This is one of Broward County's parks with RV campground spaces. It is very nice park, but I found the roads to be just wide enough for my 39' motorhome. On weekends the disc golf is extremely popular and parked cars make it even harder to maneuver. The park is clean and I found the staff very friendly, but I would not consider it big rig friendly.
I was pleasantly surprised at this campground. The new section is very nice with concrete pads, picnic tables. This area is new and the landscaping hasn't fully been established, so it was a little muddy when it rained. There is a lot to do in the area, so we intend to come back. The campground's facilities are very nice with pool, hot tub, children's wading pool, exercise room, store, etc.
The RV park is very nice. There is a restaurant on site that serves lunch and dinner and is very reasonable. We have stayed here twice in the past 6 months are are returning again in March. They are a Passport America park, which is why the rate was $15, one half normal rate.
Nice park, however our site was very near I-75. Fortunately it was cold and our windows were kept closed. The park is very clean and the management is friendly. Our pad was paved, but just wide enough to fit our coach onto. It was a pull through site, about 70' long. Wi-fi was fast and easy to log onto. Lots of cable channels for TV. We stayed one night on our way back from Florida. We would definitely stay here again, but would request a site away from the interstate.
This place is wonderful. It is a true resort for Class "A" only motorhomes. This place is a true "10". Pads very large and sites are fully landscaped. Clubhouse has everything with a beautiful pool, spa, workout room, showers, laundry, etc. There is continental breakfast every morning in the clubhouse. We only stayed one night, but will return for longer stay next Winter. Pricey, but worth it.
We spent just one night on our way to South Florida. The campground is very large and has a lot of pull throughs. We arrived after sunset and had no problem getting onto our site in the dark. We stayed on a "Deluxe" site with a concrete pad. There are a lot of amenities, including golf, that we did not have time to enjoy. Next time we would like to stay longer.
This place is a jewel. While a small park - just 11 sites, half of them are right on the water with a lovely view of a harbor and Atlantic beyond. We stayed 6 nights in a motor home. All sites were full with motor homes with one site with an Airstreram trailer. Most occupants had been there for several months and had been coming for years. There are no facilities, such as bathrooms, swimming pools, clubhouse, etc. However, the pads are concrete and very large. Our pad was approximately 30 feet wide and 50 feet long. Park is nicely landscaped. It is 1/2 block from Boyd's Campground, but is much more open and less crowded. The park is at Mile Marker 5, which places it very close to Key West itself - 10 minutes and you are on Duval Street. My wife and I really liked this place and would definitely stay there again if we ever make the long trek down to Key West. We paid $110 per night and it was worth it.
Nice place, but be careful getting to it. We used our GPS, but should have followed the campground's directions. The is a sign at a crossroads outside the campground, but it is very misleading on where to turn. We missed the correct turn and had to drive for miles before we could turn around. However, once we were there, the stay was nice. The park was clean and spacious with large and level pads. The interior roads were narrow in some parts, but we were able to get around them. The campground has a lot of amenities as indicated on their web site, but we were only there one night and didn't get to enjoy them.
Great spot. My brother told me about this campground and recommended it. We spent just one night but wish we had stayed longer. Our site was overlooking the Mississippi River. It was very quiet and easy to get into and out of. We will definitely stay there again.