would have been impossible to get into. There were many who were there for long periods and they have accumulated junk. It is a good price but we would not stay there again as it is quite a ways off the highway. - rolling homeless
12050 SR 24 Cedar Key, Florida 32625 (map) | (352) 543-0700
Sites: 3 | Latest Rate: $65.00 | 31 Reviews
Jan 2017 - $65.00
This is a great, quirky little campground (just 3 sites) that was written up in motorhome magazine a couple of years ago. Their Tiki bar is a local attraction and can get quite crowded by about 4:30 or so. There was live music one night while we were there. The sites are close together, but worth it for the view, especially sunsets. There's not much to do in Cedar Key, but we came mostly just for the experience of this campground and we were not disappointed. As you approach the campground on SR 24, there is an electric power station on the right about 1-2 miles from the campground. If you have a toad, unhook there. There's plenty of room, and there's no place to unhook at the campground. You have to back into your site from the highway. If you have a motorhome mounted tow bar and a drop hitch, remove them before you try to back in. Sites 2 and 3 have a deck overlooking the water. - Thor MC
Jan 2017 - $51.00
Agree with other reviews about this unique spot on the coast. We did pull in the center spot and there was sewer and water connections on both sides. For electric and cable we did need to use extensions going under the coach. But we were very glad to have pulled in for best view rather than backing in. We stayed one week and got a 15% discount off the $60 nightly rate. The cable wasn't very good but the Wifi was excellent! No over the air TV stations and our Directv was blocked by trees. Verizon was good. Tiki bar is fun! Only downside is you are very close to the road and the speed limit is 35 but most everyone is going more like 45. It is quiet at night though. Note that this is on the estuary, not directly on the Gulf. - thekites
Nov 2016 - $60.00
This is a very unique campground with only 3 campsites. The owner was very helpful and cordial. Beautiful sunsets and only had to walk a few steps for the beautiful views over the water. We had the middle campsite with our own little deck overlooking the water with chairs and table already set up. There was a hammock but it did not look very stable. Out on the dock there were swinging barrel chairs to relax in. And of course there is the Tiki Bar that is frequented by locals and the campers from neighboring campground. The bartender was fun and efficient. The little town of Cedar Key had plenty of restaurants and bars to choose from. Also check out the Cedar Key Museum. Only con: We were in a 35' motorhome towing a jeep and there's really not a good place to remove the tow vehicle but did manage since there was no other RVs there. Had to stop traffic to back into the site. When we left we had to find a wide place off the side of the road to hook up the jeep. Definitely recommend this little slice of heaven. - Cgd 0317-_
Apr 2014 - $15.00
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
Feb 2013 - $15.00
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
Nov 2016 - $19.00
Old Florida, in the middle of nowhere.
Popular park with snowbirds and full timers. Has a great community vibe during season, with something to do almost every day if you are feeling social.
The onsite restaurant is affordable and was very consistent in food quality and service during our stay.
This park has made use of every inch of space they have so the sites are tight, but staying here is about the location and community more than the sites themselves.
This park was heavily damaged by a hurricane in 2016 so some things have changed from prior years. The docks no longer exist, but the mangroves are much lower so the sunset views are fantastic. They've also completely remodeled the clubhouse and hotel rooms.
Rate reflects monthly stay on non waterfront site. - Robert Lee
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This park is under new ownership and she's making dramatic improvements. My site was very level with compacted gravel, power was very good, WiFi was a bit weak and cable was a little grainy. The restaurant was closed (temporarily) as the owner was vacationing during the off season. We met the owner next door at the great little Tiki Bar and she's putting in a new dock and has plans for rental kayaks. GREAT PLACE and convenient to downtown. - wanderman
Mar 2016 - $38.00
Friendly staff. Café on site. No extra space. First impression was that the place is like packed sardines. But, the campground is minutes(almost walking distance) from downtown. Jimmy Buffet-style bar next door called The TiKi Bar. Everyone was nice and there were group activities like pot lucks and live music around the campground bonfire. Beautiful sunsets. - camper19709
Feb 2017 - $43.00
We stayed for 3 nights 2/16-2/19 2017. We really enjoyed this RV Park. Probably the friendliest people we have run into staying at an RV Park. Staff was very friendly and they offer staff to guide you to your site if needed. The park is well-laid out with concrete pads and ample space with grass between sites. Park is very clean. They have a large clubhouse with a full kitchen. Pool is heated and had Pool aerobics class on Saturday. Also free pancake breakfast. They offer a community firepit as there are not individual firepits on your site. Park is easy to navigate even with big rigs. Most of the campers appeared to be seasonal and return every year. Bath house was very nice and clean. Very dog friendly and provide a small fence dag park but there were plenty of nice green paths near the woods to walk your dog. We would rate this park a 10 except for the cable TV and wi-fi. Small selection of cable TV channels and channels were fuzzy at out site. The wi-fi was slow. Their rates vary by season and we paid approx. $43/night with our Passport America discount. We would definitely stay here again & look forward to going back. - MIke-Sunstar35F
Oct 2016 - $58.00
First time at this park. Easy to find, located off 24, good roads for big rigs. Most sites are back in, concrete/asphalt, long and close to level. Most sites are also spacious with some with shade. There is an outdoor pool and clubhouse. The laundry room is also outside. There is a small dog park and a few dog areas located around park. The park is very clean, no trash or dog droppings. However, there are sand spurs and fire ants. Also, the cost doesn't equal the value. Expensive for minimal amenities. The park is about 12 miles from Cedar Key, and is a must see. It was good for an overnight stay. - KKColorado
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Very nice location. We got a site with a little shade. Small cable lineup, so used the dish. Grounds and pool well kept. Office staff very helpful. Very empty this time of year.
