Florida isn’t called the Sunshine State for anything. Boasting beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and balmy year-round temperate climes, the state is a popular vacation spot for both locals and tourists. There are many great things to do in the Florida Keys, an oasis of tropical islands stretching off the southern tip of the country into the Gulf of Mexico and are one of the best places in the world for snorkeling, scuba diving, and deep-sea fishing. The Florida Keys offers an array of campgrounds and sites for every taste from gorgeous beachfront campsites to luxury RV resorts with high-end amenities. Scroll to see the full list with photos or jump to the table of contents.


Bayside Bahia State Park

Bayside Bahia State Park

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One of Florida's southernmost state parks, Bahia Honda State Park is set on the island of Bahia Honda in the lower Florida Keys, and is best known for its world-class snorkeling, and scuba-diving, pristine white sandy beaches, and out-of-this-world sunsets. The park has two campsites, namely Buttonwood and Bayside, that offer different camping experiences. Buttonwood Campsite has sites for RV and tents with, electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills, and a bathhouse with restrooms and hot showers, as well as a dump station. Bayside Campsite is much smaller with just eight campsites, all of which are non-electric but have picnic tables, grills, and drinking water. Find out where to go snorkeling in Florida on your getaway.

Monroe County, Florida


Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge (BPKFL)

Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge (BPKFL)

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Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge (BPKFL) is set on ten acres of beautiful landscapes with breath-taking views of both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, and offers a variety of accommodations from guest lodges and motel rooms to rustic campsites. The campsite features spacious private sites for tents, RVs, and trailers with full water and electrical hook-ups, cable television, picnic tables, and fire pits. Waterfront sites offer an ideal spot for boat owners to launch boats next to their sites, and a 2,000-square-foot camp store is fully stocked with camping essentials. A large rooftop swimming pool is available for guests to use. Florida Keys beaches are fun to visit.

33000 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043, Phone: 305-872-2351


Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park

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Biscayne National Park is a spectacular national park that is home to shoreline mangrove forests and uninhabited islands, beautiful coral reefs teeming with marine life, lush sea-grass beds, and aquamarine waters and several shipwrecks.

Accessible only by boat, the pristine reefs in the park offer some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in the world, including the underwater Maritime Heritage Trail, which has six shipwrecks. The park has two campgrounds on islands within the park, namely Elliott Key and Boca Chita Key and they can only be accessed by boat. Boca Chita Key offers a grassy camping area with picnic tables and grills, and vault toilets and Elliott Key offers several sites with access to restrooms with cold showers, drinking water, picnic tables, and grills. More info

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Bluewater Key RV Resort

Bluewater Key RV Resort

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Bluewater Key® RV Resort is a luxury RV resort in the beautiful Florida Keys and is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful beaches and wilderness of the southernmost point in the United States. The park offers comfortable waterfront sites surrounded by tropical plants, shrubbery, and trees, full hook-ups with electricity, water and sewerage, and amenities such as complimentary cable television and wireless Internet, a laundry room, and modern restrooms with hot showers. Some sites have private docks, and direct access to the beach, and guest facilities and activities include golf, fishing, visiting the Shipwreck Museum, or heading to Hemingway’s House or the famous Duval Street for a fun night out. Don’t miss the famous Sunset Celebrations that happen every evening.

2950 Overseas Hwy, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-745-2494

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Boca Chita Key Campground

Boca Chita Key Campground

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Boca Chita Key Campground is a family-friendly campground based on Boca Chita Island in the Biscayne National Park. Recognizable by its iconic and historic lighthouse that was built by Mark Honeywell in the 1930s to guide boats to the beauty and wonders of the park, Boca Chita is the most popular island in the park. Accessible only by boat, the island offers primitive camping with rustic sites for tents and vault toilets, however, there are no restrooms, drinking water, or electricity. All trash needs to be taken off the island, and no animals are allowed on the island. Activities on the island include hiking, fishing, and sunbathing. There are many great things to do in Homestead, FL.

9700 SW 328th Street, Sir Lancelot Jones Way, Homestead, FL 33033, Phone: 305-230-1144


Boyd's Key West Campground

Boyd's Key West Campground

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Established over 50 years ago, Boyd's Key West Campground is a family-owned and operated campground offering spaces for RVs, campers, and big rigs with concrete driveways and pads, 30/50-amp electricity hook-ups, water and sewerage, modern restrooms with hot showers and flushing toilets, and covered picnic areas with barbecue grills. Deluxe amenities include commercial laundry facilities washers and dryers, a swimming pool, a recreation hall and outdoor pavilion, a games room, and a dump station and a camp store selling essentials. Browse cool day trips in South Florida and explore nearby.

