2 Parks near Sugarloaf Key, Florida
Dec 2013 - $110.00
This is an older park, only about 18 miles outside of Key West. It's an older park but the folks are quite friendly. There seem to be a lot of permanents there, and quite a few seasonal renters. I wouldn't recommend a big rig, since many of the turns are quite sharp, and one of the roads is a dead end, with no way of turning around. In other words, if you want to check out the park, go by car, bike or on foot. Just don't drive your rig in and expect an easy way out. There is always something going on at Lazy Lakes or at the adjacent KOA, which apparently has a full bar and is open to LL visitors. It was expensive for us, but everything in the Keys seems to be expensive. It was nice to spend Christmas in the Keys, though. Our rig is 38' long. - Gus the Fireant
Feb 2012 - $80.00
Very nice quiet campground. Sites are gravel roads are paved. Pool is great. The Wi-Fi worked good for us. We enjoyed our evening walks around the Lake. You will need bug protection. Staff and fellow campers were all very friendly. It appears there are a lot of permanent campers here. We would stay here again. - lostagain
Nov 2011 - $50.00
This is not a park for big rigs. Although people were friendly the park is run down and most of the sites had very old trailers on them that looked like they had not moved in 50 years. - teapartier
May 2015 - $100.00
Large parking lot of crushed shells. Forget your GPS as it did not work on either RV or Tow. Good WiFi and Cable. Very small beach area, there picture does not really show it. There are other things like a Tiki bar and small marina. We will pay a little more to get a better place. If you are 40 feet or over you may be sticking out into the street. - kegmaster
May 2015 - $100.00
Great location. Own beach, pub and pool. Mooring and rentals. Sites are back-in but ours was wide, so plenty of room. They allowed us to move when we explained my mother's mobility issues and we were very near the beach/pub/pool. Genuinely one of the best KOAs. - Clmhq
Mar 2015 - $102.00
This KOA is no exception. You are a sardine in a tin can. They pack them in tight to maximize the number of sites that they can rent. The grounds are kept clean and the ever present staff on golf carts are very friendly and helpful.
What is not so nice about this park is that you are essentially parking your RV on a huge parking lot covered with crushed Limestone (Limestone = very dusty!). If it were not for the power pedestals, you would not know where your site begins and ends.
Except, for and along the park perimeter, there are hardly any trees. Therefore, no shade.
We stayed here in a 45ft motorhome on a site with 50A service near to the entrance. This was good because you definitely want to stay far away from the opposite end near the marina and the on-site pub, sites 118 / 117 / 116 etc. as well as the opposite row sites 119 / 120 / 121 etc. Reason being, those sites are pretty much adjacent to the on-site sewage plant and, to put it mildly, the area smells like you know what.
I pity the people who rent one of the KOA Rental "Kabins" consisting of actual Airstream trailers. The trailers look very nice and well kept, but they are immediately across from the sewage plant.
This KOA has an on-site pub with live band entertainment. We spent one Wednesday evening in the pub, having a couple of beers, listening to the music and watching the people.
However, given the location of this KOA being quite a distance from Key West (about a 15-20 minutes drive), I would look for alternatives. One of them is on Stock Island, which is right outside KW about 4-5 miles away. - Olivia Las Vegas