2 Parks near Long Key, Florida
Apr 2016 - $42.00
Passport America use restricts site selection to the back-in section that doesn't have sewer connections. Absent PA, this place is too expensive. The sites in this area are very close together. 4 sites share a utility connection point so it is on the wrong side for two users and requires running long power cables and hose. It does have good cable TV. No WIFI, but AT&T data worked fine. The showers were clean but really need updating, and had no amenities at all: no soap dish, stool, even no clothes hooks.
The original site we were given was unusable because neighbors had encroached. Several sites were open so we moved. Management was certainly helpful, but the place really needs an escort service to insure that incoming campers set up correctly. Given how tight the spaces are, conflicts must be frequent.
The site was too narrow to get our big awning out, but it was so windy that we wouldn't have used it anyway. I had to trim a couple of limbs to clear the slides. Our mirrors hung over the end of the site which was supposed to accommodate 45'.
The park has three large tent camping sections that were very busy, a small marina where boats on trailers were coming and going and a small restaurant and bar. All together a very busy place on the weekend: lots of kids riding bikes, radios, grills going, family groups , etc.
That all said, the setting is spectacular, with panoramic views of the ocean complete with gorgeous sunsets. Our site was one row back from the waterfront sites and we had water views. - bobcovey
Jan 2016 - $100.00
Old run down park that needs lots of TLC. The spots are very close together - they have RVs back up next to each other so bedroom slides are sometimes just a few inches apart. It was very muddy and we witnessed several RV's have a difficult time getting out of their spots. There are two hot tubs but both are small and old. WiFi is offered in two spots and both are poor if there more than a few people using it. Make sure you have surge protectors on your electronics. - Wuzfuz1
Jan 2016 - $60.00
The office team was friendly during check in. We did have a problem with our water hookup, but the maintenance team responded very quickly and soon had the problem resolved. What they could not do anything about was the very low water pressure. The grounds were attractive, even after all the rain they had recently had. The biggest drawback was the sites were so tight. I literally could not open my awnings because they would have touched the RV next to me. I could not even walk around my motorhome without going onto my neighbor's site because the vegetation separating sites was jammed up against the side of my motorhome. It was a place to park. An expensive place to park. I am not sure I will be back, even with the friendly folks on staff. - MFTDoc
Jan 2015 - $38.00
Another fantastic state park in the Florida Keys. The only down side is how hard it is to get reservations, especially if you have a large rig as less than half the sites can support something 35' or longer. All sites are right on the water, as in walk out of your door and 30 feet down a private path into the ocean. The water is very very shallow for a long way out making for fun casual wading. The facilities were clean and well managed. While we generally prefer Bahia Honda State Park to this one, both have their charms. I think the rate is $38, but all in after taxes its is $43. - ShellOnWheels
Sep 2014 - $39.00
One of the nicest parks that we have visited on this recent journey. The restrooms and shower facilities were spotless, well maintained and plentiful. They were ADA compliant and placed very conveniently along the linear campground. The ocean front sites are wide and well screened from each other by sea grape plants almost completely shielding you from neighbors. I heartily recommend this facility to anyone. - jmudd
May 2014 - $43.00
Peerless. Admittedly, this park defines roughing it. 30 amp power, fresh water, clean newer restrooms, great ranger and staff but no Wi-Fi , no TV, no cable, barely a cell phone signal. Think of it as staying on your own slice of desert isle. Back your RV within 10 feet of the beach with just a picnic table separating you from the water. Site comes with fire pit. Ranger sells wood at entry. Sunrise every morning. Walk through secure gate to watch sunset on the other side of the island. If you are looking to bond with the family this beats Disney. Most sites have sea grape bushes that separate them by about 15 feet. Tip: If you have big rig go to Google maps and make sure there is enough space on the far side so you have enough angle to turn. - Tom & Marilyn