We stayed for 4 nights and had a great stay. Our site had a nice water view, was plenty large and close to the other facilities of the campground. Some of the cleanest showers and friendliest staff we have ever encountered. A strong TengoInternet Wi-Fi signal at our site but we used our AT&T cell phone hot spot for Wi-Fi. Land is so expensive in Key West, along with everything else, that a campground couldn't be in the more affluent parts of town. Boyd's prices are less than half of what we have paid at B & B's in Key West in the past. Our last Key West visit last spring, we stayed at Sugarloaf Key but much prefer Boyds Campground. Boyds is located in a working class neighborhood, where many of the KW service workers live as it is the only place they can afford. We were very comfortable with the setting location of Boyd's. KW is a very multicultural town and I suspect this alone makes some visitors a bit uncomfortable. It has become our favorite place to stay in the KW area.
In town, fronts on highway 89 A so some truck noise where we were parked. The back in sites on the east side would be my choice next time. Some of the pull through sites are not parallel with each other. That can make it difficult to not block in another rig. Vehicle parking can be difficult as well. The last night we were there the Class A that parked next to use didn't unhook their tow so most of that vehicle was directly behind our trailer, at an angle. This appears to be the best campground in Kanab, where we would stay again when in the area.
Great to find such a well designed, maintained and operated campground. The sites are long and wide. Ten feet of grass on both sides of our trailer. We arrived after hours and used the night check in procedure which was easy and fast. The location one hour east of Dallas was just what we needed. This campground could be used as a model for someone wanting to build and operate a new campground.