6 Parks near Key Largo, Florida
Dec 2014 - $62.00
The site's are very tight because of the patio being in the middle of the site. The roads are too narrow to try to back into the sites because of the many permanent residents parking ever where. Loud music played until the wee hours of the morning. The pool however was very large and nice. - Traveling Fool
Jan 2014 - $65.00
Impromptu trip south to get out of the cold landed us here for 5 nights. Upon arrival the staff in a golf cart lead our motorhome through the VERY tight maze to the wrong site thus returning to the beginning to start all over again. Upon backing into the site, traditionally my wife gets behind the wheel and I get out and direct the maneuvering into the site and glad I did. Just in time I discovered huge “cleats” anchored in the ground probably from a former permanent tenant and the likes of which would really have torn up any tire that should run over them. There were 6 in two rows and now we were trying to maneuver to avoid them yet keep room in the very tight spot to open our slides. That alone I would not stay here again. Regarding the tight maze of road talking to a neighbor they showed us the bay door that got ripped out of their rig upon their arriving, maneuvering their rig and they hit the rocks making a sharp near impossible corner. No I would not stay here again ever. - Denny Pike
Apr 2013 - $35.00
The park was very tight with mostly permanent residents. We were parked close to a construction project where they were building a vacation residence. The folks next to us had 3 dogs. They left them out and walked away. Two chihuahuas were nasty and went after a child who walked through the space. There was a German Shephard that was not friendly. After numerous calls to security, they first left a note on their trailer that they were in violation. A subsequent complaint brought animal control. After rounding up the two yappers, the animal control officer found a name and phone number on a dog tag and called them. They came and were told not to leave their dogs alone and not to leave them outside for the night. Animal control left and they let the dogs outside. Security told me they were leaving in the morning. I asked them and was told they would be there another week. We asked for a refund and was given it. We left. No, I would not go back again. - Ted Morgen
Jan 2016 - $43.00
Beautiful state park with lots of outdoor activities. Short walk to kayak launch on Largo Sound with mangrove trails and access to the ocean. Swimming and snorkeling a slightly longer walk away. On the down side, campsites are fairly narrow with minimal screening between sites. It's Florida's most popular state park so expect a LOT of day-use people, especially on weekends. - BigPa
Apr 2015 - $43.00
The camping sites are very close with no views. The park is very busy with boaters, folks going on snorkleing and diving tours. There is a glass bottom boat tour which we took but the ocean was rough the day we went out and we saw very little on the tour. We had spent the previous three nights at Bahia Honda State Park in the lower keys and this park was a bit of a let down after visiting such a jewel park. - budolemiss
Feb 2015 - $43.00
After a month of staying in sterile private campgrounds in Florida, checking into a State Park was a welcome relief. We obtained our reservation via a cancellation and had to move mid-stay to a different site. Yes, the campsites are a bit narrow, mainly because there is vegetation growing between campsites. This allows for separation between sites and privacy, something seriously lacking in the private campgrounds. The entry road was paved and wide, and there was a coded-entry gate to the campground as well as at the park entrance for after hours. The sites are full hookup--electric/water/sewer. We were able to receive DISH reception on Site #9 but not #19. Many satellites around us were positioned in very creative locations. Not sure how many channels would be available via antenna. The main bath was clean and recently remodeled. There were 2 washers and 2 dryers located just outside the bath house. The smaller bath at the end of the road was old and felt tight. With the small size of this campground, it surprised us to see two bathhouses. We rented kayaks at the park and paddled around in the mangroves. Other campers were very friendly, and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. We will definitely return. - RagTopDay
Feb 2014 - $64.00
Pricey in the winter months. The campground is clean and has medium to large lots. Many are shaded. There is a sandy beach where kayaks can be launched easily. The campground is not directly on the ocean. There is a barrier island between it and the ocean. There are many permanent residents who keep their lots up nicely. Bicycle paths are close by and a Publix food store and KMart is within walking distance. About a mile from John Pennekamp Park. Good Wi-Fi connection, and cable TV is part of the deal at no extra charge. Staff is wonderful and accommodating. Gated entrance with security guard. - urlookingood
Sep 2013 - $75.00
The pull throughs were too short for large rigs (40') with trailers, so I had to unhook my trailer. The views were nice, the park clean, and security was always present. We would stay here again. - retiremsgarmy
Feb 2013 - $60.00
We enjoyed our stay here. The pool was nice and the restrooms clean. The reason for the mediocre rating is the park feels like a "trailer park". There are many older trailers here that are only marginally kept up. However, we would stay here again as the rates are fairly reasonable for the Keys in the winter. - Bay Area Early retirees
Dec 2015 - $70.00
We have stayed here twice but will not stay again.
