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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $115.00
Exceptional setting just a short drive from Key West. Certainly the most tropical place to be in America. It's an ownership park and getting a spot reserved is a little different than normal. Understandable, but if you want to camp in paradise, better start trying to reserve a year out. Tip for visitors, driving around Key West is slow and frustrating. Don't be in a hurry. Just put yourself on island time and relax. Don't miss Duval Street, the sunset celebrations, the butterfly conservatory. Lots to see and do! We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $96.00
This is a bare basic park and is a long way from downtown Key West. (it has a small pool which was the only place for the kids) with really nice sites that are privately owned. The upside is that some of the sites are really nice. The down side is you cannot tell one site from another until you get here and that the older woman in the office (not the new one) was a pain to deal with. She has no customer relations skills and acted like she was doing us a favor every time we dealt with her. We tried to rent a site for a month ($2,600) next October. One employee worked with us locating a nice site for the month, but the older employee told us to call after February after owners submitted when they were coming. Ok, but she took other reservations from other people. She was very rude and she obviously needs some training or the owners should let her go. Based on this employees attitude (seems well documented on these reviews), we will be not be back. In todays economy, a business needs to earn our business not expect it. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $115.00
My favorite RV park in the Keys. We had waterfront site 52 which was paved and easy to pull into. The park is clean and well maintained. Landscaping on the site made you feel like there wasn't another motorhome just 20 feet away. Lush and tropical but no ladder on the dock so wasn't able to swim off the dock. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Just 30 minutes from Key West.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $95.00
This park is great. Each site has its own tiki hut and those on the water have there own dock. The park was about 75% full with RVs from all over the U.S. most everyone was friendly if spoken to. We stayed a week. No complaints. Can't wait to come again. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.
It's Key West. There's lots to do. Don't take the public transportation unless you have no options. We did. Won't again. The seaplane trip out to the Dry Tortugas was a must do. We had a blast.
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $87.00
Rate reflects weekly rate off season rate. This is an expensive campground and what rubbed me wrong is there was a $6 a day charge for tow dolly. For the amount you're paying they should store the dolly for free, which is common at all other places that make you store you dolly. Actually this is the only place we have ever been charge for the dolly. The staff is very nice and helpful. The sites are very nice. Spring for the water front if you really want to enjoy this place and have nice off shore breezes. If you want it calmer then take a canal side, not very windy at all. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $96.00
If there were an eleven, this is it. Wide long paved sites, beautiful water front and canal front sites. Most sites have good shade due to lots of trees and plants. Very nice pool, convenient to Key West (10 miles) and to other points of interest. Extremely helpful staff. The standard by which all other RV Resorts are judged. Perfect in virtually every way. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $155.00
It's not easy to add anything to what's already been said. Expensive but not for what you get. The sites are large and you have some pretty good privacy. Be sure to eat at Hogfish Gill nearby. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $155.00
This RV resort is everything you have heard and then some. We stayed "bayside" which was right on the water. The canal side, while just as nice, does not have water front sites nearly as close to water as the bay sites. They are however less expensive. My only issue: wow it was windy and it never stopped blowing the whole week we were there. Not only would we stay here again, we will be back! We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $99.00
Nice location and very clean park! Wonderful staff with great ambiance! Would really like to come back again. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $155.00
One of our all time favorite resorts we've stayed in and we are full timers so have visited many! We were able to pull into a site on the water and had our own dock and Tiki Hut. The grounds were well kept and the property was very pet friendly. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $155.00
For this price, it had better be 10/10. Key West was on my bucket list and I was lucky to get a near to last minute reservation. Minimum stay of 5 nights with a reservation made more than 30 days prior to arrival. It's about 10 miles out from KW, but I don't know if there's anything closer. The sites at this resort are privately owned so you can rent when the owner is away. Nice privacy between sites due to landscaping. All waterfront sites, which we had, have docks and Tiki huts. The elaborateness of each depending on how much money the owner has sunk into his/her lot. It was a lovely place that I wouldn't mind returning to, but it's not in my budget. One big distraction is that the power lines are not buried and are unsightly, but you should be looking at the water anyway. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $155.00
Very nice ownership park and very convenient to Key West. We stayed in a waterfront site and it had a great view of the bay. Each site has a nice patio or tiki hut. Interior roads and pads all paved. Wi-Fi very weak at our site and we gave up after a couple of days. Bathrooms are part of the pool complex and could be a long walk. We hope to return. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $160.00
This was our second Christmas season visit to Bluewater Key, and since we didn't have the "OMG! WOW!" factor of a first visit going on, I think we were able to view it more objectively. Make no mistake, in our view this resort is at the top of the RV resort food chain despite any negatives it may have, and there are a few, but none really worth mentioning. For the most part, we found our fellow neighbors and residents to be pleasant and friendly. The RVs in residence ranged from million-dollar plus motorhomes with all the trimmings to a travel trailer. You can see things here that you won't normally see at a "campground", like the one couple who had a daily maid service come to their motorhome. If you are concerned your RV isn't a rock star's tour coach, don't be. Just be aware of the park's minimum requirements and go for it. The staff seemed ever-present, constantly checking on things and readying lots for new arrivals. We were on a canal site this year, and one distinct advantage it has over a bayfront lot is less wind to deal with. Quite a few of tikis on the bayfront lots do not have windscreens, and that can be problematic if you want to sit outside in the winter with the wind blowing. Contrary to our concerns going in, bugs were not much of a problem on the canal. There were two nights that the wind was near dead calm, and we were slightly bothered by no seeums, but that was easily addressed with bug spray. Our lot was very tastefully landscaped with just the right mix of foliage and accent lighting. Frankly, at night with the lights on it was nearly as beautiful as any resort of any type we have ever visited. If you've never been here, you owe it to yourself to experience what RVing can be. The only things missing were a sandy beach and a drink service. Put it on your bucket list and do it. I promise you will not regret it. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $100.00
This is the only place to stay in the Keys. Right on the water. Very clean and nice. There were always people trimming the trees and cleaning the grounds. The pool was also very nice. My only complaint is at these higher end parks people do not seem to be as friendly they tend to keep to themselves. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $100.00
A beautiful RV resort. The nicest one we have stayed in. Everything is landscaped or covered in gravel, no dirt to track inside your RV. Every site had a tiki hut in the rear. Most of the sites are on the water. The sites are close together, but divided by landscape plantings, so privacy is good. The grounds are extremely beautiful, they have thousands of palms here. We camped at Bluewater Key RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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