Camping near Key West with a private bathroom

Florida Keys camping comes with tropical beaches, palm trees, and dazzling corals.

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3 top campgrounds near Key West with a private bathroom

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Peck’s Piece Of Paradise

1 site · RV1 acre · Cudjoe Key, FL
Due to the popularity of this RV lot, this property is presently booked November thru March each year. Any other dates are available for booking on a first-come basis. Brand new concrete pad as of March 2023! Canal front 35' Dockage on this property at your back door for your boat! Quick Ocean Access with Open Water Views! This canal front RV lot offers 35' concrete seawall equipped with two cleats, swim ladder and fish cleaning table with lovely water views and quick access to the ocean or gulf! Features concrete pad with water, sewer and electric to include 110, 30 and 50 amp service. Max RV and transportation vehicle cannot exceed 60 feet. Cable and wifi is not provided however, Wi-Fi is available in the post office common area on the property. Two Pets Are Allowed, Must Comply With Venture Out Pet Rules and Regulations. Check out time is 10am. Since we have this site listed on multiple booking platforms, All requests must be approved so not to double book the property. We are very quick to about approving your booking so don’t worry SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED, 7 DAY MINIMUM LOBSTER SEASON, FREE WIFI IN THE REC HALL, WE RECOMMEND YOU BRING YOUR SATELLITE DISH, OVERFLOW PARKING ADDITIONAL FEE 14 DAYS MAX, VO REGISTRATION FEE $125- DUE UPON ARRIVAL CASH OR CREDIT CARD ONLY PAID DIRECTLY TO VENTURE OUT WHEN YOU ARRIVE. ****VEHICLE MAY NOT HANG INTO STREET- GUEST MUST VERIFY PRIOR TO RESERVING**** PLEASE NOTE, TO ALSO INCLUDE THE LENGTH OF YOUR RV AND VEHICLE TO ENSURE THEY WILL BOTH FIT ON THE LOT WITHIN THE SETBACK'S**** PLEASE REVIEW RV RULES AND SETBACK INFORMATION PROVIDED AT www.waterfrontkeys.com
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Ocean Front Premium Lot

1 site · RV2800 acres · Cudjoe Key, FL
This 2800 square foot lot is located in a very special resort with a 57 foot seawall to tie your boat up to, kayak off of, or just sit and enjoy your 180 degree unobstructed view of the ocean. Palm trees and tropical foliage separate the lot from neighbors. In fact, the lot has some shade and some sun on it all day long. From here you can explore the third largest coral reef in the world diving, snorkeling, fishing, and going to the the sandbar. You can also enjoy the pool, hot tub, tiki beach, and marina. Some of our favorite things to do are swimming with the dolphins, and para sailing 300 feet up so you can see the whole reef and wild life from above. This very special ocean front lot is available from May 1st-October 31st every year. Please be aware that there is a one time resort fee of $125 which covers all six people in your group. The resort limits six people per campsite. Each site can have one RV (solid sides only), 1 auto, 1 motorcycle, and one golf cart. There is room for boats on the 57 foot sea wall. You will pay $10 to park a trailer or extra vehicle in overflow parking. My wife and I live on the road in a 40 foot diesel pusher and we have never seen a nicer site than this one. Come for an amazing time in paradise.
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Breezy Pines RV Resort

2 sites · RVs10 acres · Big Pine Key, FL
Located in the Florida Keys with cottages and RV spots. Rent the whole place or one spot, room for events and parking of different vehicles, country setting minutes of shopping, restaurants and many fishing parks, airport, and fishing guides close by. 20 miles from Marathon and Key West, walk to everything, one site only available until the end of November and the other one until the end of December, no availability after that.
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Camping near Key West with a private bathroom guide

Overview

Whether you’re sipping Sangria as you watch the sunset over the Gulf of Mexico, snorkeling and scuba diving along kaleidoscopic coral reefs, or relaxing on white-sand beaches beneath the Florida sun―Key West ranks high when it comes to vacation destinations. The westernmost city of the Florida Keys is a great choice for campers, too. Check into an RV park or resort, book a beachside cabin, or rent a houseboat and fall asleep to the sound of lapping waves. Along the keys, there’s also beachside tent camping at Bahia Honda State Park and hike-in sites at Long Key State Park.

Where to go

Dry Tortugas

History buffs and beach lovers will be in their element at Dry Tortugas National Park, a collection of seven coral-ringed islands marooned off the coast of Key West. Hop on a ferry or seaplane to reach the islands, where you can snorkel and scuba dive to your heart’s content, explore the 19th-century Fort Jefferson, and lounge on immaculate beaches. You can even pitch a tent right on the beach and spend the night. 

Islamorada

Palm-lined shores, vibrant coral reefs, and world-class fishing draw vacationers to the village of Islamorada, made up of six islands: Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, Lower Matecumbe Key, Indian Key, and Lignumvitae Key. Take a hike through the rainforest at Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park, explore the Indian Key Historic State Park, or charter a backcountry fishing cruise and try hooking a sailfish, snook, or bonefish.

Key Largo

The drive along the Overseas Highway, which runs all the way from Key West to Key Largo at the mouth of the Florida Keys, is worth a road trip for the views alone. Dive in to snorkel or scuba dive at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, take a cruise along the Port Largo Canal (the same route seen in the 1951 classic movie “The African Queen”), and marvel at migrating birds at the Wild Bird Sanctuary. 

When to go

With its balmy temperatures and warm waters, winter (December through February) is peak season in the Florida Keys. Crowds—and prices—peak over the holidays and during popular events such as Key West Pride (June) and Fantasy Fest (October), so be sure to book well in advance. Hurricane season runs from June through November, so prepare for showers if camping in summer. For the perfect compromise, we recommend a spring (March through May) visit.

Know before you go

  • Key West has plenty of supermarkets, restaurants, and gas stations, and you’ll find several shops selling camping and outdoor supplies.  
  • There are day-use fees for all Florida State Parks, and campsite booking fees also apply. 
  • Stingrays are common in the Florida Keys from May through October, so take care when swimming and always follow warning flags and local advice. Bug spray is equally a must for coastal camping.

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