6401 Maloney Ave, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-294-1465


Buttonwood

Buttonwood

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Buttonwood Campsite is located within Bahia Honda State Park, which is situated on the island of Bahia Honda in the lower Florida Keys. The park is world-renowned for its world-class snorkeling, and scuba-diving, pristine white sandy beaches, and out-of-this-world sunsets. Buttonwood Campsite has sites for RV and tents with, electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills, and a bathhouse with restrooms and hot showers, as well as a dump station. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities in the park, including picnicking, hiking, swimming, and exploring the coral reefs by snorkeling or scuba-diving. Visit Islamorada beaches on vacation. There are many great things to do in Islamorada.

Monroe County, Florida


Curry Hammock State Park

Curry Hammock State Park

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Curry Hammock State Park is situated along both sides of US 1 on Crawl Key in the Florida Keys and protects large areas of mangrove swamp, seagrass beds, and rock land hammocks. Set on the most significant uninhabited parcel of land between Key Largo and Big Pine Key, Curry Hammock State Park features a 28-site campground along the oceanfront with beautiful Atlantic Ocean views and open year-round. The campsite has both tent and RV pitches with electricity and water connections, picnic tables, and charcoal grills, and a dump station is available nearby. The campground also has restrooms with composting toilets and solar-powered hot showers, and a gravel parking area for cars and RVs. Activities in the park include hiking and mountain biking on the 1.5-mile Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail, boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and powerboating. There are many great things to do in Marathon.

56200 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050, Phone: 305-289-2690


Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park

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Dry Tortugas National Park is located 68 miles west of Key West and protects seven Dry Tortuga Islands, the most isolated of the Florida Keys, and Fort Jefferson. Set in the Gulf of Mexico, the Tortugas National Park has pristine coral reefs, beautiful white sandy beaches, an abundance of sea life, large breeding grounds for tropical birds, and legends of shipwrecks and sunken treasures. The park offers a variety of activities, including camping, picnicking, snorkeling and scuba diving, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, and birdwatching. The Dry Tortugas National Park is only accessible by boat or seaplane and is part of the Everglades & Dry Tortugas Biosphere Reserve. More info

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Fiesta Key RV Resort & Marina

Fiesta Key RV Resort & Marina

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The Florida Keys at Fiesta Key RV Resort & Marina is a spacious 28-acre resort on an exclusive island surrounded by incredible Gulf of Mexico ocean views that features an on-site marina, an on-site restaurant, a beach bar, a luxury spa, and a swimming pool. The resort offers a variety of sites for camping rigs from large RVs to small tents with grassy sites, electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills. The campsite has modern restrooms and hot showers, as well as a dump station, and some sites have spectacular ocean views. Deluxe amenities include commercial laundry facilities washers and dryers, a swimming pool, a recreation hall and outdoor pavilion, a games room, and a dump station and a camp store selling essentials. Popular nearby attractions include the Dolphin Research Center, Long Key State Park, and Bud 'N' Mary's world-famous fishing marina. Explore the best underwater hotels.

70001 Overseas Hwy, Layton, FL 33001, Phone: 305-249-1035


Geiger Key Marina & RV Campground

Geiger Key Marina & RV Campground

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Geiger Key Marina & RV Campground is a secluded oceanside RV resort and campground with private waterfront campsites, full modern facilities, and easy access to an array of entertainment and recreational activities. The year-round park offers a variety of RV sites, ranging from standard and premium to back-in and pull-through sites, all of which feature full electricity, water, and sewerage hook-ups, complimentary wireless Internet access and an array of modern amenities. Park facilities laundry facilities, boat launches, and direct access to the beach. There are many great things to do in Key Largo, including scenic Key Largo beaches.

5 Geiger Rd, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-296-3553


Grassy Key RV Park & Resort

Grassy Key RV Park & Resort

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Located in the heart of the Florida Keys with easy access to Key Largo and Key West, Grassy Key RV Park & Resort offering spaces for RVs, campers, and big rigs and a variety of modern amenities and facilities. Waterfront, Premium, and Standard sites are fully equipped with water, electricity, sewerage, cable television, and complimentary wireless Internet, and most sites offer beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico. Resort amenities include laundry facilities with washers and dryers, a swimming pool, a recreation hall and planned activities, a games room, and a dump station and a camp store selling essentials. Browse our things to do in Florida guide for more ideas.