Would have stayed longer but their 1 day Passport restrictions are too short. So we moved on. - Libby
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Wonderful stay at B's Campground! Recently purchased and family owned, they are quickly making many updates to the grounds and Marina. We were well taken care of from the moment we arrived. They even made us a nice fire the first night so we could relax after our travels and long day on the water.
Lots are very close and mostly shady. Site surface is a concrete pad and dirt, featuring a fire ring. Restrooms and showers were clean.
Highly recommend a stay here! - CGCamper
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Quick stop - just to sleep but lovely setting with lots of family activities - very accommodating to novice RV'ers. - Sarah-5cat
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here several times and have always had a nice experience. Pontoon boat rental is available which is a plus. Large open space and nature trails. Plenty of room for kids and dog walking. The owners are very accommodating and even let us use their oven one Thanksgiving. - Cashlin
May 2016 - $65.00
We were given a site that looked 1/2 a site. We were 8' from our neighbor on our awning side and right against the utility post on the other. Somewhat level, gravel and dirt with no picnic table. On a walk around the park, in the back we discovered at least 40 picnic tables stacked up. We asked the office why they were there they told is campers moved them from the spot they were placed and they didn't want to pay an employee to move them back. The office said they would rent us one for $25.
The only place you could use a cell phone was at the pool. They had a hot spot attached to the fence, and to use it you could not be more than 3' away. Also the pool was heavy with chlorine probably because of the 3 babies in diapers in there. Over priced and will never go back. - Walt Deptula
Jan 2017 - $11.00
Nice park. Staff and rangers friendly and helpful. Facilities clean and up to date. Plenty of hiking/biking trails. Great boardwalk along the spring to the river and around spring head. Sand/gravel loop roads could use some smoothing out. Good day visit facilities (playground, pavilions, picnic benches, grills) and a good concession with wi-fi. Canoe/kayak rentals, river tour available. Cell phone spotty. All sights look pretty level. Ours was perfect. - GDoug
Jan 2017 - $20.00
Including tax we were at $23/night. Verizon cell had a sketchy voice signal and no data signal (could not hot spot). Sprint Mifi had zero signal. There is free wifi at the sports/bbq building at the spring. Despite lots of trees, we were able to receive DirecTV from our site (MAG1 loop site 29). I imagine sat signal varies from site to site and even varies depending on where the dish is within the site. Our pull-thru site was rated for max 35' but we had no problem with our 40' motorhome plus tow car. We even saw a 45' coach in another pull-thru site. I suggest calling the park office prior to booking if you want to try to squeeze into a site. They'll tell you if they think you can "really" get in. The park is perfect for lots of outdoor activities. Park staff and camp hosts were wonderful. We enjoyed our time here and would definitely stay here again. - GottaGoNow
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Dirt roads bumpy, had to use the hitch slide (short bed truck with fifth wheel) to back in to site because of a tight site (trees), narrow road and cars in sites across, but was doable on first try with a skilled driving companion's directions. MANY armadillo, so we had to keep a tight leash on the dogs. Deer came right through between sites at all hours and were easily spotted on trails. Sunset pontoon ride was very pleasant and informative and extra special on the super moon night. Sites are not too close to each other and there is varying amounts of vegetation between each. No cell reception at all. - Anja_vom_Landschaft
Feb 2013 - $20.00
Nightly rate is based on the weekly rate. This is a mobile home/RV park, however, unlike most the RVs are in a separate area. All new 20/30/50 amp utilities on sites with sewer/water and cable TV. Nice and quiet park with a lot of mature oaks and palms. Pool and laundry. Verizon phone and MiFi worked well. Crystal River is 8 miles south and Rainbow Springs State Park is 20 miles. We will stay here again if in the area. - ddtuttle
Feb 2012 - $250.00
We stayed here of a total of two months and had a very enjoyable winter at Aurora Acres. Jean and Shirley were very friendly and helpful with whatever we needed. The security there is one of the best I've seen. The campground was clean and the yearly residents there were very quiet even the children were quiet. You never knew they were around. If you are looking for a quiet place to spend your winter,we highly recommend this place. The entire time we were residing there, there were never any loud parties and no one was wondering the park at night. I felt extremely safe there. The only thing they didn't have is a laundromat, which there are a few in Crystal River just down the road. We will be going back, hopefully next year to spend another winter at a wonderful RV park. Thanks again Jean and Shirley for making our winter such an enjoyable one. Hope to see you next year. :) Patty - Patty K
Jun 2011 - $26.00
Stayed there last night and it was a very quiet campground. It seems to be a work in progress, but we sure slept well. In fact we slept in because it was so quiet. - CMcgirr