If you have a travel trailer over 27' in length avoid this park. There is no room to back your trailer into your assigned site. Sites are so tight that you can hear the person in the next site sneeze. Also, the noise level is unbelievable. Motorcycles were coming and going from various sites all night long, dogs were barking and running loose on the campground, other people had access to walk in and out of the campground, and bands played loud music until midnight. Management's attitude regarding any assistance with parking is indifferent and "laissez-faire." We left two days early for fear of being blocked in an unable to maneuver our 29' foot travel trailer out of the camp site. By the way, they call it a camp and lodge site--but it actually is a "converted parking lot." We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 3 / 10 ]
We were here the last week in February of 2002. My family considers this the worst CG we ever stayed at. You are crammed into a tiny parking lot jammed together with other RVs, packed as close as possible. At 5AM we were woken up by these chickens that walk freely around the campground/parking lot. Also there are a few dogs that wander freely that nipped at my son's feet. We were parked in a driveway and several times during the
night I woke up hearing people walking back drunk from the bars. This place had a two redeeming qualities. First this place had clean and private bathrooms although it could only hold 4 people at a time so people kept knocking on the door constantly while you were in it. In my mind the only reason to stay at this place is to be close to downtown, which it truly is. You are within 2 or 3 blocks of Duval St. and Sloppy Joes's bar. After the first night we moved to Boyd's campground at milemarker 5 and had a much better experience. We were disappointed with the beaches in Key West also. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We are not looking for amenities. Jabour's is on the waterfront and can be noisy if you are close to the 'night scene' locations. It is within easy walking distance of downtown Key West (5 mins). It is a location; not a resort. Folks who go there like its location and that's worth the additional $$. It's not a sit around the campfire place but has a charm that we have come to love after 10 years of travel there. We camped here in a camper.