58671 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050, Phone: 305-289-1606


John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

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Renowned for being the country’s first undersea park, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is located on Key Largo and spans over 70 nautical square miles of Atlantic Ocean waters which are home to a wide diversity of marine life. The park features colorful coral reefs teeming with marine life that can be explored on glass-bottom boat tours, kayaks, and canoes or by snorkeling and scuba-diving. The park offers camping for RVs only with water, electricity, sewerage, cable television, and complimentary wireless Internet. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities in the park, including picnicking, hiking, swimming, and exploring the coral reefs by snorkeling or scuba-diving. Florida beaches offer a cheap way to enjoy the state's natural beauty.

102601 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037


Jolly Roger RV Resort

Jolly Roger RV Resort

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Conveniently located in the heart of the Florida Keys, the Jolly Roger RV Resort is an 11-acre resort with 160 spacious, grassy, and shady full hookup sites with electricity and water connections, picnic tables, and charcoal grills. Deluxe amenities include modern restrooms with hot showers, washing areas, flushing toilets, laundry facilities with washers and dryers, and a dump station, while recreational facilities include a swimming pool, a recreation hall, a dog-park and a camp store selling essentials. Other services include boat launching ramps and direct access to the beach for swimming, sunbathing, fishing, and other water-sports. Read about the best Florida weekend getaways for a relaxing vacation.

59275 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050, Phone: 305-289-0404


Key Largo Kampground & Marina

Key Largo Kampground & Marina

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Key Largo Kampground & Marina is set on 40 acres of tropical landscapes in the heart of Key Largo that offers waterfront sites with beautiful ocean views, a full-service marina and boat launching facilities, a swimming pool, and direct access to white sandy beaches. The campground and RV park offer a variety of full hook-up sites for camping rigs from large RVs to small tents with grassy sites, 30/50/20-amp electricity, water, cable television, sewerage, picnic tables, and grills. The campsite has modern restrooms with sinks, hot showers, flushing toilets, and washing areas, and camp facilities include dump stations, a camp store selling essentials, a variety of activities ranging from bocce, and shuffleboard to horseshoes and volleyball. Browse the best RV Parks on the Florida Gulf Coast.

101551 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037, Phone: 305-451-1431


Kings Kamp RV Park, Marina, Hotel Rooms

Kings Kamp RV Park, Marina, Hotel Rooms

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Kings Kamp RV Park is a family-friendly resort located a few hundred yards from the Cross Keys Waterway that connects Florida Bay to the John Pennekamp State Park. The campground has a beautiful waterfront location with beautiful views, access to the beach, and a private marina and protected docking facilities with immediate access to the ocean. The resort offers a variety of full hook-up sites for camping rigs from large RVs to small tents with grassy sites, 30/50/20-amp electricity, water, cable television, complimentary wireless Internet sewerage, picnic tables, and barbecue grills. A natural beach area is ideal for sunbathing, swimming, kayaking, and paddling. Titusville beaches are scenic and romantic.

103620 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037, Phone: 305-451-0010


Leo's Campground and RV Park

Leo's Campground and RV Park

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Leo’s Campground is a family-owned business located at mile marker 4.5 that has been hosting campers for over 40 years. The resort offers a variety of sites for camping rigs from large RVs to small tents with grassy sites, electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills. The campsite has modern restrooms and hot showers, as well as a dump station, and some sites have beautiful ocean views. Deluxe amenities include laundry facilities with washers and dryers, a dump station, a camp store selling essentials, and a lovely beach area that is perfectly situated for sunbathing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and other water-sports. More places to explore near Key West, Florida

5264 Suncrest Rd, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-296-5260


Sigsbee Campground

Sigsbee Campground

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Based within the Key West Naval Air Station, the Sigsbee Campground is a lovely waterside campground open to active duty personal, retired military, eligible veterans, and DoD civilians. The campground features 93 full hook-up sites with electricity, water, cable television, sewerage, picnic tables, and grills, as well as over 500 dry and camping sites on Sigsbee Park and the seasonally open Trumbo Point. Park amenities include modern restrooms with hot showers and flushing toilets, washing areas, coin-operated laundry machines, and a children’s playground. Explore the best beaches in Miami.

Arthur Sawyer Dr, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-293-4432


Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina

Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina

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Located on the 75-acre island of Ohio Key in the Lower Florida Keys, the Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina is a unique resort with a private adjoining marina that offers an unforgettable camping experience. The resort offers a variety of sites for camping rigs from large RVs to small tents with grassy sites, electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills. The campsite has modern restrooms and hot showers, as well as a dump station, and amenities include laundry facilities with washers and dryers, a swimming pool, a recreation hall and outdoor pavilion, a games room, a camp store selling essentials. Keys Boat Tours offers fishing charters and snorkeling tours, as well as rents out kayaks and stand-up paddle. Best time to visit Key West

38801 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043, Phone: 305-872-2217


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