We stayed there for one night and we had a good time. It is a self-service campground - there are envelopes, which you have to fill out and place your money in. We liked the idea of self-service as we had no definitive plans and preferred not to make any reservations. Campground is set around the lake, which had at least two alligators in. They were pretty curious but never came out of water. The sites are very clean, spacey and very well organized. We stayed there on Thursday and we were almost the only people there which was nice. Campsites are not very well isolated, since there aren't that many plants. The table and the grill are placed on a concrete patio. Grill has a flexible grid which was easy to adjust. No water, but electric hook ups. Dumping station is an extra $6, also a self-service. The campground is surrounded by the cypress forest and is filled with birds, which we really loved about it. Although it is a bit too close to the highway and you can hear traffic passing by, the birds singing in the morning made our stay enjoyable. Very clean, very organized, really liked the campground. Bathroom are a little bit too far from some of the sites, but we camped in a motor-home so it wasn't a big deal. Will come back!
We stayed at Curry Hammock for 2 nights in May. We had no reservation for the first night so we were lucky to get a spot. There were only 2 spots available on the day of stay and they go fast. We made reservation for the 2nd night through Reserveamerica.com. Reservations can only be done 1 day in advance. The price for the RV site was $36 plus tax, which came up to $43 per night. The campground is on the beach, but there is only one access to the beach. Although the beach was nice, there was lots of seaweed and water was very shallow and grassy. It's a great beach for sun bathing, but not for swimming. Some picnic tables on the side under the shade of trees. There is one large building with showers and bathrooms, which were all clean and spacey. Kayaking tours with rangers are offered. Unfortunately we did not have a chance to go. Campsites are clean and nice, a little bit too close to each other, but not too bad. They are filled with whitish gravels, there is a table, grill and electric and water hook ups. Dump station is on the way out and is easily accessible for free. Campground is very well maintained, people were very friendly and quite. There are small tables with the names and short facts about local plants, which I thought was very nice and interesting. Overall had a great time! We will come back!
Four of us stayed in long Key State park RV campground for one night total. RV sites are all ocean view and have beach access. Reservations can only be made 1 day in advance on Reserveamerica.com, which was a bit of inconvenience, since we had no definitive plans during our trip and did not want to make plans ahead. When you travel in RV you most probably would like to be more flexible with the schedule. Same day reservations would be a huge plus. One night was $36 plus tax, so it totaled in $43. There is a gate with the security code to enter both the park and the campground. Bathrooms were convenient, spacey, clean. There were 2-3 showers with hot water and good water pressure, which was a big plus. RV sites are a little bit too close to each other.Water and electric hook ups on each site. Overall it was a nice campground. Beach had lots of seaweed on the shore and was quite shallow, but the view was amazing!We were there in the middle of May and there were some mosquitoes, but not that many. Fire pit had a grill, but the grid itself was set up very high, so we had some troubles with the dinner. Overall would recommend staying there.