Third stay here. Twice with bluewaterkey.net, once with bluewaterkey.com. Important that folks realize this is an ownership campground, and several ways to rent here. (Two major agencies: bluewaterkey.com and bluewaterkey.net.) As renters, we noticed that some owners feel that renters are inferior humans, or perhaps less than that! That said, as long as you rent with dot NET (we love this team!) you will be made to feel welcome. This trip we had a canal side lot, with big tiki hut and private dock. The bluewaterkey.net team hosted a party with a country singer early in our stay, and another pot luck on Lot 81. The best lot in the park. Pricey but worth it. Where else can I get a private dock, private tiki hut and secure gate? BTW: the dot NET folks provide clickers for the gate, so I did not have to hop out to enter gate codes. The dot NET group is testing a new private WiFi, and we used both it and the Tengo system. The new one is much faster, but you have to have codes.
Lovely park, but the area is not so great. About 15 minutes from the nice areas of Ft. Lauderdale. Park is better suited to long term stays; ie, if you want to stay several months. However, be aware that it caters to French Canadians, many of whom do not speak English. Some of the staff seem surprised if you speak to them in English. Welcome to America?
Clean, but a bit barren. Just stopped here for overnight. It is easy on/off from turnpike, and not expensive. However, it is NOT near any restaurants, etc., so plan to bring your own dinner or head out. Quite a ways to have some choices. About 8 miles to restaurants and grocery stores. Again, good for a pull off the turnpike spot.
An older park, but the only place to be if you want to be near Ft. Lauderdale airport and the art museum. A bit on the tired side. Probably considered a luxury trailer park in 1980, or whenever it was built. Real tight turns and sites for a big rig, but it was not too full, so not a total problem. Would not like to be in a 45 here in winter! Anyway, seemed a bit high after paying less at Bluewater Key.
Wonderful diving and snorkeling, and a great park for the money. Ours did have 50A, but some were complaining about only 30A electricity. The sites were clean and well taken care of. The water access is the best and that is what we came for. Great State Park.
Sayed here 2nd time in 2 years; WONDERFUL!!! Great in summer. Condo park; many owners don't rent best sites, but there are some fabulous wanterfront sites. Close to Key West but not in the crowded area. Go for Lobster Festival if you like lobster. End of July/early August.