Campground is old and needs a lot of work. Sites are right on top of each other! While I do understand that RV Sites in Florida are "small", the sites here are "smaller".
Majority of "Campers" are either "Seasonal" or "Residents". - Mcpowder
Mar 2014 - $65.00
This is a very friendly campground and the manager, is terrific. The sites are extremely close together, it's basically a trashy looking campground, extremely difficult to access the highway or move in and out of the campground. We very much enjoyed the other campers and the view of the water. It is not a place I will be running back to but if in the area, I would not have a problem staying there again. - Sunshine8363
Apr 2012 - $45.00
This campground was good for a weekend get away, with the ocean view it was nice. However the park itself was a bit to noisy for me. - Chris B.
Jan 2016 - $85.00
Just been informed that the property is sold and it
will no longer be a campground after May 1, 2016.
They would not accept my reservation for a return visit. - macandphyl
Nov 2015 - $73.00
Point of View Key Largo RV Resort is located on Key Largo at Mile Marker 99 Bayside, approximately 30 miles south of Homestead, Florida on US-1. Use caution when approaching the resort as it's very easy to miss the entrance with all of the signs/buildings along the road. The resort is supposed to be gated; however, the gate was not in operation while we were there. Check-in at Point of View was quick and the staff was very nice. One of the staff members escorted us to our site and showed us where all of the hookups were. Point of View has approximately 110 sites and caters to RV's only. Maximum RV length is 60 feet (width is approximately 30 feet), so one has plenty of space at their site, which is either pull through or back-in. I did find the configuration of the park layout in regard to sites a bit confusing. The entire RV park is made up of stones, so there are no concrete sites; however, all of the sites are very level. Connections for sewer, water, and electricity were easy to connect to. Cable TV is offered as well and consisted of about 45-channels. Free Wi-Fi was offered through the park and we had a strong signal at our site. Although there is reduced traffic at night on the roadways, sites 43-48 back up right against the highway, so if one is a light sleeper, select a more interior site. The pool at the resort was clean and very well maintained, and the deck offered an ample amount of lounge chairs for guests to relax in while admiring the stunning view of Buttonwood Sound. The clubhouse/fitness room, as well as one of two bathhouses, were located next to the pool house and were very clean and well maintained. Two resort guest docks for fishing were available for guests, as well as a boat dock (additional fee for boat slip) for those that had boats with them. A laundry facility was also on site, but since we did not utilize it, I cannot comment on it. - The Diesel Gypsies
Nov 2015 - $110.00
Other reviews pretty accurately describe this park, gravel roads and wide, long sites with hedges between. Easy to maneuver our 45 foot bus. We wish we had reserved a waterfront site because our water view came and went depending on the size of the rigs in front of us. Beautiful large pool area that seemed popular. We didn't see any outside boaters using it as someone mentioned. Nice, newer boat docks but the very small beach is in pretty poor shape.
Great staff all around and excellent, continuous upkeep going on.
Another reviewer mentioned a terrible dog walk area with no shade? Something must have changed, because now there are two quite large fenced areas along the front property line that is grass and wood shavings and covered with trees and bushes. It is very nice and has doggie bags and trash receptacles at each end. - Drakelos
Dec 2014 - $90.00
Stayed four nights near the water, gulf side. Small campground, great staff. Boat ramp, pier, large covered picnic/gazebo. Great spot for watching sunsets. Clean campground/beach. Saw a manatee and dolphins. Stayed in the A row between two permanent campers at the end. The one that was there woke us up at 2am banging on something with their friends, didn't leave until 3:30. Had to put the ac on to cover the noise. Several times during the day their music was so loud we had to move down to the gazebo to have a normal conversation. Should of moved after the first incident. Would go back if they weren't there, or maybe stay in the C row away from them. This could be a great place to chill. Met some really nice people there. Nice central location in Key Largo. - Kamper123
Jan 2013 - $64.00
The park is very tight, which includes both the roads and the sites. The park is old and funky with a noticeable lack of street appeal. Once inside the wall, you see that there is regular maintenance going on and there is nothing to fear. The pavilion on the water is nice; as are the residents, many whom are snowbirds. Note, because the spaces are small, you are subjected to your neighbor's habits. We were sited next to chain smokers and couldn't ever open our windows on the left side. Park management is very nice and they do a great job getting you in and out of the tight park. The internet service is surprisingly fantastic! - Maxine and Cinder
Mar 2012 - $55.00
People here were the nicest we met on our trip this year, but getting into the campsite was the worst experience of the trip. The road around the camp ground is very narrow and backing the 5er into the site took almost 20 minutes because it was so tight. We loved the gazebo on the ocean where there were chairs & tables to sit at and enjoy the sunset. We loved Key Largo and the area, but I would never stay here again because it is so hard to get into. - IBMSSMITH3